There are plenty of “convenience” features in Microsoft’s latest Windows release that look to monitor your every move on the Windows desktop in order to “improve the Windows experience.”
Microsoft bids sayonara to its Windows 10 phone.
Reports: The Verge, Marketing Insider, Seeking Alpa
With Windows 10 Action Center, LinkedIn for Windows 10 promises to deliver real time professional updates, including new messages, insights on who’s viewed your profile, trending news in your industry & other timely highlights on your professional network.
3 new things will empower customers to be more informed about their privacy in Windows 10.
All of you out there awaiting the official release of Microsoft’s Windows 10, here’s more news, as the countdown to the July 29, 2015 starts. The OS will now be available on a flashdrive, so no more dependance on a DVD. Also, Amazon had started booking pre-orders from today.
Reports: Forbes, Ars Technica, Business Insider
It’s official. Microsoft Corp. said it was preparing Windows 10 for release on July 29 this year. The timing, said analysts, was to match with the back-to-school personal-computer season.
Reports: The Verge, V3.co.uk, Engadget, WHBL Sheboygan
Software company Microsoft is going public with its list of Windows 10 planned SKUs, or editions. Not counting the 3 embedded/Internet of Things (IoT) versions, there will be 6 Windows 10 SKUs – Home, Mobile, Pro, Enterprise, Education & Mobile Enterprise, according to a blog post from Windows Marketing chief Tony Prophet.
Reports: Yahoo Tech, The Verge, The Inquistir, AnandTech
The anouncement was made today at the Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) summit by Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of Windows, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft’s new version of Windows 10 will support the next version of the fingerprint reader Fast Identification Online (FIDO). Which means, third parties can build in an extra layer of security into a PC or phone. FIDO can replace passwords completely. Moving beyond the password is where Microsoft’s Windows is headed.
Reports: CBS News, Engadget, Gizmodo