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Windows 10 will no longer let you Google search from Cortana

Today Microsoft published a blog post today mentioning their new intention of protecting the Integrated Search Experience in Windows 10. In other words, Microsoft will not allow users to set Read more »

Facebook introduces Facebook, Messenger and Instagram Windows 10 Apps

Owing to the increasing popularity of Windows 10 and the enthusiastic approach of Microsoft towards ameliorating the operating system, big companies are now bringing Apps exclusively for Windows 10. Facebook Read more »

Unlike past times, Desktop and Mobile platforms are close to each other in terms of functionality. In earlier times, the desktop OS platform differed widely from that of the mobile Read more »

Windows 10 Mobile now officially supports Snapdragon 830 and other new chipsets

HP announced its new Elite x3 handset, the long awaited Windows 10 Mobile that would run Snapdragon 820. However, it was reported that the phone will not arrive the market Read more »

Microsoft integrates QR codes to Windows 10 BSOD to troubleshoot crashes

If you are a Windows user, then the most annoying thing that ever happened to you is the system crash and the subsequent BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) with a Read more »

Camera button on lock screen coming in Windows 10 Mobile Redstone

One of the internal Builds of Windows 10 Mobile Redstone version has showed up a new feature on the lockscreen- the camera button. This means you can open the camera Read more »

Windows 10 Build 14316 arrives but with known issues

Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 Build 14316 in the Fast Ring. Most of the features present in Build 14316 are going to accompany the Windows 10 Anniversary update. With Read more »

Microsoft showcases plausible Start Menu changes in Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Microsoft showcased a host of Start menu images to the Insiders in the Build 2016 Conference held at San Francisco. Most of the features are going to be incorporated into Read more »

Windows Ink

Windows Ink is the new ameliorated version of Microsoft’s Pen support. As Microsoft says, this thing is the future of pen technology. Windows Ink was teased at the Build 2016 Read more »

Microsoft adding the Linux command line to Windows 10

Microsoft is geared up to reach out to Linux developers by expressing their idea of incorporating the Bash Shell to Windows 10. In the Build 2016 event, Kevin Gallo of Read more »