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Microsoft's pushy new Windows 10 upgrade prompt gives users the option to upgrade now, or upgrade now.
Microsoft's wearable adds a few new welcome features that show that development is continuing.
The Verge reports that Cortana will get even smarter in Windows 10's upcoming, major "Redstone" update. Instea dof being stuck in the taskbar, she'll be able to dive into individual apps and provide more context.
Live Writer will live on as Open Live Writer, an open source project that is already available for download.
Edge extensions may be ready for preview soon after Microsoft offered an accidental sneak peek at a developer site.
Microsoft's phones and PCs are now running a common version as Microsoft has taken over control over how its mobile updates are deployed.
Microsoft released the latest version of its System Center Configuration Manager to the world on Tuesday, giving system administrators new tools to manage a fleet of devices across their organization.
The PC business can't seem to climb out of the four-year hole it's dug for itself.
Mark Hachman discovered that the open box tablet he purchased still was keyed to a prior account. Don't make the same mistake.
It took four months, but Windows 10 is now more widely-used than Windows XP by one metric.
Microsoft revealed Tuesday that an update to Windows 10 changed some users' privacy settings accidentally.
Windows 10 November update reportedly wipes some programs without permission.
The first three decades of Windows has brought unparalleled frustrations -- and an undying hope that the next version will be the best one yet
Gartner expects that half of all enterprises will at least begin their roll-outs of Windows 10 by January 2017, according to a report the analyst firm released Monday.
If you want the November update for Windows 10, you can no longer use the Media Creation Tool to get it—Windows Update is the only option.