Jeez, how many shades of grey does one need? A lot, apparently. If you think Windows 10 UI is a mess, then you are not alone. As this cool little image illustrates so aptly. Consistency is a concept few have heard of behind Redmond walls, apparently. The company continues to migrate towards a modern user interface for...

Microsoft has released a new Insider Preview of version 19H1 of its operating system, with Windows 10 build 18272 landing in the Fast ring of the program, bringing a bunch of goodies. And to make things even more interesting, the company has also released ISOs for this version. This latest preview of the next version...

Looks like Redmond is at it again! The company, famed as much for renaming and rebranding, as it is for software and services has new codenames for Windows 10. Earlier this year we learned that the software titan was ditching its Redstone codenames for the operating system. Instead, a new codename that reflected the...

Sounds like resistance! It looks like not every IT professional is ready to make the move to Windows 10, with enterprise users citing concerns over migration security. In a new study, that is. A recent survey from WinMagic paints a different picture regarding adoption of the new OS in the business domain. It revealed...

Boy oh boy, Microsoft sure had quite an October! The company had a rather colorful launch of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, with the release plagued by several issues before being paused. Everything from data loss to problems related to the default ZIP tool that causes hiccups when copying from an archive to a...

That’s a resounding success, if ever there was one! Some three years since launch, more than 50% of businesses have made the move to Windows 10, the latest version of Microsoft’s OS. This, despite the fact that many are still clinging to Windows 7. Which still is the most popular desktop operating system in the...

There is evidence of a new Timeline implementation, folks. Looks like Microsoft is gearing up to bring this useful Windows 10 feature to another handy location. The web, of all things. Redmond has been working to expand its shiny new Timeline feature to more devices and places. It started with Windows 10 machines, but...

Apps and avatars, both. If you recall, it was back in May that Microsoft launched game gifting on PCs through its Store, promising to expand this functionality to include PC and Xbox applications in the future. The idea was simple — allowing users to send someone a game as a gift through the Microsoft Store. Well, as...

Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 19H1 build to the Fast ring of its preview program, and this version comes with a few handy improvements to usability. Starting with the fact that it now lets you uninstall built-in apps like Groove and Paint 3D. If they’re not your type, so to say. Redmond provided the...

Let’s start the new week with some solid security news! Browser security, that is. If you depend on IE and Edge for your browsing needs, then you better be in the know here. Microsoft is set to disable certain TLS versions on both of its web browsers. Now, admittedly usage of Microsoft browsers has been on the...