With Microsoft looking at new ways of monetizing Windows 10---like advertising in the product itself---I'm getting a lot of questions about alternatives.
Recent Windows 10 Stories
Microsoft is adding a new e-book store and reading experience to Windows 10 with the Creators Update. Here's a quick peek at how this will work.
As part of its announcement about a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build today, Microsoft revealed that the My People feature will be delayed.
Another week, another build, Microsoft has released the next installment of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Fast ring and this time around it is build 15014.
After a brief moment in the sun, Cache is no more: Today, Microsoft killed off its Cache app and service.
Microsoft has revealed that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be the first major third-party Xbox Play Anywhere title when it ships next week.
Today: Microsoft to stop updating Minecraft on Windows phones, Cortana coming to the Android lock screen, Office Lens for iPad, more.
Microsoft has started pushing another advertisement in Windows 10 on the taskbar, this time prompting users to install a Microsoft extension with Chrome.
Today, you can buy music, movies and TV shows from the Windows Store, and Microsoft is adding e-books this year. But is Microsoft a trustworthy content provider?
After a successful first-gen NexDock device in 2016, the firm is jumping on board with the Intel Compute Card for 2017.
A new report appears to confirm that Microsoft's long-expected e-book store experience will debut in the Windows 10 Creators Update.
SUSE announced this week that it now supports the Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10. So you can now use SUSE Bash instead of Ubuntu if you'd like.
Today: A Games with Gold reminder, a Windows 7 warning from Microsoft Germany, a reported Windows licensing change is coming, much more.
A newly-discovered Microsoft patent indicates that the software giant is investigating a new Continuum form factor: A phone wth a foldable screen.
Like its predecessor, Windows 10 lets you sign-in using your Microsoft account. But you don't need to do so to integrate with many of the services associated with that account.