My initial attempt to install Windows 10 S on a desktop PC failed, but it's been bugging me ever since. And I came up with two possible solutions.
Much of the emphasis on Windows 10 S from a hardware perspective has been on laptops and 2-in-1s. But what about desktop PCs?
Here's a list of what I consider to be the top four alternatives to Windows 10 S.
Windows 10 S is half-baked. It's not ready for me. It's not ready for you. And it's not ready for anyone. Not yet.
Those curious about making their own Windows 10 S experiment can now do so. Sort of. Maybe.
While hardcore gamers will never be satisfied with Windows 10 S, this system should be fine for more casual gamers.
The issue of Store app quality and selection will be a problem for all Windows 10 S users, just as it was with Windows phone.
When it comes to Windows 10 and hardware peripherals, there are successes and there are defeats.
Reality diverges wildly from theory when you actually try to use Windows 10 S. And here are a few basics to consider ahead of time.
For my second go-round with Windows 10 S, I'm going to document what it's really like living with this strange new Windows version.
For years, Microsoft had worked closely with its biggest partners to create a symbiotic PC ecosystem based on Windows. And then Steven Sinofsky happened.
With the Windows 8 Consumer Preview behind them, Steven Sinofsky and his lieutenants prepared for the final stages of the product’s journey to release.
On February 29, 2012, Steven Sinofsky stepped onto a small stage at the Hotel Miramar and introduced the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
The release of Windows Vista is now understood to be the time when Microsoft’s control of personal computing peaked and then began its inevitable decline.
At 8:00 am on October 27, 2003, Microsoft opened the doors to Hall A at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and a melee ensued.
With the weight of Microsoft’s security problems on his shoulders, Bill Gates delivered a CES 2002 keynote that focused on the future, not the past.
On January 6, 2001, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates delivered the keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
In honor of the late Donald Rumsfeld, I’d like to address what’s happening with the Windows 11 hardware requirements, at least right now.
Amazon Luna, currently in early access, is an inexpensive choice for more casual gamers. The best news? Controller connectivity is excellent.
After posting my overview of Google Stadia, I realized that I hadn’t tested a key usage configuration. And to my surprise, it’s the best one yet.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the first Windows 10 Feature Experience Pack, Android apps coming to Windows, a massive set of updates to Teams, and much more.
I’ve been gaming exclusively on Xbox since the release of the Xbox 360 in 2005. But two console generations later, the world is changing.
As many of you know, I’m not a fan of using multiple displays, but doing so can be particularly problematic with a docked laptop configuration.
With the HP Envy 15 up and running in a quick-and-dirty fashion in my home office, it’s time to move towards a cleaner configuration.
For years, I’ve resisted using a docked laptop, but with a recent lightning strike taking down my desktop PC, I’m forced to give it a shot.
It’s that time of the week again where there is a new build of Windows 10 for those of you living in the Dev channel.
Happy Friday! Here’s a nicely diverse set of questions to kick off the weekend amidst our latest summer heatwave here on the East coast.