Microsoft issued a firmware fix for the Surface Book 2 that stops the CPU from throttling at 0.4 GHz and has the GPU disappear.
Microsoft announced that it's expanding its Airband Initiative with the intent of providing internet access to 40 million people by July 2022.
Microsoft updated Windows 10 on October 3 to address problems with printing caused by the previous update. However, it reportedly caused a new Start menu critical error.
Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18995 to Fast ring members of the Windows Insider Program.
The new Microsoft SQ1 processor found in the Surface Pro X won't be the company's only custom silicon.
Microsoft has announced that it has developed a custom SQ1 processor in partnership with Qualcomm, as part of the Surface Pro X. It has a 2TFLOPS GPU and a 9TOPS AI engine.
Microsoft unveiled its second audio offering, the Surface Earbuds, here at its New York Event. They'll release for $249 sometime later this year.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Laptop 3 in two flavors here at an event in New York: a 13.5-inch Intel Ice Lake model and a 15-inch version with custom AMD Silicon.
Microsoft just launched two Surface Pros: the Surface Pro 7, an iteration on existing devices, and the Pro X, the next evolution with 4G connectivity and a sleek design.
We’re live from Microsoft’s Surface Event in New York City, where we’re expecting a Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3 in both Intel and AMD flavors, and an Arm-powered device.
Surprise! The KB4517211 update to Windows 10 caused problems for some users who need to print from their PCs.
Images of Microsoft's Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3 and a new Arm-powered Surface have leaked ahead of an October 2 reveal.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 users to create a Microsoft Account during the setup process harder than ever.
The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Research Team and Cisco Talos revealed new fileless malware that can secretly infect Windows systems.
Microsoft updated BitLocker to encrypt all SSDs, even those that claim to encrypt themselves, so it can help Windows users remain secure.
Windows Core OS, a long rumored, stripped down operating system from Microsoft, may be closer to release than we know. The OS has shown up in a mention on Geekbench.
Microsoft patched an Internet Explorer security vulnerability that enabled remote code execution on several versions of Windows.
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