With Microsoft taking the wraps off of its "next-generation of Windows", creatively dubbed Windows 11, this week's column is dedicated to anything and everything we know about the upcoming OS.
Microsoft today announced Windows 11 which comes with visual and performance improvements. Along with that, the company also confirmed that Windows 11 will be a free upgrade for Windows 10 users.
Bethesda today announced that Doom Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online are being brought over to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 with enhancements. They will be free for current-gen owners.
During the Ubisoft Forward digital showcase, the publisher took a deeper dive into Assassin's Creed Valhalla, with gameplay, a new trailer, as well as the confirmation of the November 17 release date.
Today, Microsoft's free Windows 10 upgrade offer for customers who use assistive technologies has expired. The deadline for this offer was extended to January 16 a couple of weeks ago.
The free Windows 10 upgrade offer for users relying on assistive technologies has been extended to January 16. As before, Microsoft isn't verifying the eligibility of users applying for the upgrade.
More than a year after ending the Windows 10 free upgrade offer for the general public, Microsoft will finally end its extended offer to assistive technology users this Sunday, December 31.
After several leaks gave fans of the game hope that ReCore would receive some love after its launch in 2016, the full changelog details exactly what will be included in the Definitive Edition.
Besides getting a rating from USK, Xbox One gamers have spotted revised images for ReCore replacing the original version, which suggests owners of the game may have something to look forward to.
Microsoft has said that customers who purchase a Windows 10 S PC, and who use assistive technologies, will be able to switch to Windows 10 Pro free of charge, enabling them to install non-Store apps.
Windows 10 is still available as a free upgrade for anyone who 'uses assistive technology on Windows' - and Microsoft doesn't seem to be verifying whether users are genuinely eligible.
Microsoft's offer of free Windows 10 upgrades for those with Windows 7 or 8.1 PCs finally ends today. Did you upgrade your PC to the new OS - or are you happy sticking with old-school Windows?
As promised, the offer for a free upgrade to Windows 10 will end tomorrow, on July 29. Even if you don't want it, it's still best to upgrade and reserve your license, and you only have one day left.
Microsoft is being sued in the US and Israel over alleged legal violations relating to its free Windows 10 upgrades, which will end on Friday. Both lawsuits are seeking class action status.
In 7 days' time, Microsoft will end its offer of a free upgrade to Windows 10 for Windows 7/8.1 PCs. But even if you're not yet ready to move to the new OS, you can 'reserve' a free upgrade for later.
After some concern, Dona Sarkar confirmed today that while the free upgrade offer will end for PCs, Windows 10 upgrades will continue to be free for all phones that are eligible for the upgrade.
From Edge extensions and edge-to-edge desktops, to web TV, Android One more time, Universal delights, and Samsung's sucky SmartThings security, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
While its free Windows 10 upgrade offer will end on July 29 as planned, Microsoft says that it will continue to provide free upgrades to its "customers who use assistive technologies".
Microsoft today confirmed that the offer for a free upgrade to Windows 10 will end on July 29. Fortunately, with a little planning ahead, you can still get that free upgrade any time you want.
Microsoft has confirmed that its free first-year upgrade offer for Windows 10 will end as planned on July 29, after which those wishing to upgrade will have to buy a full version of the OS for $119.
Following the release of Office 2016 yesterday, pirates have obtained all editions and languages of the productivity suite and posted them online for all to download.
Microsoft has announced that those who have both Office 2010 or earlier and Windows 10 installed can get Office 365 Personal for $35, a 50% discount which includes all of the Office 2016 apps.
One of the most confusing areas of discussion right now is if Windows 10 will be a free upgrade, and if it will be gifted to Insiders. We take a look at official responses and answer the question.