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Windows 11 is getting an LTSC version, but not yet

When Windows 11 arrives this holiday season, there is going to be a ton of changes. It looks totally different, supports Android apps, and more. There are also changes coming to how Windows 11 is updated and how it's supported, so just in case you were worried about it, you'll be pleased to know that...

Microsoft Edge Browser shows up in the Store on Windows 11

When Windows 11 ships this holiday season, it's going to come with a new Microsoft Store. Ever since Windows 8, when Microsoft forced everyone who wanted to be in the Store to build an app for it, restrictions have been rolled back. With Windows 10, you could opt to build a UWP app, or you...

Microsoft Teams Chat is coming to the Windows 11 preview today

While Windows 11 has been in testing with Insiders for weeks now, there have been some features missing. One of those features is Microsoft Teams chat, which is in the Windows 11 preview beginning today. You'll be able to send and receive messages from any of your devices, and the person that you're talking to...

Intel drops a possible hint that Windows 11 is coming in October

It's been nearly a month since Microsoft officially announced Windows 11, and if you're a Windows Insider, you can test it out now. All the company has said about when it will be publicly available is that it's coming this holiday season. However, there have been various hints that Windows 11 is coming in October. For...

Microsoft breaks down context menu changes in Windows 11

A big part of Windows 11 is an entirely new design language. The Start Menu and taskbar are redesigned and centered, and the OS has an entirely new look and feel. One of the smaller changes that was made in Windows 11 is that there are new context menus. In a blog post today, the...

Intel releases first graphics driver with support for Windows 11

Intel has released the latest version of its graphics driver for Windows. This update brings the Intel's driver to version number 30.0.100.9684, and the big news is that it adds official support for Windows 11. That means a few things. For one thing, it means this is the first driver to support the Windows Display Driver...

Microsoft has brand new emoji coming to Windows 11 and Microsoft 365

Microsoft has unveiled a new set of emoji that's going to be available across its Microsoft 365 apps and services, as well as Windows 11. This is a complete overhaul of the company's emoji set, spanning over 1,800 emoji. It's the first time Microsoft has made such a significant change to its emoji in a...

Windows 11 Wishlist – Here’s what we want to see in the new OS!

Last month, we made a list of 15 features that we want to see in Windows 11. The OS is official now, and for the most part, we know what we're getting. There's actually quite a bit. It starts with a big visual overhaul, including a centered Start Menu and taskbar, rounded corners, a new...

Microsoft Edge gets updated in Dev channel with Windows 11 design

Last week, it was spotted that Edge Canary has a flag in it that enables some visual changes in Windows 11. Now, the new Windows 11 design is getting promoted to Edge in the Dev channel, although you'll still need to enable a flag to use it. The new Edge Dev build is version 93.0.946.1, and...

How to record your screen in Windows 11

Screen recording has become fairly standard functionality on a lot of operating systems. Android and iOS both let you do it natively, but Windows still doesn't make it as easy. With Windows 11 coming up and already available in preview, we hope for that to change. However, it hasn't happened yet but thankfully, you can...

Microsoft announces Windows 365, a subscription service for Windows 11 in the cloud

At its Inspire partner conference, Microsoft is announcing Windows 365. Indeed, it's exactly what it sounds like; it's a paid subscription service for Windows. But let's get one thing out of the way. It's not for consumers. This is a business product that's going to let you stream Windows 10 or Windows 11. It's like...

You can now make Microsoft Edge look slightly better on Windows 11

With Windows 11, Microsoft is bringing a suite of visual changes to its operating system, and one could argue they're long overdue. The company seems committed to bringing those changes to more places, too. For example, the Microsoft Edge browser is apparently going to look a bit better in preparation for Windows 11. The changes were...