Windows 8.1 may be exactly what Windows 8 should have been, but that doesn’t mean it’s entirely stable.
One year after launching Windows 8, Microsoft has begun rolling out the operating system’s biggest update yet.
The machine gets Dell bragging rights, but there isn’t much content you can view on it.
Refinement. That’s what the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 are all about.
Microsoft’s primary work on Windows 8.1, the next big update to Windows, is finished and has been sent off to Windows PC builders.
Just a month after launching the Windows 8.1 preview for consumers, Microsoft has released the preview of Windows 8.1 Enterprise edition with lots of goodies for businesses.
The final build of Windows 8.1 will be released to PC manufacturers by the end of August, Microsoft said today at its Worldwide Partner Conference.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system for PCs and tablets has hit the important 100,000-application milestone.
Editor’s Pick One of the most pleasant surprises today at Microsoft Build was the news that Windows 8.1 will natively support 3D printing. Here’s why it helps the big M and small companies.
Microsoft is using development tricks to squeeze detailed visuals out of tiny bits of memory.
It took it a while, but Facebook has finally come to Windows 8.
Microsoft’s big Build developers conference started today, and it’s a major moment for the future of Windows.
Amid a slew of refinements in Windows 8.1, Microsoft didn’t forget about the Windows Store — and for good reason.
Windows 8.1 is coming with some big improvements for 3D printer support.
While VentureBeat has covered many of the features included in Windows 8.1 prior to today, we thought it would also be important to tell you all the major updates it includes in one place.
More than just a sexy, slick, information-free 30-second TV spot, this clip gives us a real first look at Windows 8.1.
Microsoft is starting off June with a series of announcements both big and small.
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is adding a bunch of new features as well as fixing some old ones.
Microsoft corporate VP Tami Reller said today that the next major update to Windows will be called Windows 8.1 and that it will be available for free before the end of the year.
Microsoft still faces criticism for its Windows 8 operating system, but despite that, the software giant has sold more than 100 million licenses in its first six months of availability and important updates are on the way.
Microsoft will likely bring back the Start button in the next version of Windows, but it won’t be the Start button users have known for years.