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Microsoft is continuing to move forward with Windows 10 which aims to draw customers from the business world that are still running Windows 7. The current code-named Spartan browser that will be released on Windows 10 will not be available through Microsoft on Windows 7. While Microsoft is placing a list of familiar features from […]
First Microsoft opened up Office to iOS and Android users, and now the company is adding its Outlook email service to the list of apps you can use on the two most popular mobile operating systems.
Xbox Music, Microsoft’s music streaming service, is available on both Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8. If you are a Windows Phone user, head over to the Windows Phone Store for a nifty new Xbox Music app update that addresses several issues.
As part of the Windows 10 January Technical Preview, Microsoft introduced some reworked system apps with new designs and features in tow. See below, details what’s new in the Alarms, Calculator, and Maps apps which seem to have gotten significant improvements.
Not long after Microsoft officially announced Spartan, its next-gen browser for Windows 10, the company has already shared some insight into what the browser is designed to be, and how it works under the hood.
WhatsApp released a new feature today called WhatsApp Web. Now you can send and receive texts from your computer’s web browser. The web browser feature is just another way you can use WhatsApp. The web browser copies the messages on your mobile device available on another device. Whether it be a tablet or a PC, you can […]
Microsoft has announced release dates and prices for new games coming to the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Ori and the Blind Forest, ScreamRide, and State of Decay: Year-One Survival Edition will all be available this spring.