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AV-Comparatives' annual security roundup tested all the major suites on elements such as real-time protection, file detection, and malware removal.
Microsoft plans to announce a voluntary recall in the coming days for the AC powercords for Surface Pro, Pro 2, and Pro 3 tablets.
Business users alarmed by Microsoft's recent announcement that new chips will not run on Windows 7 PCs need not fret. More than 100 business PCs coming with Intel's new "Skylake" Core vPro processors will run Windows 7, though the chips are tuned for Windows 10.
Attention Windows Insiders: Here's your chance to test Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard for iOS.
Samsung is taking a stab at the Windows 10 2-in-1 market with a new tablet that can be unlocked with a Galaxy smartphone.
Microsoft is making it easier for enterprises to adopt Windows 10, offering a special category of new PCs that will run Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 on top of modern hardware until the companies are ready to upgrade.
You'd think Microsoft would be running the other way after Windows RT's failure, but the company mentions low-power ARM chip support in a new job listing. Support may arrive with this year's Redstone update.
Microsoft offers a free year of Office 365 if you plan to or have already purchased one of Microsoft's recent phones.
Skype Translator is now live for everyone using Skype on Windows.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 on a group of previously off-limits users as its new operating system nears the six month anniversary of its release.
Technically, Windows Phones can run only Universal apps. But if you take Microsoft's upgrade to the Remote Desktop Preview app for Windows Phone, add Continuum to connect a display on the phone side, suddenly you're running a remote PC and all its desktop apps through your phone. Pretty cool.
Members of the Windows Insider Program got their first new beta build of Microsoft's operating system for 2016, and it's a snoozer when it comes to user-facing features.
With a new update to the Insider Hub app, you can now go back to more stable production builds very easily.
Support for Windows 8 is over, as is most support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10. If you haven't done so already now is the time to upgrade.
Windows 8 must now upgrade to Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 to keep getting security patches.
Patience, grasshopper: According to Microsoft's Gabe Aul, a new build will come to Windows Insiders in "a few more days." Meanwhile, a new Windows 10 Mobile Insider build is now available.