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    Microsoft News Roundup: Key Windows news, dual-boot Chromebooks, Windows 11 updates on Surface Duo, etc.

    In the world of Microsoft, Windows and games, a lot of news is released every week. It’s easy to miss a few deals, especially when busy searching for the best Prime Day deals. That’s why we’ve compiled all the biggest news from each week into one convenient section to start the weekend.

    A bit of a trend emerged earlier this week. We’ve covered a number of stories around making Windows run on things it never had. Indie developer Gustave Monce has seen a major breakthrough in the Windows 11 project on Surface Duo, another developer added Windows 11 dual-boot support on Chromebooks, and someone even managed to get Windows 98 running on Xbox Series X.

    Microsoft moves to three-year release cycle for Windows

    Surface Pro 8 with keyboard

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    The biggest news of the week is that Microsoft is moving into a three-year release cycle for the Windows client. That means the company ships a major version of Windows every three years. This is more in line with what Microsoft did with many previous versions of its operating system but is a big change when compared to Windows 11 and Windows 10, which came out seven years apart.

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