The new, ChatGPT-like Windows Copilot won't fix what's wrong with Windows 11
Microsoft announced Windows Copilot for Windows 11 at Microsoft Build. The AI assistant will roll out to Windows 11 Preview in June 2023 — here’s what it means for you.
After using Windows 11 since before it was launched, one Tom's Guide editor has amassed a small storehouse of tips, tricks and Windows hacks that will help you get more done with less stress.
Microsoft's "Phoenix" project promises to make its Edge browser more competitive with Google Chrome — here's why that's exciting.
Windows 11 had a solid year in 2022 and next year could be even better — this is what we can expect from Microsoft's operating system.
Windows 11 has been live for a little over a year now, and Microsoft's efforts to update and improve it have paid off—even if it still has a ways to go. Here's why it's worth trying.
Microsoft announced that it will integrate its Windows 365 cloud computing platform with Windows 11 – here's why that's important.
Windows 11 is a decent operating system, but it's not good enough to merit upgrading from Windows 10 — yet. Here are a few of the changes that would make it a more compelling upgrade in 2022.
I tried macOS as my primary operating system for the first time after a lifetime of using Windows — here's what I learned.
Windows 11 is officially out, and while it offers some neat new features it’s not quite the revolution I was hoping for.
Glossy colors and a lot of hype isn't enough to sway our senior editor, who already splits his time between PC and Mac, to go all-in on PCs.
The best way to protect your machine is the simplest: Create and use limited user accounts for your daily tasks.
Microsoft's Play Anywhere program bridges a major gap between Xbox One and PC gamers while offering tons of value to both.
Gears of War is officially headed to the big screen, so here's what we want from a film based on Microsoft's hit shooter franchise.
A terrible marketplace and poorly ported titles hold Windows 10 gaming back, but it's not too late for Microsoft to make things right.
After using Windows 10 Technical Preview as my main OS for over a month, I've found a lot to like about the new operating system, but more than a few bugs and disappointing problems.
Windows 10 is a big improvement over Windows 9. Has Microsoft finally learned to listen to it's users?