Microsoft announced the next version of Windows, Windows 10. It promises to ease the transition from Windows XP and Windows 7, and will work on practically any device.
Windows 10 Technical Preview has now reached 1 million users who have provided 200,000 pieces of feedback.
There is a new cleaner and fresher version of msn portal, and Bing content apps will be coming to iOS and Android.
The New MSN is Here. Bing Content Apps Re-branded
Forget One Windows for all devices, here are some features in Windows Phone that must come soon to Windows 8.
Xbox Music API is now open to all third party developers. The affiliate program is interesting too, but will developers come?
A growing number of Windows Store and Windows Phone Store apps are websites wrapped inside app wrappers. That’s not a good thing.
The Surface Pro 3 is a great laptop replacement. What does the Surface Family of devices say about Microsoft’s plans?
We have an upcoming 10-day vacation to places we have never visited before and I have made the decision to not carry any cameras or computers. While this may be ok for some of you out there it is a big deal for us.
Of course, I mean “camera” and “computer” in their traditional sense of the words as in a point-and-shoot or DSLR camera or a laptop (Windows or Mac). I am going to use my Lumia 920 (and iPhone 5s to a certain extent) as my camera, and am planning to carry my iPad 2 and Dell Venue 8 Pro as my computer.
We are going with another family and they are planning to bring their DSLR, so we will see how many pictures end up having a huge difference in quality.
The surprising aspect of this is that I didn’t even think twice before making the decision about the camera. I am not 100% convinced of the PC, but I do believe it makes sense to leave it behind.
Wish me luck!
Many of the changes made in Windows 8.1 Update are directly for simplifying mouse users’ lives in Windows 8.1.
I have resumed writing at Techie-Buzz. This past week, Microsoft’s //build/ conference gave me an opportunity to write something about the company and its moves.
At //build/, Microsoft made key announcements to get closer to realizing their vision of “One Windows”, hoping to increase developer interest in Windows.