With Fall Creators Update, the devil is in the details, including noteworthy name changes, deployment timing, quick availability and the number of versions stored on a single .iso image.
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The move is designed to patch vulnerabilities in the WPA2 protocol used to secure wireless networks. All supported versions of Windows will get the update.
NSS Labs says Windows 10's default browser is better at blocking phishing and socially-engineered malware attacks than Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
‘Windows 10 Enterprise in S Mode,’ a locked-down version of Windows 10 S, will be available from Microsoft in April or May 2018.
The developer is telling companies there have been 'too few' participants in its OS testing program.
After today, Windows 10 1511 will get its last security patches, then officially fall off Microsoft's support list.
The iOS version of Edge uses the same WebKit engine that powers Apple's Safari, while the Android Edge is based on the Blink engine Google maintains for Chrome.
The company moved XP and Vista users to Firefox's Extended Support Release (version 32) earlier this year, meaning they only get security fixes now.
The company says it’s setting ‘a high bar for quality,’ but the limited number of add-ons for Edge may be hurting its popularity with Windows 10 users.
Microsoft has provided few details about the next non-subscription version of Office, coming next year. We've teased out some answers to pressing questions about the suite.
The redesigned and re-engineered browser is now available in beta form and features a more minimal UI and is twice as fast.
With its new Microsoft 365 F1 subscription, the company plans to target millions of employees on the front lines of their organizations.
Microsoft is trumpeting Windows 10 Creators Update as the best and most reliable version of the operating system for business.
Version 11 of the browser adds Intelligent Tracking Protection, a feature that has drawn the ire of the online advertising industry.
When Chrome 64 is released in late January 2018, it will largely mark the end of auto-playing audio on websites.