There are quite a few ways to bypass the stringent system requirements of Windows 11 like those involving registry tweaks or using third-party tools. Recently, a new way to bypass has been discovered.
Rocket Lab to launch junk removal satellite for Astroscale
WingetUI has received a multitude of upgrades with its latest update. The new release brings performance boosts related to packages and CLI, new special icons, digital signing, and more.
Suggested nearly three years ago by a Microsoft employee, it looks like Portable Mode on Windows Terminal could finally be a reality soon, according to a recent pull request on GitHub.
Microsoft has released a new WinGet-CLI preview update today. The new Windows Package Manager release brings improved PowerShell modules performance, new experimental features, and more.
The latest WingetUI update has multiple improvements for both Windows 11 and Windows 10. The WingetUI is a third-party tool that helps to manage CLI package managers like Scoop and Winget.
PowerShell's latest version 7.3.0 has hit general availability. The new version brings a bunch of new improvements and is built on the latest .NET 7. Sadly, Windows 7 is no longer supported.
Security researchers have found that a utility inside Microsoft's own Defender anti-virus is being abused by LockBit ransomware threat actors to deliver malicious payload to victim systems.
Microsoft has released Windows Terminal 1.14 Stable and Windows Terminal 1.15 Preview today. The updates bring new features like Mark mode, scroll marks as well as multiple crash fixes.
Windows Terminal is a powerful utility for command-line tools and shells that bring together inbox apps like PowerShell, Command Prompt and WSL in one instance, today we'll put it in WinX!
Windows Terminal v1.12.1098 brings the refreshed Windows 11 UI to the general public. Alongside that, it also fixes a Windows 10 crash issue, rendering issue, a retro Terminal effect bug, and more.
Microsoft has rolled out version 1.13 of Windows Terminal Preview. It includes a new text rendering engine for better performance, the ability to launch admin profiles, and a revamped settings UI.
Linus Torvalds is not at all a fan of GitHub merges as he revealed recently in a response to a pull request. Torvalds thinks GitHub is mostly "fine", "but merges is not one of those things".
Apart from multi-instancing support in UWP apps, Microsoft has announced the ability to build UWP console apps. Both classes of apps will also be able to take advantage of broader file-system access.