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Microsoft details the features it's no longer working on in Windows 10 and those it's removed in version 2004.
Despite extra testing of the Windows 10 May 2020 update, the rollout has already thrown up multiple driver problems.
But you do get 128MB of storage!
Windows 10 2004, the May 2020 feature update, is starting to roll out to mainstream users, beginning with 'seekers' and via certain business channels, beginning May 27.
Normally, Torvalds would pop into his local Fry's. But in these pandemic times, he ordered everything from Amazon. Here's the complete list of parts.
The same core Task Manager app that David Plummer wrote in 1994 still ships with Windows 10 today.
Eighteen of the 26 bugs impact Linux. Eleven have been patched already.
A team of researchers has managed to run 3D models from the moment that the comet hit the surface of the Earth, until the 110-mile wide crater was fully formed.
Don't blame Microsoft's war on open source all on Steve Ballmer, says former Windows boss Steven Sinofsky.
Advanced SystemCare is an all-in-one yet easy-to-use software to clean, optimize, speed up, and protect your PC and your privacy. The...
Google software engineers are looking into ways of eliminating memory management-related bugs from Chrome.
Hundreds of different Excel files have been used to trick PC users into installing a remote access tool that attackers can use to control their machine.
Clark Gregg, aka Agent Coulson from the Marvel Universe, belittles Apple's latest laptop. And especially one aspect of it.
Reworking work: When you return to the office everything will look very different, and that’s just the beginning of a set of changes to how and why we work in offices.
Microsoft Teams gains broadcasting features, new templates, and one-click Power Apps add-ons.
Need a rugged smartwatch but don't want to pay a small fortune for one? Blackview's new X1 is worth a look.
The majority of staff planning their exit also take sensitive information with them, research suggests.
Jet.com was critical to Walmart's e-commerce strategy and omnichannel efforts, but is no longer necessary.
Anecdotally, it has been clear for a while that enterprises are often leaving cloud storage repositories open due to oversight or error. Now Verizon's security research shows that the "error" category is on the rise due to better reporting.