Category: windows 10

Microsoft release PowerToys 0.22.0 with new Video Conferencing Muting tool

Today Microsoft released two versions of their new PowerToys utility for Windows 10. Release v0.21.1 mainly contains a host of bug fixes, but a new experimental Release v0.22.0 brings a brand-new toy, designed to make muting audio and video easier on Windows 10, no matter which video conferencing app you are using. Video Conference Mute […]
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How To Connect Android Bluetooth to Windows 10

We’ve all experienced the need to share files or data from one device to another wirelessly. With advances in wavelength technology, the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band gave birth to Bluetooth. People use Bluetooth for exchanging data wirelessly between fixed and mobile devices over a short distance. Instead of cables, all it uses is a small radio chip […]
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Here is how to uninstall the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

While Microsoft’s move to adopt Chromium to re-build Microsoft Edge came as a surprise to the tech industry, pretty much everyone welcomed Microsoft’s decision as a Chromium-based browser means great performance and reliability. The new Microsoft Edge is now available across all the major platforms, including Windows 10, Windows 7, macOS, iOS, and Android. While […]
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Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 update(v2004) will have this known issue

Although software companies quash all the critical bugs before shipping an update to the consumers in order to ensure a smooth rollout, minor issues in any software update are quite common. Similar will be the case with Microsoft’s upcoming major Windows 10 update, which is officially named Windows 10 May 2020 update(v2004). According to Microsoft, […]
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New Cortana for Windows 10 update with wider language support

Microsoft has updated the new Cortana app for Windows 10 Insiders, taking the app to version 2.2003.27748.0. The main improvement is greater support for languages other than English, with support for 12 languages: Italian, German, UK English, Japanese, Spanish from Spain and Spanish from Mexico. The app otherwise remains quite limited and neutered, with support […]
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Microsoft looking to give Windows 10 “dail-tone” reliability

Several ambitions for the future development of Windows 10 was revealed in a job post for Software Engineering Manager for Windows 10 at Microsoft’s Redmond headquarters. The job post for the Application Connectivity team responsible for sharing and connectivity features such as clipboard and sharing; localization and indexer; and notifications, listed the following team goals: […]
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Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare has released the market share for March 2020. The data shows a slight jump in Google Chrome’s market share compared to February 2020’s data. With Windows 7’s end of support, more and more users are switching to Windows 10. The OS now holds 57.34% of the market and is followed by Windows 7 which […]
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Analysis shows over the last decade Windows 10 had fewer vulnerabilities than Linux, Mac OS X and Android

Analysis shows over the last decade Windows 10 had fewer vulnerabilities than Linux, Mac OS X and Android

An analysis of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Vulnerability Database has shown that, if the number of vulnerabilities is any indication of exploitability, Windows 10 appears to be a lot safer than Android, Mac OS or Linux. Over the last decade, Debian Linux had 3067 technical vulnerabilities, which they defined as “a […]
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