A new speculative execution processor vulnerability dubbed "lazy floating point (FP) state save/restore" was disclosed earlier this month.
Upon review of its telemetry findings, Microsoft now deems the April 2018 release of Windows 10, also known as version 1803, to be "fully available."
Microsoft is planning to switch the Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 (SP2) update schedule to the same monthly rollup patch model of its more recent Windows and Windows Server products.
Starting next month, Microsoft will no longer participate in Microsoft Community forum discussions about older Office and Windows products.
You may not think too often about how text is displayed in your PowerShell console, but under the covers, there's quite a bit going on.
Windows 10's long-term servicing channel update option could be more problematic for organizations compared to its semiannual channel model, Microsoft reiterated this week.
Windows AutoPilot, Microsoft's out-of-the-box user self-provisioning service for setting up new Windows 10 PCs, is getting several new features in preview.
If PowerShell isn't already your go-to tool for reviewing your NIC configuration, it should be.
Microsoft will start transitioning IT pros to the Microsoft 365 Admin Center from the the Office 365 Admin Center "over the next few weeks," the company said Tuesday.
Microsoft last week added a new security capability to its Office 365 Threat Intelligence service.
Organizations can now use their Azure Active Directory credentials to log into a Linux-based VM running on Microsoft's Azure public cloud service.
Microsoft this week released a new preview build of Windows Server 2019 and announced an upcoming "Windows Server Summit."
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In a recent Web presentation, Microsoft officials detailed the new "modern management" capabilities in Windows 10 version 1803, also known as the April 2018 Update.
Two new speculative execution side-channel attacks disclosed this week share similarities to the "Meltdown" and "Spectre" attacks that were first reported in January.
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