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The Sandworm vulnerability gets a fix with this month's round of corrective fixes for Microsoft software. Internet Explorer gets a fix, too.
Unannounced feature will give users a single view for all app notifications.
Give smartwatches another 10 years, and maybe they'll run Crysis.
Not all the changes in Windows 10 are overt. New keyboard shortcuts inbound!
Once Microsoft flips the switch to turn off XP support, your already vulnerable systems and data will become even riskier and costlier to maintain. Upgrading Windows is the key to preventing serious problems.
DirectX 12 aims to reduce CPU bottlenecks to deliver better performance on the PC hardware you already own, and its coming with Windows 10.
An interesting rumor has popped up suggesting why Microsoft decided to use the name Windows 10, skipping right over Windows 9.
The software you'll install on your PC is an early stage version of the OS that'll have bugs and will change a lot over time
Major cloud providers like Amazon and Rackspace were forced to reboot some of their servers in order to apply the patch
Ready to upgrade from Windows XP? Here are some tips to making that transition seamless.
Some OpenVPN configuration options open remote attack vectors for Bash vulnerabilities, the VPN provider warns.
Joomla patches were reissued after the first versions broke the update process of existing installations
Brave souls can get a very, very early taste of Windows 10 today.
Windows 10 can dynamically shift its interface to function with keyboards, then touchscreens, and back again. Here's a video of the Continuum feature in action.
Microsoft's OS is due next year and will run on all devices