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The latest Start menu has few of Win7-era customizations -- but many new tricks worth knowing
Thanks for confirming the Lumia 950 and 950XL before the official launch, Microsoft!
Privacy concerns have swirled around Windows 10 since its launch at the end of July. Microsoft responded Monday.
Microsoft released a set of guidelines Friday detailing what it expects from different tiers of Windows 10 phones and tablets, offering a glimpse at what the company's hardware plans may look like.
Microsoft launched a new Preview build for its version of Windows 10 that's designed to run devices that are part of the Internet of Things, along with a development kit to help users test it out.
Citing security issues, Microsoft disables Safedisc DRM. But users can make old games work again at their own risk.
Microsoft announced three new tie-ups in China on the same day that the country's President Xi Jinping and a delegation visited its campus at Redmond, Washington.
With Device Guard and Credential Guard, Windows enjoys unprecedented protection from malware and advanced persistent threats
The Windows Store needs more users, so the company’s built app discovery into the very fabric of Windows 10. It seems to be working.
Microsoft's 'Windows as a service' evolution continues with build 10547, where you'll find the usual array of improvements--and rough edges.
Microsoft may have just a single-digit slice of the mobile market, but there's one segment of mobile it's winning: Malware infections delivered via mobile networks.
Search queries on Microsoft's Bing in the U.S. last month increased by 1%, a slow start to what a company manager predicted would be a big boost delivered by Windows 10.
Microsoft has built a prototype connected car with its Cortana digital assistant built in, linked to a heads-up display on the windshield.
Why look at free options when you can pay $15 for an DVD playing app that launches the Windows Store when you insert a new disc?
Microsoft's promised Windows RT 8.1 Update 3 is showing up in the wild with the previously announced Start menu.