Tthis week's PC release introduced several new features that you're bound to notice instead of under-the-hood changes to Windows 10. Mobile, on the other hand...
Those of you rocking a brand new AMD Ryzen build should head on over to the AMD website and download the v17.10 AMD Ryzen chipset drivers.
Microsoft will start throttling applications in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview (build 16176) to further save energy when work is done in the background.
The company also shared the list of Windows 10 Mobile devices the Windows Insider Program will support in the future and released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15204 for mobile devices.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update landed. Have a look at some of the new features, in pictures (mostly).
Microsoft has officially released the second major update to Windows 10, the Creators Update. Here's what's inside and how to get it.
The company also released Windows 10 Preview Build 16170 for members of the Insider Program's Fast ring.
We've noticed a few problems, especially with making text readable without having it take up an entire display, but scaling is still better.
Canonical announced that it will stop developing some of its multi-year projects, including Ubuntu for smartphones and tablets, its Mir display server, and the Unit 8 interface for the desktop.
Shortly after it released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15058, which addressed many problems found in previous releases, Microsoft squashed even more bugs with Build 15060.
Among the build's improvements are picture-in-picture support, more Game Bar compatible titles, and a bunch of bug fixes ahead of the Windows 10 Creators Update's broader release.
Microsoft pushed out its Windows 10 Build 14942 to Windows Insiders today. Although the latest build contains several improvements, it will result in higher RAM usage for most users.
Qubes OS version 3.2 was released with new management functionality, USB passthrough support, and a new Xfce4 desktop environment.
Microsoft announced that it has completed work on its Desktop Bridge, which is a software utility designed to port applications from older versions of Windows to Windows 10.
Microsoft has offered its free upgrade to Windows 10 for one year to the day now. This free upgrade period ends July 29 at 11:59 PM UTC-10, however, so if you want Windows 10 you need to act fast.