When Raphael Rivera tweets on potential in-app advertisements in WordPad, it gets me to thinking about ads within the Windows OS in general. For me, their absence beat their presence, hands down.
As we have repeatedly told readers here on Win10.guru, it’s most definitely time to unplug Windows 7 from life support and let it die, and time to upgrade to Windows 10. Some hard-core users, as well as businesses relying on legacy software running on Windows 7 will hang on, and continue life support against the
Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Ring Build 18970 (August 29) Notable new features in new Insider Fast Ring build include a new cloud based PC reset option, and a revamped tablet experience for 2-in1 devices: We are beginning to roll out a new tablet experience for 2-in-1 convertible PCs as a Beta to Windows Insiders.
Sorry readers, this weekly Windows news recap is running a little behind schedule. Kari had some personal matters to attend to this weekend and I got distracted by family matters yesterday, even though I agreed to take this up on his behalf. Again: our apologies to make you wait. Here’s last week’s recap! New Insider
Microsoft laid out its Chromium based Edge Enterprise roadmap at their Inspire 2019 conference in Las Vegas this week. We are sharing an update on capabilities that we are investing in to make the next version of Microsoft Edge the best browser for enterprises and business customers of all sizes. The Dev Channel now has
I appreciate t that we Windows Insiders, as well as those using general releases, are allowed to give feedback whenever we want to, on any subject. The Feedback Hub app is an excellent innovation: making it into an integral part of the Windows 10 user experience is a wise decision. When I upgrade to a
Microsoft finally released its first Insider Preview build of the Chromium based Edge browser yesterday. For the record, its version number is 184.108.40.206. ? Calling all web devs and tinkerers! ? The first preview builds of the next version of #MicrosoftEdge are ready for you – try it out now! https://t.co/I531hfmD3G pic.twitter.com/Tvh6OGGouO — Microsoft Edge