The Microsoft Surface Go 3 is a step back from the Surface Go 2, as performance and battery issues with Microsoft's latest tablet are frustrating.
Microsoft's Surface event revealed new Windows 11 hardware debuting next month. We recap all the announcements.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 8 offers meaningful improvements over its predecessor — so let's explore whether you should upgrade.
Take a tour through the new Start Menu on Windows 11, with new features, a slick redesign and a new home on the taskbar.
Microsoft's Surface Slim Pen 2 has been unveiled — here's how this Apple Pencil rival complements new Surface hardware.
The Microsoft Surface Pro X 2021 is much the same as before, but now comes in a Wi-Fi only model for $100 less.
The new Surface Pro X 2020 offers a faster Microsoft SQ2 processor, an aluminum finish and longer battery life
A new Twitter post revealed a claimed retail listing for what could be the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 tablet, with a 120Hz display and Thunderbolt ports.
Microsoft now lets all account holders sign in without a password. Here's how it works and how to set it up.
A new attack on Windows leverages an old web-rendering format to take over PCs, even those running Windows 11. There's no fix from Microsoft yet, but you can still minimize your risk.
The Xbox Series S has a lot to offer, with gorgeous graphics and an enormous game selection. But it’s not the most future-proof gadget you can buy.
Although your Microsoft account gives you access to lots of services, there’s no reason to keep it active if you don’t use it anymore. Here's how to delete it.
Discover how to change the line spacing in Microsoft Word to control how much space appears between each line of your document.
Windows Defender (aka Microsoft Defender) is an excellent free antivirus program, but sometimes you need to turn it off in Windows 10. Here's how.
It's not older women, but young men who think they know everything about computers are most likely to lose money in tech-support scams, reports Microsoft.
A jaw-droppingly dumb flaw in Windows 10 and Windows 11 lets any local user or program seize full control of a machine.
Two more security flaws related to Windows' printing software have been disclosed. No permanent fixes yet, but you can defuse one flaw by turning off printing altogether.
Microsoft patched 117 security flaws in the July Patch Tuesday updates, including nine 'zero-day' vulnerabilities that were publicly disclosed before Microsoft could fix them.
Microsoft pushed out an emergency patch for the 'PrintNightmare' security flaw, which affects all Windows computers and servers.
Synopsis: Microsoft is warning users about a new Windows vulnerability called 'PrintNightmare,' which could be exploited to remotely install programs and modify data.
Windows 11 may support more PCs than originally thought, but the PC Health Check app is going bye-bye for now.
You're in for a bit of a wait for the full Windows 11 release, but early builds are coming soon if you've signed up for Microsoft's Windows Insider Program.
Our Windows 11 event live blog has all the details from Microsoft's announcements with some on-the-spot analysis as well.