It now looks increasingly likely that Microsoft will have to perform a dramatic u-turn on the Windows 8 interface.
While the world and its dog does seem to be writing Windows 8 off with the same gusto that it did with Vista, it appears to be a fallacy.
It is no secret that Windows 8 is off to a slow start and the latest market share data from Net Applications should raise a few eyebrows in Redmond.
Despite Windows XP and Office 2003 support ending in April 8 2014, more than 15 percent of midsize and large businesses are still, and will continue using the OS Gartner has said.
It is starting to look like Microsoft might have realised that the reason people are not moving to Windows 8 is because of its idiotic interface.
The first quarter of 2013 was the worst for PC sales since 1994, IDC said.
Opinion News that Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows XP in a year from now is bound to cause some dismay for quite a few people.
Microsoft is kindly asking users of Windows XP to upgrade to something a bit less ancient, again. XP has been around for a decade and it is still used on 15 to 20 percent of PCs, depending on who you ask.
This coming Monday will mark just one year until Microsoft ends extended support for Windows XP. Vista was a joke - but Windows 7 is quite good, and companies are being urged to upgrade their OS before exposing themselves to unnecessary risk.
Microsoft officially rolled out the latest version of Internet Explorer (IE 10) for Windows 7 users.
Early adopters of Windows 8 believe it isn't as good as Windows 7, a poll has shown.
Even the most ardent, up-to-date Windows aficionados are having a tough time with the newest version of Windows.
For the first time in what seems like the modern PC era, there will be a new operating system king later this month.
Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.
Fujitsu has debuted two Windows 8 ready machines that should appeal to those looking to snap up a next-gen portable tablet or notebook.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that its flagship Windows 8 operating system will roll out to manufacturers the first week of August and hit store shelves for the masses in late October 2012.
By the end of 2012, there might be 350 million devices running Windows 7.
Windows XP's market share is setting new record lows at a record pace.
If you're hesitant to upgrade your Windows computers because it's such a time-consuming hassle, Microsoft is speaking to you.
Time for your computer to update? Well you better make sure you've saved everything because it's gonna automatically restart soon. Sound familiar?