The software giant also plans a similar preview SDK for Windows 10 X and will bring dual-screen experiences to Edge.
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Anyone with a compatible PC who manually checks Windows Update will now be offered the Windows 10 version 1909 upgrade.
The German government failed to migrate all its PCs to Windows 10 in time, and now it's going to have to pay Microsoft 800,000 euros for extended support.
A new report by Gartner claims that the Windows 10 upgrade bump is already over and that PC sales will all again in 2020.
With the end of Windows 7 support last week, I’ve returned somewhat begrudgingly to Windows 10. And you know what? It ain’t all bad.
Timed for the BETT show in London, Acer has announced three new laptops, one a Chromebook and two running Windows.
It’s time to think about what’s next for .NETpad, a project I had originally hoped to finish up by the end of 2019.
Microsoft's Mouse and Keyboard Center app now has native support for ARM devices, along with support for some new peripherals.
After months of work on .NETpad’s printing functionality, I think I’ve finally arrived at a solution that works.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19546 to Insiders in the Fast ring, and it has one new feature.
Microsoft is touting some new education-focused Always Connected PCs ahead of the BETT UK 2020 conference.
Microsoft has finally released a pre-release version of its new Edge browser that works natively in Windows 10 on ARM.
Those who stick with Windows 7 may not face any immediate security issues. But you need to worry about the long-term.
Microsoft today updated an early December build of Windows 10 and released it to the Slow Ring.
Microsoft delivered the final set of updates to Windows 7 users today and will begin displaying a full-screen warning.
OK, it was modest, but PC sales still grew in 2019. Here’s a look at what happened and at how things will change in the future.
PC makers sold 264 million units in 2019, according to data collected by Gartner and IDC, a gain of 1.9 percent year-over-year.
Microsoft confirmed today that it will support Edge on Windows 7 for the same 18 month+ timeframe as will Google with Chrome.
Today, we implement the Replace, Replace All, and Go To commands, improve the fit and finish, and change the application name.
With Windows 7’s support end-of-life just days away, I find myself thinking about Windows 10, not Windows 7.
In this quick sidetrack, I make a few changes in anticipation of the final branding of our Notepad clone. NotepadWF isn’t going to cut it.
Microsoft is deprecating its Windows Store for Business and Windows Store for Education, another major step back from its original app store strategy.
With Windows 7 still in use by 500 million people, Google has pledged to support Chrome on that platform past its support EOL.
A reader has graciously pointed me in the right direction towards solving some of the more vexing issues with this project.
There’s a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build available for testers in the Fast ring, so there’s no way to know if any of this is real.
This series isn’t about installing and configuring Windows 7 here in 2020. It’s about using it, as 500 million other people are doing.
I finally got Windows 7 successfully installed on my old NUC, so I’m able to move to this aging OS fulltime now. I think.