Microsoft 365 For Consumers Reportedly In The Works

Last time when you wanted to purchase a software, you’d pay for it one time and you’d be done. The only downside is that whenever new major versions are released, you’d have to pay for those to get the upgrades. However these days companies are starting to offer up subscriptions, where for a monthly/annual fee, you can get all the upgrades for “free”.


Latest Update Causing BSOD For Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 Devices

Late last month it was reported that an update to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 caused the device to fail in which it required users to send them back in for replacements. Unfortunately it seems that Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 has been affected with bad update as well, causing the dreaded BSOD (blue screen of death).


Microsoft Could Be Building A Chrome-Based Browser For Windows 10

When Microsoft introduced Windows 10, they also unveiled a new browser called Edge. Edge was admittedly faster and more modern compared to Internet Explorer, which over the years became something of a joke and punchline. However unsurprisingly, many users were still unwilling to make the switch from browsers like Chrome and Firefox.


iCloud For Windows Update Fixes Incompatibility Issues

Last week you guys might recall that following an update to Windows 10, those who installed iCloud on their computers were running into compatibility issues. The good news is that if you’re someone who relies pretty heavily on iCloud on their Windows computer to access their files, then you might want to update iCloud ASAP.


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Chrome For Windows On ARM Reportedly Being Developed

Some commits have been spotted which suggest that Microsoft and Google engineers are working together on a version of the popular Chrome browser with support for Windows on ARM. It was previously suggested by a Qualcomm executive that an ARM version of Chrome for Windows 10 is being developed. It does appear that both companies have been working together on this.


Some Surface Pro 4 Units Are Being Replaced After Failed Firmware Update

We’ve seen instances in the past where an update to a device has caused problems, although usually this can be fixed by issuing another update that addresses the issue. However it’s not often that we come across updates that actually render the device unusable to the point where they might need replacing.


Microsoft Releases Tools To Help Develop Native ARM Apps For Windows

We know that Microsoft seems to have this thing for ARM ever since Windows RT which was their way of creating a version of Windows that would run on ARM devices. It did not exactly fare well, although Microsoft is trying their hand again with the launch of Windows 10 S, and now it seems that they’re taking things further by releasing Visual Studio 15.9 that will help developers create […]


Microsoft & Apple Working To Resolve iCloud For Windows Compatibility

While Apple would no doubt love for you to access iCloud on its Mac computers, the company is aware that there are many Apple customers who might not necessarily own a Mac computer, which is why some services and software such as iTunes and iCloud are also accessible on a Windows computer.


Microsoft To Improve The Microsoft Store Experience For Gamers

In the early days of computers, software could be bought and installed from a variety of sources. While that is still true today, companies such as Apple, Google, and Microsoft have introduced their own storefronts which allows them to better control what kind of apps are used on their platforms.


New iPad Pro (2018) Benchmarks Seemingly Outperforms Windows PCs

The other day benchmarks revealed that Apple’s new iPad Pros are almost as powerful as the company’s MacBook Pro lineup. Now it seems that additional reviews and benchmarking performed by Laptop Mag (via Tom’s Guide) has revealed that the new iPad Pros have benchmark scores that blow past its Windows competitors.


How To Use The Ping Command To Test Your Network (Win, Mac, Linux)

Testing your internet connection speed using a third party platform is something we have covered before. Though, we didn’t get a proper look at how to test the condition of your network. In this tutorial, we are going to be guiding you through the ping command, and how to use it to test your network.


Unable To Shutdown Due To A DDE Server Window: 5 Ways To Fix

You get the DDE Server Window error if there is a conflict with an application or the Windows OS itself. So, before trying out any of the solutions mentioned, you should first ensure that you have the latest Windows updates installed on your system.


WiFi Doesn’t Have A Valid IP Configuration: How Do I Fix It?

When you are using a Wi-Fi network and not able to access the Internet – you will end up troubleshooting to find the problem as -“Wifi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration”.


Xbox Game Pass Will Be Coming To PCs Eventually

With Microsoft owning both the Windows and Xbox platforms, it’s not surprising that some features are integrated with each other, such as the Play Anywhere feature in which some games that are playable on the Xbox are also playable on your Windows PC. The good news for Windows gamers is that it looks like another Xbox feature could be headed our way.