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This is the strongest sign yet that Microsoft is walking away from its legacy platforms in favor of its future in the cloud.
I'm taking a Mac to Build 2018, and you're never going to believe what happens next.
I'm traveling tomorrow, so "Ask Paul" is a day early, and a bit shorter than usual, this week.
Windows 10 version 1803 is a serious step backward in software quality, erasing all of the reliability wins that Microsoft earned over the previous two releases.
Next week, I'll be in Seattle at Build 2018. Here's what I expect Microsoft to discuss. And some things I'd love to see happen, too.
Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
While the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) has failed, there is a single spark of hope for the Microsoft Store in Windows 10.
Today, Microsoft will begin the careful process of deploying Windows 10 version 1803. Let's pause for a moment of thanks.
Microsoft's role in a software counterfeiting conviction has many up in arms, with bloggers lining up along predictable partisan lines.
For the past few years, Google has been quietly working on a new operating system called Fuchsia which many believe could replace Android.
Intel has always had a tortured relationship with mobile computing. But its inability to make its chipsets more efficient is troubling.
One year ago, Microsoft announced that Apple iTunes was coming to Windows 10's app store.
Windows 10 has many problems, but one of my big pet peeves is the lack of UX consistency.