Microsoft has revealed a new step in its plan to force Windows users to use its Edge web browser. This is a much bigger deal than you realize.
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Microsoft's Movies & TV service was left out in the cold when Disney expanded Movies Anywhere to include multiple content providers.
Microsoft internally started testing a new Teams app for Windows 10 devices based on the web app. Don't get too excited: it's not a PWA.
More Windows systems start getting update Intel firmware and fixes for Meltdown and Spectre.
Microsoft is releasing a new Windows 10 Redstone 4 build with improvements to Windows Defender Application Guard.
Yes, the next version of Windows 10---version 1803, the Spring Creators Update---will ship to customers in April 2018 as we expected.
The 6th generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon features quad-core Intel processors, a subtly updated design, and new voice and privacy features.
For my newest push to use Windows 10 in S mode regularly, I'm turning to an obvious starting point: The tools I'll use to write each day.
With Microsoft set to formally implement Windows 10 in S mode, it's time to take another peek at the software giant's push into the future.
The final beta version of Sea of Thieves---an upcoming Xbox Play Anywhere title---is free to play for the next three days.
Google's Chrome browser could soon start using Windows 10's Action Center for notifications instead of Google's own custom notifications.
Microsoft has still not officially announced its branding for Windows 10 version 1803. But now we know the real name.
I have a few more details about how S mode will differ from Windows 10 S. And how this system could continue evolving.