Finally, anyone with Windows 10 will be able to take advantage of Windows Hello with a simple addition to their computer.
A zero-day vulnerability potentially affecting all Windows operating system versions 2000 and up is currently retailing for $90,000, security blogger Brian Krebs reported Tuesday.
IT admins can no longer block employees running Windows 10 Pro from accessing Windows Store, Microsoft's app store for Windows devices, as a result of changes instituted last month, ZDNet reported on Wednesday.
Windows 10 is expected to account for 20 percent of all Windows desktops by the end of June, according to data from Net Applications.
Security firm Trend Micro is recommending that Apple's QuickTime for Windows be uninstalled as soon as possible.
Google has released Chrome 50 and kept its promise to end support for Microsoft's Windows XP and Vista, along with older editions of Apple's OS X. For users of older operating systems, it's not just a matter of not keeping up with the browser Joneses but a matter of leaving systems that are much more vulnerable to attacks.
The free tool is the handiwork of Steve Gibson, a renowned software developer and the man behind Gibson Research, ZDNet reported today. According to Gibson, Never10 doesn't install any software onto your machine. All it does is work its update-blocking magic.
Friday afternoon, Microsoft gave Windows Insiders in the Fast ring a new build of Windows 10 for PCs and smartphones. The release included a number of long-awaited bug fixes.
On Tuesday, April 12, Microsoft and Samba engineers will issue a patch needed to fix what the team is calling a "critical security bug."
Reports of an excess of unwanted Windows 10 upgrades have popped up over the past week, an article at CIO noted. However, it's not only Microsoft that is to blame. Apparently, according to an analyst from the Directions on Microsoft, users should take some time looking in the mirror too.