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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 6 vs rivals: could you spend less and get more?

Microsoft’s flagship tablet, the Surface Pro 6, is one of the most expensive tablets you can buy right now, costing more than an iPad Pro at £870 for the model we tested, and that doesn’t include a keyboard or stylus. Are you better off with a cheaper alternative?

Surface Laptop 2 and iPad Pro reviews: worthy sequels or minor upgrades?

Which? has tested the latest flagship devices from both Apple and Microsoft, with the redesigned iPad Pro range and Surface Laptop sequel both going under the microscope in our tech test labs.

Windows 10 update pain: Microsoft must do more for consumers

With Windows 10 turning 3 in July, Microsoft has agreed to meet Which? and discuss how to help the consumers still having PC pain from the software.

Amazon Alexa app coming to Windows PCs

Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant is coming to Windows PCs. You’ll be able to schedule calendar events and run web searches with your voice, but what does this mean for Microsoft’s...

Microsoft Surface Book 2 takes on Apple MacBook Pro

Microsoft has unveiled the Surface Book 2, a new hybrid laptop that the tech giant says is ‘twice as powerful as the latest MacBook Pro’. We inspect the specs to...

Google launches Pixelbook – the most expensive Chromebook yet

Google is convinced its new, ‘high performance’ Pixelbook Chromebook is worth £1,000, but could you be better off buying an Apple or Windows laptop for less? Chromebooks have made their...

Windows Phone is dead, Bill Gates swaps to Android

Having failed to hold its own against Android and iOS rivals, Microsoft has confirmed it won’t be making any more Windows Phone mobiles. It’s been a dismal year for Windows...

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Microsoft Scam Support follows WannaCry Ransomware attack

Tech support scams follow WannaCry ransomware

Less than a fortnight after the ransomware virus known as WannaCry devastated NHS computers, tricksters posing as Microsoft are attempting to scam victims with phony ‘technical support’. ActionFraud, the UK police’s fraud...

Microsoft is ending support for Windows Vista

10 years after its release, Microsoft will stop updating Windows Vista on 11 April. The much maligned operating system will no longer receive security updates, or any technical updates. This means computers running Vista will be more susceptible to viruses and malware.

Which? challenges Microsoft over Windows 10

Following the launch of Windows 10, we’ve received over 1,000 complaints from Which? members about the software. We’re calling on Microsoft to take action and honour the rights of consumers who...

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