Microsoft's decision this month to stop distribution of the fall feature upgrade to Windows 10 is only the latest sign of a broken update process.
Stories by Gregg Keizer
Microsoft has constantly shifted its release and support timeline for Windows 10, responding to concerns and complaints from users.
The rollout was halted after a bug wiped out some users' files; Microsoft ackowledged that the lost data may not be recoverable.
File-deletion flaw that plagued rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update shows how Microsoft uses consumers to test out the OS.
Microsoft's device-as-a-service service currently offers a choice of just three Surface configurations, but Redmond has plans to expand it.
Under Microsoft Managed Desktop subscription service, Microsoft will handle semi-annual channel Windows 10 updates for customers.
The first day of automatic availability for the latest version of Windows 10 is set for Oct. 9. But eager users can get it now.
The upcoming Chrome 70 will allow users to disable a controversial automatic sign-in that links log-ins of its services with the browser.
Microsoft has launched Office 2019 for Windows and macOS, giving its most important customers - volume licensees - first crack at the application suite.
Most enterprises will now adopt a once-a-year upgrade model for Windows 10, relieving the pressure of endless rounds of testing and deployment.
Microsoft's decision to extend Windows 10 support to 30 months for customers running the Enterprise edition leaves small business users adrift.
Beginning in July, Microsoft will stop participating in several Microsoft Community forums but TechNet support discussion forums will remain unchanged.
Windows 10 Pro is a dead end for enterprises, a prominent Gartner analyst has argued.
Microsoft has bundled together Windows 10, Office 365 and a variety of management tools to create its newest subscription suite, Microsoft 365.
Microsoft has said that some 200 million enterprise workers now run Windows 10, a sign that corporations and other businesses are close to schedule to scrub Windows 7.
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