Microsoft is going to end support for the original release version of Windows 10 on May 9th. The move is a part of Microsoft’s shift to its Windows as a service model. It was to be done earlier on March 26. However, Microsoft pushed back
As we have already discussed, Microsoft will officially start pushing the Creators update on April 11. The update is focused on creators specifically and it adds many new features much like Microsoft did with Anniversary update for Windows 10. If you don’t want to wait,
Microsoft is coming up with new things, and the Creators updates aren’t the only one. It has also updated its Windows Store policy to remove any Emulator. “Apps that emulate a game system are not allowed on any device family,” says the Windows Store Policy.
While Windows 10 is a justifiable update for most people as long as they make some tweaks to the privacy settings, Users running Windows 7 and Windows 8 have their reasons not to upgrade to the latest version of OS. And now it looks like
While getting people to install your apps on their devices was easier in the past, since last year, developers started to notice app fatigue: people are not that interested in installing and trying new apps because they are already tired. To get app installs higher,
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2017 for public download. The Visual Studio 2017 is a refreshed version of Microsoft’s integrated development environment (IDE). The Visual Studio 2017 supports non-Windows operating systems and the IDEwill facilitate the developers to build cloud and mobile apps on Mac,
Since Windows 10 mobile was launched, Microsoft has been focusing on its new feature called Windows 10 Continuum, which lets a user doc his/her phone to use it as a PC, complete with a mouse, keyboard, ethernet jack, SD card slots and even USB Ports.
Managing open Windows on PC has never been easier before, but when it comes to Windows that should stay on top so that you can glance at them when working on other apps, there has been a lot left to be desired. Well, Microsoft is
Since Google launched its browser-based operating system a few years ago, Microsoft has had a strong challenge in schools and colleges. Not only Chromebooks have proved to be cheaper, but their simplicity has made them a better choice for more than half schools in the US. It
Contextual menus can save a lot of time. In this post, we will discuss how you can Add More Options in Right Click Menu in Windows 10.