Surely there are still bugs in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update beta release. Just don’t expect Microsoft to tell you about them.
Stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
Consumer Reports can’t recommend Microsoft Surface laptops, and neither can I.
Windows 10 will be supported until Oct. 14, 2025 — unless your computer has a Clover Trail CPU. Then you’re out of luck.
Or are you OK with leaving yourself open to something that can kill your business?
Kaspersky claimed Microsoft has been disabling its antivirus software in Windows 10. Microsoft replied it was its duty to make sure antivirus protection was ‘always on.’
Windows 10 is infamous for having snooping baked in, but one government stood up for user privacy. Oh, the irony!
Google introduced many neat new Android features at the conference. Moving forward with Android on Chrome OS wasn’t one of them.
We now know more about Windows 10 S — and the more we learn, the more idiotic it looks. No Chrome? No third-party browsers at all? Rewrite all apps? Ha!
Microsoft wants to control your Windows 10 desktop. Now are you ready to try a Linux desktop?
Lucky us. Microsoft will no longer be supporting older Windows on newer processors.
On one really bad day, Amazon Web Services went haywire, and so did millions of users.
A month late? Seriously? It’s both outrageous and unsurprising.
Windows is unsafe by design, and macOS isn’t a lot better. But even Linux distros that have joined the mainstream by becoming less scary are much safer.
Microsoft is reducing the data it collects from your Windows 10 PCs, but what does that really mean? Good question. Microsoft isn’t saying.
Microsoft wants to make it clear that the last bits of MS-DOS, cmd.exe, aren’t going away.