In the latest tech news, Intel has developed a 32-core/64-thread monster CPU, which is known as the Skylake ‘Purley’ flagship.
You can do hundreds of things with your computer these days. You can edit your home movies, control the temperature in your house, set up camera surveillance, and, yes, even pay your bills. When you bought your first computer it was meant to make your life easier. Sure, your computer can still be a fun toy when you’re bored, but these days it can be the smartest toy you’ll ever have. You’ve heard of the concept of the “smart home”, but have you ever really looked into it? It honestly doesn’t take much for you to start turning your own home into one of the “smart homes” that you have heard about and to start making your life even easier.
Windows 10 notifications can help you keep up with some important, or at least useful events. For instance, new email messages arriving, upcoming appointments and Windows updates, among other things. As useful as these messages can be, they can also be distracting when you’re trying to get work done. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to disable or delay notifications so that you can keep doing what you’re doing without being interrupted.
There is no doubt that we have all heard horror stories about using a registry cleaning app. They promise increased performance and the ability to “return” your PC to its former glory. Often times all we manage to do is destroy a perfectly operating OS.
When Windows 10 was first announced, it was heralded as Microsoft’s unifying operating system that would bring together the ecosystems from desktop, mobile, and even video game devices. As we are now further along into the Windows 10 journey, some of this vision is already falling into place. The Windows 10 smartphone rollout is underway on Microsoft and some legacy Nokia devices, and even Microsoft’s Xbox One is now running a version of Windows 10 as its main operating system. The next step, according to Microsoft, is bringing universal apps to the platforms.
It’s 30 years since the very first version of Windows hit shop shelves. Windows 1.0 was released on 20th November 1985 and it has of course gone on to be the world’s most used operating system with a market share still in excess of 90%.
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Feature-wise, Windows 10 is the new Windows 7. It’s robust, pleasant to use and – perhaps best of all – free.