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Windows users are safe from the “KRACK” Wi-Fi vulnerability

Yesterday, a new Wi-Fi vulnerability was discovered called KRACK. This affects almost all computers which connect to the internet over Wi-Fi irrespective of which Router one is using. This also includes those which are secured.  This vulnerability allowed hackers to inject malicious content, and even manipulate data and huge possibility of injecting malware like Ransomware. Multiple conditions would need to be ...

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How to Get Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Early

Today, Microsoft announced Windows 10 Build for Insiders on Release Preview, and its the RTM version which means this is going to be the RTM version when it starts rolling out for Windows 10 PC next week. That said, while its a gradual rollout, many of you will be waiting to get it as quickly as possible, you can get ...

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Rolling out to Insiders on Release Preview

It’s almost time. Start October 17th, Microsoft will start the gradual rollout of the next major update for Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update to all Windows 10 users on Anniversary Update & Creators Update. However, if you are on Insiders Program, Build 16299.15 is going to b your Windows 10 Fall Creators Update you had been waiting. Since this is ...

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1Password Extension for Microsoft Edge is now available in the Windows Store

Looks like Edge is getting all popular extension one after the other. Last week it was EnPass, and today 1Password extension for Edge is available in the Windows Store for everyone. Windows Team had been very careful about getting extensions onboard Edge, and they are manually approved right now. 1Password previously was available as a Desktop App. That said, you ...

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Microsoft Officially Announces Microsoft Edge for Android & iOS

In an unexpected move today, Microsoft has announced that its Edge browser will be available for Android & iOS. Its no brainer that Microsoft had been pushing their software & services across the platform, and with no Mobile platform in place, it only makes sense. Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President, Windows, and Devices, today opened up preview apps for iOS ...

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Halo Recruit will Support Windows 10 Mixed Reality but its not a Full Game

Microsoft made some big announcement for its Mixed Reality Plan including AltSpaceVR acquisition, 20,000 apps and game titles, and Samsung’s premium headset. However, the biggest announcement in terms of games was Halo Recruit which is coming to Windows 10 Mixed Reality on 17th October 2017. However, hold it before you get excited. Its not going to be a complete VR ...

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Samsung Launches Premium Windows Mixed Reality Headset — Odyssey

Late in the Windows 10 Mixed Reality Part, Samsung has launched a premium Windows Mixed Reality Headset — Odyssey, and like its name it’s really premium for $499.  At IFA, companies like HP, Dell, Acer, Asus, and Lenovo launched their headsets as well which is priced between $299 and $399. This was unveiled at Mixed Reality event at San Francisco by Alex ...

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How you will Move Music from Groove to Spotify

Microsoft today announced that its Music Streaming Service, Groove, will no longer offer the premium subscription which eventually announced the death of Groove as know it. It will be just limited to a media player, which not many uses, mostly because consumers are hooked to streaming services. Instead, Microsoft is now asking existing customers to move to Spotify, and it ...

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Microsoft is Retiring Groove Music Service for Spotify & Its for Good

Looks like it’s finally happening. Under the leadership of Satya Nadella, Microsoft is going to get rid of any services, platform which is not doing well. Just like Windows Phone, Microsoft is retiring its in-house music streaming service Groove for good. The message is clear, any product or platform which is trying to catch up in the market or just ...

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