Microsoft is taking another big step toward getting rid of Internet Explorer next year, but not every Windows variant still will be IE-free by 2022.
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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.
Once you get the May 2020 Windows 10 update, you also get this new pack, which Microsoft officials oddly won't discuss.
Microsoft's Cellular Data app for Windows 10 will enable PC and tablet users to buy and connect to mobile data plans using their Microsoft Accounts.
Microsoft's back-end activation issues which caused a number of Windows users to get false product-activation-error messages seems to be nearly fixed.
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.
Microsoft is making it tougher for users who've looked to Long Term Servicing Updates as a way to avoid feature updates for Windows 10.
A year ago, Microsoft officials announced plans to bring support for Linux GUI apps to Windows 10. A first preview of this feature is part of Dev Channel test build 21364.
Some Windows 10 source code leaked to the internet, but according to some reports, the potential for serious exploits may be somewhat limited due to what was included.
Microsoft still has yet to start rolling out Windows 10 1803, aka Windows 10 'Redstone 4,' to mainstream users. More 'general reliability' fixes are still coming to testers.