• Forget dark mode! Windows 10 bucks this trend with all-new light mode

    27 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    Windows 10 has long had a system-wide dark mode, but now, in what can only be seen as an attempt to buck the trend of what's currently popular, Microsoft had decided to make a new light theme. The next major update to Windows 10 will include this new light theme. The software giant just added it to a new test build of Windows 10, and in a blog post, explained that it's heard feedback from users who want "a truer separation" between light and dark in Windows 10. Here's how it explained the new theme change: When you select Light under Settings > Personalization > Colours, the expectation is...
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  • Microsoft releases new Office Insider Slow build with a couple of new features for Windows

    Microsoft releases new Office Insider Slow build with a couple of new features for Windows

    27 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    Microsoft today released a new build for Office Insiders on Windows Desktop enrolled in the Monthly Channel level. This build comes with a couple of new features. First feature is for Outlook app. Instead of changing Zoom level each time, you can now choose a default setting to use for all your...
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  • Windows 10 update calendar: Mark these dates

    27 days ago - By Computerworld

    Microsoft's shift to Windows-as-a-service for Windows 10 yielded a repetitive, predictable schedule of version release and support expiration dates for Windows 10. Although consumers can essentially ignore any schedule - Microsoft decides when their devices are upgraded - business customers and their IT personnel should be marking the calendar with the important upcoming events. To read this article in full,
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  • Remember Hololens? It Just Got a Huge Update

    Remember Hololens? It Just Got a Huge Update

    27 days ago - By Tom's Guide

    Microsoft finaly re-released the Windows 10 October Update and with it a slew of features for Hololens and the Mixed Reality headsets.
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  • With Windows 10 1809 re-release, Microsoft decides not to cheat on promised support

    27 days ago - By Computerworld

    Microsoft yesterday re-released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update after a 38-day delay caused by multiple bugs, including two that deleted customer files. As it re-issued the fall feature upgrade, Microsoft also reset its support, a move that Computerworld expected by the time the distribution stoppage had run through much of October. By ignoring the original launch date of Oct. 2 and pretending that the delay never happened, Microsoft ensured that users receive the promised amount of support, more or less. [ Related: Windows 10 October 2018 Update: Key enterprise features ]
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