Windows 10


Microsoft Priming Windows 10 'Redstone 4' for AI Advances

The next major release of Windows 10, code-named "Redstone 4," will feature a new machine learning platform to help developers add artificial intelligence (AI) features in their apps.

Windows 10 Enterprise May Be Only Licensing Option for Orgs: Analyst

Businesses may have little choice but to purchase Windows 10 Enterprise edition licensing, according to a recent analyst presentation.

Microsoft Drops Clues About Paid Windows 10 Servicing Option

Microsoft is readying a new "paid supplemental servicing" option for volume licensing customers using the Education or Enterprise editions of Windows 10 version 1607, but details are still scarce.

More Hardware Partners, Mobile Operators Back ARM-Based Windows 10

More original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and mobile service providers are throwing their support behind Snapdragon-based Windows 10 PCs, dubbed "Always Connected PCs."

Face of 'Windows as a Service' at Microsoft Moves to Deployment Side

Michael Niehaus, the public face of much of Microsoft's "Windows as a Service" effort, is now a principal program manager on the company's "modern deployment team."

Microsoft Making Room in Windows 10 for Progressive Web Apps

Microsoft this week announced it is readying its app marketplace for progressive Web apps (PWAs), which are Web pages designed to work like applications, with the ability to work offline.

Microsoft Support Changes: Good for Windows 10, Bad for Office

Microsoft recently announced some support policy changes that bode well for users running Windows 10, but less so for those running the Office productivity suite.

Microsoft Opens Up About What Types of User Data Windows 10 Collects

Microsoft rolled out a new Windows 10 test build this week that gives users some more insights into, and control over, the kind of privacy-related information that Microsoft collects from their PCs.

Microsoft Details System Center's Role in Windows 10 Updates

A new video series from Microsoft tries to shed light on how System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) can be used for Windows client management.

Semiannual Channel vs. Full Availability: Microsoft Clarifies Windows 10 Update Lingo

Michael Niehaus, director of product marketing for Microsoft's Windows Commercial group, this week explained Microsoft's communication approach with regard to Windows 10 updates.

CES 2018: New Windows 10 PCs Try To Do Everything, Everywhere

A gallery of standout devices from this year's showcase.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Reaches 'Full Availability'

The "semiannual channel" version of Windows 10 update 1709, otherwise known as the "Fall Creators Update," is now in the "full availability" stage.

Microsoft: Meltdown and Spectre Patches Could Cause Slowdowns

Microsoft this week warned users that its fixes for the recently disclosed Meltdown and Spectre CPU security flaws could slow down their systems.

Microsoft Adds 6 Months to Windows 10 Version 1511 Support

Users of the Enterprise and Education editions of Windows 10 version 1511 just got a six-month support reprieve, Microsoft said on Tuesday.

For Orgs Planning Windows 10 Moves, Microsoft Talks Up Analytics Tools

Organizations preparing to deploy Windows 10 can turn to Microsoft's "free" Windows Analytics tools for help, the company said this week in a Web presentation.