Microsoft has these Windows 11 simulations to show you what to expect – ZDNet
Microsoft's Windows 11 simulations offer a visual demo of all enhancements Microsoft has made since releasing Windows 11 in October.
Microsoft warns that new Windows updates may break printing – Bleeping Computer
Microsoft warned that starting with this week's optional preview updates, temporary mitigation provided one year ago to address Windows Server …
Microsoft updates Windows 11 to block RDP and other brute force attacks by default
Microsoft has introduced a change to Windows 11 that makes it much harder to use brute force attacks to crack passwords. Starting with the latest …
Microsoft sunsets Windows Information Protection • The Register
Microsoft has announced it will “sunset” the Windows Information Protection data leak prevention offering baked into its client operating system.
DIY PC Builders Can Now Buy Windows 11 Licenses From Microsoft – PCMag
For many months after the release of Windows 11, there was no way to purchase a license on Microsoft's webpages. Instead, you had to buy one for …
Microsoft retires in-built data leak prevention for Windows 11 – so you'll now have to pay
Microsoft is retiring Windows Information Protection (WIP), a data leak prevention tool that came with the operating system.
Microsoft really, really wants you to 'meet' Windows 11 – SoyaCincau
Microsoft themselves probably have realised the slow uptake for Windows 11 among their users—not helped by their strict hardware requirements of …
Microsoft Makes it Easier to Update to New Windows 11 Versions – Thurrott.com
It's just one of many ways that Microsoft is trying to streamline the process of updating Windows 11 continuously.
Microsoft discontinues Windows Information Protection in favor of Purview – Neowin
Microsoft has announced that it is sunsetting its Windows Information Protection (WIP) solution in favor of Purview, which it says is a more …
Microsoft will block Office macros by default starting July 27 | TechCrunch
Microsoft's macro blocking feature will soon start rolling out to Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, and Word on Windows. The change won't affect …