Operating System Archive

Latest Microsoft updates erase Word customizations, can break Edge, Outlook, File Explorer

An investigation by Ed Bott casts doubt on KB3xxxx being the problem, and points instead to an Office update that affected Office

Subgraph OS: A secure Linux for the non-technical user?

If you’ve ever had to configure an SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) kernel security module without the guidance of an administrator, you’ll understand why this recentinterview

Here’s how to get the iOS 10 and macOS Sierra public betas

After getting our first look at iOS 10 and macOS Sierra at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, we’ve been eager to get

Windows 10: The best hidden features, tips, and tricks

Now that Windows 10 Anniversary Update is out and millions of people are running it, let’s take a look at some of

Android antivirus apps are useless — here’s what to do instead

It seems like you can’t go a week without one security firm or another producing a statistic illustrating just how much Android

Browser Election 2016: Chrome leads by landslide

Chrome reached a major milestone last month when it was used by more than half of those browsing from a personal computer,

Windows 10 finishes first year on 1-in-4 Windows PCs

Windows 10 wrapped up its first year powering nearly one-in-four Windows PCs, a record adoption pace fueled by the now-expired free upgrade

Microsoft delivers Windows 10’s 1607 upgrade

Microsoft today began distributing 2016’s major Windows 10 upgrade to customers via the operating system’s update service. Labeled “Anniversary Update” in a

Should you upgrade to Windows 10? How Microsoft’s OS could be good for you

Is Windows 10 for you? Well, there’s a better chance that it brings something to your life than not, whether you use

Why Microsoft won’t hit 1 billion Windows 10 installs

At last year’s Build conference, Windows and devices chief Terry Myerson announced one of those “bold ambitions” that Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella