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.
Microsoft pushed new builds of Windows 10 to Release Preview members of the Windows Insider Program as the second major update for 2019 nears launch.
Microsoft said it "has not found a Search or Start issue significantly impacting users originating from KB4515384," a recent cumulative update to Windows 10.
Microsoft patched a flaw in Windows Defender that resulted in certain malware scans failing after checking just a few files.
Microsoft released Preview Build 18985 to Fast ring members of the Windows Insider Program, with the primary change being a new Bluetooth pairing experience.
Complaints about the KB4515384 Windows 10 cumulative update keep coming. Users have reported the action center and network adapters don't work after updating.
Microsoft referenced Windows Core OS, which is expected to lay the foundation for a modular version of Windows, in its support documentation.
Windows 10's most recent update not only failed to fix Windows Desktop Search, but also caused audio problems for some users.
Security researchers found a Microsoft phishing campaign that prevented automated scanners from identifying it as such bu using CAPTCHA.
Microsoft's chief legal officer said he believes the U.S. government has treated Huawei unfairly over the last few months.
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