Yes, it's true. The next version of Windows will run on low-power ARM chips, some of which will be made by Intel -- and many of which won't. Mary Jo Foley, as always, has more details.
Posted by Lee Pender on 01/06/2011 at 1:23 PM
Microsoft recently offered a Q&A session on Project Cortex, its emerging "knowledge network" solution for Microsoft 365 users.
In the second part of this series, Brien shows how to import a .CSV file into a PowerShell array, including two methods for zooming in on just the specific data you need and filtering out the rest.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced Windows 10 preview build 19603, which adds easier access to installed Linux distro files using Windows File Explorer.
Subscribers to Microsoft 365 Business (which is being renamed this month to "Microsoft 365 Business Premium") will be getting Azure Active Directory Premium P1 licensing at no additional cost.
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