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It's like Windows 8.1, but with Bing as the default search engine in Internet Explorer. So, uh, it's like Windows 8.1?
The Angler exploit kit favors Silverlight and Flash exploits over Java, researchers from Cisco said
The company advises customers to stop using the RC4 cipher in TLS connections because of known weaknesses in the algorithm
Microsoft just released a new look for the Windows Store that the company says will make it easier to find great apps for your Windows devices.
Microsoft has issued eight bulletins that fix 13 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer and Office
Microsoft offers another month of patches to Windows 8.1 users who haven't updated.
Some reissued SSL certificates use the same vulnerable key as the ones they replace, and some sites moved to a vulnerable version of OpenSSL
Like a patient parent, Microsoft protects its Windows XP children just this once, even though the company officially ended support almost a month ago. But Microsoft still really wants you to upgrade your OS.
Support ends, usage dips, but XP users are still legion.
The browser vulnerability is just the first of many to come in the post-Microsoft support era.
It didn't take long for all the barking about the death of Windows XP to gain some teeth.
In his first earnings call, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella seemed willing to try try new things as Microsoft pushes to build a stronger Windows ecosystem.
We know for certain that the Start menu is coming back to Windows 8.1. But when that will happen is still a mystery that has the rumor mill working overtime.