Microsoft has began testing a fix to eliminate the cache latency issues that have plagued PCs powered by AMD Ryzen running Windows 11.
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Microsoft empowers its new Surface Pro 8 tablet with Thunderbolt, a larger display, and more. The Surface Go 3 launches with new 10th-gen Core processors, and the Surface Pro X gets a Wi-Fi-only upgrade.
Microsoft is expected to debut the Surface Pro 8, Surface Go 3, and Surface Pro X tablets; the Surface Book 4 plus the Surface Duo 2 phone.
Microsoft said that it's testing new ways to add more popups to Windows 11 in the form of tips on how to use its new operating system.
Microsoft said Wednesday that it will offer a passwordless option on Microsoft accounts, allowing you to get rid of passwords entirely and use your face and phone instead.
Microsoft says that M1 Macs won't be supported by its Windows on Arm efforts, putting official Windows 11 Mac support in a grey area.
Zoom plans new collaboration features like a whiteboard, enhanced chat, and apps that place your video feed inside a presentation.
Windows 11 sure looks different, but under-the-hood performance improvements may make it feel different, specifically when handling multiple apps.
Microsoft announces support for intelligent cameras that can recognise you in meetings, along with new features for Outlook, PowerPoint, and more that embrace hybrid work.
Microsoft has confirmed an Office vulnerability that can be triggered if you click on an untrusted Office document.
Windows 11 and its dark mode contains new sounds that differ from what you'll hear in its normal light mode.
The personalised news feed is now called Microsoft Start, providing you with a curated collection of news from top publishers.
Users who try and upgrade their "unsupported" PC to Windows 11 without meeting the necessary hardware requirements won't receive Windows updates.
A report by the Wall Street Journal says that TSMC plans to significantly raise prices for chips it manufactures, which could have a ripple effect on prices.
Cerebras Systems says that it its Cerebras CS-2 AI system is now capable of the equivalent compute power of the human brain.