Final version of Microsoft's new operating system is good to go!
But is that actually a bad thing?
Will this growing trend start to tempt the enterprise?
Microsoft details seven editions of Windows 10 - including versions for enterprise, mobile and Internet of Things
'We designed Windows 10 to deliver a more personal computing experience across a range of devices' says Microsoft
A spokesperson tells Computing that the Met Police is moving to Windows 8.1 and has requested a 12-month custom support agreement in the meanwhile
Computing sits down with the Microsoft vice president of PC, tablet and phone to go in-depth about Windows 10's promise for the enterprise
Microsoft expected to reveal its successor to the rather unpopular Windows 8 today
Windows 9: Out goes the 'charms bar'; in comes the 'mini start menu'
Windows XP is slowly dying out, according to the web-stat counters - but it's Windows 7 people want, not Windows 8
'It doesn't face the internet' is a flawed argument by KPMG, says Andrew Barratt
Codenamed 'Threshold', Microsoft appears keen to distance the release from Windows 8
Free update for Microsoft's flagship OS downloadable now
Force India CIO Adrian Collinson explains to Computing how the Formula 1 team gets the most bang for its IT buck, both at the circuit and back at the factory
Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm, Opera and MediaTek also involved in Facebook-led initiative
Mozilla explains how its new mobile platform will affect the market, and the enterprise user
It may sound strange, but giving players a virtual penguin could draw them to Linux in droves
US Department of Defense tells Computing agreement means Windows 8 can be installed on any device
Sailfish offers 'usability and speed-of-use to a totally new level, unseen in the mobile industry'. Really?
Android market share reaches 75 per cent in the third quarter of 2012
Clint Oram, CTO and co-founder of SugarCRM explains how open source can adapt to fit established procurement methodologies
Google will benefit from acquiring Sparrow, Mozilla can't succeed with new OS, says analyst
But software giant's share price rises
Software acquired in 2010 for £770m will now be released for free, in another departure from previous CEO Apotheker's strategy
In this week's Crash we discuss the success of Computing's awards, the government's involvement in silicon roundabout, and the latest iteration of the Fedora community OS