You can expect bugs in a preview update, of course – but what you don’t expect is for such an optional upgrade to install itself.
Here’s an unpleasant surprise for Microsoft: Windows 11 is now losing users, and that could spell serious trouble ahead.
Did anyone still use Cortana? Well, if you did, the digital assistant won’t be around in Windows later in 2023.
Microsoft has added a nifty feature to view photos from your phone’s camera roll right in File Explorer.
The Bing chatbot will soon get a big update, and it’ll likely bring the change many crave – the ability to avoid Edge.
Windows 11 now has what might be its most useful widgets yet, but there’s a catch with getting them set up.
If rumors of Windows 12 arriving next year are right, Microsoft may take its foot off the accelerator with Windows 11.
Because Microsoft doesn’t validate product keys anymore – not officially – this could be a useful workaround for a niche set of users.
Never combine is here! In testing, anyway, so hopefully the taskbar will be a more welcoming place with the 23H2 update.
Apple has allowed users to swiftly force close unresponsive apps for ages, so it’s about time Microsoft sorted this out.
Microsoft is making it easy to get Windows 11 on a new PC with all your apps and customizations – but there’s a catch.
Ready for some new features coming to Windows 11? There are a lot of changes inbound, that’s for sure.
Microsoft could be turning back the clock, kind of, but there’s no need to worry about invasion of the widgets…
Blue Screens of Death are making an unwelcome appearance for some who’ve installed the latest update.
Microsoft admits that an odd glitch that causes internal drives to be detected as external ones also affects Windows 11.
Cyber-stalkers are apparently ‘rapidly exploiting’ this Windows 11 feature to spy on iPhone users without their knowledge.
If you made a wish-list of features you desperately wanted for the Pixel 8 Pro, we’re betting this wouldn’t be on it.