Microsoft today was busy releasing updates and new builds for Windows 10. Three updates released improve upgrading and enhance functionality.
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Microsoft today released the latest preview version, build 10532. It includes bug fixes and overall stability enhancements, and a couple new features.
The stand-alone HBO NOW service has rolled out to the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. This comes on the heels of HBO NOW support for Chromecast.
New Color options are coming to Windows 10. While still in early in development, we thought you’d like to get an idea of what’s coming to Windows 10.
Microsoft today released a new Preview version of Windows 10 for those participating in the Windows Insiders program (Fast Ring only) build 10525.
The Amazon Echo continues to get new features. Most recently, it added StubHub integration to find out what events are taking place in your area.
Microsoft has released another cumulative update for Windows 10 users, (KB3081438), which makes it the third in two weeks, and it’s live now.
Microsoft today announced that it is rolling out the latest Windows 10 mobile preview build build 10512 which comes about a month after build 10166.
If you’re still on the fence about whether you’re going to upgrade to Windows 10 or not, Microsoft has a cool interactive site you need to check out.
Microsoft just announced Outlook, Wunderlist, Yammer, and Translator for the Apple Watch. As well as apps for its services on Android Wear devices.
Microsoft today released its first cumulative update for Windows 10 (KB3081424) which brings non-security improvements to enhance functionality.
Microsoft rebranded its Xbox Music service to coincide with the Windows 10 launch, and now it’s available on all major mobile platforms, including iOS.
While all of the world’s eyes are on Windows 10 for the desktop, Microsoft today is rolling out a small update for Windows 10 Mobile preview. Here’s a look.
Upgrade to Windows 10 and having second thoughts? Yes, you can revert back to your old OS, but there is an important caveat to keep in mind.