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If you haven’t already made the upgrade to Windows 10 — and believe us, you’ve had plenty of time to do so and plenty of forewarning — the free upgrade “window” has officially closed. Those who use Assistive Technologies can still upgrade for free (for now), but everyone else will need to pony up $119 for the privilege. With that being said, the next big thing on Microsoft’s agenda is the Anniversary Update, which is the first major update for Windows 10. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be released to the general public tomorrow, and here’s what to expect when you install it on your Windows machine: Windows Ink: Windows Ink is a natural fit for first-party Microsoft hardware like the Surface... Read more...
Just days after delivering Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 14327 to testers, Microsoft is back again with Insider Preview Build 14328 for both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. However, the big changes come on the PC side, as Microsoft says that this is a “MAJOR” release for testers — thankfully, there’s plenty to get excited about in this build. The headlining feature is the first public arrival of Windows Ink, which was first announced late last month at BUILD 2016. Windows Ink is meant to be a powerful tool to help you put creative thoughts that typically would go down on paper onto a digital medium within Windows 10. You’ll be able to draw on a digital whiteboard and create digital... Read more...
Microsoft had plenty to say about Windows 10 during its Build Conference on Wednesday. One of them is that its latest OS is now installed on more than 270 million active devices, an adoption rate that outpaces Windows 7 in the same time frame by 145 percent. That's impressive, but 270 million installs is far from the end game—Microsoft is eyeing 1 billion installs within the next few years. The Redmond outfit will need to continually improve Windows 10 in order to get there, and come this summer, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will introduce several nifty features to keep those upgrades from tapering off. Part of the focus with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is on biometric security. According... Read more...