Microsoft has finally confirmed you don’t need to safely eject a flash drive before ripping it out (at least when it’s not writing).
The future is eternal, shiny and Chrome. Here’s a first look at Microsoft’s Chromium-powered Edge – a Chrome browser with Microsoft touches slapped on.
It seems humans aren’t obsolete just yet in the digital world. Microsoft has decided to use security experts instead of AI to detect threats to your systems.
It’s taken three and a half years, but Windows 10 has now officially passed Windows 7 in usage share. But many are still on the soon-to-be obsolete OS.
Whether you’re for or against it, Microsoft has gone through with it. GitHub, the popular code-sharing and collaboration service, has been fully purchased.
The age of Microsoft Edge may be here for SysAdmins. Here’s why it might be time to finally switch over from Chrome or Firefox.
Microsoft researchers have found a way to add file systems to DNA, bringing the reality of DNA data storage a few steps closer.
Microsoft has expanded it’s already mammoth presence, with its Azure service drawing in double the profit it did just a year ago.
Microsoft recently claimed ‘no known ransomware’ would run on Windows 10 S. Which would be great… if it were true.
Keeping your data safe on cloud storage is a great way to insulate your business against data loss. Here’s how to perform a cloud backup with BackupAssist.
What’s in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? Try new and updated security features, MR headset support, and a beloved Win 8.1 feature being brought back.
Found any kind of Windows flaw? Then you could be able to claim a big bounty from Microsoft, who announced all Windows flaws were now fair game. While the company has been running bug bounty programs since 2013, it has expanded it year after year to include bugs in Hyper-V, Microsoft Edge, and exploit mitigation