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Windows 10 will allow Amazon Alexa to launch from the lock screen

Microsoft is allowing third-party voice-assistants to take over Cortana in the next update to Windows 10.

Microsoft working on foldable Surface that will run Android apps: Report

Microsoft is reportedly working on a foldable Surface that could be launched as early as the first quarter of 2020. The device is expected to have two 9-inch displays with an aspect ratio of 4:3.


Top 5 video games to buy in June 2019: F1 2019, Warhammer Chaosbane and more

Best Video Games 2019: Here's a list of the top five games that are releasing in June for PlayStation, Xbox and Windows platforms.

Windows 7 support is ending, Microsoft reminds consumers time to get new PC

Microsoft will be ending support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020, and the company has already started sending notifications to consumers reminding them that they will need to upgrade to Windows 10 via a new PC

Internet Explorer flaw can let hackers steal user files from Windows PC

A security researcher has revealed a flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer than leaves Windows users open to security threats leading to the theft of user files from PC.

Microsoft notifies users that it's shutting down Windows 7 in January 2020

Microsoft has been rolling out a notification to their Windows 7 users, informing them the company will be withdrawing support for the operating system (OS) version.


State of Decay 2: Everything you need to know about this open-world zombie survival game

State of Decay 2 is an interesting game that is able to keep the players on their toes, while at the same time giving them room to do some fun stuff along the way

Five reasons why you should purchase a Windows PC over its Apple counterparts

We recently did an article about five reasons why you need to purchase a Mac. Now, it is time to give Windows PCs the same treatment

Microsoft's new privacy settings interface rolled out for Windows Insiders build

Microsoft's new privacy settings will be available for Windows 10 users via an update starting spring.

Security flaw affects Intel, ARM, and other processors: Everything to know

Intel processors, with the x86-64 hardware have a serious design flaw vulnerability, now named 'Meltdown' that impacts billions of PC. Here's everything to know