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Operating systems, Windows

How to get Alexa in Windows 10

August 15, 2018

Via: PC Advisor

It’s been possible to use Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant, on Windows 10 computers for some time, but now the two companies are officially integrating their software: you’ll be able to call up Alexa on a Windows 10 PC, or Cortana […]


Operating systems, Software Category, System Software, Windows

Google plans to get Chrome OS and Windows 10 around the campfire

August 13, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

GOOGLE IS planning to allow dual booting on Chromebooks with Windows 10 on a separate partition, according to reports. XDA Developers has been following the potential for a deal since the rumours began. It has since discovered that a code […]


Operating systems, Windows

How to disable fast startup in Windows 10

August 10, 2018

Via: PC Advisor

Fast Startup is a feature that allows your PC to boot up rapidly which is particularly useful for computers that are still using a mechanical hard drive. This feature was first implemented in Windows 8 and then carried over to […]


Development Software, Operating systems, Software Category, Windows

Microsoft is working on InPrivate Desktop to protect Windows 10 from iffy apps

August 10, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT IS planning a ‘sandbox’ for apps you don’t trust in a forthcoming edition of Windows 10. First spotted by Bleeping Computer, the InPrivate Desktop feature would allow you to try anything that you’re not sure about in a way […]


MAC OS, Operating systems, Windows

macOS Mojave’s updated Migration Assistant will make switching from Windows easier than ever

August 6, 2018

Via: TechSpot

If you’ve been looking to make the switch from Windows to macOS for some time, but you’ve held off because of Apple’s less-than-ideal data migration utility, there’s good news now. As reported by 9to5Mac, the next release of Apple’s macOS […]


Operating systems, Windows

Microsoft tells us why buggy Windows 10 updates aren’t buggy at all

August 6, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT HAS been explaining why its updates that come riddled with bugs aren’t actually riddled with bugs at all – it’s clearly reality at fault. In a blog post over the weekend, John Wilcox, a Windows-as-a-Service evangelist, explained that his […]


Operating systems, Windows

The ISO files for Windows 10’s next major update are finally available for download

August 2, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Microsoft’s next major Windows 10 update, Redstone 5, has been in the works for quite some time now. Over the past several months, several interesting features have surfaced throughout Redstone 5’s many Insider test builds. We’ve seen a desktop version […]


Operating systems, Software Security, Windows

Microsoft brings Windows Hello support to the Edge browser

August 1, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT EDGE, the browser named after what a cockney calls the shrub fence around their garden, has announced that it has, once again, done something that its rivals were doing already. On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that it was adding the […]


Operating systems, Windows

Microsoft is planning a service to keep Windows 10 bork-free for cash

July 30, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT’S CARING and sharing customer service policy that never stops thinking of you has come up with a way to make it easier to ensure that if you upgrade to Windows 10 for your staff (and hey, why wouldn’t you?) […]


Operating systems, Windows

Windows 10 will soon use AI to predict the best time to reboot for updates

July 26, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Whether you love or hate Windows 10, the platform’s users almost universally take issue with the way Windows Update functions. If you leave your computer for even a few minutes, Windows may arbitrarily decide it’s a good time to update […]