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Microsoft Overhauls Cortana As Part Of Redstone 4

Microsoft voice assistant Cortana has been an essential part of the operating system since the launch of Windows 10 in 2015.In the past two and a half years, the Cortana experience has remained virtually unchanged.This is expected to change in early 2018 as Microsoft plans significant changes to the associated UI.

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Windows 10 Language Pack Might Be Available Via The Store In Future

Microsoft products, most notably Windows 10, are available in several languages.Matching language packages are not necessarily hard to find yet, but Microsoft is currently experimenting with the idea of offering them through the Windows Store.Attentive observers have at least discovered the first packs of this kind.

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Doubling The Battery Life Of Your Microsoft Surface Book Pro

Battery life remains to be one of the top buying factors for laptops and smartphones. But even in times of ultrabooks with power-saving CPUs and battery-saving savings options in Windows 10, making the battery last a long time while playing games and browsing the web is not so easy.  Here are some steps to double the battery life

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Windows 10 On Snapdragon 835

Microsoft and its partners are working to bring the first devices to market with a Qualcomm ARM processor as soon as possible in combination with an emulation-driven full-fledged Windows 10 device. Now, the first benchmarks and details of a first model have emerged that will give you a first impression of performance.

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Everything You Need To Know About Windows 10 S

Presumably, the most critical thing for customers to comprehend is that Windows 10 S – unveiled by Microsoft this week – is not an updated working framework but rather a more streamlined, or “stripped-down,” variant focused on essentially at the education sector.

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Time to Bid Adieu to Windows Vista?

If you use Vista, there is a bad news for you. Microsoft is done with Windows Vista and it is planning  to part ways. Vista wasn’t received well after its release and today only about 1% devices have Windows Vista. It does not make sense for Microsoft to hold on to Vista any longer. People