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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

Next ARM Processors May Outperform Intel

1-2-3 Go! The race for processor supremacy is on, with all three big players firing on all cylinders. AMD, Intel and now ARM, all are bracing for a future where innovation in CPUs becomes the focus. But

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

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

Surface Andromeda Has A Dedicated Productivity Mode?

Well, shiver me timbers and blow me down! This thing keeps getting better and better. There is an appropriate amount of hype for Surface Andromeda, even as recent developments are less than encouraging. Microsoft apparently delayed the

German State Switches Back To Windows

Game over for Hannover? The Linux adventure for Lower Saxony has come to an end, with the German state said to be planning to switch back to the tried and tested Windows operating system. A total of

Microsoft Plans New Strategy For Andromeda Apps

In another classic case of chicken before the eggs, Microsoft is said to be looking into new ways to tackle the app problem for the now delayed Andromeda device. This highly anticipated machined was pushed back once

Microsoft Initiates Windows 7 Upgrade Offensive

The time is now. Windows 7 still looms large for Microsoft, with the world’s most popular operating system pretty much the biggest, and only, hurdle for widespread adoption of Windows 10. Which, as a matter of fact,

Apps Are Now Waving Goodbye To Windows 8.1

Time for Windows 8.1 users to jump ship? Don’t look now but there’s an exodus going on, one where developers are quietly abandoning one of the more popular operating systems on the planet. Windows 8.1, the fourth