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  • January 16, 2020 16 Jan'20

    With support for Windows 7 ending, a look back at the OS

    With support for Windows 7 ending and Microsoft ushering in the end of life for the OS, tech experts and IT pros look back at its legacy of reliability and stability.

  • December 20, 2019 20 Dec'19

    Windows 10 issues continue with Autopilot update

    Microsoft recently rolled out a Windows 10 update to general users that was intended only for Autopilot-configured machines. After past issues, are users comfortable with Windows OS updates?

  • December 16, 2019 16 Dec'19

    5 end-user computing trends for 2020

    With Windows 7 coming to an end and more businesses developing cloud strategies, 2020 is set to bring end-user computing changes for IT. Here are five trends to watch.

  • December 13, 2019 13 Dec'19

    MS Unveils New Win10 Icon and More

    In a blog post to medium.com, CVP Jon Friedman talks about MS unveils new Win10 icon and the general icon redesign effort behind it all. Great stuff!

  • December 09, 2019 09 Dec'19

    China Says No Mo Windows or PCs Starting 2022

    China Says No Mo Windows or PCs Starting 2022, meaning that it won't use non-Chinese software or OSes after that date. Can the Communist Party order up a new OS that fast? We'll see.

  • December 04, 2019 04 Dec'19

    Windows 10 issues top list of most read stories for IT pros

    IT pros seemed focused on the latest Microsoft OS, based on our most read stories for 2019. That may not come as a surprise, given next month's end-of-life deadline for Windows 7.

  • November 25, 2019 25 Nov'19

    Thanksgiving Break 2019

    I'll be taking this week off from blogging, so I'll wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous long holiday weekend instead. Cheers!

  • August 16, 2019 16 Aug'19

    New Windows vulnerabilities reveal there is no rest for weary IT

    The two latest Windows security vulnerabilities reiterate the importance for IT admins to stay diligent when updating and managing an organization's operating system.

  • July 19, 2019 19 Jul'19

    MS 19Q4 Financials Offer Interesting Insights

    The latest financials from MS are in for Q4 of its fiscal year. The company continues to thrive, with Azure leading the way, but other sectors -- including Windows OS -- contributing to the bottom ...

  • July 16, 2019 16 Jul'19

    Despite Windows 10 issues, customers remain confident in OS

    The issues surrounding the latest Windows 10 OS update have affected some users to the point of annoyance, while others remain unaffected and unfazed by the continued issues.

  • June 04, 2019 04 Jun'19

    IT wary of Windows 10 adoption despite approaching deadline

    With the Windows 7 end of support date approaching, IT professionals must migrate to Windows 10. However, skepticism over Windows 10 adoption still remains despite the deadline.

  • May 06, 2019 06 May'19

    IE mode unburdens IT admins by running legacy apps on Microsoft Edge

    At its annual developer conference, Microsoft introduced IE mode to Microsoft Edge. The new feature will help IT admins run legacy applications on a more modern browser.

  • May 01, 2019 01 May'19

    MS Valuation Hits Trillion Dollar Mark

    On April 30, with a stock value at the market close of $130.60 per share, MS valuation hits trillion dollar mark. Now the question is: can MS stay there?

  • April 19, 2019 19 Apr'19

    Latest Windows 10 update issues cause more freezing problems

    This news brief details the additional issues around the April 9 Windows 10 update as well as provides a look at Microsoft's Edge browser, built using Google's open sourced web browser Chromium.

  • April 15, 2019 15 Apr'19

    With the new Windows 10 OS update, trust but verify

    The latest Windows 10 update, scheduled for late May, will give installation controls back to IT admins. In this Q&A, Dave Sobel talks about why that's important.

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