Windows 10 on 200 million devices
Published in News


Although it is probably not quite as many as it seems

Software King of the World Microsoft has issued a statement that Windows 10 is on more than 200 million devices.

Gates, Hawking, Musk are Luddites of 2016
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Award nominations

Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking have been nominated for the "Luddite of the year" award by a US think tank over their fears of artificial intelligence (AI).

Windows 10 mobile upgrade delayed
Published in Mobiles


Unlike the desktop which will upgrade you when you are not looking

While people have been complaining about the enthusiasm Microsoft has been using to upgrade users to Windows 10, the same does not apply to those on its mobile operating system.

Smartphone shipments increase
Published in Mobiles


Third quarter figures not bad

Despite the fact that the future of smartphone shipments looks bleak, the third quarter shaped up to be rather good.

Microsoft raises the upgrade pressure
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But not on me

I am getting slightly annoyed. Why am I the only person in the world who is not being nagged my Microsoft to upgrade to Windows 10.

Microsoft lets you keep 15GB free storage
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One click away on One Drive

Microsoft made a terrible PR decision to roll back the free storage space from original 15GB to 5GB and has "sort of"changed its  mind and told users there is a way to keep the free space.

Xbox Wireless Adapter gets Windows 7/8.1 support
Published in Games


Finally gets an update

Microsoft has finally released an update which will bring support for the Xbox Wireless Adapter on both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 OS.

Microsoft gets PCs and phone udates  lined up
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More updates coming


Software giant Microsoft has finally managed to link its PC windows with Mobile and now both will be updated at the same time.

Microsoft beating Apple in tablets
Published in Notebooks


Marketing failure


Figures are starting to appear that Apple’s iron grip on the keyboardless netbook market has been lost to its old enemy Microsoft.

Microsoft faces Surface tablet delays
Published in Notebooks


Skylake’s fault

Just when Microsoft has a product that is duffing up Apple, it is suffering from supply problems caused by Intel.