Microsoft is removing WordPad from Windows after nearly 30 years – The Verge
Windows 12 could spell the end of WordPad. Microsoft is no longer updating the word processor and says it will remove the app in a future release …
Microsoft PowerToys' Crop and Lock lets you make mini app windows – The Verge
Microsoft has released a new PowerToys utility called Crop and Lock, which lets you crop an app window to show only the details you want to see, …
Microsoft reminds Windows 11 21H2 users of impending forced upgrades ahead of end of service
With just a few weeks to go, Microsoft has issued a reminder to users of this two-year-old version of Windows 11 that support is coming to an end.
Microsoft reminds you'll no longer have TLS 1.0, 1.1 in Windows 12 and the next Windows 11
Microsoft will be disabling TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1 on Windows very soon. The company announced it earlier today and is part of its broader …
Microsoft is dropping WordPad from Windows 10 and Windows 11 – BetaNews
Serving as a halfway house between the barebones Notepad and a fully-fledged word processor, WordPad has been a feature of Windows for decades — …
Microsoft is 'killing' this 28 years old app on Windows, here's how you'll be affected
Microsoft has announced plans to discontinue WordPad, an app that has been a part of the Windows operating system for almost 28 years.
Microsoft kills WordPad, will remove the app from Windows in future updates – Neowin
WordPad, a built-in text editor for Windows, is dead. Microsoft has updated its official documentation with a notification about the app's …
Microsoft is killing the classic Windows WordPad app after almost 3 decades
Microsoft has today announced that it's deprecating WordPad and will be removing it from Windows in a future release.
Microsoft is killing off WordPad in Windows – XDA Developers
Microsoft has announced the imminent demise of WordPad in Windows, the application won't be receiving updates moving forward.
Microsoft reminds users Windows will disable insecure TLS soon – Bleeping Computer
Microsoft reminded users that insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols will be disabled soon in future Windows releases.