The head of Windows in Germany is warning people and organizations against their continued use of Windows 7 as it may be insecure. The company is urging everyone to upgrade before support for the operating system ends in three years.
Microsoft has discontinued OEM license sales of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, leaving Windows 10 as the only operating system available on new PCs heading toward the Creators Update, coming in early 2017.
Microsoft said it would only support Windows 7 and Windows 8 on Skylake machines through 2017, but is now backing down. This is good news for Windows 7 diehards, but don't get too excited -- Kaby Lake will not be supported at all.
The popular game "Quantum Break" is landing on Steam next month the same day a special "Timeless Collector's Edition" bundle hits retail. Both versions will have all the updates released thus far, just like the Windows Store…
July 30 was the deadline for the free Windows 10 upgrade, and market share numbers suggest there wasn't much of an installation frenzy during July. Windows 10 still doesn't have half the users that Windows 7 does.
Not everyone wants Windows 10, which is why Windows 7 remains the most popular operating system on the planet. If you're one of those users, make sure you're secure with these five tips for locking down and improving Windows 7.
Windows 10 is behind Windows 7 in overall marketshare, but is winning in among Steam gamers. Cutting-edge users are embracing Microsoft's latest operating system, when free from the constraints of the IT department.