In Windows 10, OneDrive is turning into a central sync and storage hub that offers robust compatibility across apps, devices, and platforms. Here’s how to make the most of the feature on your Windows-based machine.
Samsung’s Galaxy Book will need to address issues with the previous model, and Samsung has faced keyboard deficiencies head-on with a new design. There is some weirdness on hand, however, according to the machine’s user manual. The post Samsung Book user manual and new launch video offer interesting details appeared first on Digital Trends. Continue…
From a distance, the Asus Transformer Pro T304 is nearly indistinguishable from Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4, and the machine is now available for ordering from a few venues at some fairly premium prices. The post Asus Transformer Pro T304 is a Surface Pro 4 look-alike that can be ordered today appeared first on Digital Trends.…
The latest AdDuplex data provides some additional detail on how the Windows 10 market is shaking out. Specific emphasis was placed on how quickly users are upgrading their Windows 10 machines and which PCs are dominating the ecosystem. The post Latest AdDuplex data highlights a vibrant Windows 10 ecosystem appeared first on Digital Trends. Continue…
The team over at Porsche Design don’t have the same alleged qualms about offering up a pricey machine as Microsoft. The Book One is an expensive detachable in the same vein as today’s Surface Book, and it is seeking FCC certification. The post Porsche Design sends its Surface Book competitor to FCC for certification appeared…
Rumors abound that Microsoft is planning to release a new version of Windows 10 for low cost systems. Check out the latest Windows 10 Cloud rumors, leaks, and updates to see just what Cloud offers, and what devices it will be on. The post Windows 10 Cloud is on the way – but what is…
Windows 10 preview Build 15061 is full of nothing but bug fixes. Microsoft provided the details in its blog post, as usual, to make sure Windows Insiders know what is awaiting them.
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A newly published support article indicates that Microsoft is preparing to implement its previously announced policy of blocking Windows Update for users running older version of Windows wither newer CPUs.
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The latest Windows 10 preview build removes the ability to block updates from being downloaded on metered connections, which is likely to be mirrored in the public build as of the Creators Update.
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Typically smaller, lighter, and cheaper systems, netbooks were a craze for a few years before being killed off by tablets and low-cost “normal” notebooks. Now, GPD has introduced the Pocket, a netbook-like device for Windows 10
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Windows Insiders have likely noticed that Windows 10 Creators Update is feature complete at this point, with the latest Insider builds bringing mainly bug fixes. That’s definitely the case with Build 15058.
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Microsoft is ending support and security updates for its not so popular operating system Windows Vista. The OS has a tiny market share if you’re among them, you’ll need to update pronto to avoid security risks.
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Windows 10 might be the reason certain scenarios showed AMD’s Ryzen CPUs underperforming, but not everyone believe’s it’s the fault of the Scheduler, despite fingers being pointed in its direction.
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You’ve likely noticed that the latest Windows 10 preview builds have focused on fixes rather than new features, and that’s because Microsoft is getting ready to give the Creators Update its official stamp of approval.
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Microsoft seems intent on retaining Windows 10’s advertising functionality, and in fact has apparently been adding OneDrive commercials to File Explorer. You can turn it off, but not without losing some other sync notifications.
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