Microsoft says it will phase out and eventually kill the Windows 10 People app, because apparently no one used it.
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Microsoft began rolling out the Windows 10 November 2019 Update to “seekers” on Tuesday, capping off a lengthy testing period.
Xerox is considering a bid to acquire HP, which would unite a leader in copiers and printers under one roof.
Intel confesses it still can't supply enough processors, especially in the low end of the PC market. So it's investing heavily to fix things.
Microsoft, PC makers, and three major chipmakers team up to announce Secured-core PCs, designed to defend against PC firmware attacks.
Microsoft is beginning to use pop-up notifications to warn Windows 7 Pro users that they had better upgrade to Windows 10 by January 2020.
Microsoft has named its next feature update the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, which is a month or two later than anticipated.
The PC market grew in the third quarter of 2019 year over year, largely due to looming tariffs and the end of the road for Windows 7.
If Microsoft sells Surface based on AMD, Qualcomm and Intel processors, it could represent a new milestone: microprocessor diversity.
Microsoft will be reportedly launching not one but two Surface tablets, which will be built around microprocessors from AMD, Intel and Qualcomm.
Microsoft deploys Windows 10 19H2 to the Release Preview ring at large, meaning that it's just a short time away from a formal release.
HP has purchased Bromium, a company whose technology isolates downloaded files and browser tabs within secured virtual machines.
Microsoft's patch to fix CPU spiking issues within Windows 10's Windows Search function has apparently broken Windows Search for some people.
According to Net Applications, Microsoft's Windows 10 captured more than 50 per cent of the world's PCs beginning in August.
After restricting some Windows 10 "19H2" features to select Insiders, the 18362.10019 build opens them up to everyone.
Leading channel partners in Singapore outline key priorities for 2020; how customer demands are changing and the role of Microsoft in driving transformation