If you are still running Windows 7 or 8.1 and you would like to move to Windows 10 for free, then you might be happy to know that the update is still free. If you’re going to use the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft, the entire process is going to be pretty simple.
A few days ago Microsoft released a new cumulative update for Windows, named KB3213986. According to the recent reports, this update is affecting the multi-monitor gaming experience creating stuttering. Microsoft is already aware of the problem and they’re already working on a fix.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 was introduced in Q4 2015 and according to the latest rumors, Microsoft could be ready to hit the market with the Surface Pro 5. The new model will most likely be equipped with a Kaby Lake processor.
Microsoft already announced their Windows 10 VR headset series which is expected to launch at US $299 and won't require any tracking system and today, the company has released system requirements for those headsets.
Microsoft has now officially unveiled its first Surface-branded desktop PC, the Surface Studio, which is a 28-inch all-in-one equipped with Intel's 6th generation CPUs and Nvidia mobile GPUs and comes with the Surface Dial.
The recent report that Intel Kaby Lake and AMD Zen CPU architectures will actually only be supported on Windows 10 raised a lot of questions and now it appears that we might have a possible reason for it.
According to the latest information coming from Microsoft and confirmed by Intel and AMD, it appears that both AMD's upcoming Zen CPU architecture based chips and Intel's 7th generation Core Kaby Lake CPUs will only support Windows 10 OS.
Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Meanwhile the latest operating system from the company with its headquarters in Redmond, has been around since one year and nowadays Microsoft is ending the free upgrade offer.
Microsoft will be cutting support for Intel's 6th generation Core Skylake CPUs for Windows 7/8.1 as of July 2017 and has also announced that upcoming SoCs like Intel Kaby Lake, AMD Bristol Ridge and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 will also only have Windows 10 OS support.