It looks like the latest OS from Microsoft, Windows 10, is now installed on nearly half of PCs worldwide, taking a 48.86% market share.
Don’t fix what isn’t broken should definitely apply to the new Windows 10 start menuMicrosoft has accidentally revealed a new Windows 10 Start Menu and it is a hideous thing to behold in an insider build.
Windows 10 users can now grab Windows Terminal in its early preview state and try it out for free. It could be a Command Prompt replacement
Let’s get one thing straight, even with its launch issues and privacy concerns when it first launched, Windows 10 (the pro version) is probably the
Microsoft has detailed Windows 10 update changes that will finally not force those updates down users’ throats