Windows 10

New Chromium version of Microsoft Edge now runs on ARM PCs

Microsoft has been working on a new version of the Edge browser for a while now, it was launched for standard Windows 10 in early January and the new version is based on Chromium, the same browser engine that powers Google Chrome, hence the name. The Chromium version of Edge actually works on Mac too. The news now is that the new version of Edge now works on the Surface […]

It wasn’t just you, Windows 10 search was down for some of today

It wasn’t just you earlier today, the built in search in Windows 10 was not working for some of the day, due to an outage on some Microsoft services. Microsoft said that earlier there was an issue “with multiple Microsoft 365 services.” with one of them being Bing. It seems odd that the entire search system depends on the functionality of Bing, even for local searches and that if the […]

Microsoft is pulling its Groove Music apps on iOS and Android

It’s nearly the end of the road for Microsoft Groove users, the company announced at the end of last year that Groove Music would end up being retired in favour for a partnership with music streaming conglomerate, Spotify. Today however, Microsoft is moving a little closer to fully shutting down Groove Music altogether, while Windows 10 users were promised the app would stay around this can’t be said for the […]

New Windows 10 update delayed, due to blue screen issue

Last week, Microsoft did have a new major update for Windows 10 ready and waiting to be pushed out, with April 10th as the day marked for the release. However some last minute issues with the release, resulted in an entirely new build to testers instead of a patch being issued out. What was the issue? The main bug was spotted in a release (17133) which wasn’t made available to […]

Microsoft Office 2019 will require Windows 10 to operate

Microsoft will be releasing the next big update to Office later this year and this week, Microsoft has provided some more information on what is required to run it when it is released. Windows 10 only First and foremast, Office 2019 will only work on Windows 10, unless you are using Office 365. Basically if you want to buy Office 2019 outright, then by the sounds of it, it will […]

Free upgrade for Windows 10 expires January 16th

Windows 10 has been with us for a little while now, and those who can recall – When the operating system was launched in the summer of 2015, Microsoft offered users on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 the opportunity to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, until July 2016. What many might not know, those who require assistive technologies could have still upgraded to Windows 10 for free until December […]

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 build 1702

Just today, Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 for Insiders and developers to test out. Build 17025 comes just a week after the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which brought new some new UI enhancements and support for 3D. What’s new? Settings When Windows 10 was first released in July 2015, Microsoft added a new Settings app, mainly to help people who had never […]

Microsoft releases video, showing off the new Fluent Design for Windows 10

Since its original launch, just over two years ago Windows 10 has come a long way design wise, but the biggest change to date is coming later this year with the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Microsoft has been working on this new update for a good while now and it adds back in the blur effects that we first saw in Windows Vista, in 2007. Windows […]

Microsoft issues security patch for Windows XP, also warns of cyberattacks

Today, Microsoft took another urgent step to help those users still using Windows XP and Windows Vista, with a number of security updates related to similar issues with WannaCry malware. Windows XP had its support ended back in April 2014 and since then the old OS, which was introduced back in 2001 has had a number of critical patches for security issues. WannaCry Just last month, Microsoft actually released a […]

New Windows 10 update might exceed some users data limits

When Windows 10 originally in July 2015, users on Windows 7 and Windows could get the update for free, which was generous on Microsoft’s part but the update was programmed to automatically download automatically, sending a lot of users hurtling over their broadband data caps. Microsoft naturally received a lot of complaints and now with the latest big update for Windows 10 around the corner, the company has said that the […]