The company pointed to a 'longer lead time' for some of the features in the far-off upgrade, which isn't expected to arrive until the spring of 2020.
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With 'Project Fission,' the developer hopes to wall off malicious sites and attack code so websites don't bring down the whole browser.
A Microsoft document offers details on how much it could cost companies to maintain Windows 7 PCs if they don't migrate to Windows 10 by early next year.
Microsoft last week took the strange step of slamming its own software, portraying Office 2019 as second-class when pitted against Office 365.
Version 66 of the browser will block audio and video by default, though user interactions can override the setting.
Microsoft has told the remaining users of IE10 that it will cut off support years earlier than promised, ending security updates in January 2020.
The delayed delivery of Windows 10 October 2018 Update could put the pinch on companies looking to upgrade from Windows 7 before support for the aging OS ends next January.
In the wake of the company's failed acquisition of Nokia's phone assets, Microsoft is reminding Windows 10 Mobile users that support ends this year.
Microsoft this week announced that an application compatibility guarantee it gave to enterprises migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10 has gone global.
The privacy-focused web browser strips all ads from websites and blocks ad trackers; it aims to eventually roll out an unusual advertising model that pays users in cryptocurrency tokens.
Google's browser targets what it calls 'disruptive' advertising and will expand blocking practices it's had in place in North America and Europe since last year.
It's T-minus one year and counting before Windows 7 exits mainstream support. Let's look at some important numbers for the year ahead.
Microsoft's decision to adopt the Chromium open-source code to power its Edge browser could mean a sooner-than-expected end to support for Internet Explorer.
Microsoft has issued a rare emergency security update to fix a zero-day vulnerability in the still-supported IE9, IE10 and IE11.
Microsoft has nudged open the delivery throttle for Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the upgrade that was yanked for more than five weeks.