Less for more
Software King of the World Microsoft is planning a raft of cuts in services from its flagship Windows 10 product.
Because it never sleeps
Software King of the World Microsoft is making its Windows 10 OS more secure by integrating Mozilla-developed Rust for low-level Windows components.
Snapdragon 8CX yet to ship
Samsung was the first to announce a Snapdragon 8CX design and promised to ship the system this fall, but so far, we haven’t seen any preorders taking place.
Great news for those who have finally got their PCs stable after the last one
Software King of the World, Microsoft, is expected to show off the newest version of Windows 10 at its upcoming Surface event, scheduled to take place in New York City next week.
Hoping for a billion by 2020
Windows 10 is now being used on over 900 million devices. Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi tweeted about the milestone today, saying that Microsoft added more new Windows 10 devices in the last 12 months than ever before.
Calling in the Irish
Having already asked Microsoft to make modifications to Windows, the Dutch data protection agency (DPA) called for an investigation by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC), Microsoft's lead EU privacy regulator.
Microsoft appears to be botching things lately
Windows 10 users have been exposed to a worrying new vulnerability, which will bork their VPN.
Comes with its own Linux kernel
Software King of the World Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build featuring the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 which allows you to run more Linux software on Windows and with better performance than Vole's previous attempts.
Windows 7 falling faster
Windows 10 has started to make more significant gains, mostly at Windows 7’s expense.