Apps Archive

Microsoft Plans For Windows Core OS Apps Leak Out

We finally have the first details on the apps strategy that Microsoft has in store for Windows Core OS, which is basically a way to make Windows 10 more modern and modular in nature. Why we did

Office 2019 Launches

Microsoft has officially announced that Office 2019 has exited preview, and the latest version of the world’s most popular suite of productivity applications is now officially available. For both Windows and macOS. This is, obviously, a one-time

Microsoft Wants Your Help To Improve Notepad

Windows apps have been a mixed bag recently when it comes to updates and development attention. Particularly, ones like Notepad, WordPad and the original Paint. That should come as no surprise, considering the fact that the software

Fluent Design Appears On The Sign-In Screen

Good, bad, ugly? You tell. Microsoft, in its steady effort to bring the Fluent Design system to all parts of Windows 10, has brought the design to one of the more used areas of the operating system.

Appscope Helps You Find PWAs

Progressive Web Apps have been a focus for Microsoft these past few months, with the software titan encouraging developers to launch their PWAs on the Windows platform. Other companies like Google and Apple are also pushing users

Alexa App For Windows 10 Incoming?

Catfight? Two of the leading digital voice assistants on the planet could be dueling it out at a single playground. That is because Alexa is all set to make an appearance on Windows 10. Home turf of

Run This Windows 95 App On Your Desktop

Let’s end the week on a fun note! If you remember the age of Windows 95, then check out this Electron app that lets you relive the good times. No matter what platform you are on. The

UWP File Explorer Finally Picks Up New Features

Don’t look now, but it appears that Microsoft has finally added a few new features to the other File Explorer that is available on Windows 10. Yes, the UWP version. Not many folks know about this variant,

Windows 8 Store Set For Sunset

If you are one of the few that are still rocking the old version of the operating system, then make way for some news. Stores for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 are all set for retirement.

Looks Like Sticky Notes Is Going Places

Microsoft has, over the past week, revealed a number of improvements coming for Sticky Notes 3.0, an upcoming version of the note taking application in Windows 10. Improvements that include more functionality, better usability and even a