Microsoft releases a new build of Windows 10 Redstone 4 with a much-needed improvement to Windows Update.
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Universal Windows Platform applications will finally support multi-instances in the next release of Windows 10.
Bored of Redstone 4 builds? Don't worry, Microsoft is officially kicking off testing of Redstone 5 today with Windows Insiders in Skip Ahead.
All supported versions of Windows 10 are getting the February Patch Tuesday update today.
Amazon is bringing its music streaming service to Windows 10 with the launch of a new Microsoft Store app.
Microsoft is bringing its intelligence-driven security analytics and protection service to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers migrating to Windows 10.
Microsoft's upcoming Windows App Previews could radically change the Windows Insider program as we know it.
Windows 10's latest Redstone 4 build includes a redesigned Game Bar, improvements to Microsoft Edge, and a new streamlined Bluetooth pairing experience.
Progressive Web Apps in Windows 10 are almost here, and Microsoft is confirming its plans for the rollout today.
It's official, Microsoft is killing off Windows 10 S and is bringing S mode to all iterations of Windows 10 for the consumer and some enterprise SKUs as well.
Microsoft is preparing to release Redstone 4 and I was able to view a few documents that detail the roadmap for this release and the rest of 2018.
Microsoft introduces an additional 6 months of support for recent versions of Windows 10 Education and Enterprise.
Microsoft adds WhatsApp to the Microsoft Store's growing collection of popular desktop apps.
Microsoft is making key architectural changes to the Windows Camera app in Windows 10 to enable faster updates going forward.