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.

Windows 10 Hardware: More of the Same, but This Time That's OK

Microsoft's OEM partners have a lot of systems ready to go for Windows 10, because they're pretty much the same PCs they've honed or Windows 8.1. 

Reports: Major Microsoft Hardware Launches Coming October

Multiple media reports this week suggest Microsoft is planning a major hardware launch event in October that will include the debut of the Surface Pro 4.

Microsoft's Server Management Solution Gets Windows 10 Support

Microsoft on Wednesday released a new version of its Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) product optimized for Windows 10.

Windows 10 Support Added to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

Microsoft on Monday released Update 1 of its Deployment Toolkit 2013 solution, adding support for Windows 10 deployments.

Microsoft Brings Windows 10 Support to Next-Gen MDOP

Microsoft's next suite of desktop management tools for enterprises, dubbed "Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2015," became available to download on Monday.

Newest Windows 10 Mobile Test Build Includes 2,000 Fixes

After a month-long wait, Microsoft has released a new build of the Windows 10 Mobile technical preview.

Next Windows Server 2016 Preview Coming This Month

Microsoft will release the third technical preview of Windows Server 2016 sometime in August, according to a Tweet by Gabriel Aul, vice president of engineering systems for Microsoft's Windows and Devices Group.

Microsoft Makes DVD Player for Windows 10 Free for Some

Select Windows 10 users can now download Microsoft's DVD Player for Windows 10 from the the Windows Store for free.

Microsoft's Windows 10 Tools Rolling Out in Dribs and Drabs

Microsoft is slowly releasing its tools for deploying and managing Windows 10.

Windows 10 Gets Its First Cumulative Update

Microsoft issued Windows 10's "first" cumulative update on Wednesday, just one week after the operating system officially launched.

Orgs Must Adjust to Continuous Updates with Windows 10

Businesses should start setting up test groups now that Microsoft's new operating system has been released, according to a recent presentation by Stephen Kleynhans, vice president for the Mobile and Client Computing Group at Gartner Inc.

Analysts Parse Windows 10's 'Service Branch' Model

Organizations making the move to Windows 10 will have more to assess than a simple client interface revamp.

Windows 10: What's Available Now and What Features Are Still Missing

Microsoft released Windows 10 on Wednesday, but organizations thinking about deploying the new OS will have to wade through some fine print to understand just what is available and what business features are still lagging.

Microsoft: Windows 10 Is Being Rolled Out 'In Phases'

Microsoft is urging patience for users who are trying -- and failing -- to download the free upgrade to Windows 10 on Wednesday.

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