Microsoft's Windows Sandbox creates a safe space where you can try suspicious software or sites without risking your 'real' PC. Here's how to use it.
Windows 10's May 2019 Update offers many small and subtle improvements that are worth calling out. From display brightness to cursor boldness to GameBar tweaks, get the details here.
Windows Search will now power File Explorer within Windows 10 Build 18894, apparently solving one of the issues with the May 2019 Update that's rolling out soon.
As part of its investor day conference, Intel disclosed the existence of the 10nm Tiger Lake chip, as well as more performance details on Ice Lake and Lakefield.
After being forced to extend its 14nm Core processors by several years, Intel now says it can launch both 10nm and 7nm products within two years.
As Intel's partners ready Project Athena thin-and-light notebooks for shipment later this year, Intel's Open Labs will provide engineering guidance to work out any manufacturing kinks.
Google says its Chrome browser will allow you to purge third-party advertising cookies. Google will also publish a browser extension revealing the source of web ads you see.
Microsoft introduces Collections, a way to collect images, text, and webpages from the Internet to create your own little research archive for planning a trip or just collecting information. Here's how it will work.
Microsoft will describe Fluid Framework, a way to break down the barriers of the traditional document as we know it and replace it with web-based collaboration.
Amazon has upgraded its Alexa Windows 10 app to always listen for your commands via a wake word.
Microsoft's Ideas looks deeply into your writing to suggest improvements like gender-neutral language and more focused words, and includes more collaborative features.
In advance of Microsoft Build, Microsoft shows off what the company hopes its Cortana digital assistant will achieve. In Microsoft's vision, Cortana's all business.
Microsooft ends its Build keynote with a teaser of what looks like an augmented reality version of Minecraft. In a sense, we've already seen it, as part of Microsoft's killer HoloLens demo a few years ago.
At Microsoft Build, Microsoft unveils a tabbed Terminal app and a Windows Subsystem for Linux that's built on a new, custom-built Linux 4.19 kernel.
Cortana was just the beginning. Microsoft's busy building up third-party AI bots that can do even more, thanks to Azure-powered Cognitive Services.