Windows 7's optional updates return in Windows 10 update, and it's also changing where you'll download drivers.
The latest 'Canary' development versions of Chrome let you create a desktop shortcut to automatically open the browser in Incognito mode.
Kaspersky disclosed two zero-day flaws actively being exploited in Windows, with the last patch being issued yesterday.
Hope you like the new Edge, Microsoft says you're keeping it, as it's just a part of Windows 10 now.
A flaw in the widely used GRUB bootloader lets hackers bypass Secure Boot on most PCs to install malware that's nearly impossible to detect.
A new report lowers expectations for Windows 10X, citing dual-screen delays and compatibility issues.
A new Windows 10 Wi-Fi internet connection error that isn't actually real is screwing up Spotify and other apps.
The latest Windows 10 update issue concerns gamers. A rash of errors are being connected to crashing gameplay.
Inside Windows 10 Update 20161, you'll see Microsoft begin to migrate features from the Control Panel to Settings.
You might want to avoid Windows 10 update KB4559309, which is causing issues for some. Here's how to prevent it from installing automatically.
Windows 10's recent updates are forcing unexpected reboots on users' PCs, and while Microsoft is working on the problem, it may not have a fix for everyone affected.
Microsoft's showing off the brighter side of an upcoming Windows 10 update with new photos that tease the antithesis of Dark Mode.
If you didn't patch your Windows 10 PC against the SMBGhost flaw back in March, better do it now, warns the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security.
The Microsoft Windows 10 May 2020 Update unlocks two new places to use Windows Hello. Here's what you need to know.
Thunderbolt port flaws let attackers with physical device access steal encrypted data using a couple of portable tools in just five minutes.
A Microsoft malware-definition update has borked the built-in Windows Defender antivirus software, but we've got a solution.
The Windows 10 KB4541335 update is causing major problems for users, including some blue screens of death
VPN and proxy users are having trouble getting Windows 10 and Microsoft apps to connect to the internet. But there's an optional fix you can download right now.
Microsoft has announced that it will halt all optional Windows 10 updates starting in May, only delivering critical security patches.
Windows Defender, the antivirus component of Windows 10, is skipping files during security scans for no apparent reason.
Microsoft has published a video that provides the best look yet at the new Start menu and other new user experience details.
Microsoft disclosed a Windows flaw, but didn't patch it, leaving users scrambling to take whatever measures they could.