Windows 10 gets huge quality update outside its regular schedule fixing a lot of issues with the Creators Update, Anniversary Update, and previous releases.
Windows 10 S has limited usability, but you can always upgrade to Windows 10 Pro, and here's how.
When trying to upgrade to a new version of Windows 10, you may see error 0x80200056, but it's something easy to fix.
Don't be an early adopter. Use these instructions to delay the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and install new versions only when you're ready.
You can now run SUSE Linux natively on Windows 10.
In case you missed it, new test preview of Windows 10 releases, Surface Laptop and Surface Pro get recovery image, Spotify arrives to the Store, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.
SUSE Linux for servers and openSUSE for Windows 10 now in the Store
Hands-on with Windows 10 build 16226 features and changes
Windows 10 build 16226 (Fall Creators Update) releases with new features
OneDrive Files On-Demand arrives to Windows 10
How to quickly fix problems with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10