The latest Windows 10 upgrade won't immediately show up for everyone; Microsoft is taking its usual gradual approach to rolling out the upgrade.
Stories by Gregg Keizer
The Chromium-based browser was supposed to roll out to users earlier this year. Microsoft now expects that to take place over the next few weeks.
Chrome will soon remove resource-hogging web advertisements from websites, including ads that mask unauthorised crypto-mining operations.
Microsoft's late release of Windows 10 2004 almost certainly means that the end of year upgrade will be like 2019's - a minor update.
Microsoft has revised its schedule for rolling out a Chrome browser extension to Office 365 customers, adding the extension this month.
It's going be all virtual, all the time, for this year's Microsoft Build event and Apple's traditional WWDC. Blame the ongoing pandemic for the shift.
Damned by its own success, Google is cracking down on a glut of Chrome add-ons that are as noxious to the browser as spam is to email.
Google has extended G Suite's device management tools to Windows 10 PCs, adding to Android, iOS and Chrome endpoints already on the list.
After lengthening support times for various versions of Windows 10, Microsoft has set up a calendar for later this year that will create a pile-up of deadlines.
Microsoft has gave the newest Windows 10 upgrade a name, calling it the 'May 2020 Update', signalling that it will launch the refresh next month.
In its latest moves related to the Covid-19 pandemic, Microsoft is extending support an extra six months for SharePoint Server 2010 and Windows 10 1809.
Although Microsoft has extended support deadlines for a variety of offerings, that's not the case with Office 2010 and Office 2016 for Mac.
In making Windows and Office, two tech cornerstones of most modern corporations, Microsoft's response to the Covid-19 outbreak matters.
The latest iteration of Windows 10 is expected to appear by June. But given Covid-19, Microsoft would be better off delaying the rollout.
Long-in-the-tooth Transport Layer Security 1.0 and 1.1 encryption is getting a temporary reprieve from Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.
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