Let’s take a look at a simple app that lets you change the individual volumes of all running Windows 10 apps!
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.
Today we take a look at Windows 10 build 14926. This is a Redstone 2 insider preview build that Microsoft seeded out to insiders last week. We take a look at the snooze feature in Microsoft Edge. This feature allows users to set a particular tab in Edge as a reminder in Cortana. Let meContinue reading “Hands on with Windows 10 RS2 Build – 14926 Snoose Feature in Edge”
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,Continue reading “Handas on with Windows 10 Mobile Build 14926 (RS2) – Wi-Fi Settings, Sounds, and SMS Through Skype!”
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.
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!
Let’s take a look at the PC version of the massive Windows Store update coming with the Windows 10 anniversary update.
Microsoft released the OneDrive UWP app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets yesterday. I take a look at the app and compare it to the app we had for Windows 10 Mobile for months. How does it compare? Hint: it’s the same app!
If you have purchased an Xbox One game or a Xbox 360 game from the Xbox One Store, they will now show up in the Windows 10 Store Library.
Microsoft is releasing a major update to Windows 10 This summer, called the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This update brings a slew of new feature, and one of them is an overhauled Windows Store. Here is a video demonstrating the new Windows Store experience. Not that this is a preview and you will notice someContinue reading “Video Demo: New Store Experience in Windows 10 Anniversary Update”
Learn how to quickly install or move a Windows 10 UWP app or game to another disk drive or a partition. This article provides step-by-steam guide in both installing a new app and moving an already installed app to another drive..
Adding a shortcut to a UWP app on your desktop is very easy to do in Windows 10. UWP apps are modern apps designed for Windows 10. Most, but not all, UWP apps come from the Windows Store. When you install an app, you do not get a shortcut icon on your desktop by default.Continue reading “How to Create a Desktop Shortcut to a Windows 10 App or Game”
What does the desktop experience in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 look like? How does it compare to that of Windows 10? Let’s find out!
Rumor has it that Microsoft will release the OneDrive universal (UWP) app soon to Windows Insiders. But if you are hoping that the OneDrive UWP app will work like the OneDrive Windows 8.1 we sorely miss in our Windows tablets, I have bad news for you. In the near future, at least, the new UWPContinue reading “The OneDrive UWP app won’t yet be like the Windows 8.1 OneDrive metro app”
A Reddit user, mcdenis, decided to sideload the Windows 8’s metro-style OneDrive app onto his Windows 10 machine. Unexpectedly, the next day, he noticed that he was running the unreleased Windows 10’s Universal version of the OneDrive app. Why did this happen? Let’s find out!