Build 2017 – Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Next version of Windows has most awkward name in tech world but packs some useful features. Since Windows 10 was introduced in June 2015, Microsoft has been progressively updating features in the operating system. Recently, the company announced that there will be two major releases to Windows 10 every year. After releasing “not so” impressive […]

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WannaCry Cyber Attack – The Aftermath

Unprecedented Cyber Attack has left many businesses and public organizations reeling. Four days of panic, following one of the worst Cyber Attack in recent history, triggered many businesses and institutions to have their IT staff work round the clock. Although the worst seems to have passed, we are still skeptical. Read on to know more […]

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Demystifying Microsoft’s EDU event, Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S

On 2nd May, 9am US Eastern Time, Microsoft conducted an event targeting Education Sector. At #MicrosoftEDU event it introduced a new Operating System, a new Laptop and number of cool tools that may help improve Educator and Student experience. Windows 10 S “S” for Student, School, Streamlined or Secure? We already have two editions of […]

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Microsoft’s Innovation and Apple’s Lack of it

Microsoft’s continuous and aggressive innovations in Software, Services and Devices, caught Apple fans off-guard. Microsoft and Apple had their events last week, a day apart. Microsoft unveiled new version of Windows, dubbed Windows Creators Update. Along with the software launch they also announced refreshed Surface Book and an All in One device with crazy accessory.   Whereas, Apple unveiled […]

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Coming to PC near you…

This wasn’t a typical Microsoft Windows event. There was nothing about Enterprise computing, Security or Productivity. The theme, this year, was to attract creative professionals and consumers rather than luring businesses, and for sure Microsoft didn’t disappoint. Top takeaways from the Event. 3D is the Future Microsoft believes the way the next generation will interact with PC […]

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Human Side of an APP @ //build/

Microsoft concluded its developer conference yesterday. Even though it’s been a while since I tried my hands on serious development, deep down the developer in me refuses to give up. I religiously follow all developer events including Microsoft’s Build and Google I/O. Here are short videos and notes on the stuff that caught my attention.   […]

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