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rcook12
3 days ago

Are there any significant changes to Windows Phone with 8.1, or is it just an incremental update like Android 4.4.3?

lsmall
1 week ago
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Microsoft is reportedly developing a version of Word for the iPad. Does it make sense to bring productivity tools to a content-...

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catamount
3 weeks ago

Microsoft apparently went through the hotmail account of the blogger who posted leaked Windows code to find the source of the leak. Can they just do this?...

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jdixon
4 weeks ago

I was looking at both the PS4 and the XBox One, and it seems like the PS4 is the less expensive option, both initially ($400 vs. $500) and on a continuing...

Tags: Microsoft, PS4, sony, XBox One |
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owen
5 weeks ago

Would it be better for Microsoft to move to a free OS model and offer Windows for free? Of course, the company would have to make money somewhere, but by (1...

Tags: Microsoft, os, windows |
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dthomas
6 weeks ago

It’s not a secret at this point that many people don't particularly like Windows 8. Honestly, I don’t think it is THAT bad, but it certainly is different...

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ernard
11 weeks ago

Other than the name is anything changing? I don’t really see why Microsoft would change an established product’s name at this point.

delia25
11 weeks ago

This is one of this things that is always updated on “Patch Tuesday” but as far as I know I have never used it, nor has it removed anything. How does the...

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tswayne
13 weeks ago

After being hit with ads for Windows 8, Bing, and Surface every time I turn on the TV or go online recently, I started wondering - What...

Tags: Microsoft, os, windows |
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owen
18 weeks ago

How much longer will new copies of Windows 7 be available?

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