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 Black Friday rush is nothing compared to how Microsoft’s ugly sweater is flying off shelves.
Windows 11 is bringing an excellent stylus feature to a lot more users, as well as useful changes for Task Manager.
The highly streamlined version of Windows 11 is fully up to date and 20% smaller, plus offers the option of Copilot.
Microsoft’s reversal of course on Windows 10 not getting any new features has doubtless happened for a good reason.
Some reported bugs in this Windows 11 update are confusingly odd and pretty frustrating, especially in one case.
After a background blur option was recently introduced, Microsoft has brought in a background removal feature.
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