The latest Windows 11 update is rolling out now. Here's what's new | ZDNET
New backup and management options. The most prominent new feature that isn't part of Microsoft's relentless AI push is a new Windows Backup app. Don't …
You can't upgrade to Windows 10 for free anymore | PCWorld
Microsoft has closed one of the loopholes allowing those with older PCs from freely upgrading to Windows 10 and Windows 11. If you own a Windows 7 …
Microsoft Quietly Kills Free Windows 10/11 Upgrades from Windows 7/8 – Thurrott.com
Microsoft quietly announced that it has stopped supporting free upgrades from Windows 7 and 8 to Windows 10 or 11. “Microsoft's free upgrade offer …
Microsoft is testing an AI-powered image creator for Windows 11 Paint | ZDNET
Based on OpenAI's DALL-E text-to-image platform, Paint Cocreator will conjure up images in Windows Paint based on your descriptions.
Microsoft kills loophole that let Windows 7 keys activate Windows 11 and 10
Older Windows 7 and Windows 8 keys will no longer activate Windows 10 or Windows 11, Microsoft has announced.
Microsoft unleashes a torrent of changes and new features with Windows Terminal Preview v1.19
Having recently reaffirmed its commitment to PowerShell and Windows Terminal, Microsoft has shown that it is good to its word.
Microsoft is testing a DALL-E-powered text-to-image creator in Paint for Windows 11
Microsoft's new Paint Cocreator is a DALL-E-powered tool for Microsoft Paint that allows users to generate images by typing out text.
Build beyond Windows: WSL and WSA in 2023 – InfoWorld
Microsoft has long intended to make Windows the place for developers. Its intention is shown in both software and hardware as the company aims to …
You'll no longer be able to activate Windows 11 with a Windows 7 product key
Microsoft is ending the free upgrade path from Windows 7 and 8 to newer versions of Windows 11, removing the option to use product keys for …
Microsoft ends free upgrades from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 or 11 – Liliputing
What? Basically the promotional period expired years ago, but Microsoft never actually stopped letting people upgrade for free… or use Windows 7 or …