Microsoft announced today that it will be ending support for OneDrive on some older versions of macOS on February 1. The client will continue to work, but new installations will be blocked.
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The latest monthly report from Steam shows Windows 10 continuing its march towards 60% of the userbase, while Windows Mixed Reality continues to gradually chip away in the VR headset space.
Apple has launched its new Data and Privacy website in order to get in-line with the GDPR rules coming into effect on Friday. The site lets you download your account archive and delete your account.
Apple released a round of security updates today, including the Meltdown and Spectre fixes for Macs running older operating systems, including macOS 10.12 Sierra and OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
The latest statistics from separate firms indicate that Windows 7 is continuing to stumble in terms of market share while Windows 10 is steadily rising. Overall, Windows still dominates the market.
Valve's monthly hardware report regarding the Steam user base for July 2017 is now live. It shows a slight decline in the usage of the 64-bit version of Windows 10, and growth for Windows 7.
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It appears that Windows 10 user base on Steam is on the rise again, with the operating system registering an all-time high of 51.23%. Windows 7 faced a decline while Windows grew in user base overall.
While the market share report from two separate firms shows various contrasting aspects, one thing that both the reports agree on is the statement that Windows 7 is losing market share.
The latest Steam hardware reports indicate that Windows 10 has lost some user base and has fallen to 50.01%. On the other hand, Windows 7 has continued its uphill climb as a close second.
Latest reports indicate that Windows 10 and Windows 7 have grown in market share, whereas Windows XP has faced a considerable decline, and fallen below 7% for the first time, according to one firm.
Apple has updated the pricing and hardware specs for both of its Mac Pro models, providing updated GPUs and processors. The updates come as Apple confirms a new iMac Pro for release later this year.
After facing a decline for two consecutive months, Windows 10's user base on Steam has struck back, reaching an all-time high of 51.2%, ahead of the release of the Creators Update later this month.
According to Steam's report, Windows 7 regained some of its user base, while Windows 10 usage fell to 48.77%, a significant decline keeping in mind that it peaked at over 50% a couple of months ago.
According to the latest data from NetMarketShare, Windows 10 is now installed on more than 25% of all machines, which is a healthy 214% YoY increase. Windows XP, however, refuses to die.
In a statement, Apple has announced that it is extending the deadline for the enforcement of Air Transport Security (ATS) - that supports HTTPS server connectivity for data communication - in apps.
Valve has confirmed that it's "actively working" on SteamVR support for Linux and Apple's macOS, and says it hopes to offer its first beta for those platforms "in the next few months".
A new malware designed for macOS users has been detected by security researchers. It attacks users via a purported Google Chrome download, which instead installs a fake software to the computer.
Rocket League, a fusion between race cars and football (soccer), has been widely played by Steam users running Windows. From Thursday, Linux and Mac users can join in on the action.
Apple today released new security fixes for OS X and Safari, fixing the same vulnerability that it did with iOS 9.3.5 last week. The updates should be pushed automatically to users' Macs.
Microsoft today released the first 64-bit version of Office for Mac to the Production channel. Version 15.25 is available to all Office users, as Microsoft will no longer be offering a 32-bit variant.
Microsoft today announced that it is bringing the OneNote Importer tool to Macs, which will allow users to transfer their notes from Evernote to the company's own note-taking platform.
Microsoft today announced that it will be open-sourcing the Windows command line tool PowerShell. The company is making alpha releases for Linux and OS X available today on GitHub.
Valve has released the latest stats for hardware and software usage, indicating that Windows 10 usage continues to rise, now commanding a user base of 46.52% as Windows 7 continues to decline.
After releasing five developer betas over the course of almost two months, Apple has finally released iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. The updates do not contain any front-facing features.
Apple today released another round of betas for its bug fix updates: iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan, and tvOS 9.2.2. As the version numbers indicate, there are no front-facing features.
Apple today released new beta software for its next minor updates, which include iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2 beta 4. There is also a new first beta for Server 5.1.6.
With major updates to Apple's operating systems just a few months away, the company has seeded new developer betas for iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. There are no new front-facing features.
Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) today where it formally announced that OS X will now be macOS. A developer beta was released following the keynote - here's how to get it.
As part of Apple's announcement of OS X's name change to macOS and the unveiling of its new version, SIerra, the new operating system has officially dropped support for older Macs in the past decade.
Today at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, the firm has announced a new name for its desktop operating system, called macOS. A new version is announced, called Sierra, bringing in new features.
Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote is scheduled for later on today and we have a guide to help you watch the keynote on any device: Windows, iOS, Mac, Android or Linux - you can see the event live.
Apple today has released new betas for all of its operating systems, including iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, watchOS 2.2.2, and tvOS 9.2.2. Also, a build is now available for the 9.7" iPad Pro.
Apple has started a new round of developer betas for its operating systems, including iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. The firm has not released any updates for watchOS or Xcode just yet.
Microsoft's new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac includes better image layout controls, richer text formatting support, and will roll out to users in mid-May, with further improvements on the way.
WhatsApp has announced the launch of its new desktop app for Mac and Windows PCs - but the Windows version isn't a Universal app for Windows 10; in fact, it's supported all the way back to Windows 8.
Apple is reportedly preparing to ditch the OS X branding for its PC operating system, bringing it in line with 'tvOS' and 'watchOS' by rebranding the desktop-class operating system as 'macOS'.
Apple has seeded new betas for all of its operating systems to developers. As the version numbers indicate, the new builds mainly focus on bug fixes and stability improvements for their respective OS.
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.
After releasing a new iPad and a new 4" iPhone today at its event, Apple also released the final version of the next minor iterations to their operating systems, which have been in beta for some time.