Monthly Archives: June 2015

Windows 10 Build 10158 Heads to Windows Insider Fast Ring Testers

Microsoft today announced a new pre-release build of Windows 10 for PCs that adds a number of new features, user interface polish, and stability and quality improvements. Build 10158 is now available as an upgrade for Windows Insiders on the … Continue reading

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Access your personal music collection from OneDrive with the Xbox Music app

We’re excited to announce that the Xbox Music app now lets you listen to music you’ve saved in OneDrive! Just upload your music files to the new “Music” folder in OneDrive, and you’ll be able to access them across your … Continue reading

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Delivering a more beautiful OneDrive By Tyler Rasmussen – June 15, 2015

It’s been an exciting – and busy – few months here on the OneDrive Team. We’ve been rolling out lots of important design updates to folks using our Android, Windows Phone, and iOS apps. The first major design update came … Continue reading

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Samsung Disables Windows Updates to Favor Its Own Crappy Bloatware

Windows updates are simultaneously very boring and incredibly important: they have a habit of shutting down your computer at the wrong moment, but also patch critical security flaws with alarming regularity. So if a manufacturer decided to disable Windows Update … Continue reading

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The rise of SSDs over hard drives, debunked

By Lucas Mearian   In spite of a recent report to the contrary, solid-state drives (SSDs) will not surpass hard disk drives (HDDs) in either price or capacity any time soon, according to industry analysts. In fact, hard drives will … Continue reading

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Microsoft Finally Decides, No Free Windows 10 For Beta Testers

Aul updated the Microsoft blog post today to clarify things once and for all, and it’s bad news for freeloaders: you’re not getting an activated version of Windows 10 RTM (the final build) for free, unless you originally installed the … Continue reading

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Did Microsoft make the right move by labeling some versions of the Ask Toolbar as malware?

Last week Microsoft’s malware protection efforts made headlines across the Internet because they decided to add the Ask Toolbar to its list of blocked software on Windows systems. This news was met with widespread praise as the Ask Toolbar, which … Continue reading

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