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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

FAQ: How Microsoft will update Windows 10

Office 365 and Google for Work adoption rates to grow rapidly | Xbox One-to-PC game streaming launched Monday

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FAQ: How Microsoft will update Windows 10
Microsoft is just weeks away from pushing customers into a radical overhaul of how they receive security, maintenance and new feature updates. Read More

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Office 365 and Google for Work adoption rates to grow rapidly
Cloud-based platforms such as Google for Work and Microsoft Office 365 are far from ubiquitous in today's workplace, but they're seeing rapid adoption, and that trend is going to continue. Read More

Xbox One-to-PC game streaming launched Monday
Microsoft is allowing select users to start streaming games from their Xbox One console to PCs running Windows 10, a feature that will be available later this year to all users. Read More

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Day One with Windows 10: Things get ugly
Boredom makes me do stupid things. With nothing to do one evening I decided it was time to pull the trigger and try out Windows 10. People had told me it was solid and stable enough for a work machine, so I threw caution (and sense) to the wind and did the install. Read More

Skype and get an overhaul, Skype for Web beta expands in US and UK
Microsoft has launched an updated Skype beta release for the latest version of and new Skype Click to Call features for mobile users. In a separate announcement, Microsoft also disclosed it is expanding its beta trial of Skype for Web to all U. S. and UK users. Read More

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First Look: How will Windows 10 play on tablets
Is Windows 10 friendlier?The immediate gripe about Windows 8 when it was released in October 2012 was that it worked best on tablets (and other touchscreen devices), but felt hobbled when used with traditional keyboard-and-mouse. So how does Windows 10, which Microsoft has been trying to make friendlier for desktops and notebooks, fare on tablets? Read More

Latest build of Windows 10 rolls out to more testers
Members of the Windows Insider Program's Slow ring got access to the most recent publicly-available build of Microsoft's upcoming operating system Friday morning. Read More

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