Microsoft Windows 10 operating system
- October 13, 2016
MobileIron Bridge, a new add-on service, expands IT's Windows 10 application deployment options. Admins can now deploy and manage legacy applications via enterprise mobility management.
- September 28, 2016
It's been two months since the free upgrade program ended. Though the installation count of Win10 hits 400M users, adoption rates are slowing dramatically.
- September 27, 2016
Despite the well-documented decline of the PC market, opportunities around 2-in-1s, niche markets and Windows 10 arise to keep businesses buying new computers.
- September 26, 2016
The upcoming Windows Defender Application Guard feature in Microsoft's Windows 10 Edge browser will help IT departments protect against malware from compromised websites.
- September 26, 2016
Windows Upgrade Analytics for Win10 makes telemetry data available inside organizations to help them get a grip on in-house Win10 upgrades and deployments.
- September 14, 2016
A footnote to a recent MS email blast reveals Windows 10 Anniversary Update on 3 month schedule, thanks to Mary Jo Foley at ZDNet.
- September 03, 2016
Looking at Windows Marketshare Jul-Aug 2016, we see Windows 7 holding steady, 10 continuing upward, and other versions declining.
- August 31, 2016
More in-depth capabilities for managing the Windows 10 lifecycle are coming to the new unified endpoint management feature in VMware's workspace suite.
- August 29, 2016
Despite a mandate to update by 2017, are US DoD Win10 rollout deadlines slipping into 2018? Looks likely!
- August 15, 2016
Windows 10 Pro admins get an unwelcome surprise when they install the Anniversary Update; they lose out on the ability to block third-party applications.
- August 12, 2016
As of August 11, 2016 MS has updated its TechNet Article: Win10 Deployment Tools with new information and coverage.
- August 10, 2016
For older Windows versions, MS offers online "fix-it" tools to address tricky issues. In Windows 10 Fix-Its MIA (missing in action) is the norm. Here's why.
- August 04, 2016
MS gave users 30 days to roll back to the old OS if they didn't like the new one. The Win10 OS Rollback is cut to 10 days in the Anniversary update.
- August 01, 2016
NTFS filenames have been limited to 260 characters in length, but a new Local Group Policy option in the Anniversary Update removes that restriction.
- July 25, 2016
Microsoft fires off its next Windows 10 RTM in the form of a slow-flow Anniversary Update. It is staggered across the user base, so some will have to wait.