For four years, Microsoft described Windows 10 as the very foundation of its ambitions. But that description no longer applies.
Stories by Gregg Keizer
Microsoft has begun telling companies about a variety of corporate features that have been baked into the browser.
Microsoft is offering a sneak peek of group policies they could use to manage the still-under-development "full-Chromium" Edge.
Microsoft has announced changes to its OneDrive storage service that will let consumers protect some or even all of their cloud-stored documents.
Microsoft last week took the strange step of slamming its own software, portraying Office 2019 as second-class when pitted against Office 365.
Microsoft has told the remaining users of IE10 that it will cut off support years earlier than promised, ending security updates in January 2020.
In the wake of the company's failed acquisition of Nokia's phone assets, Microsoft is reminding Windows 10 Mobile users that support ends this year.
Microsoft's decision this month to stop distribution of the fall feature upgrade to Windows 10 is only the latest sign of a broken update process.
'Personal computing would not have existed without him,' Bill Gates said of his one-time colleague.
Microsoft has constantly shifted its release and support timeline for Windows 10, responding to concerns and complaints from users. Here's how the OS strategy has changed, and what may be coming next.
With 'Site Isolation' in use, the browser should be better protected from Spectra-like attacks designed to steal info such as log-on credentials.
Intel urged customers not to deploy firmware updates aimed at the Spectre and Meltdown flaws because the updates caused system instability; Microsoft reacted with its own release – KB4078130 – on Saturday.
If you're using Microsoft's cloud-based Office 365 and the subscription lapses, here's how much time you have to renew -- or backup your data and move on.
Bill Gates, co-founder and former CEO of Microsoft, was the world's richest person in 2016, Forbes said today.
Finnish security vendor F-Secure released 34 pages of transcripts from the group chat used by the crafters of the Spora ransomware family. The transcripts give a whole new meaning to tech support.