Want to claim your free upgrade to Windows 10 but cannot even reserve? There may be a problem and Microsoft and the community are here to help. We have compiled the most popular fixes to get you started in case the KB3035583 / Windows 10 Reservation update fails to initiate.
A Microsoft employee has posted a quick video showing the company's internal install rate counter for Windows 10, showing that there are a lot of folks downloading and upgrading their operating system today.
The folks at LaptopMag took some time to compare Microsoft's latest offering, [Windows 10], and Apple's upcoming OS, OS X El Capitan. In the end, they were able to conclude that Windows 10 came out in the lead in several big ways.
Microsoft has released the non-beta versions of its Office Mobile apps made for Windows 10 tablets alongside the launch of the new operating system. It also confirmed that Office 2016 for Windows desktops will be available sometime in September.
People who have a PC with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and Windows Media Center installed will be able to automatically download the new DVD Player app for Windows 10 for free when they upgrade to Microsoft's latest operating system.
Windows 10 is Microsoft's all new operating system and with everything new comes questions and problems. We're here to help whether you're a beginner, pro or somewhere in between. You'll find all our help, tips and tricks posts right here.
Microsoft has announced that it will allow Windows 10 PCs and tablets to purchases Windows Store apps via carrier billing later in 2015, which is something that's already available for Windows Phone devices.
There is no such as thing as too many backups. If you can make a backup of the backup, do it. Luckily, Windows makes it super easy to make an exact copy of your entire computer using the System Image Backup utility. Never used it before? We'll explain what it does and how to use it. What is image backup? The image backup feature in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 includes a bit-by-bit...
There's no doubt that Microsoft's Windows 10 rollout is quite the massive undertaking, but a new report from Dan Rayburn on the Streaming Media Blog is helping to put things in perspective, claiming that Microsoft has already passed the 10Tb/s mark for traffic.