Microsoft is going public with new hardware certification requirements for Windows 8.1 (and beyond) devices, some of which take effect in 2014 and 2015.
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Once you get the May 2020 Windows 10 update, you also get this new pack, which Microsoft officials oddly won't discuss.
Microsoft is making its renamed Windows 10 Enterprise version available as a subscription that's available for $84 per user per year and purchasable through reseller partners.
Microsoft is going to deprecate the Windows Store for Business and Store for Education, my contacts say, as the company works to undo past Windows 10 app-distribution mistakes.
Another Microsoft-germinated project has left the building and is now under the auspices of the Outercurve Foundation. The latest to go is Microsoft Research's Scientific Workflow Workbench -- codenamed Project Trident.
Microsoft has posted more details and guidance regarding its June security patch which broke Group Policy for a number of users.
Wondering whether Windows 10 Home, Pro, Enterprise or Education will have all the bells and whistles you want and need? Here's Microsoft's feature comparison chart detailing how each edition stacks up.
Microsoft adds File Explorer integration to Windows Subsystem for Linux in new Windows 10 Fast Ring build
Microsoft's newest Windows 10 Fast Ring test build, 19603, adds File Explorer-Linux integration, as well as new user clean-up recommendations.
Microsoft looks to be testing the concept of automatically installing Progressive Web App versions of Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint via its new Edge browser on Windows 10.
Microsoft's rumored dual-screen Windows device, codenamed 'Centaurus,' seems to be moving ahead, with Microsoft execs showing off protoypes of it internally last week.