But then again....
Delayed version is on bland. Sorry, brand
The first part of Office has gone exclusively UWP
Basically, it didn't work. So that's cleared that up
As updates go, it's a bit meh
It's a techie dose of nostalgia
It can't be an advert, because Microsoft would never do that...
The future is tab shaped
Firm has learned nothing about anti-competitive strong-arming
Sigh. Seems the naming department is on annual leave again
They'll only set you back, er, $1,900
Nanny State Redmond is back
Which raises more questions than it answers
Coming to a Visual Studio near you
But it may be the buyers that need educating...
Even Microsoft's mild threats can't persuade users to upgrade
Patch for Skylake-powered Windows 10 machines is available now
Hints at potential for a Surface Phone to pull smartphone and desktop duties
Despite Microsoft's earlier promise of 'affordable' mobile devices
But, er, doesn't say when they'll be available to buy
Redmond wants users on the road to Windows 10
How about someone makes America's security service secure again
S, Sir? I can boogie
Is this another misguided Redmond nagware move? Or (more likely) not?
But who watches the people watching the watchers?
Plus there's reading tools and better localisation and AI and stuff
And it doesn't look like changing anytime soon
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You'll need to set up Windows Hello again on your device to dodge the exploit
Good news for developers; a collective shrug for everyone else
But it's not going to become a habit
POKE no more. Oh wait, that was 30 years ago
Oh Microsoft... not again...
Hmmm... says Microsoft
DPA slams Redmond for failing to inform users about data slurping
Maybe. Or maybe something more benign
No iPhones please, I'm Microsoft
But Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth doesn't agree
Under the Surface, another bootsy oopsy
At last, granular, by-the-app permissions
That is all Windows needs
What IS the freaking hold up?
But everything is definitely absolutely, completely FINE
Myerson confirms timeline, but doesn't confirm Timeline. See what we did there?
But noone has mentioned updates yet
Everyone is happy again, for now.