Because this happens once a quarter, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks exclusively at Microsoft’s earnings announcement and the information it provided to analysts after that announcement.
With the release of the Windows 10 April 2018 update, Microsoft is introducing several new functions and features for enterprise users.
Because security and privacy are fashionable, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s new Azure Sphere platform, a Windows 10 S vulnerability, data requests, the race to $1 trillion, and much, much more.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Defender to Chrome via an extension but there are a few things you need to consider before installing the add-on.
Because it’s Friday the 13th, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks at a quiet Windows 10 delay, the next Xbox console, a new Qualcomm controversy, and much, much more.
Microsoft adds support for embedded WebM video content in Edge.
In Redstone 4, Quiet Hours has been renamed to Focus Assist and brings several improvements.
Because I heard you missed me, I’m back, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s massive reorg and my seven stages of grief, US v. Microsoft ends in a whimper, Microsoft helps consumers with ransomware, and so much more.
Microsoft has made some major changes to how Windows is organized that will have a profound impact on its future.
Microsoft is making big changes to its Windows org by changing up the leadership and also changing the internal priorities as well.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 reaches RTM and Microsoft announces the availability of a preview version of Windows Server 2019.
Redstone 4 will be finalized later this month, so I decided it was time to spin up the latest insider build to see if Timeline is a useful feature or just a marketing gimmick.
In today’s corporate environment IT administrators typically need to manage many different remote systems but it’s important to know the gaps in these offerings too.