As Windows 8 turns 10 years old, former Windows chief Steven Sinofsky talks about the OS's development, his likes and dislikes about it, and how he wants people to remember it in the future.
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Ex-Windows boss Steven Sinofsky has shared a video which shows early concept photos of several Windows 8 features and additions right before the OS had entered its final development phase.
Steven Sinofsky, the man who came up with Windows 8, has offered high praise of Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 tablet, saying it "realizes [the] no compromises vision in a unique and powerful way."
A new report from entertainment industry trade publication Variety names several new candidates for Microsoft's CEO position, though they seem unlikely to be chosen.
Steven Sinofsky, the former leader of Microsoft's Windows division, has now been named as an official advisor to the business-themed cloud data storage company Box.
Microsoft's former Windows head Steven Sinofsky has announced he has joined the Andreessen Horowitz venture capital firm, co-founded by Netscape co-creator Marc Andreessen, as a board partner.
In a new filing with the SEC, Microsoft has revealed its ex-Windows leader Steven Sinofsky cannot work at Amazon, Apple, EMC, Facebook, Google, Oracle, and VMWare until after December 31st, 2013.
In the newest entry on his Learning by Shipping blog, Microsoft's former Windows leader Steven Sinofsky talks about the challenges app makers face when developing for multiple platforms.
Microsoft has entered into an agreement with former Windows leader Steven Sinofsky, which gives him shares in the company that are currently worth a total of $14.2 million.
In a Q&A during the All Things Digital conference, Microsoft's former Windows division head Steven Sinofsky talked about his life after leaving the company in November and his thoughts on Windows 8.
Steven Sinofsky has expanded on some of his topics he has written about in his new Learning by Shipping blog in a new email interview for Neowin, including some more thoughts on CES 2013.
Former Windows leader Steven Sinofsky has posted up his latest entry on his Learning by Shipping blog as he talks about how a product team can work even when some team members don't agree.
In his latest blog post, Microsoft's former Windows leader Steven Sinofsky admits to using an iPhone but says that it is all in the
Steven Sinofsky's latest Learning by Shipping blog post gives his "snark free" thoughts on CES 2013, while also serving as his own example of a standard company "trip report".
Former Windows head man Steven Sinofsky's latest, and lengthy, post in his new blog Learning by Shipping is all about developing a plan for the launch of a technology product.
Steven Sinofsky, who lead the development of Microsoft's Windows division until November 2012, has now launched a new blog called Learning by Shipping.
Steven Sinofsky, who left Microsoft after heading its Windows division in November, has confirmed on his Twitter page he will start teaching classes at Harvard Business School this spring.
Tami Reller, the CFO of Microsoft's Windows division, answered questions at a financial conference this week where she admitted there were not enough Windows 8 touch screen PCs in the market yet.
A new report claims Microsoft's decision to part ways with Windows leader Steven Sinofsky was "a surprise to both Sinofsky and his staff" and that he killed off a plan to launch a Windows 7 tablet.
While Microsoft's Windows 8 head Steven Sinofsky left the company last week, new government regulation filings show he will still be an employee of Microsoft until December 31, 2012
Now former Windows head Steven Sinofsky has denied a rumor posted in a blog that he tried to bring in more Microsoft departments under his control before his departure this week.
A new report claims Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates backed the decision that Windows head man Steven Sinofsky should leave the company, and supported Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in that move.
There are many theories circulating as to why Microsoft's former Windows head, Steven Sinofsky, left the company yesterday. Here's some of the more...'creative' theories regarding his departure.
Steven Sinofsky has left Microsoft under rather abrupt conditions. We examine what this might mean for the future of Windows development and for Microsoft as a whole.
The departure of Steven Sinofsky as head of Microsoft's Windows division means that two other people, Julie Larson-Green and Tami Reller, will be assuming his duties.
Steven Sinofsky, the head of Windows at Microsoft, has left the company effective immediately. Julie Larson-Green and Tami Reller will be taking charge of different aspects of the Windows division
Microsoft's Windows head man Steven Sinofsky took a shot at Apple's recently announced iPad Mini, saying that there will be full Windows 8 laptops that will be cheaper than Apple's new tablet.
A couple of images show Microsoft's head of the Windows division, Steven Sinofsky, using the Windows RT version of the Surface tablet as a skateboard. demonstrating its toughness.
Not only is Wednesday a big day for Windows 8 team leader Steven Sinofsky but a successful launch of Windows 8 could put him in position to take over as Microsoft's next CEO when Steve Ballmer departs
A Twitter page that's run by someone claiming to be Windows 8's lead manager Steven Sinofsky has gotten the attention at Microsoft, which at one point said it had reported the page to Twitter.