Author Archives: Ashish

Microsoft has plans to reduce Windows 10 Upgrade time drastically

While we know that Microsoft has reduced the download size of the Windows Update by a big margin, it seems the company is also working to make sure the time is taken to upgrade the PCs from one Windows version to another also reduces by a significant margin.  Good news is that according to a tweet of Windows Insider chief, Dona ...

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Windows 10 on ARM will Launch with 14 Carriers Support & 3 PCs

Looks like Windows 10 on ARM is going to come earlier than expected. Qualcomm announced today that Windows 10 ARM PCs will become available starting this Spring, and it will be supported by 14 telecom/carriers around the globe. Along with this, there will be 3 new PCs that will get support form these carriers. This is a big news, and if things ...

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McAfee’s Edge Browser Extension is available in the Store

McAfee’s WebAdvisor has launched their Edge Browser extension for the Windows 10 Store. This is going to be useful if you use McAfee as your primary Anti-virus, and now as an extension, you will be able to safeguard your PC from malecious website, codes, and files you accidentally download. This extension safeguards you from malware and phishing attempts while you ...

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Xbox One X Price might increase post Customs Duty Hike

Xbox One launched last month a “Good Price” of Rs 44,990 but looks like it might increase by Rs 3500 if reports from Gadgets 360 are to believed. Thanks to the increase in Customs Duty, the next stock of Xbox One that gets imported will have the new price tag unless Microsoft is ready to absorb it. Rishi @ Gadgets 360 ...

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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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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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Microsoft to extend Insider Program for Apps as well

If you are tired of constant updates, and too many bugs when it comes to Windows Insiders program, Microsoft is extending the program for apps only in near future. There are many enthusiasts who love to try out, send feedback for apps alone, and still make sure that the system remains stable,  then this is just for you. Those who ...

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