Cortana now Supports IFTT & More Smart home Devices

Late in the party, Microsoft has finally enabled IFFT (If This Then That) support for Cortana. Using this you can use Cortana to trigger and interact with so many services. You can have your own keyword that you can use with Cortana to trigger something else which could be a device or interact with a service, and son. IFTT offers ...

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Xbox Party Chat is now available on Android and iOS App

.Not everyone wants to get on PC for party chat, and especially if you are on the move. While Xbox One Party Chat is aimed to help gamers have a great experience while playing multiplayer, nothing stops them using it for a casual chat. Microsoft has rolled out an update for their Xbox Live App on Android and iOS that ...

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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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Amazon Music UWP App comes to Windows 10 through Desktop Bridge

If Amazon Music is your prie way to enjoy music through streaming, Windows 10 users have got some big news. Amazon Music App has made its way to the Windows 10. The app was built using the Desktop Bridge, a program which allows to bring the classic apps as UWP apps and is now available in the Microsoft Store on your ...

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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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Microsoft confirms PWA for Microsoft Store to fill the App Gap

PWA or Progressive Web Apps is the next big thing Microsoft is rolling out for Windows 10. The plan is confirmed, and the release is set for Windows 10 Redstone 4 which will come in March / April of this year. Those who aren’t aware, PWA can be simply understood as web wrapper, but this term doesn’t justify it as ...

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