The company is looking to use a more divisionally-collaborative approach to the way it designs software and hardware going forward.
Microsoft is looking to go back to its old role as an alley-oop assisting Center, by providing a bit of digital billboard space with a new section on its Microsoft Store website to help OEM’s peddle their wares powered by Windows.
Perhaps, one of Microsoft’s most popular software developers, Adobe, has recently announced via its Adobe blog, Adobe Creative Cloud will, “no longer support Windows 7, 8 and even some versions of 10.”
After ending mainstream support for Windows Phone 8.1 a year ago, Microsoft announced today that Windows Phone 8.x handsets will no longer get app updates after July 1, 2019.
The official Evernote app has updated to Version 6.11 on Windows PCs and tablets running Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. This latest update improves the drag-and-drop functionality, improves the loading of notes, adds a new zoom feature to the image gallery, and brings support for over 100 new emoji. Here’s the official release notes. […]
Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 8.1 operating systems today so, while the company will still supply security updates and patches through to January 10th 2023, the operating system itself will no longer receive fixes or improvements. Windows 8 (and 8.1) devices are already behind Windows 10 machines in regards to security, features, and support […]
Store editors are removing the installer tool as the company sees it violating its Store policies.
he Windows team is looking to inject some refinement in the way content and information are displayed in the latest OS offering by iterating on its controversial Modern Design with its 2.0 version labeled Fluent Design.
Microsoft has announced that it will be shutting down and ending support for its own Reader app in early 2018 for all Windows 10 devices. The notice came as a pop-up message in the app itself after a recent update that states that the app will become completely unusable after February 15th next year. The […]
Microsoft has pushed out an update to their Reader app on all Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 PCs. The app is a very streamlined pdf file viewer that launched alongside the Windows 8 operating system and it remains one of the fastest and simplest ways to open pdf files, read them, and make annotations or […]
Microsoft may have released some updates to their Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile operating systems as part of their monthly Patch Tuesday updates but that doesn’t mean that they’ve forgotten about Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Both received security updates today which also contain a fix for an Internet Explorer 11 crash bug on […]
Microsoft is sending out emails to Skype users notifying them that Google, LinkedIn or Yahoo connections will no longer auto-populate in Skype, but this change will also affect Outlook.com accounts.
WikiLeaks has published details of another exploit used by the CIA – a piece of spyware that can completely hijack a Windows-based system.
Take a look at the top Microsoft news for the past week – from Windows XP and other versions receicing
Microsoft has released patches for several of its unsupported operating systems to fix an exploit being used by the WannaCrypt ransomware that wreaked havoc across many countries.
A fix for the critical remote code execution vulnerability is now available to download on Windows 7, 8.1, RT, 10 and Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft Translator will soon be deprecated on older Windows platforms including Windows 8, Windows Phone 7.1 and Windows Phone 8.
Microsoft is planning to introduce a new design language called “NEON” in the Redstone 3 update. The Microsoft Design Language has changed a lot since it’s first release back in 2002 and now it seems like it’s time for another drastic change.
I’ve been a fan of Asphalt 8: Airborne since it’s release, and while the quality of the gameplay has downgraded with a weird requirement always to be connected to the internet while playing and the strong push at the freemium model the games includes, it is still quite enjoyable even today. But this isn’t about […]
A few days ago, Windows Insiders on Fast Fing got build 14942, which included a teeny-weeny change in this menu that mostly went unnoticed amongst some other new features.