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- What really happened with Vista: an insider's retrospective - Posted on 2018-01-13
- Performance impact of Spectre, Meltdown patches on Windows - Posted on 2018-01-09
- Unix sockets come to Windows - Posted on 2017-12-20
- Microsoft adds an OpenSSH client to Windows 10 - Posted on 2017-12-12
- Windows Phone stymied by moving goalposts, just like Symbian - Posted on 2017-12-06
- HP, Asus announce first Windows 10 ARM PCs - Posted on 2017-12-05
- The Surface beast - Posted on 2017-12-04
- Microsoft is bringing clever tabs to every Windows 10 app - Posted on 2017-11-29
- "Desktop compositing latency is real and it annoys me" - Posted on 2017-11-21
- Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: lots of small changes - Posted on 2017-10-18
- Microsoft shows off its Fluent Design changes to Windows 10 - Posted on 2017-10-16
- Microsoft breaches Dutch data protection law with Windows 10 - Posted on 2017-10-14
- Microsoft finally admits Windows Phone is dead - Posted on 2017-10-09
- "Honolulu": Microsoft's new Windows Server management tool - Posted on 2017-09-14
- The next big Windows 10 update will be out on October 17 - Posted on 2017-09-02
- NYPD needs to replace 36000 useless smartphones - Posted on 2017-08-30
- Microsoft announces Windows 10 Pro for Workstations - Posted on 2017-08-11
- Microsoft Paint gets deprecated - Posted on 2017-07-24
- Microsoft extends support deadline for Clover Trail PCs - Posted on 2017-07-20
- Fastest way to delete large folders in Windows - Posted on 2017-07-18
- Mainstream support for Windows Phone 8.1 has ended - Posted on 2017-07-12
- Ubuntu Linux now on Windows Store - Posted on 2017-07-11
- 24-core CPU and I can't move my mouse - Posted on 2017-07-10
- OneDrive has stopped working on non-NTFS drives - Posted on 2017-07-07
- 32TB of Windows 10 beta builds, driver source code leaked - Posted on 2017-06-25
- Microsoft is really scared of Chromebooks - Posted on 2017-06-14
- Project Scorpio might be the Xbox's final form: a Windows PC - Posted on 2017-06-08
- What really happened with Vista - Posted on 2017-06-06
- Windows 10 'CShell' adaptable UI in images and video - Posted on 2017-06-05
- HP, Lenovo, ASUS to release first Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 PCs - Posted on 2017-05-31
- The largest Git repo on the planet - Posted on 2017-05-24
- Don't tell people to turn off Windows Update, just don't - Posted on 2017-05-15
* Hit by WannaCry? No one to blame but yourself - Posted on 2017-05-15
- Microsoft unveils Fall Creators Update - Posted on 2017-05-11
- Bash on Windows 10 gets support for Fedora and SuSE - Posted on 2017-05-11
- "Windows users should want Windows 10 S to succeed" - Posted on 2017-05-09
- Windows 10 S default browser, search engine cannot be changed - Posted on 2017-05-03
- New update options for Windows 10, version 1703 - Posted on 2017-04-27
- File system improvements for Windows Subsystem for Linux - Posted on 2017-04-19
- Introducing power throttling - Posted on 2017-04-19
- Windows Vista officially dead - Posted on 2017-04-11
- Windows 10, v1703 basic level diagnostic events and fields - Posted on 2017-04-05
- Review: Windows 10 Creators Update is a small major update - Posted on 2017-03-29
- Microsoft is infesting Windows 10 with annoying ads - Posted on 2017-03-17
- Blocking Windows 7, 8.1 updates for Kaby Lake, Ryzen chips imminent - Posted on 2017-03-16
- Windows 10 tip: turn off File Explorer advertising - Posted on 2017-03-10
- Windows 10 to get setting to block Win32 application installation - Posted on 2017-02-27
- EU privacy watchdogs say Windows 10 still raises concerns - Posted on 2017-02-21
- Microsoft hosts the Windows source in a 300GB Git repository - Posted on 2017-02-08
- The Windows for Workgroups launch event - Posted on 2017-02-08

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