About Ayush Vij

Ayush has been a Windows enthusiast since the day he got his first PC with Windows 98SE. He is an active Windows Insider since Day 1 and is now a Windows Insider MVP. He has been testing pre-release services on his Windows 10 PC, Lumia, and Android devices.

Microsoft announces the all new Surface Hub 2

Panos Panay, the Head of the Surface team at Microsoft announced a new iteration of their business focused productivity device – the Surface Hub 2. The first iteration of this product was released long ago in January 2016. Surface Hub […]

You will soon be able to pay your bills directly from Outlook

Talking about Microsoft Pay system again, Microsoft recently announced that it would be integrating its payment service with Outlook. This will be helpful for those who use their email account to keep track of all the important payment bills and […]

Microsoft Azure Sphere will be a boon for IoT devices

Microsoft recently announced Azure Sphere, a solution to secure billions of microcontroller-powered devices including the IoT devices which are deployed globally by a number of companies every year. Azure Sphere comprises of mainly three parts – Aan operating system, Azure […]

Meltdown Patch Fix

Microsoft releases patch to fix the patch that fixed the Meltdown flaw

A few months ago, computer systems worldwide were detected vulnerable to attacks named Meltdown and Spectre. All the companies like Microsoft and Intel issued patches for their devices and fix this vulnerability. Maybe because of this rush, Microsoft issued a […]

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Now developers can deploy ANY Linux flavor as Windows Subsystem for Linux

With the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in August 2016, Microsoft added a new feature called Windows Subsystem for Linux. Here, any user running Windows 10 Pro could run the Linux terminals from their Windows 10 desktop environment. Earlier, […]

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BranchScope is the latest vulnerability for CPUs made by Intel

A team of researchers from College of William & Mary, University of California Riverside, Carnegie Mellon University of Qatar and Binghamton University demoed a new attack named BranchScope that Intel CPUs are vulnerable to. They demoed this vulnerability to the CPUs […]

Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) to be retired

There are many users on the Internet who use Secunia or Flexera Personal Software Inspector (PSI) to keep their devices secure. What PSI does is, it detects outdated or vulnerable software on your machine running Windows. In this way, it either applies […]

Microsoft aims to help the blind with Soundscape for iOS devices

Previously we have seen Microsoft release a new app that would help the visually impaired people to experience the world around them. This app was called Seeing AI. This app made use of the camera of the iOS device and […]

Windows Analytics will make your PC more secure now

Recently we reported about Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities that were really terrifying as they took advantage of an architecture based flaw in different processors. These vulnerabilities were present in the chip no matter what architecture, generation, brand or platform based […]

Progressive Web Apps

Microsoft Edge and Windows 10 now support Progressive Web Apps

Microsoft has always been a victim of not having much useful and updated apps in their Microsoft Store. Now, in order to overcome this Microsoft is using a new strategy and bringing support for Progressive Web Apps (PWA) on Microsoft […]

The Surface Laptop now comes with a Core m3 processor

Microsoft announced the Surface Laptop earlier in May 2015 at the MicrosoftEDU event. The device was just a laptop and not a convertible like the other Surface Devices. The Surface Laptop came with Windows 10S and Microsoft allowed a free […]

New Update to Windows Template Studio takes it to version 1.7

Microsoft announced the all new Windows Template Studio v1.0 in May 2017 after killing their old Windows App Studio service and website. This helped novice developers to build their own apps for Windows 10’s UWP Platform. This used a very […]

Panasonic new tablet can be used in ‘potentially explosive environments’

Panasonic recently announced a new 10-inch rugged Windows 10 tablet. This Panasonic Toughpad is ATEX Certified and can be used in Potentially Explosive Environments. One of the main highlighting features of this tough tablet is its support of 14-hours of battery […]

Microsoft Research introduces a bot that can draw anything you want

Microsoft Research is involved in bringing groundbreaking tech to humans. Earlier, we saw a prototype of 3D Touch where hovering over a touchscreen device would help the user in interacting with the device. This tech was also seen in the […]

Microsoft releases PowerShell Core for Windows, Mac and Linux

PowerShell has been Microsoft’s own replacement to the Command Prompt in Windows 10, and the command line utility has been largely being implemented all around Microsoft and other Microsoft communities. Microsoft recently released the open-source version of PowerShell 6.0. This […]