Microsoft's much-hyped free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ended years ago, right? Not exactly.
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Microsoft and Google are engaged in a pitched battle to win over your business with suites of cloud-based productivity software and services. Here's a look at the many different editions of Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace, along with what you can expect to pay for each one.
When you set up a new PC running Windows 10 or Windows 11, you have a choice of four types of user accounts, from the old-school local account to the newest, Azure Active Directory. Here's how to make the right choice.
Microsoft giveth, and Microsoft taketh away. A slew of once-hyped Windows 10 features, including Cortana and Timeline, are vanishing or undergoing big changes in Windows 11. The details are buried in the fine print.
When Windows 10 hits its end-of-support date in 2025, hundreds of millions of PC owners will have four options, none of them good.
Microsoft's multitude of Business and Enterprise editions -- licensed as monthly or annual subscriptions -- offer more advanced feature sets than the Home and Personal editions, with collaborative applications and management tools designed for meeting enterprise security and compliance needs.
Microsoft has cranked the hype machine up to 11 for its next big Windows feature update. Prepare to be underwhelmed.
This week, Microsoft unveiled its long-awaited Windows 365 service. The Cloud PC works as advertised, offering an always-on Windows PC that you can access from just about any device. But the price might be too steep for small businesses.