Microsoft has added nine months to Exchange Server 2010's "extended support" window, moving the date from Jan. 14, 2020 to Oct. 13, 2020.
Microsoft has added support for version 2 of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), plus ARM64 device support for WSL 2, to its latest Windows 10 preview release for testers.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Evaluation Lab is now production-ready.
Microsoft issued a "light" bundle of patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and applications in its September "update Tuesday" release.
The Windows Analytics suite, used for planning Windows 10 upgrades, will end on Jan. 31, 2020, with Desktop Analytics taking its place, Microsoft announced on Friday.
Most of the tools in the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack now have a common "extended support" date, Microsoft indicated in a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced it was buying Movere, a partner that helps companies transition toward using cloud services.
Microsoft this week cleared its Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology to be added to the Linux kernel.
By downloading a PowerShell module, you can manage every facet of Active Directory and build powerful scripts to save time on all kinds of tasks.
The PowerShell 7 Preview 3 scripting solution is now available, Microsoft announced this week.
Participants in Microsoft's Edge Insider Program can now begin to access the Beta Channel release, the first since Microsoft shifted to using open source Chromium Project technologies in the Edge browser.
Using PowerShell, Adam shows you one way to compare a .CSV file full of employee accounts with Active Directory users.
Microsoft's August security updates won't install for users of Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 if those operating system lack certain March updates.
Microsoft addressed about 93 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in its August security patch release, issued Tuesday.
Exploit code for the so-called "BlueKeep" vulnerability is now "widely available" for use by attackers, Microsoft recently warned.
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