While Microsoft aims Windows 10 to be its best operating system yet, many people may considering to downgrade to Windows 8.1. This may be because the new operating system is not working as they were expected. If that is you, in this new how-to guide we go through three different ways you can go back to Windows 8.1!
As Windows 10 begins rolling out to users around the world, we take a look at the Microsoft Edge the new Windows 10 default web browser and its features. We also discuss what's missing in the new browser, what's coming soon, and what role Internet Explorer plays in the future of Windows 10.
With Windows 10 finalized, we look at some of the areas where users may find some problems and inconsistencies. We alsopoint out some of the missing features as we look forward to the final release and Microsoft continues to update its operating system.
One of the biggest problems that can affect productivity is battery life. In this how-to guide, we’ll look at some of the built-in features in Windows 10 that can help you conserve battery life in your device.
On June 30th, Microsoft surprised Insiders with Windows 10 build 10159, after only a day of releasing build 10158 to the Fast ring. However, the new build only include a few changes. Let's take a look at what's new.
Here is everything you need to know about Windows 10 build 10158. The new preview has just released to the Fast ring with a significant number of tweaks, changes, and improvements that brings this build closer to RTM than never before.
Here is what you need to know on Windows 10 build 10130. The new build has just released to the Fast ring with a number of tweaks, changes, and improvements that makes this version more stable and polished than before.
Here's what you need to know about Microsoft Windows 10 Preview (build 10122). It includes a number of new changes and improvements. Moving forward, we can only expect the operating system to get more stable and better.