Microsoft today released Windows 10 Build 14352 to Windows Insiders and brings us another step closer to the Anniversary Update set for release this summer.
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With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update just a few months away, making your device a mobile hotspot is easier than ever. Here’s how to do it.
Microsoft today released an update to the Windows 10 Mobile Preview Build 14342 that fixes to battery life on the Lumia 930, 929, and some other phones.
Microsoft this morning announced it is streamlining its Windows Phone hardware business, and will only focus on business customers moving forward.
Microsoft is pushing hard to get you to upgrade to Windows 10 before the July 29th deadline. It’s causing a lot of anger and dissatisfaction among PC users.
In a recent update to the OneDrive sync client in Windows 10, you can access both business and personal accounts. Here’s how on PC, iOS, Mac, and Android.
If you’re a OneDrive user, sync a lot of data, and on a slow or metered network connection, you can set limits to lower speeds to improve performance.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update, coming this summer, includes Ubuntu and Bash shell as an optional install. Here’s how to install and get started with it.
Recently, a hardware requirement section (including RAM) showed up on Microsoft’s MSDN Hardware Components guidelines page for Windows 10 for PC and Mobile.
Microsoft today published a knowledge base article (KB3095675) with information about the changes in the Windows 10 Upgrade Notification process.
Windows 95 is showing up on modern devices these days. The most recent sighting is running on Xbox One via DOSBox and the console’s ability to run UWP apps.
Microsoft released the new Universal OneDrive app for Windows 10. It’s cleaner than the web UI but still doesn’t include placeholders like in Windows 8.
Microsoft today rolled out an update for Windows 10 PC Preview Build 14342 for Windows Insiders. It includes bug fixes including ones for Microsoft Edge.
A new scam for Windows users claim to be tech support and are now using ransomware-like lock screens to threaten users and their data.