Rob Miles and Andy Philp discuss the transition from Windows 7 to Microsoft's latest cloud-friendly OS
Windows 10 may be struggling, but at least Windows XP looks to be going the way of Windows Vista
Microsoft claims that it will make it easier for users
350 million users, but how many are enterprises? My guess is none
Microsoft is back on the warpath with 'additional upgrade scenarios' for forced Windows 10 downloads
'AllowOSUpgrade' is switching back on, downloading renamed binaries once again
Says the messages can easily be turned off
Can Microsoft's Surface Book single-handedly revitalise the dwindling PC market? Because it may have to
Ongoing failure to innovate means vendors are failing to resurrect a market ripe for the taking
Microsoft seen as the best platform for the company's moble workforce
But updates to Windows 7 and 8 introduce new data-collection practices for them as Windows 10, warn bloggers
Gold partner says UK output 'way behind other countries', with software a factor
Windows 10 growth slows to a 30 per cent increase in a week, but the OS is still faring better than Windows 8
Lenovo is inserting its own software into clean Windows installs via BIOS - but is Microsoft actually to blame? [UPDATED]
Is this more a Windows-centric problem than Lenovo skulduggery?
After a couple of weeks of use, what's Windows 10 really like on a day-to-day basis?
Windows acquired a terrible reputation for security with Windows 95, 98, ME and XP. But how much more secure for enterprise is Windows 10?
Fourteen million early adopters shrug off privacy and bug fears to install Windows 10
Check the small print and question your use case
No surprises in store, but much relief all round
When's it out? What's inside it? Where will it sit in the market? We round up all the facts, rumours and insight
Another day, another patch against security flaws supposedly exploited by Hacking Team
'Crowd-sourced' nature of OS development spells high hopes, says Microsoft
Microsoft provides more information about upgrading to Windows 10 - but not why they're giving it away
As Microsoft flogs Bing Maps to Uber and Android rumours re-emerge, is the end nigh for Windows Phone?
When a four per cent market share's just not enough
And 83 per cent will be doing it on desktop, too
Keep paying for those enterprise licences, folks