Microsoft Fixes Dangerous Gap in Windows 10, Detected by NSA
Bart Swiatek, 15 January 2020, 13:49
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has detected a dangerous security gap in Windows 10 and Windows Server. The exploit made it possible for PCs to be infected a virus and have sensitive data stolen. Microsoft has already eliminated the threat with an appropriate patch.
Today, Microsoft Ends Support of Windows 7
Bart Swiatek, 14 January 2020, 11:29
Microsoft is officially terminating its support for Windows 7. The software will not receive any patches (even the critical, security-related ones), and its users will not be able to count on the support of the company's technical department.
Collapse OS - a System Pulled Straight From Fallout
Konrad Serafinski, 14 October 2019, 15:54
In a few decades, people will stop producing electronics, and at the top will be people who will learn to use dated hardware. This is a vision of the future from the creator of Collapse OS - the perfect system for the post-apocalypse.
Microsoft Announces Windows 10X
Konrad Serafinski, 03 October 2019, 11:43
On the occasion of the presentation of Surface Neo tablet, Microsoft announced a new version of its flagship operating system. Windows 10X, as the OS is called, is dedicated to devices equipped with two screens.
Next Windows Update Will Speed up Our Computers
Bart Swiatek, 01 October 2019, 14:34
Another major update of Windows 10 - 19H2 - should speed up its operation on some CPUs. The software will be able to make better use of more efficient CPU cores.
Former Microsoft Employee Explains Why Windows 10 Has so Many Errors
Barth Faryna, 25 September 2019, 17:46
A former Microsoft employee, Jerry Berg, published a video in which he explains why there are more and more bugs in Windows 10 with each subsequent update, and explains the reasons for this.
More Than Half of PC Users are Already Using Windows 10
Paul Wozniak, 05 September 2019, 17:50
According to the latest data, more than half of all PC users are already using Windows 10. Compared to the previous month, this is a 2% increase.
Android Q is Now Android 10; New Name and Logo for Google's OS [Updated]
Conrad Hazi, 27 August 2019, 12:00
The doubts have been dispelled and we already know what the new version of Google's mobile OS will be called. Android 10, because that's the sooftware's full name, is moving away from the traditional naming associated with sweets. A new logo was also introduced.
20-years Old Security Gap Discovered in Windows
Conrad Hazi, 15 August 2019, 15:54
Tavis Ormandy, a member of the Google Project Zero group, discovered a security vulnerability in the Windows family of systems that allows to escalate user privileges all the way to SYSTEM level. As it turns out, its origins go back to Windows XP.
Windows 10 20H1 - New Notification System and Other Changes
Bart Swiatek, 12 August 2019, 22:24
Microsoft presented a number of changes that will appear in Windows 10 with another large update, which should debut in the first quarter of 2020.
Almost Half of PCs on the Market Use Windows 10
Frozen, 02 August 2019, 16:27
Microsoft has reasons to be satisfied. According to the latest data, the share of Windows 10 among the operating systems available on the market is almost 50%.
Android - Google Will Introduce New Emoji
Bart Swiatek, 19 July 2019, 15:40
Google has announced that the latest version of its OS, the so-called Android Q, will feature several dozen new emojis. The images will also include those that will enable better representation of minorities, such as people with disabilities.
Mysterious Windows 1.11 is an App Promoting Stranger Things
Frozen, 09 July 2019, 11:51
The new version of the first ever Windows, which Microsoft recently advertised through social media turned out to be part of the promo campaign for the third season of Netflix's Stranger Things.
Windows 1.0 - Mysterious Announcement of Microsoft's Old OS
Bart Swiatek, 03 July 2019, 15:10
Microsoft has recently published a number of messages in social media, in which it „announces” the operating system Windows 1.0, which had its premiere in 1985. The action may be linked to the Stranger Things series.
The End of Windows? Microsoft's Vision of Modern OS
Bart Swiatek, 30 May 2019, 14:23
Microsoft presented its vision of a modern operating system. Among other things, the software should be secure, always connected to the network and updated in a way the user won't notice.
ARK OS – Huawei Registers Trademark for Proprietary OS
Konrad Serafinski, 28 May 2019, 12:24
Huawei has registered the trademark 'Huawei ARK OS' in Europe, which can only mean one thing - the Chinese company is picking up the gauntlet after tensions between Huawei and American companies, most notably in this case - Google.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update Officially Released
Bart Swiatek, 22 May 2019, 13:48
Microsoft has completed another major update for Windows 10. May 2019 Update will now be available on users' computers. The installation can be sped up or delayed.
825 Million Devices With Windows 10
ElMundo, 13 May 2019, 12:49
Microsoft is slowly approaching the threshold of one billion active Windows 10 devices, predicted a few years ago. According to documents published by the company, the current number of devices using Windows 10 is 825 million.
More Windows 7 Users Than Windows 10 On Steam
ElMundo, 03 May 2019, 10:56
Steam has just published a traditional monthly hardware survey, this time summarizing the preferences of platform's users in April. Noteworthy is the increase in the number of PC owners with Windows 7.
Paint's Not Dead Yet. The App Will Remain in Windows 10
Bart Swiatek, 25 April 2019, 21:45
Brandon LeBlanc from Microsoft announced on Twitter that the plans to remove MS Paint from Windows 10 had been suspended. Ffor the time being, the program will remain part of the new versions of the OS.
Microsoft Drops Forced Windows 10 Updates
Bart Swiatek, 05 April 2019, 18:01
Microsoft has decided to stop forcing users to update the Windows 10 OS. The latest version of the OS will hand over the control of the process to the user, enabling them to decide when to download and install new patches.
Windows 10 Will Introduce Update Rollback
ElMundo, 13 March 2019, 17:03
Microsoft will soon add a new function to Windows 10 - the ability to perform a rollback and restore the system to before a problematic system update was installed.
Windows 7 With DirectX 12 Support
ElMundo, 13 March 2019, 16:30
A rather surprising decision came from Microsoft – the company from Redmond has officially included Windows 7 OS into DirectX 12 API support. The effects of this decision will appear in World of Warcraft.
Microsoft Will Keep Supporting Windows 7. If We Pay for it.
ElMundo, 07 February 2019, 21:31
The official developer support period for Windows 7 is coming to an end. Microsoft launches a new offer, aimed at collective license users, to extend the support period, for a fee.
The end of Windows 10 mobile
ElMundo, 21 January 2019, 15:34
While the agony of Microsoft's mobile system - Windows 10 Mobile - has been going on for several years now, we have just learned that this is the grand finale of the system. Rest in Peace.
Microsoft collects players' ideas for improving Windows 10
Michael Kulakowski, 20 January 2019, 13:41
Microsoft has started to collect ideas from Windows 10 users for improvements to the system that would make life easier for players. Anyone willing to do so can submit their own proposals for changes and vote for other people's suggestions.
Android Q to receive night mode and new dev options
ElMundo, 18 January 2019, 15:10
Although there is still some time left before the release of the new version of Android, codenamed Q, the first unofficial distribution of this OS has already been released, and lets you to check some of the changes Google intends to implement.
Windows 10 will take up even more of your HDD space
Bart Swiatek, 09 January 2019, 14:00
The spring update for Windows 10 aims to improve the automatic update system by allocating additional HDD space on the user's HDD.
Microsoft tests new Windows 10 login procedures
Christian Pieniazek, 04 January 2019, 12:16
In the near future, instead of a password, Windows 10 will require you to show your finger or face.
Windows 10 is now the most popular Microsoft OS
Bart Swiatek, 02 January 2019, 12:42
NetMarketShare survey indicates that Windows 10 has become the most popular Microsoft OS.
XP and Vista no longer supported by Steam
Agnes Adamus, 02 January 2019, 11:22
Valve has decided to end any remaining support for Windows XP and Vista from January 1, 2019.