Google has launched Nearby Share Beta for Windows, a new app that allows easy file sharing between Android devices and Windows PCs. The app was first introduced in 2020 as a quick and easy way to share files between your own devices and with nearby friends. Continue reading “Android’s Nearby Share for Windows is now available in Beta”
Microsoft has announced many new accessibility features that coming to Windows 11 at its Accessibility Summit 2022 keynote. The company is apparently preparing Windows 11 22H2 for RTM this month, and it is now nearing general release. Among the new features are a more immersive Focus experience, system-wide live captioning, more efficient voice access tools, and more realistic Narrator voices. Most of these new features to make Windows more accessible have already been tested by Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta Channel versions. Continue reading “Microsoft announces new Windows 11 accessibility features”
Microsoft today released Windows 11, the next major Windows update, as it had promised. As announced earlier, this is a free upgrade to Windows 10 users. Microsoft already confirmed that Windows 11 requires your device to be running on Intel 8th generation or AMD Zen 2 processors and later, but it won’t block manual installation using an ISO. Continue reading “Windows 11 with refreshed look, new Start button and more now available — Here’s how to get it”
Microsoft introduced Windows 11 back in June, and also released the Insider Preview a week later. At that time, it said that Windows 11 requires your device to be running on Intel 8th generation or AMD Zen 2 processors and later. It even released a PC Health Check app, but it was removed later. Today it has officially confirmed that after testing for few months, it said that it will maintain the minimum system requirements as originally set. Continue reading “Microsoft confirms Windows 11 won’t support most Intel 7th gen and AMD Zen 1 processors, but can be installed with an ISO”
Microsoft has released the first Insider Preview of the Windows 11, as it had promised at its event last week. The first Windows 11 beta has a build 22000.51, and it’s available for Insiders in the Dev channel. To install Windows 11 Insider Preview Builds, you must be running a licensed version of Windows 10 on your device.
Continue reading “Microsoft releases Windows 11 Insider Preview — Here’s how to get it on Intel 7th gen / AMD Zen 1 processors and later”
Microsoft just introduced Windows 11, the next major Windows update at its event, as expected. This brings a simplified design and user experience, Start menu in the centre, new tools like Snap layouts, Desktops, and a new more-intuitive redocking experience, option to connect instantly right from your desktop with Microsoft Teams, and more. Continue reading “Microsoft introduces Windows 11 with refreshed look, new Start button and taskbar, Snap Layouts and more”
Microsoft is all set to launch the Windows 11 on June 24th. After screenshots of the next-generation Windows OS surfaced on Baidu in China, the full Windows 11 test build seems to have leaked online. This shows a revamped user interface, a new start menu and lots more new features. There are also new wallpapers. Continue reading “Windows 11 with revamped UI, new start menu and more surface; hints at free upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1”
Microsoft announced the next Window 10 feature update called version 21H1 back in February. Today it has started rolling it out as May 2021 update for the users that brings with it security, remote access and quality improvements, along with updates to a few core user experiences. Continue reading “Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 May 2021 update”
In a recent development, Whatsapp has started rolling out the audio and video calling feature to WhatsApp’s desktop app. Continue reading “Whatsapp rolls out video and audio calling feature to its desktop app”
With a lot of us working from home and internet usage skyrocketing, there is a steep rise in cyberattacks especially with respect to malware and ransomware. While the whole world is fighting an unknown virus on the health front, cybersecurity researchers and security companies worldwide are spending an increasing amount of time safeguarding digital infrastructure worldwide which is facing an unprecedented amount of cyberattacks from bad actors.
A small company based in Chennai, India K7 Computing founded by Jayaraman “Keseven” Kesavardhanan, very often confused with Moscow based Kaspersky has been developing an IT security solution since 1991.
Continue reading “K7 Ultimate Security – World Class Anti-Virus Software Made in India”
Emperion, a company based in UK has teased a device, in a tweet, that has the form factor of a phone and is apparently running Windows 10 on an ARM based processor. The device is called Nebulus and will have the capability to run Android apps without an emulator.
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Microsoft announced the initial availability of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update through the Windows Insider Program’s Release Preview in early April. Today, the company has officially announced the rollout of the stable Windows 10 May 2019 update to all users worldwide.
Continue reading “Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 May 2019 update with new light theme, Kaomoji support and more”
Microsoft introduced the ‘Your Phone’ feature for Windows 10 at the Developer Conference in 2018. The new ‘Your Phone’ feature in Windows 10 enables instant access to text messages, photos, and notifications. Now, Microsoft is said to be working on adding a new feature to ‘Your Phone’ which displays Android notifications on Windows 10 PCs.
Continue reading “Microsoft is testing Android alerts on Windows 10”
Microsoft has announced the release of the first Canary and Developer builds for Windows 10 which brings the availability of test version of Chromium-based Edge browser. Windows 10 devices will be getting daily updates if on Canary build and weekly update if on Developer builds.
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Microsoft today announced that it is rolling out Windows security update for additional devices against Spectre and Meltdown and distribute the available Intel firmware, and progress driving anti-virus compatibility. Microsoft says that windows devices need both software and firmware updates against these new vulnerabilities. Continue reading “Microsoft to roll out Intel’s Spectre macrocode fixes in upcoming Windows update”