Microsoft has unveiled preliminary versions of its remade Edge browser for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
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Microsoft has quietly alerted customers running last year's Windows 10 version 1803 that it would soon start a forced upgrade to the latest feature refresh.
Google has asked for help in identifying suspicious websites, offering users of its Chrome browser an add-on that lets them rat out URLs.
It's been two years since Adobe announced it would finally kill off its Flash Player; browser makers plan to follow suit on their own timelines.
The company’s CEO, Chris Beard, has already pointed to two examples of services Mozilla could provide: online storage and a VPN.
The Enhanced Tracking Protection technology, which Mozilla has been talking up since 2015, is part of Firefox 67.0.1.
Warnings refer to vulnerabilities in Windows' Remote Desktop Services that could be exploited by attackers; patches have been available since May 14.
Apple unveils its next desktop OS, sticks with odd-even support cadence.
Microsoft's new Windows release health dashboard is a one-stop shop for Windows 10 users seeking information on the status of upgrades and ongoing problems.
The three-year gap between the current version 0 Windows 10 Enterprise LSTC 2019 - and the next will be the longest yet for Windows 10's most constant edition.
This marks the first time the company has jumped past a Windows 10 feature upgrade as it moves to put last fall's update debacle in the rear-view mirror.
The developer has released the first public preview of its revamped Edge browser for macOS, with a more stable version coming 'soon.'
Windows 10 1809 – the ill-fated version initially launched last fall – powered just 29% of surveyed Windows 10 systems as of late April. It's a clear sign that Microsoft has largely stopped pushing 1809 to users.
The update – aimed at stopping the spread of WannaCry-like malware – must be manually downloaded from the Microsoft Update Catalog.
The browser developer offered a detailed explanation for why Firefox add-ons stopped working earlier this month and a mea culpa to reassure users such problems would not happen again.