Microsoft today announced the availability of its second Windows 10 Preview this week with Build 16275 for Insiders in the Fast ring. More Reading:
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Microsoft announced Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16273 for PC and that it’s making Windows 10 S available for Insiders to test.
If your Windows 10 touch screen device isn’t as responsive or accurate as it used to be, here’s how to calibrate it for better results.
While it’s not the same as previous versions, in Windows 10 you can still play an image slideshow from within File Explorer. Here’s how.
Microsoft announced it is rolling out an improved Outlook.com beta over the coming weeks. Here’s how to get it now if you don’t want to wait.
Microsoft introduces a new Windows 10 edition called Workstation with features for high end desktop PCs. Find out what it is and whats included.
A new feature in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update called “Continue on PC.” It allows you to start work on your phone and move it to PC.
Microsoft’s mobile online storage client for iOS got a total rewrite today with new features such as offline scanning, paper scanning and expiring links. Some of these features were previously found in apps such as Microsoft’s own Office Lens scanning app. Now you can conveniently access them from the OneDrive app. New Version of OneDrive […]
Microsoft today announced it is rolling out a new opt-in beta program for its Outlook.com email service. Here’s what you can expect.
When it comes to powering down a PC, some users prefer to use the physical power button. Here’s how to configure its behavior in Windows 10.
Microsoft today announced the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16257 for PC and Preview Build 15237 for Mobile users in the Fast ring.
Today Microsoft significantly expanded the availability of Windows 10 S. Let’s review the details as well as how to install Microsofts new OS.
Trying to set up a child’s account but don’t live in the U.S.? Good luck verifying that you’re an adult.
Microsoft is bringing eye-tracking technology to Windows 10 with a feature called Eye Control available via Accessibility Options.