Microsoft announced the release date of Windows 10 this morning. Their latest operating system will be available July 29th.
The keynote yesterday was given by Sundar Pichai and others to demonstrate Google’s latest projects with a large focus on Android M, the next interation of the Android operating system.
On Windows 8/8.1 and Server 2012/2012 R2, you might encounter the message popping up: “Windows Update needs your help: Windows Update hasn’t been able to check for new updates for the last 30 days. Go to Windows Update to resolve this issue.”
WD introduced the 7th generation of their My Passport external hard drives today.
Move over Siri and Google Now!
a9t9 is a free, open-source OCR software available as a Windows Modern app (for Windows 8 or Windows 10) licensed with GPL or through the Autonomous Technology website.
Among the details they have shared recently, the different SKUs or Windows 10 Editions have been announced and defined in general. The company has also discussed Genuine and Non-Genuine Windows 10 to track if the OS is properly installed and licensed.
The company has introduced “Suggested Tiles” for the New Tab page.
Intel Security (formerly McAfee) has been promoting their coming service to “remove the hassle of passwords” for a while. Earlier, I received my invitation to download the software and create a profile in its preview state.
Microsoft’s Hyperlapse gives you the ability to speed up your videos to change storytelling while keeping the playback smooth.
Overall, I found Exam Ref 70-688 helpful but not nearly as useful as other reference books.
Yesterday’s Patch Tuesday brought Windows Updates and updates to Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader/Acrobat 10 and 11. In addition, Mozilla updated Firefox to version 38.