Today is the day! Windows 10 is finally here. Microsoft has began rolling out the Windows 10 upgrade for existing users of Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. The upgrade process is being handled by a reservation system that started a little while ago, which let you tell Microsoft that you intended to upgrade. This was done using the Get Windows 10 (GWX) app that has been in your system-tray.
Artificial Intelligence has been a pretty popular target for a long while now. And it looks like the discussion is going to get even more interesting with the development of a gun turret that has the ability to identify, track, and shoot targets without the need for human interaction.
Windows 10 has attained RTM (release to market) status. This means it is at its end of product development and beginning its distribution. WIndows 10 RTM (build 10240) is the version that will be sent to PC OEM partners (to pre-install on new notebooks and desktops), physical media manufacturers, and to the team handling “Get Windows 10″, which is the tool that upgrades eligible Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 installations to Windows 10.
Comcast first announced its 2Gbps symmetrical Gigabit Pro Fiber Service for the Atlanta market in April and soon began expanding into the San Francisco Bay Area, Chattanooga, and parts of Colorado and Oregon. Up until now the cost of the service was unknown, but Comcast has added a landing page for the service on their website which lets us know the service will be $299.95 per month!
The official Windows 10 launch date keeps getting closer and closer and Microsoft has informed us on what features from previous versions of the operating system will not be in the final build of Windows 10.
Microsoft will release Windows 10 to the general public on July 29th 2015. This is when existing users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 will be able to upgrade for free, when new PCs with Windows 10 will ship, and when you will be able to buy Windows 10 in-store.
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. and Microsoft Corporation announced today that Dolby Audio is selected to be a part of the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system and will be natively supported by the new Microsoft Edge browser for the playback of web-based content as well as accessible by third-party Windows Store apps.
When Microsoft first launched Windows 8 back in October 2012 many users were excited about it, but it really failed to impress. After using it many users switched back to Windows 7 or just did not upgrade at all. Market share data provided by StatCounter shows that Windows 8 lost nearly half of users in the last 12 months.
About a week and a half ago I received two e-mails from both Paypal and Starbucks letting me know that I reloaded my Starbucks card with not one, but two $75 payments. That was a surprise to me as I did not reload my card. Upon accessing my account the card the money was put on was removed and I was out $150. I thought it was just a random isolated incident, but it looks like this is the latest way hackers have been stealing money from unsuspecting customers.
Jul 30, 2015 0