Microsoft finally pulls the plug on Vista
Say goodnight to the awkward Windows middle sibling.
Blizzard will no longer support your old Windows Vista PC
Even a studio devoted to its classic games has to draw a line somewhere.
Firefox will support Windows XP and Vista until September 2017
Mozilla is ready to move on from old operating systems.
Chrome will stop supporting XP, Vista and early OS X in April 2016
Say goodbye to Chrome updates if your computer runs Windows XP, Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.
Microsoft issues security patches for Flash vulnerabilities in Windows 8 and Internet Explorer
As promised, Microsoft is issuing a security patch for a Flash vulnerability on Windows 8 in Inter...
Adobe Photoshop won't support Windows XP in next major release
If you still cling to that Windows XP-powered PC as your graphics workhorse, Adobe reckons it's ti...
Hate Windows 8 already? The Pro OEM edition will let you downgrade as far back as Vista
Relax, Gabe Newell. If you buy a new Windows 8 Pro PC and discover that you really do detest the O...
Google Chrome for Windows gets more secure Flash player, gives users a browsing sandbox safety net
Chrome turned 21 last week, and in that new version, Google's made playing Flash videos in its brow...
Microsoft advises nuking Windows Gadgets after security hole discovery, we mourn our stock widgets
Whether you see Windows Vista and Windows 7 Gadgets as handy tools or a blight upon a pristine des...