Last week when Microsoft released build 10041 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview to Windows Insiders there was a laundry list of know issues with the Fast Ring build.
Well you can now mark one of them off the list with the release of a fix labeled Knowledge Base Article KB3050653 according to the Ring Master himself - Gabe Aul....More
In a Windows For Your Business blog post today Microsoft and Alaska Airlines have shared the details of a partnership that brings inflight entertainment to the airline using Windows 8.1 on Toshiba Encore 2 tablets....More
After waiting 54 days to get Windows 10 Technical Preview build 10041 it is only taking 6 days for that same build to move on to Insiders on the Slow Ring option. Microsoft also released three updates for Windows 10 build 10041 via Windows Update today....More
This week we find ourselves deep into another period of waiting and this time it is for the next build of Windows 10 for phones or as it was referred to at WinHec Windows 10 Mobile. Today is day 41 since that last build was pushed to Windows Insiders and while we wait let’s take a look at what should be expected in this next build....More
Should Microsoft allow non-genuine Windows users to become validly licensed by installing a free upgrade to Windows 10?
Last week we saw a lot of news around the upcoming release of Windows 10. One of the stories that seemed to really grab everyone's attention was the idea that users of a pirated copy of Windows would be allowed to upgrade to Windows 10 for free and become a legitimately licensed user of Windows.
A few days later Microsoft clarified that stance and indicated pirated copies of Windows would be able to upgrade to Windows 10 however, the licensed state of that machine would remain in a non-genuine status.
What do you think? Should Microsoft just allow these illegally licensed copies of Windows to become legitimate through the free Windows 10 upgrade process?
Like many, I was hoping to see a new Lumia flagship before the end of 2014, and while I was pleasantly surprised in some ways by both the Lumia 735 and 830, neither offers the level of performance or best-in-market camera quality I had come to expected from Microsoft/Nokia's high-end devices. So I pulled the trigger on an unlocked Windows Phone flagship that will hopefully take me through at least the first half of this year. Or until Microsoft gets off its low-end fixation and satisfies the needs of its biggest fans....More
It's been a while since the last What I Use, but there haven't been many major changes since late last year: Surface Pro 3 has become my go-to travel companion, I've added a third cellphone line for testing Windows Phone, Android and iPhone side-by-side, and have rotated through some new tablets and other devices. We've also switched from FIOS to Comcast and added to our set-top box collection....More