Smart. Microsoft has found a way to generate some nice side revenue from Windows 7, which is currently the world’s most popular desktop operating system. But one that is getting ready for sunset, with end of life
A survey has shown that companies are in no rush to abandon Windows 7 and upgrade to the latest version of the operating system. The world’s most popular desktop OS is good enough for many, it appears.
Sign me up, Scotty! Microsoft has been working to streamline Windows 10 updates these past few months, and the results of these efforts are now out in the open. Not only did the company marked the end
If you thought there were already enough versions of Windows 10, then this is going to be a fun development. Microsoft seems to be preparing another one. Called, Windows 10 Enterprise for Remote Sessions, they say, is
The folks over at AV-TEST are at it again. The independent German security institute has performed a new study to determine the best antivirus for Windows 10 business users. And the enterprise results have almost no surprises,
They’ve done it! Chinese technology titan Huawei recently announced a new service, appropriately called Huawei Cloud PC, which enables users to stream Windows 10 to their mobile devices. Essentially, this makes it possible for them to use
We making this trip again? Forcing new versions of the OS is something that got Microsoft into quite a bit of trouble in the past, but Windows 10 April 2018 update seems to be the same story.
Finally! It has taken a bit of time, but Windows 10 adoption in the enterprise sector has reached 48%, which is enough to overtake the former leader, Windows 7. Microsoft is sure to be pleased with this,
We don’t know when the successor is coming, but as this expansion of the HoloLens Agency Readiness Program shows, Microsoft certainly seems to be pleased with performance of the original device. As the software giant revealed, the
Windows 10 is going places. New ones all the time! AR smart glasses is the latest destination for Microsoft’s operating system, which is already powering PCs, phones, gaming consoles and IoT devices. Toshiba took full advantage of