Microsoft is looking to boost productivity with Windows 10X

Microsoft is looking to boost productivity with Windows 10X

Windows 10 has loads of productivity options and it looks like Microsoft is also focusing on productivity with Windows 10X. Based on Windows Core OS, Windows 10X is a new operating system designed for foldable PCs, dual-screen laptops, and soon the traditional laptops. Windows 10X will boast some……

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Microsoft is making these features optional on Windows 10

Microsoft is making these features optional on Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with several features for both consumers and business. In Windows 10, there are quite a few features that you don’t use and they are disabled by default. Such features are optional and they could help with accessibility, productivity apps or hardware. Microsoft has quietly confirm……

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Microsoft confirms a known issue in Windows 10 KB4535996

Microsoft confirms a known issue in Windows 10 KB4535996

Windows 10 KB4535996 is another roller coaster ride for some people with many users reporting boot failures, slow boot, reduced performance, and SignTool.exe crashes. As always, Microsoft hasn’t issued any warnings for Windows 10 owners and official workaround to deal with the latest disaster is a……

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Microsoft Edge might get Windows 10’s Fluent Design

Microsoft Edge might get Windows 10’s Fluent Design

After approximately one year of beta testing, Microsoft has released Chromium-based Edge browser for Windows 10, 7 and macOS. Chromium Edge, which runs on the same web engine as Chrome, comes with its own exclusive features and as well as the features available in Google’s browser. The new browse……

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Microsoft is redesigning the Windows logo and over 100 other app icons

Microsoft is redesigning the Windows logo and over 100 other app icons

If there’s one thing you can say about Microsoft’s products, it’s that they never stay the same for long, for better or worse. While that fact often presents itself in the form of sweeping (sometimes unwanted) changes to Windows 10, today, we’re seeing it take shape in less……

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Microsoft Teams is now available to Linux users

Microsoft Teams is now available to Linux users

Microsoft Teams is easily one of the most popular communication and collaboration tools out there, and with how many platforms it’s available on — including iOS, Android, macOS, and, of course, Windows — it’s not hard to see why that’s the case. Today, Microsoft expan……

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Microsoft to kill Wunderlist apps on May 6th, 2020

Microsoft to kill Wunderlist apps on May 6th, 2020

Microsoft today announced that it will shut down Wunderlist on May 6th, 2020. For the past few years, Microsoft has been working on a brand-new task management app called To Do. Microsoft To Do will be the successor to Wunderlist app and you can import your lists from Wunderlist to To Do in few st……

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Microsoft to kill off support for its Windows 10 Mobile Office apps

Microsoft to kill off support for its Windows 10 Mobile Office apps

Microsoft’s slow eradication of Windows 10 Mobile will continue through to January 2021—the date when support for its first-party Office apps comes to an end. Way back in July 2017, Microsoft officially pulled the plug on the Windows Phone, and its focus on Windows 10 Mobile was waning rapidly. T……

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Windows 10 20H1 update is a step closer to public rollout

Windows 10 20H1 update is a step closer to public rollout

Today, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 20H1 Build 19030 to the beta testers and just like the past few preview updates, this one also comes with minor improvements. As we reported in October, Microsoft is shifting to a new December and June RTM cycle, which could mean that the Windows 10 feat……

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Microsoft explains what makes Windows 10 v1909 different

Microsoft explains what makes Windows 10 v1909 different

Microsoft recently launched Windows 10 November 2019 Update (version 1909) and the company is gradually pushing the update to devices in stages. The November 2019 Update is being offered via Windows Update, Update Assistant, and as well as Media Creation Tool. The update is available for consumer……

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Microsoft brings back Windows 10’s update deferral settings

Microsoft brings back Windows 10’s update deferral settings

After installing Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903), several users reported that an unacknowledged bug hid deferral settings. In addition to pause updates option, Windows Update also offers advanced controls called ‘Defferal settings’. If you open Windows Update Advanced Options pane and sc……

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Microsoft brings NVIDIA GPU-powered supercomputer to Azure

Microsoft brings NVIDIA GPU-powered supercomputer to Azure

At the SC19 supercomputing show in Denver, Microsoft and NVIDIA announced the new NDv2, the world’s largest GPU-accelerated cloud-based supercomputer on Azure. NDv2 VMs are designed specifically for most demanding distributed HPC, AI, and machine learning workloads. These VMs come with 8 NVIDIA Te……

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