Microsoft have started shipping the monthly updates as part of the newly renamed Update Tuesday cycle, and this time around the company aims to fix a total of 37 flaws in a number of software. Windows and Internet Explorer are on the list, as are other products like OneNote, SharePoint, .NET, SQL Server and...

Some pretty big milestones for Microsoft, a few notable changes, and an important new release. Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 is now available in developer form, while Windows 8.1 itself is gaining a lot of steam at Steam (yeah, I know). The situation in China, however, is far from resolved. Five highlights from...

And yes, the company is referring to this monthly patch rollout as “Update Tuesday”, which makes this the first time we are hearing this new name used in this sense. It also means that the classic old Patch Tuesday name, unofficial as it was, is no more. This advance notification for the upcoming set of fixes...

One more Microsoft renaming job. This one makes a fair bit of sense, though. Although Patch Tuesday was by no means an official name, the company used it for years upon years. In fact, this update cycle celebrated its tenth anniversary this past October. But a decade down the road, we are to get a new name,...