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Windows 10 Leads PC Shipments Back To Growth

Ladies and gentlemen, we have the first PC sales growth in six years. And we can thank Windows 10 for that, as the operating system is said to have generated an upgrade cycle that helped lift the

Has Microsoft Started Ending Windows 7 Support?

It’s no big secret that Microsoft wants to see Windows 7 gone. But since support for this old OS is set to last until January 2020, the company can’t really do anything. The popular operating system was

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Market Share Now At 90%

And just in the nick of time, too! Microsoft is all set to release the next major version of its flagship OS, but in the meantime, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is charting new heights. Heights of

Is Microsoft Forcing Windows 10 Upgrades Once Again?

A strategy that has already backfired for Microsoft may be at play again! There are reports that the software titan is forcing upgrades to Windows 10 on some PCs. Without user authorization. This story cites a number

PC Holiday Shipments Rise For The First Time In 6 Years

Good news! For the first time in six years, things are looking up! PC shipments have been declining since 2011, but the 2017 holidays season brought good news for the longsuffering market. Signaling perhaps the winds of

Apple Insists The iPad Can Replace A PC

Well, if you say so. Microsoft has made a big deal of the fact that the iPad is a tablet, not a device that can replace the productivity that users get from a PC. But Apple is

The HP EliteOne 1000 G1 All-In-One Means Business

Alongside announcing two new EliteBook PCs, HP also made official the EliteOne 1000 G1 AIO, which is designed as an all-in-one for business users, and comes with a selection of unique solutions. The company has placed this

Microsoft All Set To Democratize Virtual Reality

The VR competition is as strong as ever, but that is not stopping Microsoft from diving headfirst into the field. In fact, Redmond is so confident that it believes it is set to democratize virtual reality. In

Windows 10 Build 16275 Now Out

Surprise!? It’s been only a couple of days since the last release, but Microsoft has unleashed a new build into the Fast ring, that being Windows 10 for PCs build 16275. It arrives right after another one

PC Sales Go Down, Windows XP Blamed Once Again

The retirement of Windows XP is, once again, the talking point as PC shipments across the globe dropped by significant margins in the first quarter of 2015. Data published by IDC reveals that sales of computer hardware