Microsoft has long been accused off offering too many versions of Windows, even though most consumers are only able to choose between Windows Home and sometimes Windows Pro. OEMs are however not so lucky, and now Microsoft’s OEM Windows 10 offering for Redstone 4 has leaked (via Thurrott.com) and it seems Microsoft is set to […]
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Consumers looking for a more affordable version of Microsoft’s Surface Laptop can now check its latest version, which was released this week in the United States at a price of $799, or $200 less than the previous entry-level configu...
Microsoft has a plan to try to grow the consumer side of its Windows 10 PC business. More additions to its Home line-up and Windows 10 'S Mode' play a big role, a new report says.
There are many who believe Microsoft plans to make Windows 10 S the default version of Windows, with only those who really need the power of full access to their PC being able to unlock it by paying extra to upgrade. Till now, howev...