Microsoft is building a new version of Windows 10, codenamed Polaris, for traditional PC form factors that strips out legacy components in favor of a more modern OS. Last September, I exclusively revealed “Windows Core […]
Using Windows 10 with an Android or iPhone is about to get a lot easier, as Microsoft is bringing its Edge web browser to those phones starting today. In a surprise announcement, Microsoft said its […]
Microsoft is rebranding its popular Android launcher. The company’s Android launcher was previously called Arrow Launcher, but it’s now being rebranded to Microsoft Launcher. The rebrand also includes a new logo for the launcher which […]
The next update of Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update, will be available worldwide October 17. With the Fall Creators Update we are introducing some fun, new ways to get creative. As part of the […]
Microsoft is killing off Windows Phone 8.1 support today, more than three years after the company first introduced the update. The end of support marks an end to the Windows Phone era, and the millions […]
Windows 10 doesn’t behave like the Windows of yesteryear. Instead of a monolithic operating system replaced by a successor in a year or two, it€™s more of a living, breathing entity€”one that€™s constantly changing with the release of massive new named updates. The most high-profile example was 2016â€™s Anniversary Update, which added features like the Bash Shell, a dark theme, Windows Ink, Xbox Play Anywhere, and a whole, whole lot more.
Microsoft’s latest update to windows 10 brings a bunch of cool features that range from legit improvements to interesting novelties, and it will begin beaming down from the mothership next week. But you can actually download it today.