Don't-Miss Windows Stories
It's late in the game, but Microsoft is still playing around with the visual look to elements of Windows 10 as it tweaks the OS prior to the upcoming launch.
Windows 10 preview build 10122 doesn't add many new features and is a lot more stable than previous versions—unless you're trying to use the new Edge browser with an AMD Radeon GPU.
The vulnerability could allow attackers to take over affected routers. And Netgear won't have a fix until the third quarter!
It's recommended that users install Chrome or another browser
It's official: If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 without spending a dime, you'll want to do so in the first year after it launches. Afterwards, it'll cost money.
You've been training all your life, and the time to shine is now with Microsoft's solitaire tournament.
Hudson, who's worked on the games "Mass Effect" and "Star Wars:The Old Republic," will likely be tasked with convincing third-party studios to create HoloLens games.
Microsoft may backtrack on Windows 8's file backup solution, giving users more control over which files they can flag for safekeeping.
The operating system isn't ready yet, but Nvidia's drivers are—good news for gamers looking to upgrade their systems in a few months.
Microsoft's update policy for Windows 10 mobile devices is a break from the fragmentation of the Android world.
Sorry, if you want to upgrade to Windows 10, you'll need an authentic, genuine version of either Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, Microsoft said Friday.
While it's still far from perfect, Microsoft's first official "Windows 10 Mobile" build adds Office and Xbox apps, and previews its latest music and movies apps.
Build 10080 of Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones is a big one, with numerous apps, including Office, added to the phone.