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Tag Archives: Microsoft

Microsoft will Automatically Disable Pirated Games on Windows 10

Microsoft’s updated End User License Agreement terms and conditions let it disable any counterfeit software or hardware and, if you’re running a Windows 10 computer, you’ve just agreed to them. Section 7b – or “Updates to the Services or Software, and Changes to These Terms” – of Microsoft’s Services EULA stipulates that it “may automatically check your version of the software and download software update or configuration changes, including those that prevent you from accessing the Services, playing counterfeit games, or using unauthorised hardware peripheral devices.” This means that, if you use Windows 10, a Windows phone, or any of ...

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Windows 10 Supported and Non-Supported Games Listed

While there is a long list of Windows 10 supported games but your favorites might still not be in the list. If you are basing your decision to upgrade to Windows 10 solely on games compatibility then we would recommend you to wait for a few weeks after July 29 release until you see what bugs users are reporting. Once you get satisfied, you can jump into action Here is the list of Windows 10 supported and non-supported games reported by users. Don’t forget to share your own gaming experience with Windows 10 so far, so we can keep this ...

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VMware Now Provides Support For Windows 10

VMware is a US software company that provides cloud and virtualization software and services, and claims to be the first to commercially successfully virtualize the x86 architecture. To put it simply VM ware allows virtual machine compatibility to reserve another OS in our computer. Now, it offers support for Windows 10. VMware has announced comprehensive solution to support Windows 10. Customers upgrading to Windows 10 can take advantage of the management, transition and app delivery tools provided by the VMware Workspace Suite, which includes AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management, VMware Horizon, VMware Identity Manager and VMware Horizon FLEX. AirWatch Enterprise Mobility ...

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Microsoft Starts Windows 10 Pre-Downloading For Reserved PC’s

Microsoft has started pre-downloading of Windows 10 out to PCs in preparation of its July 29th launch tomorrow. Those who reserved their free upgrade will begin to pre-download the bits today, and many in the United States and other areas have already started receiving the pre-download. Image Credits: Winbeta Some users have found that the GWX folder is now filling up with Windows 10 bits, and many already have the .ESD which contains the entire Windows 10 operating system for installation starting July 29th. It was revealed a couple of months ago that Windows 10 would automatically be pre-downloaded before ...

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Windows 10 Day One Patch Covers Over 1GB of Fixes and Improvements

Windows 10 launches on July 29, and for the last few weeks Microsoft has been working hard on getting last minute bugs fixed before general availability. Now, the final ‘day one’ patch for Windows 10 looks to have been finalized, and includes over 1GB of improvements to the underlying operating system. The final build number consumers will update to on July 29th reads 10240.16405.150725-1815.th1, and those keeping track will notice the delta number has increased from 16384. Those upgrading will actually download 10240.16384 alongside the day one patch handsomely titled KB3074683, and will be applied automatically during the upgrade so by the ...

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3

Taken at face value, Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3 is hard to categorize. It’s a big tablet, but includes a channel specifically designed for the click-in optional keyboard, a pen for note-taking and the ability to run everything a traditional Windows 8 PC can handle. Perhaps it’s a laptop in tablet’s clothing. But whatever the Surface Pro 3 is or isn’t, it’s an intriguing new product entry with a few intriguing features you may have missed. In conversations with Microsoft execs, Mashable got the lowdown on a handful of key aspects that help the productivity-oriented product stand out. 1. The ...

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Microsoft Surface Event: It’s Do or Die for Windows RT

This much we know about Microsoft’s “small” Surface event happening Tuesday in New York City: It will mark the launch of the long-awaited Surface Mini. The Mini will be Microsoft’s official entry into the small-screen tablet market, currently dominated by the likes of the Apple iPad mini and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. What we don’t know is exactly how Microsoft is going to present its pint-size Surface to the world. The path Microsoft lays out for the Surface Mini will show just how much confidence the company has in Windows RT, the version of Windows tailor-made for tablets but one that ...

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