Among minor players on PC hardware, Ubuntu Linux offers a release cycle that's superficially similar to that of Windows 10, with two releases per year, in the spring and fall. Crucially, most of those are interim releases (shown in gray in the timeline below) and are supported only until the next interim release comes out. The long-term support versions (shown in orange in the support timeline) are released every two years. … [Read more...] about Two Windows 10 feature updates a year is too many
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Windows 10 Now that Windows 7 support has ended, your business has four options Revived Windows 95 PowerToys lets you create Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts Microsoft to combine its Windows client and hardware teams under Chief Product Officer Panos Panay Best laptop deals: Windows and Chromebooks for under $500 (CNET) Microsoft Teams: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic Premium) … [Read more...] about What to expect from Windows 10 November 2019 Update: A pleasant surprise
Now, with version 2004 just around the corner, anyone responsible for managing Windows 10 PCs has to approach this new update with some trepidation. It appears that Microsoft is being ultra cautious with this update. It's been available as a preview release for nearly a year, or roughly twice as long as normal, and the final major build, 19041, arrived in the Windows Insider Slow ring before the end of 2019, much earlier than usual. … [Read more...] about Windows 10: How long will your next feature update take to install?
It's not clear how Emperion plans to enable phone-calling capabilities, which raises questions about whether it can be classified a smartphone. Or perhaps, as Liliputing puts it, the Nebulus is really a full-fledged computer but with a small screen, a relatively slow processor, and no physical keyboard. … [Read more...] about New Windows phone? Emperion Windows 10 on Arm Nebulus ‘runs Android apps’
The only rule that matters for people who have to support PCs in business is simple: "No surprises." For large organizations that use central update management tools such as Windows Server Update Services or System Center Configuration Manager, that's possible. For everyone else, including the enormous population of PCs in small businesses, the only way to prevent unexpected updates is to manage the process aggressively. … [Read more...] about Windows 10: Has Microsoft cleaned up its update mess? (Spoiler: no)