Hands on with Windows 10 Build 14971 – Office Hub, ePub Reader in Edge, and Removed Features

Hello again, we have another build and, thus, another hands on! This build includes a brand new Office Hub, which is, curiously, a Win32 app. We also have a native ePub reader built right into Microsoft Edge with new options in Edge to have a good reading experience. Watch the video to see everything newContinue reading “Hands on with Windows 10 Build 14971 – Office Hub, ePub Reader in Edge, and Removed Features”

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Video Demo of Windows 10 Build 14946 – Updates to Wi-Fi Sense, Precision Touchpad

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!

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Hands on with the All New MS Paint for Windows 10 Redstone 2

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

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Features for Windows 10 Mobile’s Next Big Update Revealed!

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.

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Feezing Issues – Is it Fixed?

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.

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Here’s What Windows 9 May Look Like (According to Rumors)

This concept was created from information available about the latest rumors of what Microsoft plans to do for Windows 9. Namely, Microsoft plans to allow users to run Windows Store (WinRT) applications in Windowed mode for desktop and laptop PCs. I honestly hope these rumors are true!

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TI-Nspire CX CAS Unboxing

  In this video, I unbox the latest and greatest calculator from Texas Instruments, the TI-Nspire CX CAS. It is a colored screen, computer algebra system with a user interface designed to be similar to that of the PC.

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