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Microsoft ending support for Windows 7: how to make the switch to Windows 10

Are you among the just over one in 10 Which? members still using Windows 7 on your computer? If so, time is running out for you to make your mind...

No space to get the Windows 10 May update? Here are five PC cleaning mistakes to avoid

How to avoid wrecking your computer in pursuit of a cleaner hard drive

Windows 10 May 2019 Update: what to expect from your next big update

Windows 10 update features: We run through the biggest changes coming to Windows 10 and when they're expected to arrive.

£200 laptops on test: do you really need to pay more?

Shopping for a new laptop but don’t fancy spending big? Fret ye not – we’ve tested a selection of cheap laptops this month, and we’re ready to reveal whether any...

Updated: Microsoft reportedly fixes major update that deleted user data

Latest bungled update sees reports of Windows 10 users losing some or all of their files, as Microsoft warns users not to update and prevents the update from being rolled out to more computers.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 first look review: Are tablets with styluses any good?

Touchscreen tablets work even better with a stylus, but what are you choices when you're thinking of buying one? We take a look.

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.

Update: Windows 10 Creators could be called ‘April Update’

The next ‘feature’ update to Windows 10 is almost here, with Microsoft planning a whole host of changes to its computer operating system. Which? guides you through the major changes we’re expecting to see.

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.

Latest Windows laptop alternatives to the MacBook Pro

If you’ve got the cash to splash on a high-end laptop, MacBooks aren’t the only game in town. We’ve tested Windows 10 machines that have the power, portability and panache to keep...

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