Perhaps, one of Microsoft’s most popular software developers, Adobe, has recently announced via its Adobe blog, Adobe Creative Cloud will, “no longer support Windows 7, 8 and even some versions of 10.”
Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Microsoft sends outs press invites for October 2 event in New York City It’s that time of the year again. Microsoft has begun sending out press invites for […]
Microsoft has now backtracked on their original promises and will be extending the support cycle for businesses running Office, Windows 7, and Windows 10.
Oculus Rift owners with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will now need to upgrade to Windows 10 to meet minimum system requirements and continue enjoying new experiences.
Nvidia has announced that it will be dropping support for 32-bit operating systems at the end of this month (April 2018.)
The official Evernote app has updated to Version 6.11 on Windows PCs and tablets running Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. This latest update improves the drag-and-drop functionality, improves the loading of notes, adds a new zoom feature to the image gallery, and brings support for over 100 new emoji. Here’s the official release notes. […]
Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system. Surprise: Next major Windows 10 update might be called the Spring Creators Update The next major update to Windows 10 will be on its way in a couple […]
Last month, Windows 10 finally beat Windows 7 as the most popular desktop OS to browse the web worldwide according to Statcounter.
The Redmond giant released another emergency update for Windows that disable Intel’s mitigation against Spectre variant 2, which has been causing reboot issues and more.
Contrary to Intel’s reassuring statements from last week, Microsoft confirmed today that the security patches for Meltdown and Spectre will have an impact on performance on older systems.
In what may be a somewhat niche bright spot for Windows 10, it has been revealed that visits to US government sites via Windows 10 have surpassed Windows 7 for the first time.
Based on Microsoft’s Offensive Security Research (OSR) publishings, the company discovered a remote execution exploit that enables hackers to steal passwords saved in the Chrome browser.
In its latest Security Intelligence Report, Microsoft revealed that the majority of unprotected Windows 7 and Windows Vista PCs have no antimalware software installed at all.
A new study done by Spiceworks is showing that the attacks are driving more and more businesses and industries into updating older systems and adopting Microsoft’s latest operating system.
Microsoft may have released some updates to their Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile operating systems as part of their monthly Patch Tuesday updates but that doesn’t mean that they’ve forgotten about Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Both received security updates today which also contain a fix for an Internet Explorer 11 crash bug on […]
NetMarketShare’s figures for June 2017 are out, showing Windows XP increasing its market share, while Windows 7’s fell.
According to Microsoft, the recent Petya outbreak is not as bad as we thought as it only affected less than 20,000 machines, most of them in Ukraine.
NetMarketShare’s latest report is that those Windows XP losses have become gains not only for Windows 10, but for Windows 7 as well.