The company is shifting gears from its usual Patch Tuesday to push out optional patches. But why now, and for what reason?
The software giant says it's working on an update for the versions of its Surface tablet that used an ARM-based chip. But it will only have some of the functionality of Windows 10.
The next version of the Surface is meant to compete with midtier tablets priced around $500. But does it deliver too little, too late?
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We know Microsoft is developing a number of Windows 10 versions for use on different hardware. How they will each stack up is a work in progress.
Dropbox, Microsoft hope to win over more customers with improved work flow and compatibilty.
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Microsoft has said it doesn't intend to bring a single operating system to all devices that can run Windows. But if it did, there would be many interface issues to overcome.
Company temporarily pulls its recently released Windows RT 8.1 update for ARM-based devices owing to an unexplained issue.