Mary Jo and I joined Microsoft hosts Dona Sarkar and Seth Juarez---and Microsoft CVP of Developer Relations Jeff Sandquist---this week during a special event at Ignite.
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In its initial releases, Flutter allowed developers to create apps that run on both Android and iOS. But now Google is setting its sights higher. Much higher.
In a very brief appearance during an Ignite 2021 session today, Windows chief Panos Panay finally discussed the future of Windows. Vaguely and in passing.
Microsoft Mesh is a new mixed-reality platform powered by Azure that allows people in different physical locations to share holographic experiences together.
As part of its opening day Ignite 2021 festivities, Microsoft announced today that the Power Automate Desktop app for Windows 10 is now available.
Microsoft Ignite 2021 is underway this week virtually, and it appears to be pretty light on news about Windows. But here are some sessions to pay attention to.
For the quarter ending January 31, 2021, HP posted net earnings of $1.2 billion on revenues of $15.6 billion, the latter of which was up 7 percent year-over-year.
Marketed as the world’s first foldable PC, the Lenovo ThinkPad Fold X1 is a unique and tantalizing take on the future of portability.
Microsoft announced today that it is bringing its third Feature Experience Pack (FEP) to the Beta channel of the Windows Insider Program.
Microsoft today formally announced Windows 10 version 21H1, and it released the first pre-release build to the Beta channel of the Windows Insider program.
Thanks to a confusing strategy change in 2020 and ongoing terrible communications from the Windows Insider team, we’re all wondering what’s going on.
This past week, I’ve experimented with using a wide range of hardware devices with the Razer Book 13 and Apple’s M1-based MacBook Pro.
Microsoft has released a new Windows Insider Program Dev build, which you’ll recall is not matched to any specific Windows version.
Having recently suffered the fate of all Apple partners, Intel is firing back against Apple Silicon in a new series of “Go PC” advertisements.
We’ve known since last year that Legacy Edge will exit support on March 9, 2021. But now Microsoft has revealed its plans for removing the browser from Windows 10.
Over seven months after it was first released to the public, Windows 10 version 2004 is finally ready for “broad deployment.”
At a company-wide all-hands meeting, Microsoft executives touted the success of Teams in education while bemoaning the success of Chromebooks.
Windows 10 Version 20H2 added three percentage points to its usage share figure for January, but it’s still in third place among Windows 10 versions.
With PC demand at a years-long high, Surface barely moved in the needle in the most recent quarter, and Windows saw mixed results.
The Windows Insider Program still isn’t attaching any of its release channels to a specific Windows 10 version. But at least we have a new Feature Experience Pack.
Long associated with gaming, Razer stakes a claim in the premium portable PC market with its impressive-looking Book 13.
Microprocessor giant Intel today reported that it earned a net income of $5.9 billion on $20 billion in revenues in the quarter ending December 31, 2020.
But the software giant didn’t mention Windows 10X at all, leading to some understandable speculation about the timing of that release.
I spent much of the weekend examining the leaked Windows 10X build, which appears to be a near-final version of Microsoft’s coming Chrome OS competitor. I have questions. Lots of questions.
Settings is the buggiest part of the leaked Windows 10X build. In some places, it’s identical to Windows 10 Settings, but it’s missing many settings.
In addition to Microsoft Edge, Windows 10X comes with a minimal set of Store apps. Some don’t work. And some key apps are completely missing.
Windows 10X provides what looks like a complete desktop version of the Microsoft Edge web browser with full support for all the normal features.