Category: Microsoft

Microsoft is Reportedly Developing a $400 Surface to Compete with the iPad

A report out of Bloomberg suggests Microsoft is currently developing a new Surface-branded tablet that will directly compete with Apple’s iPad at the $400 price point. The report notes the inclusion of Intel processors and […]

Microsoft is Testing a Cloud Clipboard and Other Features in Windows 10

A new Insiders build of Windows 10 (labeled 17666) is beginning to roll out to those in the Fast ring, and Microsoft has noted quite a few changes users can expect to see after installing […]

Microsoft Previews ‘Sets’ for Windows 10 and New Alt-Tab Experience

At Build 2018, Microsoft previewed its upcoming Sets feature for Windows 10 in more detail. We previously learned of the feature in some initial Redstone 5 builds, and now we have a better idea of […]

Microsoft Timeline Expanding to Both iOS and Android

After initially unveiling the feature yesterday, Microsoft on stage at Build 2018 formally announced Timeline would be coming to Android via the Microsoft Launcher. With the tap of a button, users will be able to […]

Microsoft is Bringing Windows Timeline to its Android Launcher

During its Build 2018 developers conference in Seattle, Microsoft announced it will be bringing Timeline to its Android home screen replacement, Microsoft Launcher (via Neowin). If you recall, the feature allows users to go back […]

Microsoft Will Soon Let You Mirror Your Phone on Your Windows 10 PC

At its Build 2018 developers conference this week, Microsoft has announced a new app for Windows 10 called “Your Phone.” Shipping in the next major upgrade for the operating system which will likely arrive this […]

Microsoft’s Next Windows 10 Upgrade is Coming April 30th

Microsoft has announced its next major Windows 10 upgrade, known as the “Windows 10 April 2018 Update,” is officially arriving this Monday, April 30th. The company made the announcement following a delay in release which […]

Apple Finally Makes iTunes Available in the Microsoft Store

After nearly a year’s worth of waiting, Apple has finally launched iTunes in the Microsoft Store. The app is available to anyone running Windows 10, including those with Windows 10 S who, up until now, […]

Microsoft is Gonna Try to Make a Lighter Version of Windows 10 Again

Microsoft has been trying to make its Windows 10 operating system lighter for less-powerful PCs for some time. Its initial offering, Windows 10 S, didn’t go over well due to the lack of support for […]

Microsoft’s Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 Delayed Due to Blue Screen of Death Issues

Last month, it was announced that Microsoft would release its next major upgrade for Windows 10 in April, likely calling it the Spring Creators Update. Recent rumors suggested the software would arrive on April 10th, […]

Microsoft to Launch USB-C Dongle for Surface Pro ‘Later This Year’

Remember how when Microsoft announced the Surface Pro last year, they also unveiled a dongle that would give you a USB-C port? Originally, the company said this accessory would launch later in 2017, but they’ve […]

Microsoft Brings Edge to iPads and Android Tablets with New Update

Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to its Edge browser for mobile that includes support for Apple’s iPads and Android tablets. The update was initially previewed with beta users of the app on […]

Microsoft Edge Adds iPad Support in Latest Beta

Microsoft has released another beta version of its Edge browser for iOS, and in the update comes support for the iPad. Before, users were limited to using the browser on their standard 16:9 iPhone or […]

Microsoft Will Release the Windows 10 Spring 2018 Update in April

Microsoft’s spring 2018 update for Windows 10 will be released this April. Word first came in of the news via a Microsoft blog post that was just updated today to reveal when Redstone 4, the […]

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is Getting Loaded with Microsoft’s Apps

Last year, Samsung allowed Microsoft to sell a custom version of its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus from its store that came with all its bloatware on board. You name it, Word, Excel, PowerPoint – […]

Microsoft is Releasing a Windows 10 ‘Spring Creators Update’ to the Surprise of No One

After naming its last two major Windows 10 updates Creators Updates, Microsoft is sticking with its tired naming scheme and name its next upgrade, currently scheduled for release this spring, the Spring Creators Update. The […]

Microsoft to Discontinue Windows 10 S in Favor of Simplified ‘S Mode’

Microsoft’s Windows 10 S operating system, a lighter and more secure version of Windows 10 that can only run apps from the Microsoft Store, has begun making its way onto various low-end PCs, but that […]