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Add That Retro Linux Wobbly Window Animation to Windows 10

Windows users: remember those weird Linux animations Ubuntu users went on and on around a decade ago? Ubuntu users can’t use them anymore, but

Slack patches vulnerability in Windows client that could be used to hijack files

On May 17, researchers at Tenable revealed that they had discovered a vulnerability in the Windows version of the desktop application for Slack, the widely

Latest Microsoft Windows 10 update offers good news for Apple and Android

Microsoft confirms it will no longer support Windows 10 Mobile (Image: MICROSOFT • APPLE • GOOGLE) Microsoft has finally admitted defeat and is ending all support

Personalized content at a glance: Introducing news and interests on the Windows 10 taskbar

It should be easy to catch up on the things we care about. Yet, we’re often stuck juggling devices, jumping between websites

Microsoft Office App Unveiled for Windows 10, Brings Features of

Microsoft has launched a Windows 10 app for their Office suite users, who frequently use the Web versions of the apps. The

FragmentSmack vulnerability also affects Windows, but Microsoft patched it

Microsoft has fixed this week a vulnerability that can cause Windows systems to become unresponsive with 100% CPU utilization when bombarded with

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with promise of Tencent games compatibility

Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with Tencent games compatibility promise and five bug fixes. This build is from the

‘E-waste’ activist gets 15 months in prison for selling Windows restore disks

A California man is headed for a 15-month stay in federal prison over “restore CDs” — disks that reinstall Microsoft’s Windows operating

Microsoft is working on a trimmed down Windows “Lean”

“This stripped-down version of the OS is missing many of the basic features that Windows users have come to expect, such as

Microsoft Releases Two New Windows Updates Containing New Spectre 2 Mitigations

As the saying goes —if at first, you don’t succeed, then try, try again. This is the mantra that Microsoft seems to