Google announced today that it will be killing off its Chrome apps for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The change will take place over the course of the next two years. Chrome OS will not be affected.
Malware are nasty programs that can create quite a havoc on our computers. As time passes by, they evolve exponentially. We would love to know your experience with these things in our latest poll!
The hackers that discovered a security flaw in Windows which allows attackers to bypass Secure Boot, are warning that Microsoft's current fixes are untenable and that the flaw might never get patched.
Yesterday Microsoft release two cumulative updates for Windows 10. Buried inside those were a number of critical and important security patches dealing with the Windows kernel and drivers.
Microsoft has once again cautioned developers to update their apps with the new age rating system or risk having them removed next month. The latest email includes private beta apps as well.
After disclosing statistics about Windows 10 usage yesterday, Microsoft has revealed some figures about its Insider Program as well, including a few nifty rewards for those enrolled.
Yahoo has announced a revamped Messenger app for desktop users on Windows and Mac. It brings a number of new features to the app including the ability to send photos and GIFs as well as "unsend" them.
NetMarketShare's numbers are in, and as usual, it's good news for Windows 10, which is now on 19.14% of PCs. It's still a long way behind Windows 7 though, which is on 49.05%.
In a statement to Neowin, Microsoft has refused to acknowledge any efforts to bring Pokémon GO to Windows devices, stating that the company values quality of apps on Windows 10 over quantity.
While the Windows Store does offer some fantastic titles to users, we take a look at the the top five Android games we wish were available on Windows Phone devices.
Yesterday's Patch Tuesday rollout upgraded Windows 10 to version 10586.494 but it also brought a big number of security fixes for all versions of Windows and Windows Server. Check them out here.
Rovio has announced that it is ending support for Windows phones and PC platforms, in an effort to shift focus to developing for Android and iOS, which will be kept "supported and updated".
The latest statistics release by Valve reveal that 95.50% of all Steam gamers are using Windows on their machines, and 44.96% of these users are utilizing the 64-bit version of Windows 10.
After supporting Windows Phone for more than two years, Kiloo has ended support for popular endless runner, Subway Surfer. However, fret not, a Windows 10 Mobile version is in the works.
Twitter now allows you to tweet videos that are up to 140 seconds in length, and plans to introduce the same feature on Vine. The company has also rolled out a new "Twitter Engage" app.
With Windows 10 installed on over 300 million devices and seeing rapid adoption rate from businesses too, Microsoft is making it easier for organizations to decide if they want to upgrade to the OS.
Microsoft has stated that it plans to update its Windows Bridge for iOS with more features this week, including support for new layout APIs, integration with CoreFoundation framework and sample codes.
Microsoft is opening up the Windows Hello platform to other OEMs. They'll now be able to build wearables and devices to sign you into your PC securely and conveniently, without a password.
Headlining EA Origin's "On the House" promotion this time, is classic Westwood RPG "Nox", which is available to download for free with no strings attached. The offer is valid for a limited time only.
A credible zero-day vulnerability is being auctioned off on criminal websites. The exploit can be used on all versions of Windows including 10 and can even supposedly bypass Microsoft's EMET suite.
Telltale Games has announced that it is bringing its gaming library to the Windows Store for both PC and Mobile. These games include The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Game of Thrones, and others.
After almost a year of Windows 10's release, the OS has steadily grown in popularity. With this, according to StatCounter, Windows 10 is now the most used desktop operating system in North America.
The latest data coming from Western Europe shows that convertible devices and detachable tablets have a bright future ahead, even as the overall PC market continues to decline.
Microsoft has updated the minimum hardware requirements for both Windows 10 Mobile and desktop editions. A couple of changes have been made to the display size and RAM requirements for devices.
Valve's hugely popular DOTA 2 is due to receive an update next week which will bring support for the newly released Vulkan API. The Vulkan API is better suited to run over multiple cores than OpenGL.
With the rapid advancement of technology today, the dirty tactics of tech scammers have improved as well. These people are now utilizing lock screens, deeming PC's useless, unless victims pay.
Logitech have a new ambidextrous flagship on the block. The G900 boasts quality, accuracy and great battery life. Let's explore if the claims are true, or just full of hot air.
Microsoft and Adobe are warning users against two zero-day vulnerabilities that are being used in the wild. Microsoft already patched its software with yesterday's Patch Tuesday.
Users of Microsoft's cloud storage platform, OneDrive, are about to have their storage limits cut. Here are a couple of workarounds for the new storage limits, which should help you get by.
If you were used to downloading your own Windows security updates manually, know that your days may be numbered as Microsoft is implementing changes and restricting direct downloads after May 10th.
AdDuplex has published its findings for this month's breakdown of Windows handset usage. Windows 10 Mobile keeps growing, while there is a new holder for the title of 'most popular Windows phone'.
Steam is best known as a gaming platform, but Valve is expanding its entertainment line-up through a partnership with Lionsgate, offering over 100 movies for rental, including some major franchises.
Microsoft's Q3 2016 earnings were disappointing according to investors and the company's stock has taken a quick dive. However, its future outlook is considered stable and encouraging.
Microsoft has pushed out a major update to Groove Music for Insiders, which includes UX improvements and feature parity across Windows 10 PC and Mobile, making it a 'truly universal' application.
Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home or small business PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software.
Windows Vista will stop receiving extended support in exactly a year. Microsoft shouldn't have issues getting people to move to a new version of Windows, like it has with Windows XP hangers on.
Adobe has released an emergency patch that addresses a recently discovered flaw in Flash. The vulnerability has already been exploited in the wild in ransomware programs and exploit kits.
If you were a fan of the classic 80's title Marble Madness, you're sure to find some feelings of nostalgia for Lightning Rock's 'Marble Mountain'. The marble puzzle title is now available via Steam.
Sony will be pushing out its version 3.50 update to the PS4 tomorrow. With it, PS4 Remote Play will be made available for Windows and OS X, a feature previously exclusive to Sony devices.
In a post-Build interview, the CEO was bullish on Continuum and discussed Microsoft's way forward with Cortana, asserting AI will pervade all points of computing and mobility, including cars.
Microsoft says that it will "introduce a powerful API" at its Build 2016 conference next week, relating to a statement that "Live Tiles are evolving with two surprises that you won't want to miss."
The tech giant has recently announced plans to retire the Chrome App launcher for Windows, Mac, and Linux users, one of the reasons being that not many of you actually use it.
Google is bringing the ability to multitask with floating windows, similar to desktop operating systems in Android N, and the feature can already be found in the latest preview version of the OS.
Twitter has announced that from April 15, it will terminate support on Windows for its TweetDeck application - a favorite among power users - directing users to switch to TweetDeck on the web instead.
Sharing custom-made websites will be even easier and more secure with Microsoft's Sharepoint Server update. Windows users will be able to test the update before it is officially released in May.
Notorious piracy app Popcorn Time has come back from the dead. The team behind the revival will not be actively developing it but will focus on bug fixes and making sure everything runs smoothly.
After reaching 100m active monthly users, Telegram has introduced channels 2.0. This update greatly improves channels, bringing features like admin signing and silent messages.
A new study examines the relationship between piracy and operating system usage. Interestingly, piracy actually helps Microsoft retain more Windows users as it stops them moving to Linux.
HP has just announced the Elite x3 Windows 10 Mobile phone. This is the most powerful Windows phone up to date and packs in pretty much everything save the kitchen sink in terms of specs.
The Russian government wants to force US technology companies like Apple and Google to pay taxes on apps and services sold online. It also wants to ban Windows from government machines.