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Microsoft’s Second Major Windows 10 Update for 2017 is Coming Right After the Creators Update

Microsoft has been expected to release a secondary major update to Windows 10 users later this year after the Creators Update rolls out, but it was never made known when we can expect the first signs of the update. However, it now looks like the update, likely dubbed Redstone 3, Continue Reading

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Deal: Microsoft is (Yet Again) Offering Four Months Free of Groove Music Pass

If you’ve wanted to try out Microsoft’s music streaming service, Groove Music Pass, but have missed the multiple free trial offers in the past, today’s your lucky day. The company has announced a promotion where if you opt in for a one month free trial of Groove Music Pass, you’ll Continue Reading

Microsoft May Debut a Sequel to HoloLens in 2019

Microsoft’s HoloLens finally began shipping last year to developers who were willing to fork over $3,000 for a developer kit. It’s not exactly available to the public, but it’s available to anyone who wants it, if that makes sense. Now, the company behind the holographic computing hardware is gearing up Continue Reading

Microsoft Just Teased the Future of Windows 10’s Design

During today’s Developer Day stream, Microsoft teased (via Windows Central) the future of Windows 10’s design in a PowerPoint slide which seems to depict Project Neon. If you recall, we recently saw leaked screenshots of the new design language likely to be used in Redstone 3 (the next major update Continue Reading

Windows 10 Creators Update is Now ‘Feature Complete’

Photo credit: CNET Microsoft has announced that the Creators Update for Windows 10 – currently said to be arriving this April for all – is now ‘feature complete,’ meaning the latest build of the update, version number 15031, includes everything the Creators Update will minus the bugs. In addition, the Continue Reading

Microsoft’s CEO is Joining Starbucks’ Board of Directors

Via a press release today, Starbucks announced that they’ve nominated Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to join their board of directors. After soon-to-be-ex CEO Howard Schultz (the guy who’s credited for bringing a modern, technology-focused approach to Starbucks locations everywhere) is replaced this April after submitting his resignation, the coffee chain Continue Reading

Microsoft’s Holding an Event to Update Devs on the Windows 10 Creators Update

It’s been announced that Microsoft will hold a live-streamed event on February 8th to showcase all the changes coming to Windows 10 in the Creators Update and what it means for developers. It’s a more app dev-focused stream, but anyone can watch by registering here. For those who love extra Continue Reading

Microsoft’s ‘Dynamic Lock’ Will Secure Your Windows 10 PC When You Walk Away

Windows Hello is great for unlocking your PC using just your finger or eye balls, but a new security measure reportedly codenamed “Windows Goodbye” will take this action a step further and allow users’ PCs to lock when they walk away. It’s apparently called ‘Dynamic Lock’ to the rest of Continue Reading

Microsoft Debuts Slew of Features Coming in Windows 10 Creators Update

Photo via: CNET As a part of build 15002 now rolling out to Fast Ring users, Microsoft has announced a whole slew of new, originally unannounced features coming to Windows 10 in the Creators Update currently rumored to arrive this April. Previously, the build had leaked online giving us confirmation of Continue Reading

Here’s Your First Look at the Redesign Coming to Windows 10

It’s been reported previously that Microsoft is currently in development of Project Neon, a supposed tweaked UI that’ll build on top of the looks already present in Windows 10. We haven’t been able to catch a glimpse into what the company is working on so far, but according to new Continue Reading

Microsoft May Release the Windows 10 Creators Update in April

Back in October of last year, Microsoft officially unveiled the Windows 10 Creators Update. This new software will bring new features for artists and, well, creators such as a new Paint app, better support for 3D objects, and more. The Windows 10 VR interface is also launching alongside a bigger Continue Reading

Microsoft’s Cortana Receives Major Redesign and Passport to the UK on iOS and Android

Microsoft has announced that their voice assistant Cortana who made her way to iOS and Android earlier this year will land on the phones of our friends across the pond starting today. Those in the United Kingdom will be able to download the app to their Android handsets as of now, Continue Reading

Microsoft Will Allow x86 Apps to Run on ARM Processors Thanks to an Emulator

Via a blog post, Microsoft has announced a special partnership with Qualcomm to make running x86-based Windows apps and Windows 10 in general on ARM-based processors a reality. This all arrives as the feature’s previous rumors and reports began popping up everywhere and hinting at what the tech giant might Continue Reading

Microsoft’s PC Solitaire is Now Available for iOS and Android

If you’ve ever bought a Windows PC in your life, you’re aware of Microsoft’s world-famous Solitaire game you play while you wait for Photoshop to open. It’s that go-to game (right next to Minesweeper) everyone plays while they’re bored or need to pass some time. With the golden age of Continue Reading