AdDuplex has released the Windows usage share report for July 2021. Windows 10 version 21H1 is seeing fast adoption as it reached 26% usage share. Windows 11 is running on 0.9% of PCs.
At the Windows 11 launch, Microsoft introduced Teams integration. The company finally added Teams to Windows 11 with the new Insider build, and we took it out for a spin to see if it is any good.
Microsoft's latest Windows 11 Insider Build is causing Windows Hello to fail but fortunately, this is a known issue and the Redmond giant has provided a temporary workaround to fix the issue.
Microsoft today released Windows 11 build 22000.100 to the Dev channel with improvements to the taskbar UI and a bunch of bug fixes. As usual, there are also a bunch of known issues.
Windows 11 comes with dark mode, but Microsoft has still not added it to the Task Manager. Fortunately, a Twitter user has given us a peek at what Task Manager would look like with dark mode enabled.
Microsoft today announced during a Tech Community AMA that an LTSC release based on Windows 11 will ship a few years after the one based on Windows 10 version 21H2 ships this year.
Microsoft has acknowledged the new HiveVulnerability flaw found recently in Windows 10 and 11 builds. The company is yet to patch the problem but has released a workaround for the vulnerability today.
At the Windows 11 event, Microsoft said that the new store will support apps like PWAs, Win32 and more. Now, the company has made the Edge web browser available through the store for Windows Insiders.
Microsoft has released a couple of cumulative updates to Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring. The updates include minor changes and is rolling out to Insiders using 21H1 and 21H2 update.
Microsoft has announced that it has started testing Team's native integration with Windows 11 for some Insiders today. Given that it is still being tested, there are a few limitations to note.
Microsoft has highlighted numerous limitations in the design of the context menu in Windows 10 and detailed the enhancements it is making to its counterpart in Windows 11 to improve usability.
A new documentation published by Intel suggests that Microsoft is planning to roll out Windows 11 update to the public in the second half of 2021, as opposed to 2022 which was previously rumoured.
The new Windows 11 operating system brings an overhauled UI with rounded corners and new design elements. This article goes through the major features and changes Microsoft made so far in Windows 11.
After releasing mitigations for a cyberattack that utilizes "DevilsTongue" malware developed by an Israeli company recently, Microsoft says that it is cracking down on private-state offensive actors.
Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 21H2 feature update to users on the Release Preview channel. It brings WPA3 H2E support, GPU compute support for WSL and EFLOW deployments and more.
Windows 11 Dev channel build 22000.71 is now out with a bunch of improvements, including tweaks to the design of context menus to adapt to the design language, a new entertainment widget, and more.
Microsoft announced that it is redesigning over 1,800 emojis in Windows, Teams, and other Microsoft 365 services. The new emoji feature a 3D design and will roll out to Windows this holiday.
Microsoft has released Windows Terminal Preview 1.10 that adds a few new features. These include the addition of a command palette button to the dropdown menu, support for bold text, and more.
Microsoft today officially announced Windows 365 and Cloud PC, a cloud-powered virtualization service that lets businesses deploy, manage, and run Windows 10 and Windows 11 via the cloud.
Despite claims to the contrary, Microsoft says that its PrintNightmare patch works as intended. It states that security researchers who are calling it ineffective are using insecure configurations.
Microsoft is starting off the first Bug Bash to collect feedback on Windows 11 from Windows Insiders. The event will allow Insiders to submit feedback to Microsoft and collect achievements.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 beta channel build 22000.65, the first cumulative update for the OS. The update brings with it a bunch of bug fixes and improvements, but no new major features.
Security researchers are reporting that Microsoft's fix for the PrintNightmare vulnerability that rolled out to most Windows versions is ineffective, and can let attackers completely bypass it.
According to a FAQ document published by Lenovo, Windows 7 users will not be able to upgrade to Windows 11 directly and will need to do a fresh install if they plan to make a jump to Windows 11.
You can use picture-in-picture mode to watch YouTube videos in your browser on desktop while you do other tasks at the same time. Here's how you can make a YouTube video pop out in your browser.
Microsoft has announced that it is suspending the SQL Server on Windows Containers Beta program due to ecosystem challenges and usage patterns. It has recommended the Linux counterpart instead.
With Windows 11, Microsoft increased the minimum system requirements for users. Now, major hardware vendors have published a list of hardware that meet the requirements and will support Windows 11.
Microsoft has offered some further mitigations against the highly dangerous PrintNightmare exploit. The company has also given it a CVSS rating of 8.8/10, which almost awards it "critical" severity.
Microsoft has updated its App Developer Agreement to expand the definition of the term "games", include support for third-party commerce platforms, and highlight new responsibilities of developers.
Microsoft has emphasized that Windows 11 is built with accessibility in mind through new and redesigned components, services, and APIs. It calls this initiative the "modern accessibility platform".
An exploit called "PrintNightmare" is being investigated by Microsoft. It potentially affects all versions of Windows. U.S. CISA has marked it as "critical" as it can lead to remote code execution.
If you are not happy with Windows 11 or if you are facing issues on Windows 11 then there is a straightforward way to roll back to the stable version of Windows 10 without formatting your boot drive.
As expected, Microsoft has recommended that organizations start preparing for their eventual transition to Windows 11. It has outlined a series of steps to follow for a seamless transition.
Earlier today, Microsoft released the first Windows 11 build and we decided to take it out for a spin. The update comes with a brand new UI, settings, refined user experience and more.
As promised, Microsoft has released the first-ever Windows 11 build to Insiders enrolled in the Dev channel, bringing build 22000.51. The build does miss out on some of the announced features.
At the Windows 11 event, Microsoft said it will roll out the first Windows 11 build this week. Now, a tweet from Windows's official Twitter handle has confirmed 2022 as the date for public roll out.
The minimum system requirements for Windows 11 have been raised, if you have an unsupported system and still want to test builds then you can follow our guide to enroll in the program.
Microsoft has detailed a bunch of hardware-based protections that Windows 11 will utilize to allow organizations to operate Zero Trust models and enable consumers to finally ditch passwords.
If you were not sure about why you can't upgrade to Windows 11, you need to grab the latest update to the PC Health Check app that now tells users the reason why their device is not supported.
Google's Project Zero team has disclosed yet another elevation of privilege exploit present in Windows given Microsoft's inability to properly fix it in the given 90 days time frame.