Is there really a strategy behind the Microsoft's Windows 10 versioning scheme? Or is this just the software giant making it up as it goes along ... again?
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Microsoft has finally explained why it pulled Windows 10 version 1511 over the weekend, and it has returned the update for both upgrades and clean installs.
Windows 10 lets you store documents, music, photos and videos to removable storage devices. But with version 1511, you can now store apps there too.
Windows 10 doesn't really provide a way to customize the density of Start tiles, but with version 1511 you can now display more tiles in each Start column.
Microsoft has pulled the integrated Windows 10 download---which combines Windows 10 with the November Update---from the Windows web site. What's going on?
Windows 10 now quietly reconfigures your default printer every time you print. This may not desirable, but you can disable this feature if you'd like.
This morning, Microsoft revealed its Black Friday deals, which include some amazing savings on Xbox One, Lumia, and other products and services.
The Xbox app for Windows 10 has been updated this week to support Facebook integration, voiceover recording of Game DVR clips, and more.
Here's what else is happening today: Lumia 950 is for the fans, cheap Windows 10 games, a HoloLens confirmation, Skype 6.11 for Android, PS2 emulation on PS4.
Good morning from Manchester, England. Today: Windows IoT on Galileo is killed, of Microsoft's mobile missteps, and Yahoo's failed "Community" experiment.
Windows 10 version 1511 includes an updated version of Microsoft Edge that includes protection against DLL-based injection attacks, improving security.
Good morning from Manchester, England. Today, we have Surface firmware updates coming, Windows 10 free upgrades and security, Windows phone switchers, more.
One of the big questions with the recently-released Windows 10 Field Guide is how readers will get updates. I think we have a plan that should work for most.
Updated for 1511, this is the only Windows 10 guide you need, a collection of the how-to articles I am writing about Microsoft’s greatest OS release ever.
It looks like a Surface Pro clone, but with its Spectre x2, HP improves on Surface in a number of ways and comes in at a less expensive price point.
A new feature in Windows 10 called Find My Device--it used to be available only to smart phone users--can help you locate your PC if its lost or stolen.
The good folks from AdDuplex say there are plenty of great apps for both Windows 10 and Windows phones. The problem is you just can't find them.
Having experienced Windows Hello, I've come to a surprising conclusion about Windows 10's biometric sign-in. You may want to just give it the finger.
The first version of Windows 10 Field Guide is now available. We target the November Update (version 1511) release for this initial release of the book.
Here's what else is happening today. My guess on Project Astoria roadblocks, a confidence-inspiring error message, and supporting the return of MST3K.
Microsoft today announced updates to PowerPoint 2016 for Windows and Windows Mobile that make it easier to build impressive looking layouts and transitions.
There is a lot going on today, so let's get to it: Windows 10 build 10586 was a release candidate, Apple is killing Beats Music, Black Ops III: PS4 vs. XBO.
Some are not getting the November Update for Windows 10, despite being otherwise up-to-date. I think I know the reason. And I definitely have the solution.
The Windows 10 November Update is now generally available. This major update brings a handful of new features for users but major changes for businesses.
What else is happening today? A Windows 10 Field Guide update, Office on iPad Pro, Tim Cook on Surface Book, an inexpensive new Roku, Firefox OS on Android.
Box has completed work on the universal app version of its cloud storage app, providing a single solution across Windows 10-based PCs, tablets, and phones
Happy Veteran's Day. What else is happening today? The iPad Pro reviews are in, COD: Black Ops III is a huge hit, and Google is finally killing Chrome on XP.