According to one report, Microsoft has an exclusivity deal with Qualcomm for Windows on ARM (WOA) that’s expiring soon.
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The ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop is aimed at developers interested in porting their apps to Windows on ARM.
If you’re using Windows 11 and Chrome, you can now get a more native look in Google’s browser by enabling an optional new feature.
The latest version of the well-regarded 1Password password management service is now available on 64-bit versions of Windows 10 and 11.
Microsoft has quietly finalized the Windows App SDK, which seeks to reunite Windows desktop and mobile developers.
Hey, remember that Windows 11 media player app that leaked in September? Well, you can test it now if you’re in the Dev channel.
Windows 11 on ARM adds 64-bit Intel app emulation, but fans have been wondering whether that will come to Windows 10 on ARM too. It will not.
The ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop is a low-end, Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 on ARM mini-PC that can be upgraded to Windows 11.
Bad news for anyone who hoped that Microsoft would do the right thing when it comes to respecting user choice in Windows 11. It will not.
The creator of EdgeDeflector said this week that the latest Insider build of Windows 11 now blocks all default browser workarounds.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22499 to Insiders in the Dev channel. It adds another promised Windows 11 feature.
At its special education event today, Microsoft announced Windows 11 SE, a special version of Windows 11 that’s optimized for the education market.
Today, Microsoft announced Surface Laptop SE, a $249 laptop that’s designed specifically for the K-8 education market.
Mozilla announced this morning that its flagship Firefox web browser is now available via the Microsoft Store in Windows 11 and 10.
Microsoft has announced that it will host a virtual education event on Tuesday, November 9 that will include “new technology.”
Yes, I’ve made a career out of Microsoft’s inability to communicate effectively. But this is a serious and ongoing problem that needs to be addressed.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 build to the Dev channel in the Windows Insider Program, and it adds a missing feature.
Stardock has announced the release of Start11, its Start menu replacement for Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Microsoft Ignite is the software giant’s biggest conference, and while it’s still virtual this time around, there’s a lot more to report.
Just three weeks after its initial public launch, Windows 11 is already on almost 5 percent of PCs out in the world, according to AdDuplex.
Windows Insiders in the Dev channel can now test a new Microsoft account (MSA) configuration settings interface in Windows 11.
Earlier this month, we learned that AMD-based PCs that were upgraded to Windows 11 suffered from a 3-15 percent performance hit.
Stardock has announced Fences 4, which provides new features, a refreshed user interface, and support for Windows 11.
With Android app compatibility (sort of) appearing in pre-prelease versions of Windows 11 this week, I finally went hands-on.
Microsoft continues to confound our expectations and, frankly, common sense. Case in point, today’s Windows Insider release.
Microsoft this week published documentation for developers who wish to optimize their Android apps to run well in Windows 11.
Microsoft continues to baby-step around the obvious, but it has officially deprecated the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).