Category: Technology

Surface Pro 7’s dreadful iFixit score shows it’s time to dump the old design

This year Microsoft took a huge leap in terms of internal design which helped Surface Pro X and Surface Laptop 3 score better on iFixit’s repairability scale. Traditionally, Surface devices used to be the least repairable devices on the market but things changed with Surface Pro X and Laptop 3.

Microsoft measurably improves Surface Pro X by releasing ARM64 Chromium-based Edge browser

The Surface Pro X and other Windows 10 on ARM laptops have a significant app gap, due to x64 apps not working on the platform.   These days however we do much of our computing in the browser, and many have complained that Microsoft has not released a native ARM64 Edge

Google Maps can soon speak out a place’s name and address in the local lingo

Google Maps has become an indispensable tool for travelers. Google Maps now helps users in searching for hotels, getting directions, knowing about nearby restaurants the locals recommend, finding transit timings and more. Today, Google Maps announced a new feature that will help you when travelling to locations where you don’t

Microsoft to replace the annoying Office Upload Center with a new experience

Microsoft is now rolling out a new Office Insider build Version 1910 (Build 12130.20344) to Slow Ring users. With this new build, Microsoft is replacing the annoying Upload Center in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Visio with the new the Files Needing Attention experience. The new Files Needing Attention is

Microsoft is going to make it worth your while to switch from Samsung Cloud to OneDrive

We reported recently that Samsung was encouraging smartphone users in Korea to switch from Samsung Cloud to OneDrive by Microsoft in South Korea, and now SamMobile reports the feature is also becoming available worldwide as part of the Android 10 beta. The feature will be available as an option in

Windows 10 20H1 users will no longer be able to delete files in the Downloads folder using Disk Cleanup tool

Windows 10’s Disk Cleanup is one of the essential tools that help users delete all the unnecessary folders and files that some time eats up a huge amount of storage space. Alternatively, users can also perform a similar function by using Storage sense that’s built into the Settings app in

Apps that will not work on Microsoft Surface Pro X

Last month, Microsoft announced the new Surface Pro X device running full Windows 10. Instead of an Intel processor, Microsoft partnered with Qualcomm to create a custom SQ1 chipset to power this device. Despite being the thinnest Surface, the new Pro X offers decent performance and great visual experience through

Microsoft Whiteboard web app is now available across devices

At Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced a bunch of new updates to the existing services like Bing. Along with those, Microsoft also announced updates to Teams which now has better integration with Whiteboard. Now, Microsoft is announcing updates to the Whiteboard app. The web app is now available across devices and

Netmarketshare: Windows 10 continues to grow as Windows 7 nears the End-of-Support

Netmarketshare has released their numbers for October 2019 and they are mostly good for Microsoft. After pushing Windows 10 to the customers since launch, the Operating System has now captured almost 55% of the market share. Moving to the web browser, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer both have seen a

You can now unlock WhatsApp with your fingerprint on your Android smartphone, here is how

While to be able to unlock apps using PINs has its advantages, most of the users are better off with the biometric authentication system, or at least that’s what the current trend suggests — every tech giant is considering deploying a biometric authentication solution into their system. And WhatsApp is