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Windows 10 Gets A Light Mode With Preview Build 18282
Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18282 with a new Light Mode, better Narrator features, and other improvements.
Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809) Still Flawed, Inc...
Microsoft re-released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update on November 14, but even after missing its launch window by a month, the update has serious b...
Microsoft Re-releasing Windows 10 October Update (1809)...
More than a month after pulling the Windows 10 October Update, build 1809, Microsoft is re-releasing it to the general public.
Microsoft Adds Snapdgragon 850 Support to April 2018 Up...
Microsoft is now supporting Snapdragon 850 with Windows 10 build 1803, according to a data sheet.
Arm-Powered PCs Shipping with Unsupported Windows Versi...
Delaying the Windows 10 October 2018 Update forced manufacturers to decide between delaying their produyct launches or using an unsupported version of...
Sorry, Cortana: Alexa Now Available in Windows 10 Store
Amazon's digital assistant, Alexa, is now available as an app for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store.
OS Roulette: A Bug Appears to Deactivate Windows 10 Pro
People have reported that their Windows 10 Pro licenses have been mysteriously deactivated, with their systems telling them to install Windows 10 Home...
Windows 10 Preview Build 18277 Improves Focus Assist, A...
Preview Build 18277 includes numerous improvements to Focus Assist, Action Center,and other aspects of Windows 10 that aren't particularly flashy.
November Brings New Preview Build, But Still no Windows...
Microsoft failed to release the Windows 10 October 2018 Update during its namesake month, but it did ship a new preview build via the Windows Insider...