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Windows 10's white Title bars may soon be history with the return of the Windows Insider Program

Greg Shultz laments the lack of color in Windows 10's title bars, but he looks forward to the return of color as evidenced by the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10525.

Locate data even faster with a custom find technique in Excel

Supercookies are back, and they're as unappealing as ever

How to edit Microsoft Office documents stored on Google Drive

Containers are high on Microsoft's agenda for Windows Server 2016

Just how real are mobile beacons?

Here's the one 'major problem' facing Munich after switching from Windows to Linux

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Windows 10: How is it really doing so far?

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No, Microsoft is not spying on you with Windows 10

Microsoft's Windows 10: Business users may get patch details after all

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