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AMD’s CEO expects the vendor's supply of chips to be “tight” throughout the remainder of the year, but are expected to ease up in 2022.
Microsoft's second-quarter results for calendar year 2021 were limited by what appears to be chip shortages affecting PC sales, including its Surface line-up.
Intel is moving away from using nanometres to measure chip manufacturing progress, making angstroms the new metric. Intel 7, Intel 4, and Intel 3 will be the new lexicon.
Intel executives say that the company will be unable to supply enough processors to meet PC demand in response to ongoing chip shortages.
Microsoft hasn't forgotten Windows 10, and Windows 10 21H2, due this fall, will be the next Windows 10 update with a few new features.
Everyone wonders if their PC can upgrade to Windows 11. PC makers including Microsoft, Dell, and Asus, are publishing detailed information.
Windows 11 Build 22000.65, has added a search function to the Start menu and added back the missing power/performance slider, referred to as power mode.
Windows 11 will give users 10 days to go back to Windows 10 if they don't want to stay on the new operating system, according to Microsoft.
Thought you'd seen everything within Windows 11? Think again. We've gone hands-on with the OS.
Microsoft is pulling the PC Health Check app to determine Windows 11 security, and plans to open up Windows 11 to earlier Intel and AMD CPUs.
Windows 11 eliminates several familiar Windows 10 features, changing the way you'll use your PC. We've listed several of the most significant changes.
Microsoft confirmed late on Friday that Windows 10 users will have to wait until 2022 to receive Windows 11. New Windows 11 PCs will get first crack.
Microsoft unveiled the hardware specifications for Windows 11 on Thursday, to some confusion. On Friday, the company explained how TPMs will secure the PC.
Microsoft has officially announced Windows 11, the next generation of Windows. It begins rolling out next week to Windows Insiders.
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