Microsoft to automatically remove botched updates
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Shutting the door after the horse has bolted

Software King of the world Microsoft has penned a bit of software which will automatically remove botched updates.

Microsoft is making a Chrome OS-like version of Windows
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Windows Lite

Software king of the world Microsoft is writing a cut-down version of Windows for dual-screen devices and Chromebook competitors.

GVGMall Trading Platform Kicks Off 2019 With Amazing Deals
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For Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
just $12.26!

GVGMall is a trading platform for virtual services that provides its users with high-quality services of online games, software and all kinds of virtual goods.

Toradex OXI runs Windows 10 in Android
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Licenced to bear arms

Auxens has been showing off its latest version of OXI the Desktop productivity user interface for Android phone's external displays.

Rootkit hits Windows Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
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Found by Sednit hunters

Insecurity experts hunting cyber-spy outfit Sednit have discovered the first instance of a rootkit targeting the Windows Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) in successful attacks.

Windows on ARM might end up on Chrome
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Microsoft teams up with Google

Microsoft and Google engineers appear to be collaborating to support a version of Chrome running on Windows on ARM.

A simple Windows hack is unfixed a year later
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All a hacker could want

A simple Windows security hack which was discovered a year ago is still unpatched.

Microsoft preparing for Microsoft Managed Desktop
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Behold the Windows you rent

Microsoft is getting ready to replace Windows 10 with the Microsoft Managed Desktop which will be a "desktop-as-a-service" (DaaS) offering.

Microsoft delays Windows 10 update
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A few too many blue screens

Software King of the World Microsoft has delayed the launch of its Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 because of technical issues the company encountered with the supposed final release.

Microsoft open sources part of Windows
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In the 1990s this would have been unthinkable

Software king of the world Microsoft has open sourced its 1990s era File Manager for Windows 3.0. The code, which is available on Github under the MIT OSS licence, compiles under Windows 10.