The latest AdDuplex report shows that Windows 11 is now in use on 19.3 percent of all supported PCs running Windows 10 or 11.
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Lenovo unveiled today the new ThinkPad X13s, the company’s first Windows on ARM laptop powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip.
Microsoft has acknowledged a new Windows bug that may cause some user data to persist after resetting a PC. The issue specifically affects files that have been synced locally with the OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.
Here’s a quick fix for one of the bugs in .NETpad: It doesn’t correctly remember the window state if you close it while maximized.
Google appears to be working on a new feature that will let Pixel owners stream Android apps to a PC, Mac, or Chromebook.
When I made the C#/Windows Forms version of .NETpad available on GitHub in late January, I wasn’t sure what to expect.
Microsoft started testing a new Recent Apps feature in its Your Phone app that lets Windows users see and launch recently used phone apps.
Microsoft revealed that it is temporarily disabling an app installer protocol in Windows 10/11 to address a newly discovered vulnerability.
Google announced today that its Flutter open-source app development toolkit now supports creating Windows apps.
Business Insider claims that Microsoft has killed HoloLens 3 over uncertainty about the platform’s future.
AMD today reported record revenues for the fourth quarter and full-year 2021, with major gains across PC, graphics, enterprise, and embedded.
The latest AdDuplex report shows that Windows 11 made significant usage share gains in the last month. Are hundreds of millions of people now using it?
In its post-earnings conference call last night, Microsoft revealed that there are now over 1.4 billion PCs running Windows 10 and 11.
Well, this is rather scary: my C#/WinForms/.NET Framework 4.x version of .NETpad is now available on GitHub.
For my January programming project, I’m reviving the Windows Forms version of .NETpad so I can make it available publicly on GitHub.
PC makers sold 344.3 million PCs in 2021, a gain of 16 percent over the previous year, marking the third consecutive year of growth.
With .NET 6 now available, I’ve been looking over the four versions of .NETpad that I created a few years back to see how they can be modernized.
As part of a broader Android announcement, Google said today that it will integrate key Android features with Windows this year.
The Windows Developer team wanted to celebrate the New Year by tweeting some software code to its followers. Unfortunately, the code doesn’t work.
Anyone who expected the 9th-generation Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon to be a minor update over its predecessors is in for a welcome surprise.
The ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 reminds me of the classic Peanut Butter Cup ad, except this time Lenovo put an E-Ink display in my laptop.
Last night, Google revealed that it is bringing Play Store-based Android games to Windows in 2022.
Stardock announced that Fences 4 is now available for Windows 10 and 11 with a Windows 11-style UI and a new Peek feature.
Well, it took long enough, but Microsoft is finally testing native OneDrive clients on Windows on ARM and M1-based Macs.
In October, Astropad released Luna Display 5.0, which lets Mac and Windows users use an iPad as a secondary display.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that Windows 11 has been installed on almost 9 percent of PCs out in the world.
According to one report, Microsoft has an exclusivity deal with Qualcomm for Windows on ARM (WOA) that’s expiring soon.