Microsoft Windows is the most popular operating system on the planet, holding a whopping 74% of the global desktop PC market as of 2023. The majority of those computers are running Windows 10, arguably Microsoft’s best version of the hugely successful OS so far.
Plenty of users are still rocking older systems with versions like Windows 7, Vista, and even the historically beloved Window XP. If you’ve ever touched a computer (and we don’t know how you’d be reading this if you hadn’t), chances are you’ve experienced at least one iteration of Microsoft’s long-running software.
Now Windows 11 is here, and Windows 12 is slated to arrive soon(ish) - so naturally we’re covering everything Windows-related on a weekly basis. Below, you’ll find everything related to Microsoft’s flagship operating system - news, tips, analysis, and more.
The free upgrade loophole that has been in place for pretty much forever is now being closed by Microsoft.
Microsoft expands on its Copilot update, with tons of shiny new Windows 11 tools that are sure to make the user experience much better.
Microsoft is rolling out an update to Windows 11 that brings its much-hyped AI assistant, Copilot, to the operating system. Here's how to install it.
Here’s what else is coming with today’s Windows 11 update – and there’s some big stuff aside from Microsoft’s Copilot AI.
It looks like Microsoft is falling out of love with Surface hardware – but it could lead to a better Windows 12.
While the Copilot AI is about to arrive, the big annual update for 2023 won’t be along until later in Q4.
Deep integration with Windows 11 means the Windows Copilot could change how you do almost everything in Windows 11.
If you were worried you’d need to upgrade to Windows 11 to enjoy Wi-Fi 7 speeds, well, this isn’t the case.
Microsoft has seriously big plans for Paint – and we’re impressed with what’s going on in testing right now.
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