Here is what I think will be announced at Microsoft’s October 2016 event. Continue reading
I have been using Windows Phone daily for about three years now. I had my ups and downs, but I have a confession to make. This is, by far, the most memorable experience I had in the past three years using a Windows Phone. You guys ready? Let me know if you can relate.
Opens App. Black Screen. Resuming… Resuming… Resuming… Loading… Loading… Black Screen. Resuming… Resuming… Loading… Start Screen appears.
And that’s it! Thanks, Microsoft, for the most pleasant experience in using a Windows Phone.
P.S. This was a piece of satire, for those who are sensitive about Windows Phone. But there is some truth to what I have written.
Facebook has finally released a full featured Instagram app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets. The app, for years, has been exclusive to mobile devices, namely smartphones. Even Windows 10 Mobile, with a minuscule market share compared to any other modern platform, had the app but its desktop counterpart didn’t enjoy its presence. This changes today, as the app is available for anyone interested in getting it from the Windows Store. Continue reading
We are updating to Windows 10 Redstone 2 build 14946 from build 14942. This build includes updates to Wi-Fi Sense and Precision Touchpad settings, along with dozens of fixes and improvements. Microsoft released this redstone development build of Windows to the insider fast ring on Wednesday October 12, 2016. Watch the video to see what’s new! Continue reading
Hi, Folks! Nazmus here, and today we go hands on with the new MS Paint for Windows 10 Redstone 2. This new paint has a ton of new features, but, unfortunately, it also has some key features from the previous versions of paint removed! But we are getting ahead of ourselves Continue reading
Today, we’re talking a look at the latest build of Windows 10 from the redstone 2 development branch, released to fast ring users of the Windows Insider Program. This insider preview of the OS is currently at build 14936. Continue reading
Microsoft has reportedly released a bombshell this week containing a ton of new information about what to expect in the next big feature update for Windows 10 Mobile. Neowin reports that Microsoft, in a session in day two of its Ignite 2016 conference has released information on what business can expect in the next release of Windows 10 Mobile. Continue reading
Today, we are looking at Windows 10 Redstone 2 build 14931. This build doesn’t include any new OS features, but it does offer new app updates that brings the dark theme to the Windows Feedback app as well as the maps app. Now, both the Feedback and the Maps app will match your system set color mode (dark or light). I forgot to note the bookmark import and export feature of Microsoft Edge in my last video. So, I go over them in this video, as well as some extensions. Enjoy! Continue reading
Let’s take a look at a simple app that lets you change the individual volumes of all running Windows 10 apps! In Windows 7, we were introduced a new volume mixer that let us change volumes of individual running apps. That mixer hasn’t been updated since, and while it still works for desktop apps in Windows 10, it doesn’t work with modern UWP apps (including those that come from the Windows Store). Continue reading
The Windows 10 freezing issue has been plaguing many users of the Windows 10 anniversary update. This freezing issue was caused after a system level change made in the Windows 10 anniversary update (also known as Redstone 1). Has this problem been fixed? The short answer is yes, it was solved. Here’s some background. Continue reading
Today, we are checking out the new Windows 10 Mobile Build 14296. This Redstone 2 Insider Preview build was released last week by Microsoft, and I did a update video on it. This video will demonstrate the new features in this build, including a new Wi-Fi panel in the settings app, new sounds and ringtones, and the SMS integration in Skype that brings the “Messaging Everywhere” feature back to Windows 10 Continue reading
When Office 365 Home, Personal, and University were introduced, you had to always be online to install your office desktop apps. Once they were installed, however, you could go offline and still use those apps. But always relying on an online installer can be difficult for places with slow or unreliable internet connection. But now, Microsoft offers you the ability to install your Office apps offline.
Offline installers help users with poor internet connection get going quickly. It is also useful for those who want to quickly set up their Office applications on multiple PCs in batch, over a network for instance.
Here’s how to grab an offline copy of Microsoft Office 2016 if you are an Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscriber. Continue reading
In a recent update to the OneDrive desktop sync client, Microsoft has enabled users to sync both personal and business accounts using just one app. Let’s take a look at what’s new and how it works! Continue reading
Let’s take a look at the PC version of the massive Windows Store update coming with the Windows 10 anniversary update.