Mozilla now delivers the 64-bit version of its Firefox browser to Windows users with compatible 64-bit hardware.
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The latest version of Windows 10 is aimed at workstations and offers support for up to four processors, Resilient File System and NVDIMM-N memory. It is slated to arrive in September.
The company faces an inherent contradiction it has yet to resolve: It says Windows 10 is the last Windows ever, but has also set time limits on support.
The ad blocker, available for now only on the Windows version of Canary, could reach mainstream browser users by mid-October.
Here's what will happen to Flash Player on Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari between now and the end of 2020.
Creators Update is now suitable for broad deployment in enterprise.
Google's Chrome browser debuts MacBook Pro Touch Bar support and delivers patches for 40 security flaws.
Personal computer shipments declined between 3% and 4% in the June quarter from the same period in 2016.
The current pace of releases indicates macOS High Sierra will likely arrive the third week in September.
Apple is expected to release the first public beta of macOS High Sierra, the desktop OS due out this fall, by the end of the week. Here's how to get it.
Microsoft is changing its upgrade cadence for Windows Server, crafting a schedule that mimics Windows 10 and Office 365 release dates.
Microsoft today followed May's unprecedented release of security updates for expired operating systems by issuing another dozen patches for the aged Windows XP.
Microsoft took the unprecedented step of issuing security patches for Windows XP, even though support for it ended in 2014. What does that portend for the future?
Apple's refreshed iMac desktops, including an upcoming $5,000 iMac Pro workstation, are aimed at critics who've questioned the company's commitment to enterprise users.
When Microsoft decreed that Windows 10 would be refreshed twice a year, it also unveiled a virtually identical scheme for corporate subscribers to Office 365.