Windows 10 has many problems, but one of my big pet peeves is the lack of UX consistency.
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Bill Gates once remarked that Windows was the most versatile software that the world had ever seen. Nope.
Happy Friday, everyone. Here's another round of Q&A to jump-start the weekend.
Most of the privacy reporting these days is focused on Google and Facebook because these firms maximize their earnings by knowing more about you.
Contrary to various reports, Microsoft will indeed charge a licensing fee for Azure Sphere. Is this a problem?
Microsoft had good reasons to choose a Linux core for its Azure Sphere OS. Was better security one of the reasons?
Microsoft's Azure Sphere represents the confluence of several big themes we've discussed here on Thurrott.com in recent weeks.
Given the recent events making headlines, Microsoft has the opportunity to take advantage of the increased sensitivity of consumers to data privacy, but will they capitalize on it?
Another week, another set of excellent questions from readers.
My approach to Facebook and other social networks is consistent with my general approach to technology: All things in moderation.
Market researchers from both Gartner and IDC say that PC sales in the first quarter of 2018 were flat, exceeding expectations.