Windows 10


Microsoft's Plans for 'Windows Store for Business' Take Shape

Lately, Microsoft has been sharing more about its plans for the upcoming Windows Store for Business, a Windows 10 app distribution system that will let organizations distribute apps -- including so-called "line-of-business" or custom-made apps -- to end users.

Microsoft OEMs Face Deadline To Sell Windows 7 Pro Devices

The clock is ticking for sales of new PCs running the Windows 7 Professional edition.

Microsoft Tweaking Windows 10 Upgrade Process

Microsoft is changing the process for upgrading users to Windows 10, roughly three months after its release.

SCCM Revamp Focused on Windows 10 Optimization

Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled its plans to revamp its System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) product with the aim of making it work better with Windows 10.

Windows 10 Servicing Feature Added to SCCM 2016 Preview

Microsoft this week updated Technical Preview 3 (TP3) of its System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2016 product, bringing a new management capability designed for Windows 10 clients.

Microsoft Adds 'Nested Virtualization' to New Windows 10 Build

Microsoft this week released the latest Windows 10 test build, which includes a preview of a new "nested virtualization" feature.

Microsoft Unveils New Windows 10 Devices, Surface Book

Products include new Lumia phones, an improved Surface Pro 4 and a new laptop.

Microsoft Gives Guidance on Windows 10 Servicing and Deployment

Microsoft recently published two documents aimed at giving organizations some guidance regarding Windows 10 servicing models and deployment scenarios.

Microsoft Brings Windows 10 Start Menu to Windows RT

Windows RT users are mostly shut out of the new features available in Windows 10, but they can at least take advantage of Windows 10's Start Menu.

Microsoft: Office 2016 Service Models To Echo Windows 10

Office 2016 will arrive with service models that are "consistent" with the approach Microsoft has used with Windows 10, the company explained this week.

Is It Time for Microsoft To Open Source Windows?

Microsoft is already shaking up the Windows ecosystem with its new delivery model for Windows 10. Is it time for Microsoft to take another step and do the once unthinkable -- make Windows open source? We look at the perks, pitfalls and complications that would be involved if Windows were to go open source.

Microsoft, VMware Talk Windows 10 and Mobility Management

Tuesday marked the first onstage appearance of a Microsoft executive at VMworld, the annual conference hosted by Microsoft rival VMware.

Microsoft Gives Windows 10's Browser-Management Tools a Boost

Microsoft on Wednesday announced some improvements to Windows 10's browser-management controls, including support for the new Edge browser in Enterprise Mode.

Microsoft's Update Service for Windows 10 Takes Shape

Microsoft recently provided some badly needed official information about its Windows Update for Business (WUB) service for managing Windows 10.

Microsoft: Windows 10 Now Runs on 75 Million Devices

Nearly a month after its official launch, Windows 10 is already running on 75 million devices, Microsoft said on Wednesday.

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