Windows 10 Archive

OneDrive Automatic Folder Protection Now Available

Available to all, that is to say. Microsoft has started rolling out the automation folder protection feature for OneDrive for all users. This was previously a business only option. But since Redmond means business, it has made

Shopping Cart Comes To Microsoft Store

Took them long enough! Microsoft Store finally has access to shopping carts. Or rather, a new shopping cart feature. Redmond has just rolled it out for both for Windows 10 and Xbox One. The announcement was actually

How to Activate Your Copy of Windows 10!

Microsoft protects its software copyrights with Activation keys. When you purchased your copy of Windows 10, you were supplied with an Activation key that is necessary for you to use all Windows 10 features. Validation simply checks

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

This Is What File Explorer Should Look Like

Or you know, something like this. Microsoft may have recently finalized the look of the File Explorer in Windows 10, however not everyone is pleased with the effort. Which you can take a look at here. It’s

Microsoft With Another Dual Build Release

Boy, Windows Insiders sure have been busy lately! Microsoft is here again with another quick one two, as the company has released two builds for testers to try out. This follows the rollout of Windows 10 build

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

Microsoft Has Finalized File Explorer Dark Mode

A new week, a new Windows 10 build. This time around, build 17733 is the one that is doing the rounds. And it brings with it a dark mode for File Explorer that was announced all the

Windows 10 Now Has A Phone App

Hello, hello? Can you hear me? Surface Andromeda may have been delayed, but new developments show that Microsoft is still very active on the software side of things. In order to make this device a reality, and

Old Skype Will Live

For a while. Microsoft pulled a fast one last month when it announced that the old version of Skype, also known as the classic version, will stop working on September 1. The company than started herding users