Microsoft is clarifying their vulnerability patching procedures Microsoft explains how it decides whether a vulnerability will be patched swiftly or left for a version update. Microsoft published a new draft document that explains how they decide whether a security vulnerability will be patched swiftly or if the vulnerability can wait to be fixed during a […]

Changes are coming to the product support forum   Effective starting in July of 2018, Microsoft will no longer provide product support for a number of devices. Microsoft Agent Michelle Mad posted this message in the Microsoft Community: Hello,   Effective July 2018, the Microsoft Community forums listed below will shift support scope and Microsoft […]

Those with disabilities may soon have a new host of tools available to help improve their everyday lives thanks to the AI for Accessibility initiative. Exciting news was announced this year at Microsoft’s Build Conference, their annual conference for software developers. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft is launching a $25 million initiative to […]

On Monday, April 30th, Microsoft will release their Windows 10 April 2018 update Microsoft announced today that the next Windows 10 Update will begin rolling out on April 30th. This is the first of the two major updates that are expected to be released every year. Microsoft’s main feature for this update is Timeline. Timeline […]

Insider testers are getting their first taste of this long awaited Long-Term Servicing Channel release.   Microsoft’s Windows Server 2019 is the much anticipated follow-up to the highly adopted and critically successful Windows Server 2016. There’s no need to wait for the release to check it out though, as Microsoft is letting those in its […]