Worldwide PC shipments to fall more than 10% in 2013

  According to IDC, lack of interest in PCs means that beyond replacement of existing systems there isn't much else to hold consumers' attention with the platform. The report tries to be a little upbeat, forecasting some growth in 2015, but that comes after projected drops in the next two years that don't support the notion of future growth under any circumstance.

How to make a bazillion dollars in 2014 from Windows XP

Support for Windows XP is officially ending in April, although it is estimated that about a third of the world will still be using the slowly aging operating system.   

Warning klaxons sound for Windows XP

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.

Microsoft out of touch with Touch

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.

You just don't have to upgrade from Windows XP

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 pleads for people to upgrade from XP

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. 

Windows XP will soon fade into the distance

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.

Haven't got Windows 8 yet? Here comes Windows 9

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured another hell on earth yarn which suggests that Microsoft plans to release another version of Windows next year. The word on the street is that the Voles are beavering away on Windows 9 which will hit the streets a year from November next.

Half of Windows 8 users still prefer 7

Even the most ardent, up-to-date Windows aficionados are having a tough time with the newest version of Windows.

Windows 7 poised to finally dethrone XP

For the first time in what seems like the modern PC era, there will be a new operating system king later this month.

Windows XP's days are numbered

It's time to start counting down.

Users are finally getting rid of Windows XP

Windows XP's market share is setting new record lows at a record pace.

Windows 8 upgrades will supposedly be super fast

If you're hesitant to upgrade your Windows computers because it's such a time-consuming hassle, Microsoft is speaking to you.

A somber celebration for Windows XP's 10th birthday

This week marks 10 years since Windows XP was first released, but not everyone is reeling with excitement.

Windows XP market share falls below 50%

Though it is still the world's most popular operating system, Windows XP no longer has a majority of the global OS market share.

Windows XP will finally, really die in 3 years

No seriously this time...

LittleBigPlanet 2 resurrects Windows XP

XP was probably one of the most stable Windows iterations Microsoft ever coded - aside from 2000 (NT), of course.

Internet Explorer 9 beta next month, no XP users allowed

The next generation version of Microsoft's venerable Internet browser will be available for users to try out on September 15, but those people still clinging to Windows XP will be shut out of the latest software.

XP and Android? Yes, please.

Acer has debuted a $380 netbook that arrives pre-loaded with both Android and Windows XP.

Windows 7 already more dominant than Vista

In the world of monopolistic operating systems, it certainly didn't take long for Windows 7 to be on more computer than Microsoft's previous, bungled platform Windows Vista.