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Windows 10 November update reportedly wipes some programs without permission.
The first three decades of Windows has brought unparalleled frustrations -- and an undying hope that the next version will be the best one yet
Gartner expects that half of all enterprises will at least begin their roll-outs of Windows 10 by January 2017, according to a report the analyst firm released Monday.
If you want the November update for Windows 10, you can no longer use the Media Creation Tool to get it—Windows Update is the only option.
Attention Windows 10 users: Microsoft is offering massive deals on over 1000 items in the Windows Store through November 29th.
Microsoft is pulling support for Windows 10 from Intel's Galileo board, saying the computer does not meet minimum hardware requirements.
"This is a really great build," says Microsoft's Gabe Aul, but users who already have Build 10581 must proceed with extreme caution.
Samsung remains the top smartphone vendor worldwide, followed by Apple.
Microsoft has partnered with mobile ad network Vungle to provide Windows developers a way to monetize apps that they share through the Windows Store.
Microsoft's November update is rolling out now. Here are three tips to help take advantage of the switch and watch out for one minor annoyance.
Users reported login failures, driver crashes, and other problems, though Microsoft has now issued a new patch.
Microsoft released its first major Windows 10 update on Thursday, and it includes a bunch of features aimed at improving the operating system for business users.
Microsoft's first major update for Windows 10, the "November update," rolls out Thursday. Here are new features that made it worth the wait.
Google announced Tuesday that it will finally stop providing updates to users of Microsoft's nearly geriatric, insecure operating system.