The latest version of Windows 10 is little more than a rerun of the May version of the operating system, though it does offer a few new features.
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A release candidate of the Chromium-based browser can already be downloaded from Microsoft's website. The final version shows up in about 10 weeks.
The January end-of-support deadline for Windows 7 is fast approaching. Here's a rundown of some of the issues companies should keep in mind as that date draws near.
As the January end-of-support deadline for the aged OS approaches, Microsoft is ramping up efforts to get users to move to Windows 10.
Remember the problematic rollout of last year's update to Windows 10? Microsoft would just as soon forget it happened, and hopes users do, too.
Customers who subscribe to Microsoft's consumer-grade Office 365 plans can now buy additional OneDrive storage. One terabyte will cost $10 a month.
Microsoft has issued a support reprieve to Exchange Server 2010, continuing to service the on-premises enterprise software for an extra nine months.
The way Microsoft plans to roll out the next version of Windows 10 this fall is almost certainly a precursor for future autumn upgrades.
Microsoft has launched a Beta build of its browser for all supported editions of Windows, including 7 and 10, and macOS.
The WebKit team has unveiled a new Tracking Prevention Policy that could help bolster privacy for users of Apple's Safari browser.
Microsoft has made it clear that it wants companies to embrace Windows 10 Enterprise, leaving the lesser Pro version in the dust.
With its FastTrack assistance program, Microsoft will work with customers migrating from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Enterprise.
For four years, Microsoft described Windows 10 as the very foundation of its ambitions. But that description no longer applies.
Microsoft has begun telling companies about a variety of corporate features that have been baked into the browser.
Microsoft has announced changes to its OneDrive storage service that will let consumers protect some or even all of their cloud-stored documents.