Microsoft has issued a rare out-of-band update to address the PrintNightmare vulnerability.
Could we be readying too much into this? Definitely, but we’re also keen to see Microsoft unveil Windows 11 and give the OS a refresh.
CD Projekt Red suggests updating your OS if you’re struggling to launch Cyberpunk 2077.
Samsung users should watch out for a Your Phone update that adds the long awaited Apps feature.
The Your Phone application for Windows is getting several improvements, so long as you use a Samsung smartphone.
Several zero-day vulnerabilities have been patched including three which are actively being exploited.
It’s based on the fluent design that Microsoft previewed back in 2017.
To implement the Initiative, the organisation is working with its major PC partners, Acer, Asus, Dell, Intel, Lenovo, SMD Technologies and Mustek.
The Brave browser is focused on protecting your privacy and you can earn money just for viewing adverts.
The functionality is only available to Windows Insiders right now.
Following the US ban, Microsoft has clarified that Huawei’s Matebook notebooks will be able to receive Windows Updates in the future.
The new developer-focused tool was debuted at Microsoft Build this week.
Microsoft has debuted another design update for Skype on Windows desktop, this time adding more of a mobile feel.
Qualcomm makes a move for the portable PC market.
Worried your SSD is about to fail? There are some warning signs.
Windows users with an Intel 600p or Intel 6000p Pro SSD might want to hold off on installing the Windows 10 April 2018 Update.
Microsoft has fixed Intel’s buggy Spectre/Meltdown patch with a patch of its own.