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Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Commented on: 11 weeks ago (September 30, 2014)

Yes, it will run on x86-64 cpu's. What gave you the idea it wouldn't?

Only very old PC's are 32-bit only. It wouldn't make any sense to exclude almost all computers built in the last 10...

Windows ... TH? Commented on: 11 weeks ago (September 29, 2014)

Windows OMG

A First Look at the Windows Technical Preview Commented on: 13 weeks ago (September 18, 2014)

Thanks, Paul, I can always count on you to provide the latest.

I like what I see. The deep integration points to why the new Start Menu is much more work than most assume.

OneNote Comes to Android Wear Watches Commented on: 13 weeks ago (September 16, 2014)

"Late again" is the current meme, but the more nuanced reality is that Microsoft is frequently too early (they had watches and tablets long ago), get burned, and then when some other company times...

Windows 9 Technical Preview Screenshots Leak: An Analysis (Part 1) Commented on: 14 weeks ago (September 11, 2014)

Already possible. The "Change Desktop Icons" option in Personalization lets you remove the Recycle Bin from desktop. Right-click the desktop, choose Personalize. The option is in the left column....

Xbox One Media Player Preview Commented on: 16 weeks ago (August 30, 2014)

I dare say that it's the users that have been bare-boned.

Chrome for Windows is Now Available in 64-Bit Version Commented on: 16 weeks ago (August 27, 2014)

I'm trying it out side-by-side with IE11. I'm not convinced that the speed difference is not anything more than a placebo effect.

Nokia X'd: Microsoft Goes All In on Windows Phone Commented on: 22 weeks ago (July 17, 2014)

Phew.

Stephen Elop Memo to Employees About Changes to Microsoft's Devices Business Commented on: 22 weeks ago (July 17, 2014)

I'm relieved that Microsoft is dropping Android. The prospect made me feel slightly ill.

What We Learned About Windows in the WPC 2014 Opening Keynote Commented on: 22 weeks ago (July 14, 2014)

I agree that keeping Windows strong is important, but Apple has sold 183 million iPads that can run Office for iPad (IOS 7 or newer), so 28 million downloads is significant. True, you can't deduce...

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