Your first look at what's new with Windows 10 from Microsoft's "Imagine What You'll Do" event on October 26 in New York.
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Your first look at what's new in hardware from Microsoft's "Imagine What You'll Do" event on October 26 in New York.
Microsoft is readying several new capabilities for its new Edge browser, including a password monitor and vertical tabs.
Microsoft has plans for single-screen Windows 10X rollout in spring 2021and for dual-screen in spring 2022.
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.
Users who want to remain involved will need to opt in again.
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.
Beginning January 15, 2020, Microsoft will be delivering its new Chromium-based Edge browser automatically to Windows 10 users via Windows Update, unless its Edge Blocker Toolkit is applied.