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Google reports zero-day exploit in Windows 7, Microsoft yet to release patch

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Microsoft has a zero-day vulnerability in Windows 7 that remains unpatched, Google revealed in a blog post yesterday. It’s one of two zero-day vulnerabilities that, along with one in Google Chrome, hackers were […]

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Microsoft to end Windows 7 support early if you don’t install its March update

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Microsoft really wants you to update your PCs(AFP) Microsoft has already announced ending support for Windows 7 OS by 2020. The company is now making sure Windows 7 users don’t interrupt official updates, especially […]

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Windows 10 will soon let you access Linux files from File Explorer

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Microsoft continues to build support for Linux deeper into Windows 10, with plans to make it easier for Windows to access files stored by some Linux-based operating systems. The next major feature […]

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Microsoft starts testing a version of Windows 10 it won’t release until 2020

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Microsoft has started testing an update to Windows 10 that it plans to release in 2020. It’s unusual for the company to test updates so far in advance, as Microsoft typically releases […]

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Windows 10 February 2019 Cumulative Updates Released With Fixes

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It’s Patch Tuesday and new cumulative updates are rolling out for supported versions of Windows 10, including the October 2018 Update, the April 2018 Update and the Fall Creators Update. The focus […]

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Microsoft Monday: Useful Windows 10 Features Coming Soon, Windows 7 Support Costs, Skype Blur Effect

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“Microsoft Monday” is a weekly column that focuses on all things Microsoft. This week “Microsoft Monday” features news about Windows 10 Update features coming this April, the acquisition of DataSense, Skype’s background blur […]

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Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with gaming improvements and free State of Decay

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Microsoft yesterday released a new Windows 10 preview with gaming improvements. The update bumps Windows 10 from build 18329 (made available to testers on February 1) to build 18334. These builds are from the 19H1 branch, […]

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Why ‘Windows Lite’ would be a bad name for Microsoft’s upcoming OS

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Microsoft has never really been good at naming Windows. For the most part, Windows names have been uninspired, boring, or just confusing. So, when rumors emerged suggesting that “Windows Lite” might not actually use […]

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