Windows 8
A bunch of zombies

Exposing the fallacy of zombie Windows XP

Should partners be concerned that their desktop and laptop fortunes are being menaced by an operating system that just won't die? Short answer: No

Microsoft will end support for XP on 8 April 2014

Windows XP still gaining market share despite lack of support

13-year-old OS showing no signs of waning

Big losses see Amazons shares hit 12-month low

More gloom for tablet shipments as Canalys reports fall in sales

Yet more research highlighting decline in tablet sales

Questions

Windows 10 service model raises enterprise, channel questions

Microsoft is banking on the fact that its next OS will be an improvement over prior iterations, but will the product’s sales model be as well received as the product itself?

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Windows-10-as-a-service? You'd better believe it

Is the channel set to miss out on revenue as a result of Microsoft's decision to deliver Windows 10 as a service?

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Tada! Windows 10 details set to be revealed

Nadella said to be attending January event

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The truth is out there: NetMarketShare clarifys Windows XP figures

Changes in NetMarketShare's Chinese data network real reason for drop in XP usage

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Oldie but goodie: Windows XP still beating Microsoft successors

New data shows Windows 8 and 8.1 still lagging

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They love me, they love me not: mixed feelings from the channel on Windows 10

Channel execs split on their opinion of Windows 10

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Microsoft to take the wraps off Windows 9 on 30 September

Microsoft expected to talk up business benefits of Windows 9

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter - 17 April 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Symantec steals spotlight amid M&A mayhem

As tech and security boardrooms take on a distinctly Wall Street-like vibe, Symantec wrestles with restructuring decisions around Veritas and its own security assets

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Help wanted: MSPs struggling to find good talent

Hiring the right engineers especially difficult, MSPs say