Microsoft wants Windows Insider Program for Business to give the company an enterprise view of Windows 'previews'
City of Munich plans to shift back 100 per cent to "industry standard" Microsoft software
Beige boxes are 'out'; PCs and devices that look like Macs are 'in'
Windows 10 advertising pop-ups try to push Microsoft's 'Shopping Assistant' on Chrome users
Edge gets polished up, but bugs still remain
Windows 10 Build 15002 adds incremental changes to Edge and a number of other small enhancements
High-end desktop PCs are officially 'in' this year
Two-and-a-half years after Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP, nine out of 10 NHS trusts still haven't upgraded
Microsoft's interference in users' Windows 10 settings is undermining both security and competition, claims Kaspersky
Microsoft not best pleased
Ransomware spammers shift to Microsoft WSF files to distribute malware
Windows 10 market share down, while Windows 7 bounces back
VBScript a particular problem, reckon experts
Patch Tuesday delivers yet more critical fixes for critical apps
Spreadsheet potential for all. Joy.
From today, Trusted Platform Module 2.0 support will be required for all new Windows 10 PCs, smartphones and tablets
Microsoft's ambitious Windows 10 target will be missed by miles
Windows 10 tweaked as big Anniversary Update approaches
Adobe promises fix for yet another critical Flash security flaw announced as Microsoft releases Patch Tuesday
Enterprises will be able to upgrade Windows Server 2012 R2 clusters to Windows Server 2016 with minimal impact
Works on everything from Windows 2000 to Windows 10, claims the seller
Microsoft is scheduling Windows 10 to install, but making it easier for users to cancel
Those features you thought were part of the operating system you bought? They've been removed
Personal data transmitted unencrypted back to base in Beijing by Chinese company's 'insecure' web browser