Microsoft’s Gabe Aul announced today that the latest January Windows 10 build is now available for members of the Windows insider program. Download it now!
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Microsoft held it’s Windows 10: The Next Chapter briefing today, and Here’s a look at some of the coolest devices and news announced during today’s event.
Microsoft will be holding its major Windows 10 event today starting at 9:00 AM PT/12PM ET. It’ll stream live and will show off more Windows 10 features.
Windows users who like to dig into System Settings and Administrative tools in older versions, might notice it’s not as easy to find in Windows 8.
Windows 10 Briefing next week will be streaming live and speakers include leaders from the OS development: Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore, CEO Satya Nadella.
Microsoft announced today on its Office Blogs that everyone is officially gaining the ability to save attachments in Outlook.com directly to OneDrive.
Microsoft announced this week that the latest count of Windows 8 modern apps combined with Windows Phone apps has reached a new tally of 560,000 total.
When busy working on your laptop, you’re not always keeping your eyes on the battery level. Here’s how to get a custom low battery alert when you need it.
Microsoft has started to roll out a new feature in Outlook.com that allows you to save file attachments directly to OneDrive with a simple click.
If you want an easy way to share a drive with all of the computers and devices in your home network, take a look at your router and use a USB drive.
VLC media player is one of our favorite programs for Windows and a plethora of other platforms, and is now available for Windows Phone 8.1 users.
Window 10 will support Flac and MKV files natively, it’s not available in the current official build, 9879, but is in the leaked 9901 build. Here’s a look.
If you own a Microsoft Surface, from the original RT to the Surface Pro 3, Microsoft now has full images for each model available for download.
If you get a new computer this holiday season, it will come with Windows 8, and you’re wondering where to begin. Don’t worry, this guide has you covered.