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Microsoft has kicked off its Windows as a service plans with the launch of its first Insider update for Windows 10 Tuesday.
Windows 8.1 users have been half again as likely to upgrade to Windows 10 as their compatriots running Windows 7, data from a Web metrics vendor showed.
Web developers who want to make sure that their sites and apps run well on Microsoft's new Edge browser can now download a virtual machine that works with popular virtualization software on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
New DirectX 12 benchmark points to a multi-core future and causes a ruffle with Nvidia.
Microsoft may be scanning your PC, but for usage data, not counterfeit software.
If a recent report is any indication, Windows 10 demand remains strong two and a half weeks after its launch.
Letting consumers get the latest version of its operating system won't mean much in terms of the tech giant's finances.
We've talked about a lot of the big stuff that has to do with Windows 10. Let's dive in and look at some small tweaks that you might enjoy.
Microsoft says it’s not collecting query or search usage data, but that doesn’t mean those searches are truly happening offline.
Some Mac computers that came out in 2012 will work with Windows 10, Apple said in an updated support document.
Vaio users with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will know more in October, but it's unclear what Sony will do for Windows 7 users.
Here are two ways to make the Windows 10 Start menu more familiar to former Windows 7 users.
Earliest adopters of Microsoft's new mobile operating system will see some improvements, along with broken features in Build 10512.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for August contains critical patches for Windows, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.
Oracle's head of security advised customers not to submit bug reports from third-party security analysis tools and services