Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 is its new OS, but one thing that had people asking questions was Microsoft’s decision not to offer a livestream of the event online.
If you can’t wait to leave sticky fingerprints all over Windows 10 you’ll be wanting to learn how to download the technical preview version; You'll need to join the Windows Insider Program.
At launch, Microsoft marketed Windows 10 as the Tesla to Windows 7’s Prius. But will you be driving off into the sunset with the new OS, or should you stick with the comfort of what you know?
The Start Menu is back as part of Windows 10 as well as a great deal personalisation that includes the new Snap Assist options and virtual desktops are also here.
The firm’s new OS has been named Windows 10 instead of the heavily rumoured Windows 9 or Threshold that had been pegged by most observers.
A prominent Microsoft leaker has revealed that certain Windows 8 users as well as Windows 7 customers won’t be able to download the update free-of-charge.
The beta version of Windows 9 is set to launch today at 18:00 BST at a low key event in San Francisco - but we want to know what YOU think. Are you excited?
With all the changes coming in Windows 9, it's easy to forget the humble origins of Microsoft's ubiquitous operating system. Let's take a look back at where it all began: with Window 1.0.
Privacy advocates have expressed their disappointment at the decision to veto a bill requiring the authorities to obtain a warrant before using drones for surveillance operations.