The ripple effect of these launches will be felt in the short and long term
Microsoft 365 integrates AI functions for enterprise users starting November 1
Teaching an old dog new tricks
The big picture: Microsoft is preparing a big change in how printer manufacturers and customers interact with Windows. In a few years from now, Redmond's operating system won't provide any "official" means for third-party driver distribution. Security and reliability for printing operations will improve as a result, hopefully.
It comes at a price, but a small one
A stronger perimeter might have helped
In context: The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is widely used to secure and encrypt internet communications, encompassing emails, instant messaging platforms, VoIP, and HTTPS web traffic. Introduced in 1999, the earliest TLS specifications are now deemed insecure by modern standards.
It first appeared in Windows 95
Those in the rest of the world will have to keep using Microsoft Edge against their will
Microsoft claims the behavior was unintended
The new homepage will show all your most-used settings in one place for easy access
The problem might be related to MSI motherboards
Paint is moving with the times
Still no public acknowledgement of the issue, though
RegCool is a free tool that lets you make changes safely to the Windows registry. You can copy, compare, move, delete, and rename keys and values. It is compatible with all Windows versions.
Lots of ports and dual 4K 60Hz HDMI output could make this an ultraportable secondary workstation
Staging tool allows users to find and activate hidden Windows Insider features
As Windows 10's share falls close to 50%
Flagship Microsoft products at a fraction of the retail price
Hey, these are not-so-quality Windows updates...
Wirelessly transfer files between Android and Windows over local networks
Caused by high polling rate mice
Also: Rust in the Windows kernel gets previewed
Microsoft has blocked the offending drivers, but the loophole remains