Microsoft commits to 2 major Windows 10 updates per year

Microsoft used to release a new version of Windows every few years, which is how we got from Windows 1.0 in 1987 to Windows 8.1 in 2014. But with the launch of Windows 10 in 2015, Microsoft started down a new path: Windows as a service. In a nutshell, that means there are currently no […]

Windows as a service: Windows 10 will be continually updated (with no Windows 11 in sight)

Microsoft has been throwing around the phrase “Windows as a service” for a few months, but up until recently it hasn’t been all that clear exactly what that meant. With Windows 10 set to launch in a few months, Microsoft is doing a better job of explaining what kind of service we’re talking about: the […]