5 Windows Utilities I Can’t Live Without

5 Windows Utilities I Can’t Live Without

I’ve been a faithful Windows user for years. Throughout this lengthy period, Microsoft has come a long way with its desktop operating system – the interface has shifted from dull visuals to a lot more modern aesthetics, it can finally handle touch and traditional desktop applications without messing the navigation, and a whole lot more has been changed. However, for […]

     
 
 

Microsoft Aims to Substantially Reduce Size of Windows Updates with Differential Patching

Microsoft Aims to Substantially Reduce Size of Windows Updates with Differential Patching

If you’ve ever owned a Windows computer and went through the update process, you would know how inconveniently large the download file sizes are. Microsoft wants to change that and with the Creators Update coming later in 2017, they’ll be implementing something called Unified Update Platform (UUP) which will significantly minimize the downloads. UUP will essentially enable differential downloads for […]

     
 
 

Dear Microsoft, we ALWAYS Wanted Windows in our Pocket, but When do we get it?

Dear Microsoft, we ALWAYS Wanted Windows in our Pocket, but When do we get it?

“This is not Windows!” “Yes, it is.” “No, it is not. It does not look and work the way it does on the desktop!” “Obviously. This is meant for phones!” “See, I told you it was not Windows!” “No, no, this is Windows, but it is meant for phones. Designed differently for smaller screens…” “I don’t WANT it designed differently. […]

 
     
 
 

Microsoft Promises Better Windows SSH Support with Tighter Integration to Control Linux Machines

Microsoft Promises Better Windows SSH Support with Tighter Integration to Control Linux Machines

According to Microsoft’s PowerShell team, Windows will soon support the SSH encryption protocol for remote access. Thus, in the near future, users will be able to remote-control Linux PCs much easier than before. With this move, Microsoft is further showing its support for open source, and this is definitely going to be appreciated by programmers and supporters of free software. Secure Shell allows […]

     
 
 

Microsoft Working on Office Now, a Work-assistant app for iOS, Android and Windows

Microsoft Working on Office Now, a Work-assistant app for iOS, Android and Windows

Microsoft is adding many new features to the final version of its upcoming Windows 10 operating system, but also to its Office suite of products. According to fresh information coming from Neowin as well as Twitter account h0x0d, it seems that Microsoft is working on a new Office personal assistant which is allegedly coming to iOS, Android and Windows devices. According to […]

     
 
 

Microsoft’s HoloLens Headset Brings Holographic Computing to the Masses

Microsoft’s HoloLens Headset Brings Holographic Computing to the Masses    

Slowly, but surely, Microsoft is transforming itself into a company that’s innovative and which, foremost, wants its customers to view it as thinking forward. And my personal feeling is that its new CEO, Satya Nadella, is the man responsible for this fresh approach. During today’s event, Microsoft’s boss said the following, which I think is essential to how he wants […]

     
 
 

Use WhatsApp on Windows and Mac with AirDroid 3

Use WhatsApp on Windows and Mac with AirDroid 3    

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the world, with more than 600 million active users, with India alone boasting a user base of more than 70 million. And as the usage of smartphones around the world increases, so do WhatsApp’s numbers. But there are many who would like to be able to send and receive WhatsApp messages not […]

     
 
 

64-Bit Chrome Version for Windows Now in the Stable Channel [Download]

64-Bit Chrome Version for Windows Now in the Stable Channel [Download]

Google has finally released a 64-bit stable version of its Chrome browser for Windows systems. Version 37 of Chrome brings it to the mainstream, as the 64-bit support has been in testing since June. By using the 64-bit version, Windows users get speed, security, and stability. Also, according to Google, certain media and graphics workloads in particular are faster with 64-bit. THe VP9 video […]

     
 
 

Microsoft Makes Windows Free for Devices with 9-inch Screens and Smaller

Microsoft Makes Windows Free for Devices with 9-inch Screens and Smaller

In what is clearly an extremely (and pleasantly) surprising move, Microsoft has made its popular desktop operating system free for devices with smaller screens than 9-inches. In its ongoing annual developer conference, BUILD, Microsoft took to the stage to announce Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1 Update 1 and MS Office for touch screen devices, but a free Windows was completely […]