Tag: Microsoft

Share Experience Changed for Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft detailed today the changes coming to the “Share” experience coming in the Creators Update, officially releasing to automatic updates¬†next week. First and foremost, the icon used for sharing is being updated to reflect a more common share icon used in other applications and platforms. On the developer side Microsoft has detailed this is an Read More

Windows 10 Shortcuts to Manage Tasks Efficiently

Any time we’re introduced to a new operating system, at home or at work, our most common approach is to make it work the way our previous version did. In other words for many work and professional users often coming from Windows 7, we do everything to make it works like Windows 7, we keep Read More

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15019 for PC Only Fast Ring

This afternoon Microsoft as promised has released fast ring Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15019, the successor the build 15014 that was released for PC and Mobile. In this build, the features I’m most interested in seeing beyond the already detailed gaming features, are Night Mode lighting, as I did not yet play with it Read More

Gears of War 4 – Xbox and PC Cross-Play Released

This morning Microsoft announced following earlier tests that Gears of War 4 will now have a multiplayer mode that supports full cross-play between Xbox One and Windows 10 PC gamers. Cross-Play between PC’s and Consoles has been a much asked for feature in recent years as the hardware and game-play experiences have become increasingly similar. Read More

Windows 10 gaming features coming to Insiders this week

Microsoft has provided more details today on some of the gaming focused features coming to Windows 10 Creators Update, available in the next fast ring build this week, expected to be build 15019. These include built-in streaming in supported games to Beam, a gaming specific section for system settings, and the most anticipated game mode Read More

Microsoft Promotes Kevin Scott to new CTO Position

Microsoft has announced this morning the creation of a new Chief Technology Office (CTO) position in the company, reporting directly to CEO Satya Nadella. This new position has been appointed to Kevin Scott, an existing executive under the LinkedIn business with employment history including Google and AdMob. Kevin’s official executive Bio can be found here. Read More

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