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ComputerWeekly

By Cliff Saran Jul 29, 2015

ComputerWeekly

By Cliff Saran Jul 29, 2015

ComputerWeekly

By Cliff Saran Jul 29, 2015

Welcome to Windows 10

Microsoft is launching the latest version of the Windows operating system. We look at the enterprise fetauress Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Jim Mortleman Jul 20, 2015

Should businesses upgrade to Windows 10?

Many organisations skipped the PC-unfriendly Windows 8 release. But Windows 10 is far more enterprise-focused Continue Reading

SearchEnterpriseDesktop

By Eddie Lockhart Get Started Sep 02, 2015

A look at the Windows 10 user experience

Now that Windows 10 is out it's time to evaluate how the OS will work for users, including how they can upgrade and what Cortana brings to the table. Continue Reading

SearchEnterpriseDesktop

By Brien Posey Get Started Aug 14, 2015

How do I upgrade to Windows 10?

Upgrading to Windows 10 is free on many Windows 7 and 8 devices. All you have to do is reserve your update, wait for it to download and install it. Continue Reading

MicroscopeUK

By Simon Quicke Aug 10, 2015

Windows 10 builds on positive launch

Users are moving to the latest Microsoft operating system according to figures Continue Reading

SearchCIO

By Francesca Sales News Aug 07, 2015

Windows 10 privacy brouhaha: Overblown?

Many are crying foul over the new Windows 10 privacy policy, but are they really just crying wolf? Also in Searchlight: Hackers attack Yahoo through Flash bug; hitchhiking bot is beheaded. Continue Reading

SearchCIO

By Brian Holak News Jul 31, 2015

Windows 10 Enterprise: No apologies necessary

Microsoft's Windows 10 Enterprise makes Windows 8 seem like a distant memory. But should CIOs wait or take the bait? Also in Searchlight, Google uses sensors to fight pollution; Intel's new memory chip breakthrough. Continue Reading

MicroscopeUK

By Sean McGrath Jul 29, 2015

Could the launch of Windows 10 break the Internet?

Frost & Sullivan analyst warns that Windows 10 launch frenzy could 'break the Internet'. At the time of publication, Internet is not broken. Continue Reading