In the wake of the company's failed acquisition of Nokia's phone assets, Microsoft is reminding Windows 10 Mobile users that support ends this year.
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Microsoft has finally restarted the automatic distribution of Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the problem-plagued upgrade pulled from release in October.
Microsoft this week announced that an application compatibility guarantee it gave to enterprises migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10 has gone global.
It's T-minus one year and counting before Windows 7 exits mainstream support. Let's look at some important numbers for the year ahead.
Microsoft's decision to adopt the Chromium open-source code to power its Edge browser could mean a sooner-than-expected end to support for Internet Explorer.
Through outright neglect, Microsoft handed over the fate of its web browser - and its ability to shape the online world - to rival Chrome.
Microsoft is adding two new M365 add-on plans for corporate customers already subscribing to the Enterprise E3 version.
The botched rollout in October of Microsoft's latest version of Windows 10 has hampered adoption of Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Microsoft has nudged open the delivery throttle for Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the upgrade that was yanked for more than five weeks.
Microsoft has issued a rare emergency security update to fix a zero-day vulnerability in the still-supported IE9, IE10 and IE11.
After a years-long pummelling, Microsoft has surrendered in the browser war, saying that it will junk Edge's home-grown rendering engine.
LTSC, which was once called LTSB, is a specialised edition of Windows 10 Enterprise that promises the longest intervals between OS feature upgrades.
In less than 14 months, Microsoft's popular Windows 7 runs out of general support, a deadline that's pushing businesses to move up to Windows 10.
For the second time in nine days, the Multi-Factor Authentication system used by Microsoft for Office 365 logins failed.
The move, expected to roll out in 2019, comes in the aftermath of the company's botched rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.