One of the questions swirling around Windows 10 is how it will handle upgrades on storage-constrained Windows 8.1 devices like mini-tablets. Now we know.
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Separately-sourced reports suggest that Microsoft will finalize, or RTM, Windows 10 this week, setting the stage for the system's late July release.
I spoke with Dell recently about how Windows 10 has really changed things, not just for Microsoft and its customers, but for PC makers as well.
Microsoft has put a big asterisk next to its Windows 10 launch plans in revealing that not everyone who has reserved a copy will actually get it on day one.
With just days to go before Windows 10 is finalized, Microsoft has finally exceeded our expectations in delivering the third build in just four days.
Less than 24 hours after it released Windows 10 build 10158 for PCs to Windows insiders, Microsoft has unloaded another build with over 300 new fixes.
Microsoft today announced a new pre-release build of Windows 10 for PCs that adds a number of new features and stability and quality improvements.
The default background image for Windows 10, now called "the hero image," can set the tone for this release. Sadly, this is the one they've chosen.
While Windows 10 doesn't actually add any new backup or recovery tools, it provides great upgrades to the tools it previously offered in Windows 7 and 8.
Microsoft says it will deliver the final version of its Windows 10 developer tools for Visual Studio 2015 concurrently with Windows 10 on July 29.
The Calendar app in Windows connects to multiple accounts and helps you manage your work and personal schedules. Indeed, it only works with online accounts.
While Windows 8 virtually demanded a Microsoft account sign-in, Windows 10 has broken that particular bond, and you can now use a local account again easily.
Anyone beta testing Windows 10 will get the final product for free, but some believe that pirates can simply sign-up for the beta and go legit. Not so.
While I've had moments of doubt with Windows 10, I've also seen moments of greatness. Will Windows 10 really be ready for July 29? Yes. I think it will.