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Microsoft’s upcoming Redstone 4 build of Windows 10 (aka Windows 10 Spring Creators Update) is still adding features, including several new capabilities of interest to enthusiasts — and a few puzzling changes unique to Windows 10 S. Let’s take a look at what’s in the pipeline.

Microsoft has added Windows 10 Pro support for palm-vein authentication, as part of its Windows Hello facial and fingerprint-recognition system.

If you're a fan of Windows Hello but dislike how there's no option for it to automatically lock your PC when it detects you as no longer present.

Vulnerabilities discovered in Intel McAfee's VirusScan Enterprise for Linux which could lead to the remote takeover of a system were patched six months after disclosure.

Mozilla and Tor have released patches for Firefox and the Firefox-based Tor Browser to block a live attack aimed at unmasking users of the Tor anonymity network.

Microsoft's support clock never stops ticking. Two very high-profile products will end extended support in 2017: Windows Vista on April and Office 2007. Windows Vista's final date for security updates is April 11, 2017, while Office 2007 support ends on October 10, 2017.

Six days after it delivered a cumulative update that failed to install on some users' PCs, Microsoft has released a fix-it tool.

One of the most subtle but significant small changes in Windows 10 version 1607 is the new Network Status page.

Mozilla has announced it has taken a small step towards replacing much of Firefox's C++ code with its safer alternative language, Rust.

The relentless march to the August 2 public release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update continued today with the release of build 14383 to the Windows Insider Program Fast Ring.

Windows 10 users can look forward to seeing twice the number of ads for apps in the Start menu once Microsoft releases the Anniversary Update this summer.

A week after announcing at Build a bunch of new features that would be coming soon toWindows 10 Redstone 1 (a k a Anniversary Update) testers, Microsoft is making them available in a new test build.

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