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After three years of Linux, Munich reveals draft of crunch report that could decide its open source future
The German city that underwent one of the world's largest switches away from Windows is suffering from a range of issues in how IT is run, according to a pivotal report.
The team behind ReactOS, an open-source reimplementation of Windows, released a new version that brings improved hardware support and better filesystem support, among a variety of other changes.
Microsoft's latest OS is proving more attractive to firms than Windows 8 - particularly among larger businesses.
Redmond announces that computers based on the latest processors from Intel, AMD and Qualcomm will need Windows 10 to ensure they get updates.
If you're accustomed to the Task Manager features in Windows 7 and XP, you're in for a pleasant surprise when you upgrade to Windows 10. Here's a rundown of the enhancements and changes.
Greg Shultz explores the Contextual tabs on the Ribbon toolbar in Windows 10's File Explorer for recent Windows 7 and Windows XP users.
Greg Shultz explores the Ribbon toolbar in Windows 10's File Explorer for recent Windows 7 and Windows XP users.
While you'll need a genuine copy of Windows 7 or 8 to get a free upgrade to a licensed copy of Windows 10 you will be able to keep running the OS without buying it - if you're willing to keep testing ...
If you're looking for a way to discover which ports are standing wide open on network machines, read about a powerful cross-platform solution that will do the trick.
Google recently announced major updates through its Chromebooks for Work program. Will it be enough to entice more enterprises?