Who can say no to a nice little preview build on Friday, just before the weekend? I know I can’t. Microsoft is here with Windows 10 build 18329 for Insiders enrolled in the Fast ring of the program. And it comes packing a few interesting little features. While there were some doubts whether the development team will...

The marquee event of the year is upon us! Microsoft has revealed the full details of the BUILD 2018 schedule, including the complete sessions list for UWP, Fluent Design and more. Basically, all the juicy details of what the future holds for the Windows platform, among other things. It was about two weeks back that...

The feature is finally here! Cloud Clipboard had been expected to come to Windows 10 for a while now, with talk that it would be featured in the upcoming Redstone 4 update to the OS. That was delayed and held by for the next version. Redstone 5, that is. And now there are signs that Microsoft is finally ready to let...

A new preview version of Windows 10 went live today, build 17115. And although it brings nothing major in terms of new features, Microsoft has introduced new privacy settings for the OS. The company actually highlighted a new section that is dedicated to user privacy. Emphasized its importance. These changes to...

It’s here! It’s finally here! After more than a month of waiting, Windows Insiders finally have a new build to play with, as Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 17063 for users to preview. This new version has just made its way out to the Fast ring of the program. As well as Skip Ahead. And it brings with it a...

It actually does! In a surprise move, Microsoft has just released Windows 10 Mobile build 15250, alongside Windows 10 build 16288 for PCs that arrived in the Fast ring of the preview program. And the mobile version actually does have more in terms of new features! This new version comes two weeks after Windows 10...

The question whether Windows 9 will bring along something major or just more refinements is a rather difficult one to answer. Doubly so with rumors that this version is on track to hit RTM status this year. Go back a year or so and most pegged the Windows 9 release date as late 2014. That is, obviously, the normal...

The work never stops at the House of Windows! And while we already have an idea that Microsoft is working on a couple of different version of its flagship operating systems (at least), some new details about what is in store for us in the coming months have surfaced. Redmond’s immediate priority is releasing a new...

Windows 8.1 Preview, rolled out on the fine Wednesday morning of June 26, 2013 has served its purpose, and then some. This public test version of Microsoft’s latest operating system was one of the highlights of this year’s BUILD developer conference. But it requires time and money to maintain it and keep this build...

Microsoft late last week made it official that its BUILD 2014 developer conference is indeed slated for April in San Francisco, while also hinting at some new product unveils at the anticipated event. Without offering any specifics, the software titan confirmed that we should find out about what is next for platforms...