Tag "Windows 10"

Microsoft is dropping Windows 10 S in favor of ‘S Mode’

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Microsoft is dropping Windows 10 S as a standalone product in favor of a new “S Mode” for Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Education possibly to clear confusion among its hardware partners and consumers alike. Both Thurrott and Neowin have discovered that Microsoft is dropping Windows 10

Microsoft introduces new privacy tool tells what Windows 10 data is sent to Microsoft

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Microsoft has introduced a new app called Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer that will provide an in-depth information of the data being sent to Microsoft. “To kick off the new year ahead of ‘Data Privacy Day’ we are giving our Windows

Netflix supports HDR streaming on Windows 10

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Netflix has announced support for HDR streaming on Windows 10 platform. The feature will work on both Microsoft Edge browser and Netflix app on Windows 10. The company wrote in a blog post on Medium, “With HDR enabled, fans can

Microsoft removes Google Chrome installer from Windows Store

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Google released its Chrome app on the Windows Store, which just directed users to a download link to install the browser. Within a few hours, Microsoft removed it. In a statement, Microsoft cited the violation of its store policies as the

Microsoft’s newest Windows 10 build includes Timeline and Sets feature

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Microsoft has started testing the much-awaited Timeline feature in the latest build of Windows 10. The Timeline feature lets you pick up where they left off if one is switching between Windows 10 devices. It is a quick way to move from

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Edge updates and more

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Microsoft has launched a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with interesting improvements. This build is part of the RS4 branch, which represents the next Windows 10 update the company is yet to announce. Windows 10 has been built in

Microsoft to end its free upgrade to Windows 10 on December 31

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If you are using Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 and wish for a Windows upgrade then better hurry up because Microsoft is ending its free upgrade to Windows 10 offer on December 31. The company had already stopped free upgrade

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is finally here

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is finally available to more than 500 million devices running on Windows 10 globally. The 4th major update for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is filled with new features that empower the users to unleash their

1Password extension now available for Microsoft Edge

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If you’re a 1Password user, the password manager’s Edge extension is now finally available on Windows 10, a year after a preview came out for Insiders. The development was first spotted by Windows Bog Italia. According to the developers’ posts on their forum, Microsoft approved

Microsoft might sneak preview the mixed reality offerings ahead of official release

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Microsoft is likely to showcase the company’s new line of mixed reality offerings in a media event on October 3 in San Francisco. The Redmond giant has started inviting media to the event with a promise that it’ll be an opportunity

Microsoft unveils new Windows 10 Pro for Workstations

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Microsoft is officially unveiling a new operating system for workstations. Dubbed the “Windows 10 Pro for Workstations“, the new version is intended to use with desktops and laptops featuring up to four physical Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron server-class processors. Windows

Microsoft introduces Eye Control feature in its latest Windows 10 preview

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Microsoft has started testing a new Windows 10 feature called Eye Control which could make operating system much more accessible to those with disabilities. Eye Control allows people to use their eyes to control an on-screen mouse and keyboard and

Microsoft’s workstation edition might come back after 20 years

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Last week, Microsoft accidentally delivered a new, but buggy Windows 10 build to its testers, causing problems for ‘some’ users. Hoping that you’ve noticed our emphasization on ‘some,’ many testers were happy to receive the build because it also revealed

Microsoft starts rolling out free Creators Update to the Windows 10 users

Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update to all the Windows 10 customers around the world as a free update. Windows 10 Creators Update offers users with a new creativity and experiences on 3D, mixed reality, enhanced apps, built-in game

Netflix expands the offline viewing option to Windows 10 PCs

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After four months of launching the offline feature on Android and iOS platforms, Netflix has now expanded the feature to PCs also. Yes, now you can download all your Netflix shows on Windows desktop and watch them later. Netflix is

Windows 10 to get mixed reality support next month

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Those of you who have been eagerly awaiting mixed reality technology within the Microsoft ecosystem, the Redmond-based company will begin rolling out the latest iteration of its operating system on April 11, and also it has confirmed that mixed reality (MR) support will be

Microsoft releases latest Windows 10 Insider Preview with app install control & more

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Only four days after releasing build 15042, Microsoft has released Windows 10 for PCs Insider Preview build 15046 to the participators of the Windows Insider Program. However, the latest build does not bring a slew of features, but only a minute

Windows 10 gains 25pc market share, still way behind Windows 7

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Nearly 47 percent of computers across the world still work on Microsoft’s old operating system Windows 7 despite the fact that the latest and greatest operating system Windows 10 released nearly 18 months back and was available as free upgrade

Microsoft launches Windows 10 Preview build 15014 with eBooks and more

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Microsoft is trying to put together a different experience for the Windows users, especially for readers with its latest update. The latest Windows 10 Preview build (15014) for PCs and mobile devices, released yesterday, includes features like e-books which will

Microsoft launches new privacy controls to ease privacy concerns

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With Windows 10 launch, the Redmond-based company received a flood of criticism for one of the most serious internet issues- privacy. While Windows 10 users were working on PC, the operating system was collecting user information. Though some data collection