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Microsoft has rolled out Windows Temple Studio 1.2. Microsoft made the announcement about this release back in the month of May. The Windows Temple Stuido 1.2 enables developers to build Read more »


Windows operating system creates several different types of memory dumps. The memory dumps can be accessed very easily from the System and Security setting under Control Panel. Users often delete Read more »


The next big update for Windows 10 is anticipated to be launching in Fall 2017. The name of the major uopdate has not yet been decided. Atleast, we haven’t heard Read more »


The second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft releases updates for different versions of Windows. The event is called Patch Tuesday and the Redmond based tech giant pushes updates and patches Read more »


At some point getting all your information of what you have deleted few months or years back would be a really necessary thing due to some important and unavoidable circumstances. Read more »


Windows 10 allows users to create local user account besides the Microsoft Live Account. As you know, Microsoft Live account is mandatory in Windows 10. Even though there is provision Read more »


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Microsoft has recently released a new cumulative update for Windows Insiders program. The good thing is that the update will be rolled in the Slow Ring which means more stability Read more »


Google has a reverse image search feature which is just the opposite of what we know. When we search something on Google, it shows us results of what we are Read more »


Windows 10 for PC Build 16226 is out. It has brought a lot of new features along with it. These also include the issues that have been resolved. Microsoft in Read more »


WhatsApp has announced that the software is officially ending its support for Windows Phone 8. Last year, the Facebook owned company unveiled that they will no longer support Windows Phone Read more »