Andy Patrizio

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Andy Patrizio is a freelance journalist based in southern California who has covered the computer industry for 20 years and has built every x86 PC he’s ever owned, laptops not included.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of ITworld, Network World, its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Why you should not get excited over Windows Server on ARM

How to be the first to get the Creators Update

How to be the first to get the Creators Update

Just join the Insiders and watch it download, if you dare.

Signs point to finalizing of the Windows 10 Creators Update

Signs point to finalizing of the Windows 10 Creators Update

Final version number appeared and internal sign off has reportedly begun.

Apple is losing ground in its traditional market: Education

Apple is losing ground in its traditional market: Education

Windows and Android have surpassed Apple in schools.

The DVD format at 20: Where it's been and where will it go?

The DVD format at 20: Where it's been and where will it go?

The format had a rough start. Its future isn't much rosier.

94% of Microsoft vulnerabilities can be easily mitigated

94% of Microsoft vulnerabilities can be easily mitigated

Just turn off Administrator's rights on the PC and you can lock it down.

Microsoft announces a series of health care initiatives

Microsoft announces a series of health care initiatives

Programs are centered around A.I. for health care products.

The changing face of Windows 10

The changing face of Windows 10

New features and a big adjustment to the UI are coming.

Microsoft reportedly working on a unified UI

Microsoft reportedly working on a unified UI

The project sounds similar to one from Google, and has the same codename.

Microsoft lays out the future direction for its .NET languages

Microsoft lays out the future direction for its .NET languages

The development paths of Visual Basic and C# will diverge, which may be too late.

How to prevent a bad case of cloud buyer’s remorse

How to prevent a bad case of cloud buyer’s remorse

Nearly 40% of organizations with public cloud experience have moved at least some of those workloads back to on premises, mostly due to security and cost concerns.

Microsoft details changes coming to Edge browser

Microsoft details changes coming to Edge browser

Microsoft is plowing ahead with its struggling browser.

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