Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Media Center is dead and that the company will not be updating the software with Windows 10; there is no direct replacement coming either.
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It's no secret that there are apps in the Google Play store that have malicious intent and with Microsoft's new app porting tools, the company is making sure these apps don't make the jump too.
Microsoft has announced at BUILD 2015 that Windows 10 for the PC will be released at a different time than the version for the phone and that Xbox One and Hololens will be separate releases too.
At Build 2015, Microsoft showed off a few design concepts for Windows 10 that shows the designs that inspired the version of Windows the company will release later this year.
Microsoft has created a new website that takes an old carnival game and attempts to use machine learning to guess your age; you can try it out right now.
Microsoft announced at Build 2015 that they will have one billion devices running Windows 10 in 2-3 years, but digging into the numbers, the achievement wouldn't be all that impressive.
Earlier today, Microsoft released a new preview of Windows 10, build 10074. For those of you who do not want to install the build but are curious what it looks like, we have a gallery after the jump.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10, build 10074, and this version comes with an ISO release as well; download links posted after the jump.
Microsoft has announced the name for its new browser, Edge and now we know what the new logo will look like when the browser ships later this year.
Microsoft has announced that a new build will be coming out today; the exact time of the release has not been announced but we will let you know when it arrives.
Microsoft has announced four new SDKs that will make bringing Android, iOS, .NET and web apps to the Windows Store a much easier process - and they will be available in the very near future.
Microsoft has announced today several updates to the Windows Store that will help make it easier for developers to distribute apps with the new store in Windows 10.
Microsoft said at its Build conference today that it hopes to have one billion Windows 10 devices out in the market within 2-3 years which is a lofty but obtainable goal.
A new build of WIndows 10 has leaked, and this time around it is 10102 and comes from China; be aware though that this build is not of the same quality as the Insider ones.
We are here in San Francisco gearing up for BUILD 2015 which will bring with it many announcements that will shape the future of Windows and it's many variants.