Microsoft decided to stop supporting Windows 7 in view of security concerns.
Windows 7 is so old that the iPhone 3GS launched at the same time. It's high time we upgraded.
ATM overhaul: Following RBI diktat, banks must do their bit now to protect customers' data and check fraud
The RBI, in June, 2018, directed banks and white-label ATM operators (WLAOs) to implement anti-skimming and white listing solutions by March 2019.
Microsoft has fixed the Meltdown bug with a patch in its latest emergency security update for Windows 7 and Server 2008
It is quite odd to see a patch being released for a patch that was released in March to fix the original patch that was released in January and February.
'WannaCry' ransomware is the first wave of several upcoming cyber intrusions as digitisation spreads its footprint across the globe.
Microsoft has said that the vulnerabilities exposed by anonymous hacking group Shadow Brokers were addressed by prior patches,
Microsoft has admitted that it is blocking Windows 7 and 8 updates on Intel's seventh generation Core i3, i5, Qualcomm's 8996 and other processors.
US tech giant Microsoft has ended sale for both the Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems and these can no longer be bought with a new PC.
Microsoft will no longer push individual patches, but instead bundle them all together for servicing Windows 7 and Windows 8
An update to Windows 7 might partially brick your ASUS-powered PC. The error is related to the way Secure Boot and UEFI is handled in Windows 7 and only affects certain ASUS motherboards
Microsoft first presented Windows to the public on November 10, 1983. The system required two floppy disk drives and 192KB of RAM.
If the only reason you are thinking to upgrade to Windows 10 is it's free, then you might want to read these additional factors you need to consider.
In an updated security bulletin, Microsoft has announced a patch for a Windows vulnerability in the Microsoft Font Driver that allows remote code execution.
Look up information about Windows 10, and amongst all the hype and speculation three key points will stand out: Windows 10 releases on 29 July; upgrading to it will be free for one year; and this will be the last version of Windows. All of them just happen to raise more questions, so let’s clarify those as best we can.
After facing criticism for disclosing the Windows 8.1 security bug, Google has pointed out yet another security flaw in Microsoft's infamous operating system.
Deploy Windows 8 on new PCs as they arrive, thereby phasing Windows 7 out over time as PCs are replaced - this may make sense for many organisations.
Microsoft today announced that the latest version of the Internet Explorer, IE 11 would be available as a free download for Windows 7 from today.