Windows 10 hasn’t even been released yet but an alternative Start Menu has already been released.
FIDO 2.0 is being incorporated into Windows 10 and is already available in the Windows 10 Technical Preview.
VirusTotal, the website that allows you to upload a file and scan it against numerous antivirus engines, shared yesterday that it has been working with Microsoft to help solve the problem of false positives.
According to Microsoft, there were 12 million physical servers running Windows Server 2003 as of July 2014.
The Raspberry Pi 2-compatible version of Windows 10 will be available free of charge to makers.
Microsoft held a Windows 10 event to focus on the consumer side of Windows 10 and introduce some new hardware form factors. Despite the presentation problems, the technology they were showing off was heard loud and clear.
Mainstream support for Windows 7 ended yesterday and a week from today, we will learn more details about Microsoft’s next operating system.
KB3011970 which addresses Silverlight and KB3004394 which addresses Windows Root certificates were both pulled after causing a variety of issues on Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 computers.
Microsoft discussed the enterprise features coming with Windows 10 at a previous event and today invited Windows Insiders to learn about the coming consumer experience at an event on January 21, 2015.
Windows 10 Build 9879 removes 3 classes and introduces several more for MDM and more Windows information.
When Microsoft first unveiled Windows 10 and the Technical Preview, they severely undersold the upcoming operating system by making such a big deal of copy+paste in command prompt.
The Technical Preview for Windows 10 allows individuals to test Microsoft’s next operating system out and the company is asking for feedback to make the product better. It is also important to take advantage of this opportunity to direct Microsoft’s attention to missing features and functionality.