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Operating System, Windows

Still using a Windows 10 version from 2015? You must upgrade now

October 10, 2017

Via: Tech Radar

Come the end of today, Microsoft is dropping support for those folks who are still running Windows 10 version 1511, the first major update for the OS which was released back in November 2015. This means that people still using […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows Phone has been dead for years, but Microsoft finally just admitted it

October 9, 2017

Via: Boy Genius

When Windows Phone was first unveiled back in 2010 as “Windows Phone Series 7,” its ambitions were lofty but its prospects were bleak. Many people covering the mobile market at the time were rooting for Microsoft to succeed, but we […]


Operating System, Windows

How Windows 10 S is different from the Windows 10 you know

September 21, 2017

Via: Computerworld

The sleek new Surface Laptop comes with it, and so do $300 two-in-one tablet PCs for education. But exactly what is Windows 10 S, and how is it different from other versions of Windows 10? The “S” in Windows 10 […]


Operating System, Windows

How Windows to Go can protect data for business travelers

August 28, 2017

Via: Computerworld

Often, Microsoft presents technological solutions to problems experienced by only a tiny percentage of its customer base. Windows to Go was like that — a nice solution to a problem that was virtually non-existent back when it was first released in 2011. […]


Operating System, Windows

Microsoft to Enable Eye Control in Windows 10

August 28, 2017

Via: Anandtech

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella this past week announced plans to add support for eye tracking to one of the upcoming Windows 10 versions, in a bid to enable disabled people to use computers. The head of Microsoft did not say […]


Operating System, Windows

Microsoft releases fix for botched Office 2016 patch, KB 4011093

August 23, 2017

Via: Computerworld

Late last night, Microsoft released a new Office 2016 patch, KB 4011093. According to the KB article, it fixes a bug in the Aug. 1 Office 2016 non-security patch KB 4011051, which left hyperlinks in Excel 2016 non-functional. It also […]


Operating System, Windows

The paranoid Windows traveler’s data-protection checklist

August 23, 2017

Via: Computerworld

It used to be that the most intrusive experience business travelers faced at airport security was a possible pat-down, or a customs check of luggage. These days, border control agents are searching passengers’ phones, tablets and laptops for … well, […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: 9 key enterprise features

July 27, 2017

Via: Computerworld

Microsoft will release the next major update for Windows 10 in September, just five months after the last one, the Creators Update. The company has been offering sneak peeks at the upcoming release, named the Fall Creators Update, through its Windows Insider […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10 Mobile isn’t dead; it is just quietly fading from existence

May 26, 2017

Via: Phone Dog

I don’t speak much about Windows Phone (Windows 10 Mobile) these days. There isn’t much left to say about it. The last article I wrote regarding Windows 10 Mobile basically stated yes, some people may have use for what Windows […]


Operating System, Windows

Microsoft wants to make iOS and Android even better

May 12, 2017

Via: Phone Dog

I recently talked about the reason that I’m “loyal” to Apple, insofar that I’m most comfortable using iOS and there are some features that I just don’t want to give up (Control Center) by switching to another platform. The most […]