Microsoft always said unsupported Insider PCs will be kicked out of Windows 11 previews eventually, but the timing sure is interesting.
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Android app support is a key feature for Windows 11, but it won't be ready in time for the operating system's October 5 launch.
Windows 11 will bring exciting new features—and confusing hardware requirements—to the world on October 5.
Microsoft took the unusual step of releasing an emergency security patch for the PrintNightmare vulnerability, even for Windows 7—a dead OS.
If you're on an older version of Windows or a GeForce GTX 600- or 700-series graphics card, your final Game Ready driver arrives on August 31.
AMD CEO Lisa Su has admitted what we all knew was happening anyway, the vendor is prioritising supplies of higher-end CPUs and graphics cards.
Windows 10 will fully remove Flash from patched PCs starting in July, and it won't be offered in the big May 2021 Update either.
If you’re waiting for the crippling graphics card shortage to loosen up before buying new hardware, well, you might be waiting for a while.
Tech giant is snatching up HyperX's brand and gaming peripherals, though Kingston gets to keep HyperX's PC component gear.
In addition to some new features, Chrome 88 ends support for Adobe Flash, the File Transfer Protocol, and Apple's OS X Yosemite.
Windows 10's new hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling feature is "a significant and fundamental change to the driver model," Microsoft says.
Microsoft's shutting down all of its retail stores to focus on the digital Xbox and Microsoft stores.
After a week of exhibitors withdrawing from the event due to coronavirus concerns, GSMA officially cancelled Mobile World Congress 2020 in Barcelona.
Microsoft's final Windows 7 update added a bug that turned some wallpapers black, so it's preparing yet another final patch to fix it.
Disney+ accounts are already popping up on the Dark Web, driving home why you should be using unique passwords for every site and service.