One month to go before Windows 10 celebrates it's first birthday on July 29th. Microsoft plans to gift it's 350 million devices running Windows 10 with a anniversary patch, which will include enhancements to Cortana, some new extensions for the Edge browser, and improvements to Microsoft Ink and pen support. The patch will reportedly release … Continue reading News: Windows 10 Anniversary Update
It seems Microsoft have started to ready the deployment for the final installment of Windows which they are marketing as a 'free' upgrade. Q. Is it really the last version of Windows? Honest Answer No. It will be the last numbered release of Windows the public will see marketed as a product, sold in a box … Continue reading News: Get Windows 10
The Blu-ray Disc Association today announced it has finalized what could be the last major disc-based movie format: Ultra HD Blu-ray. Source: Ultra HD Blu-ray specification now complete, logo unveiled - CNET The new specification isn't just about boosting the resolution to display "up-to 3840 x 2160". There are other enhancements to both image and sound … Continue reading News: Ultra HD Blu-ray specification now complete, logo unveiled – CNET
Windows 10 is going to be the last major revision of the operating system.
Sick and tired of your slow home broadband connection? Still getting 2 Mbps on a good day with the wind behind you? Well this news is really going to upset you! BT and Huawei today announced field trial speeds of up to three Terabits per second (Tbps), believed to be the fastest real-time super channel … Continue reading News: BT and Huawei achieve real-world 3Tbps fibre speeds
The Windows 10 (previously 9) technical preview has been released for download. If you want to try it for yourself head on over to http://preview.windows.com Hang on, what happened to Windows 9? Good question, something to do with legacy (shoddy) code. Personally i think they want to distance themselves as much as possible from Windows 8. … Continue reading News: Windows 10 Technical preview
Imagine a console that never used physical media. A console that could play the best games at the highest possible graphical settings. A consoles that was constantly upgradeable, that could be navigated by controller, remote, keyboard, or mouse, and that could play all your music and video content on demand. Imagine a console that was social AND open … Continue reading XBMC on Linux powered by Steam would be Amazing!