|Filed Under:||Technology / Microsoft|
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|Archived Since:||December 19, 2008|
Special pricing available over the weekend.
Taxes aside, revenue was up 12 percent, and operating income up 10 percent.
Redmond taking aim at registry cleaners, PC optimizers, and other dubious utilities.
Similarities to PUBG are nothing but good news for this online game's pre-release test.
Registry keys can also be used to selectively enable or disable the microcode fix.
Early prototype is being developed as a "Garage" project.
Windows patches are fixed, but microcode updates are causing even more trouble.
A few more decades-old bits of Windows are getting removed.
100 million people are already running the latest Windows version.
It’ll use the Signal protocol, also used in WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and others.
Blue screen crashes on decade old AMD chips seem to be widespread.
Intel, Microsoft, ARM, and others have responded. We dig in.
Discontinued USB adapter is the last nail in the coffin for influential tech.
TV's continued niche-ification means there's plenty of excellent tech moments to enjoy.
It’s pronounced “Q sharp.”
Microsoft claims that Snapdragon 835 systems offer the best of Windows 10 and the smartphone.
The fallback position from Windows phones: running Microsoft apps on Android.
From the archives: How this quartet nearly got fired for it.
To be frank, a system this expensive (~$2,500) needs to be more forward-looking.
Microsoft is aiming the new version at the highly mobile business customer.