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In what seems like the never-ending software update, Microsoft is once again throttling the Windows 10 Team update for the original Surface Hub due to feedback about a known issue.
Microsoft has announced that it's now rolling out the Windows 10 Team 2020 Update for the original Surface Hub in a handful of markets around the world. A global rollout is coming next week.
Microsoft has announced another update for its Windows 10 Team 2020 Update rollout, as it's now available for Surface Hub 2S users in Germany and the Netherlands, with other regions coming soon.
Microsoft today provided an update on its rollout of the Windows 10 Team 2020 Update, which is the version of the OS that's used on its Surface Hub and Surface Hub 2S collaboration PCs.
Following the release of the Windows 10 October 2020 Update, Microsoft has also announced that a new version of Windows 10 Team will begin rolling out to the Surface Hub 2S next week.
Today at its Ignite 2020 conference, Microsoft announced that it's finally ready to start shipping its 85-inch Surface Hub 2S collaboration PC, and you can pre-order it beginning today.
Microsoft today announced that the 50-inch Surface Hub 2S can now run Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise SKUs, in addition to the Windows 10 Team OS, opening up the device to Win32 apps.
Microsoft today released a new Insider Preview preview build of the Windows 10 Team 2020 Update, which is the OS that runs on the company's Surface Hub family of collaboration computers.
Promised to be out this year, it seems that Microsoft's Surface Hub 2X is once again delayed. Moreover, the videos showing off the product have been removed, and the product might be canceled.
At its Ignite conference in Orlando, Microsoft invited media and analysts for a private first look at its next collaboration PC, the Surface Hub 2. We got to go hands on. Well, sort of.
At its Ignite 2018 conference today, Microsoft expanded on its plans for the Surface Hub 2, announcing two variants, the Surface Hub 2S and the Surface Hub 2X, coming in 2019 and 2020.
Today, Microsoft unveiled some details of the successor to its popular business collaboration computer, the Surface Hub 2. It includes features like tiling, the ability to put four of them together.
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Microsoft said last month that its Whiteboard app - which debuted on the Surface Hub - is coming "to more Windows 10 devices this year... with exclusive capabilities for Office 365 subscribers."
Microsoft is now rolling out the Creators Update for Windows 10 Team - the specialized version of the OS designed for its Surface Hub collaboration device - bringing improvements and new features.
Microsoft announced several improvements that are on the way to the Creators Update for Windows 10 Team, the specialized version of the OS that runs on its Surface Hub workplace collaboration device.
Microsoft has announced availability of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 Team, the specialized version of the OS that runs on its Surface Hub, and plans for the rollout to be complete next month.