Author Archives: Ashish

How to Add New Folder Locations in Cortana Search on Windows 10

While a lot has changed with Anniversary Update in Windows 10, one of the core features–searching for files from search box, is now replaced with Cortana Search box which includes this feature as well. If you are aware of it, but Cortana is not able to search for files on your computer, here is how you can include those folder ...

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Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update Now Rolling Out

As promised, Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 Anniversary Update for Windows 10 Mobile exactly in 2 weeks post Windows 10 for PC. The update should be live in most of the regions by now, but since it is phased out,  make sure not to bite your nails. If you want to check if you have an update, go ...

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Best Xbox App Tips and Tricks on Windows 10

Having an Xbox One Console, and a Windows 10 device makes it possible for you do a lot of things through the Xbox App without using your console. This includes right from sharing your achievements, to messaging to remote control Xbox One guide to launch and play games from your PC. In this post we bring you the best of ...

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How to Play Background Music on Xbox One using USB Drive

As Microsoft started adding more and more consumer based features to Xbox One, thanks to Windows 10 core integration, playing background music is one feature that made to it to top of the charts. In one of the recent update to Xbox One preview, this was already included only to be found missing the Groove music app, but now supported by a ...

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Microsoft’s Extension Toolkit converts Chrome Extensions for Edge Browser

Its known from sometime that Microsoft has plans for getting Chrome extensions on board for Edge browser, and seems the company has quietly made the tool available for the developers in the Windows Store. Know as the  Microsoft Edge Extension Toolkit, it create the necessary JSON manifest entries and bridges the chrome. APIs to the browser. This of course works with ...

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You Only have 10 Days to Roll back after Windows 10 Upgrade

Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2nd, and if you are one of those persons who upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you only have 10 more days to roll back instead of the usually 30 days from the day of upgrade. Microsoft took this step so consumers can get back their space, specially those who ...

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Two Major Updates Planned for Windows 10 in 2017

The latest Windows 10 Version (1607) with Build No 1493.10 is going to be the last major update for Windows 10 on PC for 2016, and Microsoft is now officially set for two major update that will hit next year. The first version that rolled out was Redstone which for Windows 10 Mobile got old devices running on Windows Phone ...

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You can Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free with a valid Windows 7 or 8.1 Product Key

While the official date of getting Free Upgrade to Windows still not officially announced, it seems Microsoft might keep some doors open for consumers who have a valid Windows 7 / Windows 8.1 Product i.e. a valid license. This is a second option along with those who use “Assistive Technology” on Windows. ZDNet reports that many users have installed Windows 10 using ...

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