Microsoft is trying to transition the Windows user base to a safer, more reliable, and better-performing platform called Windows 10 S.
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Microsoft's new Surface Laptop only offers four color choices if you purchase a mid-level model. But that's about to change.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro and Surface Laptop are already making a dent in the Windows 10 device usage charts.
Microsoft has updated its Surface Tools for IT to support the new Surface Pro and Surface Laptop.
I've been switching back and forth between the Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro and thinking about which is the better road companion.
Those with an Office 365 subscription who buy a Surface Laptop may need to do a lot of work to set things right.
I was able to borrow a Surface Laptop for the better part of this week, so I'd like to chime in belatedly with some first impressions.
Those who upgrade a Surface Laptop to Windows 10 Pro can of course return to Windows 10 S at any time.
The teardown specialists at iFixIt have rendered a damning indictment against Surface Laptop: It's not repairable in any way.
You can now download drivers and firmware for both Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro from Microsoft.
Microsoft announced that customers can now purchase its new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro PCs. And Surface Studio is now available in new markets as well.
With Microsoft finally announcing a long-awaited Surface Pro refresh, here are a few thoughts about what this device says about the future of the software giant's hardware lineup.
While the new Surface Pro is making headlines today, Microsoft revealed some other interesting Surface hardware news as well: Surface Studio and Surface Laptop are now heading to new markets.
After leading the charge to Skylake with Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 to disastrous results, Microsoft is now much more timid about adopting new technologies.
After gushing over Surface Laptop for a few days, I figured I should play devil's advocate and present a contrary view. Here's where Microsoft got it wrong.