For Windows users still running the October 2018 Update – otherwise known as 1809 – Microsoft thinks it's time to move to 1909.
Stories by Gregg Keizer
Resistance has mounted over the last several days to Microsoft's decision to change the default search engine of Google's Chrome to Bing.
IT admins can block the the search engine change using either a group policy or by configuring Office 365 with Intune or Configuration Manager.
The Firefox browser maker had more trouble creating revenue-generating products in 2019 than it expected, leading to the job cuts.
Microsoft's Chromium-based browser has officially arrived, no doubt bringing questions from users about what it means for them.
Microsoft has figuratively told Windows 7 not to let the door hit it on the way out.
Support for Windows 7 has ended, making this a good time to look at the highs and lows of its lifetime.
Although Microsoft support for the again OS ends this week, Google plans to continue updating its popular browser for Windows 7 until July 2021.
With the release of Chrome 80 in February, users will see "a new, quieter notification permission UI" that reduces interruptions of notification requests.
Microsoft has made more changes to its Windows 10 development model, changes that have implications for future releases.
Microsoft has revived a practice from the heydays of Internet Explorer, releasing tools to block the new all-Chromium Edge on Windows 10.
What good is extended support for an ageing OS if businesses can't find a reseller to sell it?
This marks the second time Microsoft has taken the upgrade reins since changing its servicing model.
The end of support in January for Windows 7 does not mean the end of support for Office 365 ProPlus.