This post has been republished from my other website; it originally appeared at: NuAngel.net How long has the Chromium Based “Edge” been in development? I think almost as long as Windows 10 itself. The trouble is, I don’t think the Continue reading How long has Chromium Based Edge been in Development?
Even though the page still says May 2019, the “Download tool now” link for the Media Creation Tool links to the 1909 installer. Windows 10 1909 / 19H2 is available now. Just click on “Download tool now” to create your Continue reading Windows 10 Media Creation Tool for 1909 available now
Just as an FYI to readers of TheWindowsUpdate, we have more than doubled the number of active Microsoft feeds syndicated here on this blog in our attempt to aggregate, compile, and archive as much relevant Microsoft news as possible in Continue reading Major Update to syndicated feeds today
From the video description: “Utilizing Windows 10 IoT Core, Cortana voice services, and Azure Cloud, GLAS is a simple to use, elegant thermostat that brings leading energy savings and air quality monitoring to everyday spaces.”
You might have heard that Microsoft announced Xbox game Pass. A service which, for $9.99 a month, will allow “unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and backward compatible Xbox 360 games.” How many Microsoft services do I already pay Continue reading Xbox Play Pass – one fee too many?
In order to provide a better resource of news, I will be syndicating news from multiple sources from Microsoft on to this website. Hundreds of articles have already been added to our archives, and links to the original posts are Continue reading Syndicated News incoming
Last week, Microsoft announced the “Creative Update” for Windows 10, what many people are calling 1703, expecting the update to release in March of 2017. The announcement included hardware refreshes to the Surface Pro 4, the Surface Book, and even Continue reading Why wasn’t Windows Movie Maker part of the Creative Update announcement?