Windows 7 is dead to Microsoft -- unless, of course, you're willing to pay. It's now ten days since the operating system reached end of life, but many people, for various reasons, are choosing to stick.. betanews - Published
Starting this weekend every day will be a delivery day for FEDEX, as the company starts delivering 7 days a week. FICO is changing the way it determines credit scores. Tinder is rolling out new safety..
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On the show today: Microsoft is dropping support for Windows 7; Apple says no to U.S. Attorney General when asked to unlock an iPhone of an alleged shooter; Super Nintendo World to open in Japan this..
· I've been using Microsoft's new Edge web browser for a over a week, and I've barely even noticed the difference, after using Google Chrome for several years.
· Both the new Edge and Chrome are.. Business Insider - Published
Microsoft has published detailed guidelines for how to design effective apps for foldable PCs and tablets. Google dropped the ball when it came to Android tablet support; hopefully, Microsoft will do.. ExtremeTech - Published
Three-hundred-and-seventy in a series. Welcome to this week's overview of the best apps, games and extensions released for Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store in the past seven days. Check out Mark's.. betanews - Published
Internet Explorer may be a relic from the past, but it's still out there and used by surprising numbers of people. Not all versions of it are supported by Microsoft anymore, so when a critical bug was.. betanews - Published
January 14th marked the end of Microsoft's support for its Windows 7 product. Why is this date important? Because, following this date the software joined the ranks of so-called "zombie" or "legacy".. Mondaq - Published
Microsoft unveiled two dual-screen devices in October: the Windows-powered Surface Neo and the Android-powered Surface Duo. Although the devices won’t be available until “Holiday 2020,” the.. WebProNews - Published
The major flaw in the Windows 10 operating system could potentially expose computer users to significant breaches or surveillance. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age