In the wake of widespread reports of problems with Windows 10 PCs connected to USB printers, Microsoft said it would fix the issue.
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Today, Microsoft will release a newly rebuilt version of the Xbox app that uses much less memory and offers better performance.
Intel today announced its new hybrid Core processors, which feature an ARM-like architecture for better battery life in thin and light PCs.
As part of Patch Tuesday, Microsoft fixed a blocking issue that allows it to bring the May 2020 Update to some of its own computers.
The Dell XPS 13 manages to fit a 13.4-inch display into a gorgeous and portable 11-inch form factor that is almost entirely devoid of compromises.
It’s finally happening: Microsoft has begun automatically deploying the new Edge web browser to Windows 10 users via Windows Update.
Last week, Keivan Beigi explained how Microsoft stole his package manager after offering him a bogus job. Now, Microsoft has responded.
As it does for each feature update, Microsoft has documented the features it's removed and deprecated in Windows 10 version 2004.
This week Microsoft provided our first peek at the future of Cortana. And only one thing is clear: This brand needs to die. It’s just pointless.
Last week, Microsoft released its new Windows Package Manager, called WinGet. But as it turns out, they stole it.
The new standalone Cortana app is now available, as are some related new Cortana experiences across Microsoft 365.
Following an unprecedented testing schedule, Windows 10 version 2004 is now available via the so-called May 2020 Update.
With Windows 10 version 2004 set for imminent release, its predecessor saw only minor usage share gains in the past month.
While the rest of Microsoft embraces open source and open standards, Windows app development remains stuck in the proprietary past.
HP today announced a sweeping set of updates to its Elite commercial PCs and ZBook portable workstations.
Or, at least that’s the plan, according to a Microsoft blog post that was mysteriously edited to remove this information.
With Windows 10 version 20H2, Windows 10 on ARM will finally support Hyper-V. But the system was never available virtually.
Project Reunion is a modern replacement for UWP and a way to use APIs that were locked into UWP in other developer frameworks.
Microsoft's latest attempt at unifying the app development experience for Windows 10 is called Project Reunion.
Microsoft is adding support for Linux GUI apps to Windows Subsystem for Linux.
The new Windows Terminal has been stable to use for months, but with the release of version 1.0, Microsoft says it’s now available for enterprise use.
Windows 10 on ARM still has far too many limitations to recommend, but one of the most serious may soon be eliminated.
After years of silence and misinformation, Microsoft finally made it official: It is “unifying access” to Win32 and UWP APIs.
Well, here’s the final nail in the UWP coffin: At Build 2020, Microsoft will finally describe how it plans to move past this platform disaster.
Microsoft today released the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows 10 version 2004.
In a concise post, Windows chief Panos Panay described coming innovations in Windows. But what did he really say? And not say?
It’s been a while since I’ve updated the WPF version of .NETpad, but this is something I’ve been thinking about for a long time.