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The company detailed versions for consumers and business, but important details about eventual pricing remain unspecified. Consumers don't have to worry, though; it's free, free, free.
The vulnerability, dubbed Venom, affects systems usings the QEMU, Xen and KVM virtualization platforms
Companies should prioritize three security bulletins that are rated critical.
Microsoft's Gabe Aul has said it's coming but hasn't provided any other information. We're all waiting with bated breath for Continuum, though.
Windows and Android tablets decrease Apple's share on business tablets by double digits, according to a report.
Testing a Windows 10 preview build now? You won't be stuck with it forever.
With Windows 10, Microsoft could deploy patches as soon as they're ready, rather than wait for the second Tuesday of each month.
More than 95 percent of SAP systems are vulnerable, a SAP security firm said
It's becoming more important than ever to express yourself online, but only Microsoft's Windows 10 lets you express a full range of emotions with the middle finger emoji.
The new OS will also feature multiple desktops and enhanced security features.
For IT managers, OS updates can be a pain. Windows Update for Business lets them choose which devices receive updates, and when, giving them far more control than they had before.
If you rely on Windows Media Center to run your home theater PC then forget about upgrading it to Windows 10.
Microsoft's Continuum vision of using your Windows phone as a PC won't run on current phone hardware, Microsoft executives say.