Earnings information released by Microsoft yesterday point to there being a huge resurgence of interest in Windows 7, outpacing consumer interesting in Apple's Mac platform. Is this a temporary blip, or is Microsoft back in fighting form?
When Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) announced Q2 2013 earnings today, most eyes were on Windows 8 sales. Wall Street was slightly disappointed with the company’s overall quarterly revenues. But instead of getting caught up in investor chatter, channel partners should focus — really fast — on these five areas. Here’s the list…
A few days ago, Microsoft revealed that it had sold 150 million Windows 7 licenses since the OS first hit the market, making it the fastest selling operating system in history with a 7-copies-per-second sales rate. Going a little further back in time, Steve Jobs suggested at the D8 conference that the PC's days as the most dominant force in computing might be numbered.
According to the latest data from web application performance management firm New Relic, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 currently has the fastest response time of any browser on Windows, leading the company – and Microsoft – to conclude that IE10 is currently the fastest browser on Windows.