Microsoft’s Major Windows 10 Updates Will Begin to Arrive Each March and September

Microsoft is organizing themselves today as the company has announced each new major Windows 10 update will be released to the public in March and September of every year. This will stop confusion amongst eager users who have to continuously guess when Microsoft will release major updates to their latest version of Windows. In addition, … Continue reading Microsoft’s Major Windows 10 Updates Will Begin to Arrive Each March and September

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You Can Now Upload More Than One Photo at Once on Instagram for Windows 10

Instagram recently introduced the ability to upload up to 10 photos at once to their platform in the form of a swipeable gallery. After launching the feature on iOS and Android, the company has now updated their Windows 10 app with the functionality that works both on desktop and on mobile. In addition to this new feature, … Continue reading You Can Now Upload More Than One Photo at Once on Instagram for Windows 10

Microsoft Releases Update to Surface Studio Enabling “Hey Cortana” Waking Function

Microsoft has released a new audio driver for the Surface Studio that will allow owners to wake their PC with the "Hey Cortana" keyword. In other words, you can now shout across the room to wake up your giant computer. Mind you, this feature has been around for quite some time to an extent. IN … Continue reading Microsoft Releases Update to Surface Studio Enabling “Hey Cortana” Waking Function

Microsoft Will Eventually Replace Wunderlist with New To-Do App

Ever since Microsoft's acquisition of Wunderlist back in 2015, the fate of the to-do app has been hanging in the balance. Today, this uncertainty has come to a final conclusion: the app is getting killed off. But it's also being replaced with a new app Microsoft simply calls "To-Do." To-Do is currently available for Android, … Continue reading Microsoft Will Eventually Replace Wunderlist with New To-Do App

Microsoft Schedules Windows 10 Cloud Event for May 2nd

Microsoft has announced their next event is scheduled for May 2nd, eight days before Build 2017 kicks off. Press members have begun receiving emails with the following invitation. As you can see, the hashtag reads #MicrosoftEDU, indicating this will be an education-focused event. However, that isn't to say we can't expect anything at the consumer … Continue reading Microsoft Schedules Windows 10 Cloud Event for May 2nd

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Creators Update – Here’s What’s New

Microsoft recently released the Windows 10 Creators Update for anyone who wanted to upgrade through the Upgrade Assistant, but the company has now released the same update to everyone which can be downloaded and installed like any other Windows update (through Windows Updates, in case you were wondering). You won’t be seeing Windows Mixed Reality or … Continue reading Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Creators Update – Here’s What’s New

Microsoft Releases First Redstone 3 Build of Windows 10 to Insiders

The Creators Update has yet to reach all users, but Microsoft isn't taking their time when it comes to delivering the first build of the next major update for Windows 10 as today, the company released the preview to Fast ring Insiders. The only problem is none of the features are present just yet, like … Continue reading Microsoft Releases First Redstone 3 Build of Windows 10 to Insiders

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update is Now Available

We may not have reached the date of April 11th yet, but that doesn't mean you can't start downloading Microsoft's next big update for Windows. As we recently heard, you can now begin installing the Windows 10 Creators Update via the Upgrade Assistant. Just launch the application (you can download it here) and begin the … Continue reading Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update is Now Available