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.
Windows 12? Windows 11 24H2? The naming roulette wheel continues to spin with a fresh rumor.
Microsoft has announced that after its end of life, you’ll need to pay for Windows 10 updates.
Windows 12 needs to be a hit – not just for Microsoft, but for the entire PC market – and it may launch next year.
Microsoft is rolling out Copilot to Windows 10 users now, but if you have a multi-monitor setup, you won’t get the AI.
A new Energy Saver feature is being tested which could beef up battery life, and also save money on running a desktop PC.
Code snippets show that Microsoft is working on allowing Android phones to be used as Windows webcams.
We show you how you can use one mouse in conjunction with Mouse Without Borders to control two (or more) computers
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