Vast segments of the PC population are unprotected. Upgrade your hardware and get the shot.
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The best parts of Windows 11 are already in Windows 10. You just have to enable them.
Why did Microsoft initially cut off hardware support at Intel's Generation 8 CPUs? We finally have the answer. Hey Intel, guess which PC I'm buying? An AMD Ryzen system.
Not every version would be as beloved as Windows XP or Windows 7. In our humble opinion, these are the seven worst Windows releases ever.
I plan to invest in Apple Silicon Macs and cloud services, where my Microsoft desktop and other workloads will eventually live.
Microsoft's decision to dial up the version number has little to do with Windows and everything to do with the pandemic. Can you live with that? Can I live with that? Can businesses and enterprises live with that? Sure we can.
While Microsoft's desktop operating system continues to be a key fixture of enterprise computing environments, it faces extinction at home. And Redmond seems perfectly fine with that.
The pending release of Windows 8.1 might have you thinking about putting off your OS upgrades. But given that Windows XP is 12 years old, a virtual eternity in the computer industry, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?'
Yep, the Windows 8.1 Preview release breaks the Bing Desktop program. But I've created a temporary workaround. (UPDATED)
Two new mice and a trackpad greatly improve the Windows 8 experience for those looking to upgrade to Microsoft's latest OS.