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Repeat after me: Windows 10 on Arm is not Windows RT. It’s also not the Windows 10 you know. Before you order an Arm-powered Windows device like the new Surface Pro X, read this.
When you're working from home, the best way to increase your productivity is to go big with the components you interact with the most: Display, keyboard, and mouse. Here are four options for making that workspace more productive.
A few days ago, some Windows Media Center enthusiasts got a rude shock, as Linksys extender devices suddenly stopped working. What's wrong? And what does it say about the health of the Windows ecosystem?
After a disastrous launch and a big writedown, analysts were ready to write off Microsoft's Surface division five years ago. But instead of disappearing, the Surface division has been a surprising success.
This is the time of year when PC makers offer irresistible deals on new PC hardware. If you're ready to sell your old PC or hand it down to a friend or family member, you'll need to wipe your data and reset it. Follow these instructions to make sure you do it the right way.
If you've gone shopping for a portable PC lately, you know that the sheer number of choices can be overwhelming. How do you narrow your options? Use my checklist to assemble the specs that match your preferences.
My Surface Pro 7 is less than a year old and still working just fine. But the improvements in Microsoft's new release make an irresistible case for an upgrade.
A new slice of data highlights the incredible diversity of the PC ecosystem. Thousands of unique PC models are running Windows 8 and RT. What does it mean that the top slots on the sales charts are dominated by cheap, generic Windows notebooks?
What happens if something goes wrong with a Windows PC? Good luck finding honest and competent help. Right now, somewhere in the world, an incompetent support professional is performing "repairs" that make things worse and suggesting useless "upgrades" that line their pockets and slow down PCs.