Sean Endicott is the news writer at Windows Central, a website focusing on Microsoft, Windows 11, PCs, and gaming. He’s covered these topics for almost a decade, including the launch of three major versions of Windows as well as dozens of product launches from industry leaders such as Microsoft, Dell, Lenovo, ASUS, and Razer.
Sean focuses largely on daily news coverage of major companies within the industry. His role consists of writing articles about breaking news, covering content from press releases, and coordinating coverage of embargoed materials.
In addition to his news coverage, Sean communicates with developers to share news on the latest applications for Windows 11 as well as Microsoft’s applications on Android, iOS, and the web.
Sean studied broadcast journalism at Nottingham Trent University and worked in local television before joining us in the world of online news. You can find him on Twitter @Sean_Michael_UK.
If you're a fan of American football, or even if you're not, Sean's keen to tell everyone about the sport and how he uses Microsoft Teams to do film study with the youth team he coaches.
Get into groups Microsoft shipped Windows 11 Build 23575 to Insiders in the Dev Channel today. The update includes just a single change, and even that change is limited to a select group of Insiders.
teeny tiny Microsoft shipped Windows 11 Build 22631.2506 to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel this week. The update includes just a single change and doesn't have any fixes or other improvements.
Microsoft released a new Windows 11 Insider Preview build today. The update includes several fixes and a new option for Dynamic Lighting OEMs.
End of an era Another high-up executive just announced his departure from Microsoft. Chris Capossela will leave the tech giant after 32 years with the company.
Getting started Stardock just announced Start 11 v2, which brings new Start menu styles and several other improvements to the popular customization software.
Please Microsoft Qualcomm's Snapdragon X Elite looks like it could revolutionize Windows 11 on ARM, but Microsoft needs to fix the operating system's tablet mode first.
The Windows XP startup sound is an iconic jingle heard by millions of people around the world. Now, you can enjoy it on 11 different instruments.
More AI! Microsoft continues to make its AI-powered Copilot more accessible. You can now summon the tool in the Android version of Edge with a single tap.
Early savings The LG C3 is a feature-packed television that's an excellent choice for gaming. It has a 4K 120Hz display, 0.1ms response time, and support for variable refresh rate and auto low latency.
How much?! Intel's new 14th Gen CPUs are the only processors to support Intel Application Optimization. That tool can dramatically increase gaming performance, as shown by a Redditor recently.
The Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 is a gorgeous gaming monitor with monstrous specs. Right now, you can grab it for $800 off what it launched for just four months ago.
No pressure A recent story about Microsoft Edge raised questions about whether Bing Chat in the Sidebar collects your browsing data. Here's what you need to know.
Portable power Emdoor has a new portable gaming console on the way that pairs an Intel Meteor Lake-H CPU with Intel Arc 5 graphics.
Edge wants answers! Microsoft Edge now opens its Sidebar and presents a poll when you try to download Google Chrome.
Round it up! This week we saw new processors from Intel and AMD, an exclusive report about how many PCs run Windows 11, and got a glimpse of a portable gaming console that looks like a Nintendo 3DS.
Teeny tiny A small update made its way to the Surface Duo 2 this week. The original Surface Duo, however, did not receive an update since it is now out of support.
More improvements Microsoft rolled out an update to Windows Subsystem for Android this week that improves reliability and graphics. It also adds support for sharing .cer files to Android.
Oopsy! Microsoft released Windows 11 Build 25977 to Insiders in the Canary Channel this week. It turns out the company accidentally released an additional feature with the build.
Update time! Microsoft has disabled the improved casting experience temporarily to work out some bugs.
Latest and Greatest The AMD Radeon RX 7900M promises to be a powerful GPU for laptop gaming. You can get that new processor in the Alienware m18 starting today.
So much power AMD just unveiled its most powerful Radeon laptop GPU ever. The RX 7900M is built on AMD's RDNA 3 architecture and has second generation Infinity Cache and ray tracing technology.
Update needed Attackers can utilize a bug to execute code on your PC when you open zipped files.
Not so slow The Microsoft Store will now launch significantly faster, thanks to a recent update. You can grab the update for the Microsoft Store through the Microsoft Store.