Windows 10 Pro Workstations get the new Ultimate Performance Power Plan

Microsoft has always been serious about their Business users and making sure their workstations run up, and at top performance, Microsoft has rolled out two more features for PCs demanding mission-critical scenarios. This will be rolled out with the next major update of Windows 10. As of now its available for Insiders. Ultimate Performance Power Scheme Microsoft has figured out a ...

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Microsoft Rolls out Redstone 5 for Windows 10 with App Previews

Its almost time for Windows 10 Redstone 4 to graduate and Microsoft has already started rolling out the next development number, The Redstone 5. This start of the next 6 months cycle has also introduced the recently reported App Previews. App Previews is Insiders for Apps only and will work without installing the Insiders version of the whole OS. Trying ...

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Microsoft to use BlockChain & Authenticator to create Decentralized Digital Identity System

Microsoft joined the ID2020 alliance which is a global partnership to create an open-source blockchain-based digital identity system. with the primary goal to provide some sort of identification on a global level, especially where there is no reliable ID system. Today, Microsoft shared on that how it’s going to integrate digital identities within its cross-platform Microsoft Authenticator app In a blog post ...

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Microsoft’s Cloud Clipabord Patent details about Cross Platform, Multiple Copy Modes, and more

There had been talks about Microsoft’s Cloud Clipboard, a service which will be natively integrated into Windows 10 working across apps, and make things seamless for everyone. Now, according to the details seen a recently filed patent, it seems this is going to much bigger than just being on Windows 10. Just like how Microsoft has opened up Windows Defender ...

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Windows Defender ATP is coming to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

While Windows 10 has taken over almost 75% of the Windows PCs across the globe, there are a lot of Businesses and consumers which are still running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for their own reasons. This means the transition will take a little longer for them, and Microsoft doesn’t want them to miss out on the benefits of Windows ...

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