Whether you are responsible for a single Windows 10 PC or thousands of enterprise PCs, your challenges for managing updates are the same. Your goals are to install security updates promptly, manage feature updates intelligently, and prevent unexpected restarts from cutting into productivity.
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In the "Windows as a service" era, updates can arrive when you least expect them. So can major changes in Microsoft's update policies for business customers. Here's a no-nonsense explainer to help you sort out your Windows 10 update options.
Anyone who's ever read the comments here knows that the answer to every tech problem is "Switch to Linux." If you're curious about what Linux is and how it works, Microsoft can help.
If you've been looking for an option to dump Google's Chrome browser, consider Microsoft's new Edge browser, which delivers much of the same experience you get from Chrome, with a few features that are downright superior. Here's how to get started.
Organizations running Windows 10 Enterprise have a new option for processing diagnostic data (aka telemetry). The preview program allows organizations to take over the data controller role and relegate Microsoft to a data processor.
For any Windows 10 version, including version 2004 (aka the May 2020 Update), here's everything you need to know before you repair, reinstall, or upgrade -- including details about activation and product keys.
At last week's virtual Build 2020, Microsoft showed off its vision for Project Reunion, a new API that combines Win32 and the Universal Windows Platform. It's still missing the most important piece, however.
On the fifth anniversary of Windows 10, Ed Bott looks back at what it was supposed to be and what it ultimately became. Almost nothing turned out as planned, and that’s OK.
Want to make yourself more productive with Microsoft Teams? Use these eight tips to master command-line and keyboard shortcuts, connect to external apps, and make useful content easier to find.
If your team has suddenly been forced to work remotely, keep everyone on the same page using Microsoft Teams. You can create your own organization for free, or add team members using no-cost licenses..