Don't-Miss Windows Stories
Microsoft has issued critical patches for Windows, Internet Explorer and Office.
'Write once, run everywhere' is a big promise to make.
It sounds like you'll be able to play with the new Microsoft Spartan browser sooner rather than later.
A mass migration of Microsoft’s installed base to Windows 10 will give developers one big reason to support the platform.
Whatever PC, tablet or phone you're using, the interface will remain consistent and data will follow you everywhere.
Mozilla and telecom carriers see demand for high-end flip phones, so that's where Mozilla is heading.
It was nice while it lasted, but Windows Phone is without a viable tap-and-pay option in the U.S., again.
The company paid US$1.3 million to 321 outside security researchers in 2014
Users should install the Samba updates available for their systems as soon as possible
The technical preview of Windows 10 for phones seems like an aesthetic upgrade for the moment. But the integrated speech recognition is actually a powerful addition, and indicative of Microsoft's continued emphasis on productivity.
Sorry: Only a handful of phones are immediately eligible to receive the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, Microsoft said. But if you're one of the lucky ones, here's what you need to know.
Microsoft execs just let it be known that the Windows 10 technical preview for phones will be released on Thursday.
The design flaw took more than a year to patch and even then Windows Server 2003 was left out
Microsoft’s personal digital assistant wants to help, but maybe she’s embarrassed or confused by your requests. Now you’ll know exactly how she feels—if you read this chart. Perhaps.