Microsoft launches Windows bug bounty programme
Up to £191,680 per flaw.
Will offer security updates only.
No patch yet available.
'Still has rough edges,' warn its creators.
Test changes before they're live.
$20 a month for Windows 10, Office 365.
Fall Creators Update loses a big feature.
Follows WannaCry's infection vector.
Only for fresh installations, though.
Warns of 'nation-state' risks.
Adds a new string to the DirectX bow.
Advanced and Basic Editions later.
Whitelist or cough up, visitors told.
1986's smash hit reborn.
Too buggy for desktops, too.
Spoils of 2012 acquisition finally retired.
Asus, HP, and Lenovo to launch machines.
Aims to quadruple the charity's reach.
Just so long as you didn't reboot.
Aims for a Chinese walled garden approach.
Not much hope for other OSes, though.
Conexant audio driver to blame.
Builds heavily on Neon concept browser.
Malware Protection Engine to blame.
Only for Windows users with >4GB.
Removes a false advantage for Ryzen.
Monolithic model proving unpopular.
No updates past June, no app store in 2018.
Will begin ignoring robots.txt.
Not for Google ads, naturally.