This week marks 10 years since Windows XP was first released, but not everyone is reeling with excitement.
Microsoft Windows 7 remains on track to become the leading operating system (OS) in the PC market - running on approximately 42% of systems by the end of 2011.
Though it is still the world's most popular operating system, Windows XP no longer has a majority of the global OS market share.
Fujitsu has announced a new smartphone that is capable of running Windows 7.
Computer manufacturer Lenovo has just tossed new flames into the tablet fire, including a rare Windows-powered iPad competitor.
No seriously this time...
Android and iOS may be wildly popular mobile operating systems, but Asus believes there are still a number of consumers who just can't tear themselves away from Windows - even on a tablet.
Yep, you better believe it.
Are you jonesing for a dedicated Microsoft tablet OS? Well, you'll just have to make do with Google's Android and Apple's iOS until late 2012.
Microsoft is currently rolling out its first Windows 7 service pack to users via the automated Windows Update and Download Center.
LG has its glasses-free 3D tablet, the G-Slate, Samsung has its great-selling Galaxy Tab, and Motorola will be the first to have an Android 3.0 tablet, so tablet-making companies have to do something special to catch attention. ViewSonic appears to have done that.
Booting Linux on a Chrome notebook? Well, that's to be expected. Running Mac OS X Snow Leopard on the Cr-48? Now that's downright impressive!
You know those ads where some vacant kid declares that Windows 7 was his idea? Well, they have them in the UK, too.
There’s been much speculation about next-gen tablets powered by Microsoft Windows 7.
However, recent rumors point towards a Redmond-branded tablet featuring a specialized UI running on top of a standard Windows 7 kernel.
It looks like the next-generation Windows operating system is less than two years away.
After it seemingly shelved plans for a Windows-based tablet device, HP has now re-confirmed the Slate 500, a more functional device than the iPad aimed at a business consumer crowd.
Netbook specialist Acer is apparently pleased with the idea it was the first to introduce: creating a netbook that lets users run either Windows 7 or Android.
Much of the last decade was defined by Microsoft missteps and outright mistakes.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a rig that combined x86 and ARM architecture onto a single, seamless platform? Well, you can stop fantasizing, because switching between an ARM-based OS and Windows 7 is now as simple as pressing alt+tab.
A sleek Windows 7 prototype phone apparently manufactured by Asus has been spotted in Pakistan.