Thanks to a posting on MSDN, Microsoft has confirmed that the kernel will jump from 6.4 to 10 which is a large jump and could impact some software once the change is rolled out.
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Microsoft's head of the Windows Insider program has said that the company plans to hold off on releasing the 9879 build of Windows 10 for the 'slow' ring users until early next week.
Microsoft has been releasing Cortana vs Siri commercials for some time and the latest version goes after the iPhone 6 and how Siri has not been improved with iOS 8.
Microsoft has had a rough time this week when it comes to outages with Azure, the Windows Store and even Bing being knocked offline which is an alarming trend the company can't afford to continue.
According to the latest bits of information about newer builds of Windows 10, the kernel version is showing up as 10.0 which is a huge jump from 6.4 in the previous builds
Microsoft quietly updated its App store policies recently and the change affects the cut that Microsoft will take on app store sales and the change works against developers.
Windows 10 will bring with it many new features and for business, the Windows Store will be getting a few new updates that will make it easier for IT managers and the like.
On Black Friday, stores across the US try to entice you to venture out at ungodly hours of the morning and if you are in the market for a low-priced notebook, staples has one on-sale for $99.
Microsoft has created a custom solution for the NFL that allows teams to view images and interactive content on the sidelines of every game and we got to spend a little bit of time with it.
Mozilla has announced a significant shift in their browser strategy that has seen them team up with Google for searching but that comes to an end as Yahoo! will now be the default engine.
This Saturday, November 22nd, the Xbox One will turn one year old and Microsoft is celebrating that event with giveaways for everyone and a few gift bundles for random winners too.
An EA executive has stated that Microsoft is catching up to Sony's PlayStation 4 in terms of sales, which is likely related to the Xbox One's recent price cuts and bundles.
Microsoft's Cloud platform, Azure, has been hit with another widespread outage that is impacting customers across the globe.
If you have a Surface Pro 3, Microsoft has detailed the next update that will be coming to the device that will fix a few bugs and improve the overall experience.
Microsoft's unofficial mascot, Clippy, is a hero on campus and (secretly) in our hearts. It was once the hated personal assistant that didn't learn, now a bit of an icon, and I got to become Clippy.