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Many people that have been working from home recently will be familiar with the concept of "remote desktop" - allowing you to access a machine in your office from another device entirely. Microsoft's latest product takes that to the next level. What if that remote machine doesn't actually physically exist at all?

Following our article last month about the forthcoming release of Windows 11, a few new details have emerged. These include a few more snippets about what changes to expect in Windows 11, what to expect if you're planning on sticking with Windows 10 for a while, and some siginifcant changes coming to Microsoft Teams. We'll have a quick look at these in this blog,

As regular readers will know, Microsoft have been releasing twice-yearly feature updates for Windows 10 for some time now, and this isn't changing any time soon. We have covered what to expect from each of these released so far, so with the spring update due soon, what changes should we expect to find this time?

Yep, it's that time again. Microsoft will soon be pushing out the second of the two annual feature updates to Windows 10 users in the coming days. As was the case last year, this autumn release is smaller in scope than the spring one. However, that doesn't mean that nothing's changing. Let's take a look at some differences you may notice.

The days that it's possible to continue to safely run Microsoft's Windows 7 are literally numbered. Despite the fact stats suggest that millions have clung on to the aging operating system until the very last moment, all support is being withdrawn in January.

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