Microsoft puts the Windows 10 May 2019 Update on hold for Surface Book 2 owners until it can work out a GPU issue.
Microsoft says that it will discontinue the online versions of many popular games, such as Hearts, Backgammon, and Go.
With Windows 10 Insider Build 18936, Microsoft lets you skip using a password, among other features being tested for the 20H1 (April 2020) release.
Microsoft has begun telling users that its digital archive of Paint 3D content, Remix 3D, will be discontinued. But while Paint3D has Microsoft's attention, it's time to highlight a better feature that needs saving.
Windows 10 Insider build 18932 adds many more controls to notifications, overhauls the Eye Control user interface and now supports Android notifications within Your Phone.
If you’ve been wondering what Microsoft’s next feature release of Windows 10 - 19H2 - has in store, the answer is: not much.
Apple's new app uses the Microsoft technology behind OneDrive's Files On-Demand.
Windows Search will now power File Explorer within Windows 10 Build 18894, apparently solving one of the issues with the May 2019 Update that's rolling out soon.
At Microsoft Build, Microsoft unveils a tabbed Terminal app and a Windows Subsystem for Linux that's built on the Linux 4.19 kernel.
In advance of Microsoft Build, Microsoft shows off what the company hopes its Cortana digital assistant will achieve. In Microsoft's vision, Cortana's all business.
Microsoft' Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18885 adds notification support to the Your Phone app and broadens WIndows' dictation capabilities.
Microsoft has discovered a bug in the May 2019 Update for Windows 10 that prevents an upgrade to the new feature release if an SD card or attached USB drive is present.
A Microsoft project manager has said that Microsoft has given up on its tabbed interface for Windows 10, also known as Sets.
Microsoft posts an early, public version of its Edge browser running on top of the Chromium platform used by Google Chrome.
As of April 15, you'll no longer be able to access Wunderlist via Windows 10's Cortana.
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