Head for the hills, folks! Another privacy controversy has hit Microsoft, after it was discovered that Windows 10 continues to send data to the cloud even when you have the switch off. What a way to wrap a year where Redmond rolled out a dedicated Privacy Dashboard for users. At the same time, things are so convoluted...

More Edge goodness! Some more details on the big switch for Microsoft Edge are here with us, including what Redmond plans for extensions for its new web browser. Well, not exactly new, but running a new engine. A Chrome powered engine. Last week was all about Microsoft officially confirming the switch to the Chromium...

A Monday move, to brighten your week ahead! While Microsoft has made it a bit of a habit of releasing new builds on Wednesdays, Windows 10 build 18298 is here as a special surprise. And to make things even more interesting, this is one of those big bang releases — those select preview versions that Microsoft releases...

Its happening, folks! All roads led to this. And we now have official confirmation that the same engine that powers Google Chrome will now power the Microsoft Edge web browser. Multiple reports hinted at such a scenario, and it has come to pass. As good old Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President, Windows explained in...

And not even that, if we go by the latest numbers provided by AdDuplex. To say that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had a slow start would be an understatement. Besieged by bugs, errors, and installation issues, this version of the operating system seems to be finding life difficult out in the wild....

Wednesdays become glorious again! Normal service has resumed as Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 18290 today to the Fast ring channel of the preview program. This, after a brief pause last week due to Thanksgiving. Build 18290 as the company highlights, mostly comes with some refinements to the UI. Which is to...

Let’s just hope that things get better from here. Because this is really something out of the ordinary. Windows 10 version 1809 is absolutely besieged by bugs, and things just keep going down a spiral. At this point, it is fair to say that the October 2018 is the worst rollout in the history. Of rollouts, perhaps. Or...

Bad egg? Don’t look now, but Newegg has been on the receiving end of a grilling in recent days, with reports that the online retailer sold pirated Windows 10 OEM keys. At least two of them. The company has promised to send out physical replacements for those who have bought the license keys to the operating system...

Two bugs, one fix. Never the brightest of ideas. Although Microsoft is still mum on the matter, some information has finally emerged on the critical file removal bug that plagued Windows 10. Or, the newly released October 2018 Update, to be more specific. This latest version of the OS was pulled only a few days after...