A Microsoft support document has been edited to explain that support for Windows 10 Home and Pro ends on October 14, 2025.
Beneath a Surface tells the inside story of how Microsoft built its billion-dollar PC brand and with the book now being completed, Paul and I are recording a ‘director’s commentary’ of each chapter. This behind the scenes look at how I wrote the book, which Paul edited, extends beyond the words of the page and adds…
Nvidia announced today it is bringing ray-tracing support to Minecraft this week as part of a beta. It takes advantage of the power of Nvidia's RTX GPUs, leveraging its ray-tracing technology to give Minecraft a whole new look.
Microsoft is bringing Bing's Visual Search feature to more places in Windows 10 -- it's now integrated into the Search bar in Windows.
The Dutch Data Protection Agency has found possible further privacy violations in Windows 10, which could lead to more user experience changes.
Windows 10's setup experience is a long, annoying experience. Silencing Cortana doesn't solve the problem.
In a nice example of the scalability of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), the Windows 10 version of the Twitter app now lets you pin users to the Start menu.
Windows 10 S isn't just unusable. Apparently, it's not very secure either.
The Microsoft Store in Windows 10 was just updated with a new Devices tab by which you can buy PCs and other hardware.
Andrew and I discuss the current state of Windows 10 S in Mode, macOS and iOS development, and the Samsung Galaxy S9.
On this episode of The Sams Report, Windows 10 S is officially getting overhauled, Cortana is being self-hosted and Spring is in the air.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft talks a bit more about S Mode, Android P is here and the cat, well, it's back.
For years, I've been arguing that Microsoft needs to end the madness and offer fewer Windows 10 product editions. Guess what? They're actually doing it. As you may have read, Thurrott.com has seen internal Microsoft documentation that confirms that the software giant is killing Windows 10 S. I've argued that this is great news: Windows…
Like an unwelcome house guest, Windows 10 S arrived last year shrouded in mystery and suspicious intent. But now that we know Microsoft has quickly killed off this pointless experiment, we can confidently face a better future, sure that Windows 10 S will bother us no more. Right? Um. Not exactly. As I noted in…
It's official, Microsoft is killing off Windows 10 S and is bringing S mode to all iterations of Windows 10 for the consumer and some enterprise SKUs as well.
I wasn't expecting to write about Windows 10 S again this quickly, but a confluence of events necessitates a follow-up. Yesterday, I wrote about my efforts to restore the Surface Laptop back to Windows 10 S and then upgrade it to the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build so I could examine how the coming…