19 March 2010, 16:02
Microsoft has eased the transition to Windows 7 for business users by announcing that XP Mode will now function without the need for specific CPUs.
3 March 2010, 10:46
With more than 90 million copies sold in a little over four months, Windows 7, clearly, was Microsoft's idea.
8 February 2010, 11:49
Still running the RC release of Windows 7? You have seven days to go until Microsoft begins to encourage you to upgrade.
8 February 2010, 11:07
Patch Tuesday to fix multiple flaws in Microsoft's Office and Windows software suites.
22 January 2010, 17:35
Almost a quarter of all Steam users are now running Windows 7, but both XP and Vista remain more popular.
7 December 2009, 13:50
But will it be enough to please the likes the Mozilla, Opera and Google?
2 December 2009, 10:04
Microsoft has confirmed that its November security updates aren't responsible for the reported black screen of death.
1 December 2009, 14:01
Microsoft investigates as potentially millions of users face Windows woes.
13 November 2009, 09:59
But has a long way to go to remove XP from the top of the list.
9 November 2009, 12:20
With Windows Vista fading into memory, Microsoft is making two of its so-called Ultimate Extras freely available to all.
6 November 2009, 09:53
Unit sales up massively; revenue not as impressive.
30 October 2009, 16:56
At last week’s launch event, Microsoft was paying special attention to small businesses.
23 October 2009, 15:44
In its latest, smug ad campaign, Apple has released three new "Get a Mac" videos dissing Microsoft's Windows 7.
23 October 2009, 10:25
Want Windows 7 and don't have an optical drive in your netbook? Microsoft is only willing to help.
22 October 2009, 20:10
For those who can't afford, or don't want, to cough up for a Kindle, Amazon is releasing a new Kindle app for PCs next month.
22 October 2009, 16:36
In the seventh and final part of our Windows 7 review, we examine performance before reaching a conclusion.
22 October 2009, 14:15
In the penultimate part of our Windows 7 review, we take a look at what is, and what isn't, included.
21 October 2009, 20:04
Sky has announced that its new Sky Player Internet TV service will be integrated into Microsoft's new Windows 7 Media Centre.
21 October 2009, 15:30
HomeGroup, Device Stage and a revamped UAC take centre stage in part five of our Windows 7 review.
21 October 2009, 09:49
Is Windows 7 a multimedia powerhouse? We take a look in the fourth part of our Windows 7 review.
20 October 2009, 12:39
In part three of our Windows 7 review, we turn our attention to a new-look user experience.
20 October 2009, 11:53
Guess what popped through the letterbox this morning?
19 October 2009, 17:00
In the second part of our Windows 7 review, we examine the installation process.
19 October 2009, 14:44
Kicking off a week of Windows 7, we start our multi-part review with a look at what Vista's replacement has to offer.
12 October 2009, 12:30
Patch Tuesday to introduce fixes for 34 vulnerabilities in various Microsoft programs - including Windows 7.
29 September 2009, 10:33
If for some reason you've not yet heard about Windows 7, you soon will via a series of cute, colourful ads.
28 September 2009, 10:17
Want to bag a cheap copy of Windows 7? Buying an OEM version could save you over 50 per cent.
17 September 2009, 14:45
Limited-time offer allows university students to grab either Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Professional for £30.
24 August 2009, 15:20
Now that Microsoft has confirmed that a family pack - along with upgrade and full editions of Windows 7 - will be available in the UK, here's what you can ...
19 August 2009, 11:51
British consumers could be in for a treat as Amazon UK suggests that Windows 7 will remain priced from as little as £65.
19 August 2009, 09:10
Windows 7 RC will be pulled from Microsoft's servers on August 20th, but there's still time to bag your free copy.
4 August 2009, 12:35
Missed out on the dirt cheap pre-order promotion? Not to worry, there's still a bargain to be had.
31 July 2009, 15:14
Here's how future versions of Microsoft's IE browser could look on first load. In Europe, that is.