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Google announced Tuesday that it will finally stop providing updates to users of Microsoft's nearly geriatric, insecure operating system.
New tools allow developers to report questionable user reviews as Microsoft continues work toward improving the Windows Store.
Windows 10 adoption could face some resistance from tech support reps who recommend against the new operating system.
Microsoft on Thursday launched another beta build of Windows 10 to public testers that's crammed full of bug fixes and performance improvements.
PC gamers are ahead of the Windows 10 curve, and DirectX 12 should give adoption another boost.
PC makers will have to stop pre-installing Windows 7 on October 31, 2016.
It was nice while it lasted, but Microsoft is dropping the unlimited storage limit for Office 365 subscribers to 1TB.
The update will contain new features that will make it easier to shift between devices while you work, according to WinBeta.
Microsoft really wants people to get on the Windows 10 bandwagon, so much so that the company plans to start automatically downloading its new operating system to some users' computers next year.
Users who own a pirated copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 will be invited to buy a licensed copy of Windows 10.
People who have been testing the latest beta versions of Microsoft's Windows 10 for smartphones have a new operating system build to play with Thursday.
Surface Books. Skylake laptops. Steam Machines. 8K displays. October's hot new PC hardware is all about the holiday push.
Xbox 360 backwards compatibility and a Windows 10 alignment are due for the Xbox One in November.
Microsoft Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore says the telemetry data that its new operating system collects is so important to the health of the Windows ecosystem that the company has to take it.
Microsoft paves the way for better Xbox-PC integration by connecting Cortana to your Xbox Live account.