Microsoft Launcher gets deeper integration with Cortana and Phone

A new update rolling out for Microsoft Launcher is bringing deeper integration with Cortana and Phone functions. While Microsoft hasn’t dropped the beta channel tag from the app, the version 4.7.6 definitely sounds like a solid version. This update can now control device features like WiFi, silent mode, and others. Changelog for New Cortana capabilities:   New Cortana capabilities Commanding ...

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Windows 10 Photos App is getting Xbox Game DVR integration

Seems like Microsoft is adding more and more feature to the Photos App, and making it a strong, and integrated part of the ecosystem.  One of the updates that will come in Photos App will bring Xbox Game DVR integration which will make sure editing all your game clips doesn’t need any third party app or painful copy, edit, and ...

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Build will announce 64-Bit support for Windows on ARM

Microsoft has always been quiet when it came to 64-bit support on the upcoming Windows on the ARM. SUpport for 32-bit and the x86 platform was there right from the day, but 64-bit was one of the biggest limitations of the Windows on Snapdragon Platform. However, now it looks like the announcement will be made about it during the upcoming BUILD ...

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Everyone on OneDrive gets Ransomware Protection

Microsoft Office is rolling out Ransomware Protection feature for all OneDrive users. Previously available only for OneDrive for Business, this feature will make sure not only to protect your data but also warn you about a ransomware attack when it detects it. Windows Defender which comes as native anti-virus solution for Windows 10 already offers this, and now with OneDrive ...

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Sea of Thieves Review : Just not Enough Pirate Stuff

Sea of Thieves had been one of the most hyped games that made it Xbox One last month. It is the first pirate game for Xbox, and when it comes keeping the essence of Pirates, it keeps it alive, though it could be annoying for some, then it’s about Pirates, even though there is a code to follow! I had ...

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Fitbit Ionic Review with Partial Fitbit OS 2.0 Features

Fitbit launched its First “Proper” Smartwatch, Ionic, last year in October, and in February this year in India at a price point of Rs 22,999.  While the Smartwatch offers everything its previous generation has offered, it also offers much more, especially with the recent announcement of Fitbit OS 2.0 Take a step back, let’s look at the previous attempt of ...

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New Ease of Access Settings for Windows 10 will help those in need

Microsoft has announced a bunch of features for Ease of Access Settings, Narrator usability and eye control navigation; added features for improved reading and writing outcomes, and collaborating with assistive technology partners. Easier to Discover:  You will be able to use Cortana to find a setting and then activate it. The new settings allow everyone to make everything look bigger and brighter. The ability to ...

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Windows 10 PC Upgrades will be done in 30 minutes

Last month, Don Sarkar, chief of Windows 10 Insider shared that the development team might have found a way to reduce downtime i.e. the amount of time you cant use your Windows 10 PC because of an ongoing upgrade, drastically. Now, Joseph Conway, Senior Program Manager on the Windows Fundamentals team has shared more details on it. He said: To achieve ...

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