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Windows Gains Ground In Education

The education sector has always been a mainstay for Microsoft, but over the years devices like the iPad and Chromebooks have wrestled away market share from Windows. But luckily, things are now back on track. FutureSource Consulting

Windows 10 Dual Boot On Chromebooks Soon?

Looks like Chromebook users are in for a treat. Buzz among the bees is that Google is working on allowing users to dual boot Windows 10 with Chrome OS on its machines. This report provides mode details

Chrome Picks Up Native Windows 10 Notifications

At long last. Google has finally added support for native Windows 10 notifications to Chrome, with the development team rolling out this feature out to version 68 of the web browser. Which is, pretty much the most

Google Quietly Releases An App On The Windows Store

And it’s not what you expect. Google has shied away from the Windows Store ever since the launch of Microsoft’s modern operating platform, and the situation isn’t any closer to changing. However, despite its policy of not

Windows Leads The World In Education

Though Chrome OS still tops the list, when it comes to US schools. Both Microsoft and Apple have, traditionally, had a very strong focus on the education market. But their hold has been softened by Google, what

Former Employee Reveals Where Things Went Wrong For Microsoft

Microsoft seems to be in the process of a pivot, shifting focus away from its platforms to general productivity, at least on the mobile side of things. And there is no shortage of opinions on this change.

Satya Nadella Explains How Microsoft Is Different

A lot has been said about the enterprise focused approach Microsoft has taken these last couple of years, but CEO Satya Nadella insists that the company is still well and truly in the consumer market. Only, its

Microsoft Named The World’s Best Place To Work

The company has received the Global Randstad Award 2015, despite the challenging situations it had to face with the recent waves of layoffs pertaining to the Nokia acquisition. Google has, over the past few years, attained leading

Google Further Extends Windows XP Support For Chrome

It was around this time last year when Microsoft retired one of its most popular operating systems ever. Windows XP was let go on April 8, 2014, with the user base recommend to upgrade to a newer

Internet Explorer Now Has Over Double The Share Of Chrome

The browser wars are well and alive, then! Internet Explorer has shown some strong progress over the past couple of years, even though Microsoft is ready to make IE part of history. And that is because the