New phone, who this? Microsoft may not have a smartphone platform to lean on anymore, but when it comes to phone features, the company sure is active. The new Your Phone app is central to turning the Windows desktop into a repository of smartphone activities. It allows you to send and receive text messages and...

Good, bad, ugly? You tell. Microsoft, in its steady effort to bring the Fluent Design system to all parts of Windows 10, has brought the design to one of the more used areas of the operating system. The sign-in screen. This, the company revealed in build 18237, the Windows 10 Insider Preview version now available...

Otherwise known as Redstone 5. Looks like development has been humming along at a nice pace for Microsoft, as the company has confirmed the official name of Windows 10 version 1809. It will be titled, the October 2018 Update. To the surprise of no one. The software titan officially confirmed the name in a blog...

What would you say to two builds a week? Well, Microsoft seems to be in on the idea, as the company has released Windows 10 build 17730. And it comes with some good stuff. This latest release has seen daylight just three days after build 17728 made its way out. You may recall that the previous build came with the...

Not your phone, but Your Phone. A feature that connects your smartphone with the operating system, opening up new possibilities. Windows 10 build 17728 brings the taste. This new option allows you to make calls, send and receive messages, and more. It can even interact with your photo gallery. And if this feature...

Microsoft is busy with its BUILD 2018 conference, which kicked off today. Busy with announcing exciting new Windows 10 features that are coming to mobile platforms. Namely, Android and iOS. This has been made possible by the fact that Microsoft Launcher has picked up support for Windows Timeline, and the feature...