Windows 10 doesn’t currently include any out-of-the-box support for the new AV1 video codec, but Microsoft is currently testing an extension that will bring full AV1 support to Windows in the future, and you can download the beta version for free right now.
Many users and developers enrolled their Macs in the Mojave beta this summer, hoping to get an early peek at what Apple had in store for its yearly operating system update. But now that Mojave has shipped, these users may not want to continue receiving beta updates of future macOS releases. Here’s how to stop Mojave beta updates on your Mac.
If you signed up for the iOS 12 beta just to get an early look at Apple’s latest mobile operating system, you may want to switch back to the regular non-beta software releases now that iOS 12 has reached public release. Here’s how to leave the iOS beta program on your iPhone or iPad so that you won’t continue to receive beta updates.
Windows 10 will feature a new and powerful virtual desktop feature when it launches later this year, and Microsoft is soliciting user feedback to decide exactly how it will work.
Microsoft late Tuesday released an update to the Office for Mac 2016 Preview. In addition to a number of bug fixes and functionality improvements, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint received some visual tweaks that mirror the changes in progress for the Office 2016 for Windows beta.
Microsoft has just released the first preview build of Office for Mac 2016, a major update for the out-of-date software that brings modern productivity features to OS X for the first time in five years. All OS X users can download the preview now and use it for free until the final launch later this year.
A newly leaked build of Windows 10 includes the next generation Spartan Web Browser, revealing how the browser will take advantage of Cortana to provide a rich and seamless browsing experience.
Members of the OS X Public Beta Program can now get a taste of OS X 10.10.3, featuring the new Photos app for OS X, new emoji options, and support for Google 2-factor authentication.
When Windows 10 debuts later this year, it will include a new Web browser called Spartan. Spartan represents Microsoft’s efforts to create a streamlined browser from scratch, with a new rendering engine that’s built for the modern Web. While the Spartan app and interface are still absent from the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview build, here’s how you can get a taste of the new Spartan Edge rendering engine right from within Internet Explorer 11.
It can be fun to participate in the OS X Yosemite Beta Program or Developer Preview and get early looks at new OS X features, but sometimes it’s best to return to the safer and more stable public builds. Here’s how to remove your Mac from the OS X beta update program and stop receiving pre-release updates in Software Update.