Microsoft has announced the end of official support for its Internet browser, Internet Explorer.

The Internet Explorer web browser was once the most commonly used Internet browser with a very high market share, but now it is taking its place with the introduction of Google’s Chrome browser and MS’s edge browser, which have better security and performance. It’s a situation. Accordingly, Microsoft decided to end official support with IE11,… Continue reading Microsoft has announced the end of official support for its Internet browser, Internet Explorer.

Windows 10’Sun Valley’ update, UI redesign with icon redesign in Win 95 Days:

Microsoft is said to be redesigning icons from the Windows 95 era to get rid of old designs like floppy disks. Windows 10 as part of Project Sun Valley, which is expected to launch during the 2021 holiday season, which typically means the last few months of the year. According to users who have access… Continue reading Windows 10’Sun Valley’ update, UI redesign with icon redesign in Win 95 Days:

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL is reborn: can run the desktop version of Photoshop

On November 20th, according to Windows Latest reports, Adobe recently released a beta version of Photoshop, which can run on Windows 10 devices equipped with ARM chips. The report pointed out that a developer successfully installed a complete desktop version of Photoshop on Microsoft Lumia 950 XL. Considering that this is a mobile device, the… Continue reading Microsoft Lumia 950 XL is reborn: can run the desktop version of Photoshop

Windows 10 update, GPU workloads can be selected depending on the app

With Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20190, Microsoft has updated the option to select the GPU to work with in some apps. This updated feature is an update that allows users to select the GPU they want to allocate according to the application by automatically assigning GPUs according to the app in the existing Windows,… Continue reading Windows 10 update, GPU workloads can be selected depending on the app

Software will change the world in the next 10 years

As I concluded the Zoom meeting with my business partner, I was able to hear my son joking with his friends in his online chemistry class. I must say this is a very strange time for me. As long as I love my family, usually, we don’t spend this much time together. However, this is… Continue reading Software will change the world in the next 10 years

Microsoft develops hardware security features

‘Hardware Enforced Stack Protection’… Block abnormal code modificationMicrosoft (MS) is developing a security feature that keeps application code in a secure space on the CPU. ​Microsoft announced on the 25th that it is developing a ‘Hardware-enforced Stack Protection’ feature through its technology community site. ​According to Microsoft Windows Kernel Group Manager Hari Fullapaka, this feature… Continue reading Microsoft develops hardware security features

Meet the innovative Linux OS that is easier to use than Windows 10 and MacOS

Meet the innovative Linux OS that is easier to use than Windows 10 and MacOSAs I approached my 3rd year as a daily driver for work and play, I was amazed at how often Linux surprised me. I approach Linux with endless rabbit holes for new discoveries. The endless OS is like a large amusement… Continue reading Meet the innovative Linux OS that is easier to use than Windows 10 and MacOS

Windows 10 is annoying – can Linux save us all?

No more blue screens. Windows 10 was great in the past. Maybe it’s probably incomparable because Microsoft may have released almost everything since Windows 8, but at that time the new operating system seemed to have solved all the previous problems. Microsoft no longer forced the ugly Metro interface and demanded a large and ugly… Continue reading Windows 10 is annoying – can Linux save us all?

Windows “Your Phone” App can now make calls from your PC

The Your Phone app continues to gain functionality. Announced for the first time in August, the “Calls” mode from a computer is now available (and gradually deployed). An added weight in the connectivity between an Android phone and a Windows PC. As Android Police reports , Microsoft has been rolling out its new feature for… Continue reading Windows “Your Phone” App can now make calls from your PC

Microsoft Windows 10 Search Problem Diagnostic Tool Released, Solved

While the search tool problem found in Windows 10 has not been resolved, Microsoft has released an app called Indexer Diagnostics to find a solution. The Indexer Diagnostics, which was registered in the Windows Store on the 3rd, is intended to find search-related problems found in Windows 10. It doesn’t solve the problem itself, but… Continue reading Microsoft Windows 10 Search Problem Diagnostic Tool Released, Solved

Microsoft Security Essentials to die along with Windows 7 on January 14, 2020

The American firm has confirmed that there will be no new security update for its free antivirus. Microsoft Security Essentials is a free antivirus program, launched in 2009 and intended for personal computers. Successor of Windows Live Care, it will have rendered many services for the users of a PC running Windows XP, Windows Vista… Continue reading Microsoft Security Essentials to die along with Windows 7 on January 14, 2020

WhatsApp: Tomorrow millions of users will be out of the messenger

Windows Phone users today have access to popular messengers. It’s over because support for the mobile operating system is ending. But old Android smartphones and iPhone users should also worry. WhatsApp is the most popular and widely used messenger in the world. Nearly 2 billion people around the world use WhatsApp to stay in touch… Continue reading WhatsApp: Tomorrow millions of users will be out of the messenger

New VR game reveals minimum spec for Half-Life Alix

Valve Software’s new half-life series, released in 10 years, is a VR game with a subtitle called Alix, which tells the story between the first and second episodes. Half-Life Alix, which is expected to show various battles with the combine, which is the main feature in the second part, seems to require the level of… Continue reading New VR game reveals minimum spec for Half-Life Alix

Intel releases free file transfer app to help throw away Windows 7

If you still need to switch from Windows 7, Intel and software developer Laplink have released a free tool to transfer files to your new PC. It’s been less than two months before Microsoft ended support for Windows 7, but nevertheless, despite the fact that the operating system is an amazing 10 years old, many… Continue reading Intel releases free file transfer app to help throw away Windows 7

Reached the end of support, but hundreds of millions of people stick to Windows 7

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft discontinued support for the 10-year-old Windows 7 operating system. Nevertheless, hundreds of millions of people use old OS despite the risks. It will be released in Windows 7 in a few weeks. Lights up at least with respect to the provision of critical security updates. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft… Continue reading Reached the end of support, but hundreds of millions of people stick to Windows 7

Microsoft to shut down the store, download Windows Phone 8.1 apps

Microsoft has ceased development of the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system since July 2017, or two years ago. In the past, no security updates were released, but apps can still be downloaded from the App Store. Beginning December 16, Windows Phone 8.1 users will no longer be able to download and install apps through the… Continue reading Microsoft to shut down the store, download Windows Phone 8.1 apps

Microsoft Windows 10 Innovation: Windows Core OS New Activity Center

Microsoft Windows Core OS is a modular and adaptive version of Windows designed to run on collapsible devices, possibly with a new Action Center. According to a new piece of information recently discovered, Microsoft may be developing a new version of Action Center specifically for Windows Core OS. ▲Action Center concept map display The LinkedIn… Continue reading Microsoft Windows 10 Innovation: Windows Core OS New Activity Center

Windows Phone 8.1 mobile phone officially stops receiving app updates

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Microsoft ended its mainstream technical support for Windows Phone 8.1 two years ago. Last year Microsoft announced that the old Windows Phone 8.1 phone will stop receiving app updates after July 1, 2019. In October 2018, Microsoft announced that it would stop accepting new applications submitted by developers on October 31.From now on, you will… Continue reading Windows Phone 8.1 mobile phone officially stops receiving app updates

Microsoft’s new system Windows Lite exposure: compatible with Android APP fast and smooth

Earlier we reported that Microsoft will launch an epoch-making dual-screen Surface device in the first half of next year, and its Windows system will be compatible with the Android APP. Recently, foreign media brought more news about the new Windows system. It is reported that the new Windows is named Windows Lite (sounds like an… Continue reading Microsoft’s new system Windows Lite exposure: compatible with Android APP fast and smooth

Nintendo Switch successfully runs Windows XP

Some users posted in reddit that they have already run Linux on Nintendo Switch through L4T (Linux for Tegra), and then successfully implemented Windows XP system through QEMU.The researcher said that through L4T Linux, Nintendo Switch has been used as his main desktop for the past few days. Run through Cinnamon DE and have a… Continue reading Nintendo Switch successfully runs Windows XP

Chrome 74 official release: support Win10 native dark mode

Google today released the official version of Chrome 74 for all platforms, covering Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. For Windows 10 users, the most powerful change in Chrome 74 is the dark mode that supports the sync system. Some other changes include the addition of text prompts next to the icon after “Private Browsing”… Continue reading Chrome 74 official release: support Win10 native dark mode

Windows 10 Mobile pushes April cumulative update

Microsoft is no longer committed to launching any new features for Windows 10 Mobile, has put its mobile platform aside, but the operating system is still supported, monthly security fix updates are still being pushed. Today, all supported versions of Windows 10 Mobile receive new cumulative updates, mainly some regular fixes. The April 2019 cumulative… Continue reading Windows 10 Mobile pushes April cumulative update

The last Windows XP will also be retired on April 9.

Microsoft has terminated its support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, and the Windows XP we are familiar with has officially retired. But that is not the end of XP. What lost support on that day was the desktop version of Windows XP. In fact, embedded Windows XP products running on bank ATM devices… Continue reading The last Windows XP will also be retired on April 9.

Oneplus 6T running into Windows 10 OS successfully

April 1st April Fool’s Day show some unlikely things may not be a good idea, but this is what Windows 10 on ARM research hackers released, Twitter shows Windows 10 ARM system Running on Oneplus 6T phone. The team has actually started to research Windows 10 for ARM on Oneplus 6T mobile phone for some… Continue reading Oneplus 6T running into Windows 10 OS successfully

Microsoft will launch Win7 extended security update from April 1

According to previous notices, Microsoft has announced that it will begin selling Windows 7 Extended Security Update Service from April 1, 2019. Windows 7 ESU will be sold by the device and the price will double every year. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows… Continue reading Microsoft will launch Win7 extended security update from April 1

Sticky note Windows 10 UWP version 3.1 update

Microsoft today released a Sticky Notes application update for all Windows 10 users, the version is updated to 3.1.55. This update brings us usability improvements that make it easier to delete notes for the content of short-term importance. Users can now choose whether they need confirmation to delete a note. If confirmation is not selected,… Continue reading Sticky note Windows 10 UWP version 3.1 update

WinRAR 5.70 official release: no longer supports ACE

WinRAR is now released 5.70 official version, because of the major vulnerability previously exposed, ACE format compression file is no longer supported. According to the Check Point security research team, there are serious security vulnerabilities in the UNACEV2.dll code base of WinRAR, the world’s classic compression management software. On February 21, the National Information Security… Continue reading WinRAR 5.70 official release: no longer supports ACE

Microsoft Win 7 completely stopped supporting after January 14, 2020

Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7, the company stopped adding new features to the old operating system. Microsoft will move Windows 7 from mainstream support to extended support, and Microsoft will continue to release patch security patches. Although Windows 7 mainstream support is over, the operating system will still receive Microsoft’s monthly security patch.… Continue reading Microsoft Win 7 completely stopped supporting after January 14, 2020

Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile will end support on December 10 this year

Microsoft announced on its official website that December 10, 2019, Windows 10 Mobile (also known as “Windows 10 Mobile”) users will no longer be eligible to receive new security updates from Microsoft for free. , non-security patches, free assistance support options, or online technical content updates. According to Microsoft, only device models that qualify for… Continue reading Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile will end support on December 10 this year