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Microsoft wants to have the operating system on 1 billion devices in a few years.
Mozilla's Chris Beard calls setting Edge browser as default a "dramatic step backwards".
Users and reviewers complain of bugs, but overall impressions of the operating system seem favorable
The flaw could be exploited remotely to crash DNS servers by sending them a single packet
How low can you go? Pretty low, you just don't want to be there.
The Bluetooth-connected button can call up Microsoft's virtual assistant with minimal effort and will be available in late August.
The new version is a scalable universal app that catches up on features compared to Twitter apps for other platforms.
Analysts are optimistic about the new operating system's chances but caution that deployments will take time
Any particular issues that you're seeing with Windows 10? Some have complained about Store downloads, even a cut and paste bug.
Most were there to meet an NHL hockey player
Windows 10's supercharged DirectX 12 graphics tech may revolutionize PC gaming--but only if your hardware supports it.
OEMs are hoping that advances features of Windows 10, such as Cortana, may encourage people to replace their older Windows 7 machines
You read that right: Current Windows users will be able to snag Windows 10 for the low, low price of absolutely nothing.
Want to stash an ISO of Windows 10 on a thumb drive or your regular hard drive? Here's how to do that.
Microsoft launches its new operating system worldwide.