Paul Thurrott is an award-winning technology journalist and blogger with over 20 years of industry experience and the author of over 25 books. He is the News Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase, the major domo at Thurrott.com, and the co-host of three tech podcasts: Windows Weekly with Leo Laporte and Mary Jo Foley, What the Tech with Andrew Zarian, and First Ring Daily with Brad Sams. He was formerly the senior technology analyst at Windows IT Pro and the creator of the SuperSite for Windows.
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Recent June, 2020 Stories
While the new Microsoft Edge is a dramatically better browser than its legacy Edge predecessor, it falls short in one key area: PDF support.
The HP Envy Pro 6400 all-in-one printer is a great solution for anyone stuck schooling or working from home. Which is almost everyone.
Microsoft has announced the availability of the Xbox June 2020 Update, adding simplified digital library management and other new features.
The Lenovo Flex 5G is billed as the world’s first 5G laptop, and it is shipping with Windows 10 on ARM on Verizon this week.
Today, AMD announced its performance-focused Ryzen 9 3900XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, and Ryzen 5 3600XT processors for gamers and power users.
In an explosion of creativity, Adobe today is updating several of its Creative Cloud offerings while launching dozens of new products as well.
The U.S. government will ease some restrictions on Huawei and allow it to collaborate with U.S. companies on 5G and other international standards.
It looks like the next-generation version of Microsoft Launcher that Microsoft previewed in January is finally heading to Beta as version 6.
As I’ve documented in the Windows 10 Field Guide, Microsoft offers far too many recovery options in Windows 10. That's starting to change.
The European Commission has formally opened two separate antitrust investigations of Apple, for its App Store and electronic payment system.
The Money in Excel feature that Microsoft announced in March is now available to Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers.
I was thinking about revisiting this topic given how much has changed in the past 7 years, but this one has aged nicely as-is.
In the first major change since Amanda Langowski took over, the Windows Insider program will adopt a new release model based on quality.
Microsoft today revealed that it is adding numerous new education features to Teams in anticipation of the coming school year.
Thanks to a feature called Smart Delivery, Xbox Series X gamers will automatically get the best version of each game delivered to their console.
Microsoft and SAS announced a major partnership today in which Microsoft Azure becomes SAS’s preferred cloud provider.
In continually delaying the Pixel 4a, Google has proven that it is even more inept than was previously understood.
As expected, Apple is now offering zero-interest financing of most of its hardware products to Apple Card holders.
In the wake of legal pressure, the Internet Archive said this week it would stop lending books to people without library access during the pandemic.
In the wake of widespread reports of problems with Windows 10 PCs connected to USB printers, Microsoft said it would fix the issue.
Andrew and Paul discuss rumors that Apple will move the Mac to ARM, whether Intel has fallen behind AMD, and the PlayStation 5
It’s finally happening: Users of Microsoft Teams can now enable custom background images without needing a green screen.
Happy Friday! With summer finally in full swing here in the Lehigh Valley, we can look forward to a nice weekend for a change.
Apple today said that WWDC20 will somehow be the biggest WWDC to date, despite being a virtual-only event.
Google has countersued Sonos, alleging that the smart speaker maker made false claims against it and stole its intellectual property.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Windows Experience Pack, a Keivan Beigi follow-up, the end of our national nightmare, and much more.
After several months in beta, Adobe Photoshop Camera is now available on iPhone and select Android handsets.