Microsoft and Samsung celebrate Windows 10 year of driver FAIL
Hands-on How a weird system crash has plagued expensive lap-slabs for months
Redmond assumes closing nagware dialog means 'yes', says that's by design
A new tree sprouts on android.googlesource.com
WinPho has 0.7% market share
Redmond's Feedback Hub is now open to all Windows 10 users
Surprisingly, 'rollup' not just code for a Windows 10 installer
Update crushes low-level lockscreen hole ... then wreaks havoc
Windows-as-a-service will require more frequent testing of everything you run
Sailfish derivative targeted at Russian users and regulators
Debian will put source code, not binaries, in contrib archive of contentious code
Dirty drivers delayed release by a very useful week
Edgier and Linuxier, too
Allwinner's all-loser code makes it into shipped firmware
Feds finally wake up to sorry state of firmware fixes
Users to choose own codecs
You can always update to Windows 10. Eh? Eh?
Will suddenly give up and take off like War of the Worlds aliens
300 million of us slurped it for free. Anyone left willing to pay US$119/£99.99?
Reg readers share their tales of spontaneous OS upgrades
Patch aims to alleviate issues with unpacking downloads
How about dat Enterprise upgrade, huh?
But you've already removed it from your servers, haven't you?
Analysis of US government traffic trends suggests Androids sleep on weekends
Another month, another round of critical vulnerabilities patched by Google
Can the Windows XP soufflé rise again and maintain its lead over Windows 8.1?
It takes an hour to boot and you need to tickle the Watch with a stick while it loads
Devuan 'Jessie' betas debut in the name of 'Init freedom'
End of a long era as mainframe-sourced OSes will no longer require companion hardware
Contain yourself: Nano install now possible as System Centre's new look also arrives
Well, this blows
Punching holes in problematic private APIs
Hub, keyboard and email also updated
But Richard Stallman might object
Drones, balloons, AI... you won't see the back of Alphabet
Video How to go off script on office, school desktops
The Xenial Xerus want to get cloudy, but first: let battle be joined in GPL hell
Google could feel heat stateside after Europe laid down the law
Reputation versus the Amazonian hordes
Amongst all the jargon, forks must thrive
Only 71 per cent of devices run security-supported versions of Alphabet's OS