A few tweaks, but what is MS doing about top feature requests and bug reports?
Former Apple CEO John Sculley presents us with a new hope
A popular giveaway, but no word on the number of failed installs
OK Register readers, shout in unison: ‘Sign us up’
Don't try and cut corners, or you'll end up in a twisty, tangly mess
You want plain, colourless Lollipops, have them, says Motorola
Silicon Valley 'eats away at our freedom every day'
Back when you could still get results by inserting a floppy
Nyet to Redmondian probe tentacles up our ass
There's good news and bad news for Microsoft because Windows 8.1 is slipping fast
+Comment Microsoft is offering the choice between terrible or woeful security
Compressed memory, and look, now you can change the colors!
RaspBSD debuts, promises ports to more ARM devices real soon now
Uh, SatNad – are you sure this is what you want?
Plenty still to do before Windows 10 is ready for smartphones
Is Google telling us Android is soft, insubstantial, very good toasted but easily burned?
Be careful what you run
Everything you say to me takes me one step closer to the Edge
New Cumulative Update does … something that makes Windows 10 better. Promise
Redmond's latest can't quite crack five per cent market share
DON'T UPGRADE NOW, Sony warns Vaio users, and settle in for a long wait
Update flawed, new one needed for countless gadgets
Pic Although they can still run Windows, ish
Bonus: It hides the Cortana search box
Apart from the upgrade fails, bugs, and missing features, great
Hint: Sorry, Americans
Update KB3081424 reboots half way through the install
QNX Neutrino OS 'unrelated' to vulnerability, say Canucks
If you don't have it on your PC, how about running it on your Raspberry Pi 2?
And would you believe that Windows XP market share went UP last week?
Feel the download, just don't mind the bandwidth
Black Hat 2015 Ad giant, Samsung, LG commit to monthly fixes
MS should be ‘ashamed of itself’ says El Reg reader
Dodgy apps use hole in Yosemite to inject adware
Freedom to pick the hardware you want, when you want
You had one job, Microsoft. One job
How to not hand everything over to Microsoft
Nowt 'disastrous', but current kernel candidate is in 'fairly annoying' state
Steady as she goes for Windows XP, 7 and 8.1, but 8.0 and Vista are just about dead
This one will be an 'absolute bastard,' say security bods
Comment A victory worthy of a eulogy
Comment Welcome to Microsoft's pay-pay-pay plan