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FixWin 10.1 makes resetting several Windows 10 functions a breeze!

FixWin 10.1, the free portable Windows repair tool, has been released, making resetting of several Windows 10 functions that may not be working properly, very easy! Apart from letting you Run SFC, Run DISM, Reinstall Microsoft Store apps and create […]

Wimbledon Tennis game

Google lets you play a Wimbledon themed tennis game! Found it?

In honor of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, Google has introduced a Wimbledon themed tennis game. The game hides under the ‘Search’ function but takes little effort to find and play. If you haven’t spotted the game yet, we will tell […]

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Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.6 released with Windows 10 v1903 Support

The very popular tweaker, Ultimate Windows Tweaker has been updated to version 4.6 and released with several new tweaks. It now supports Windows 10 v1903. With judicious tweaking, it can make your system faster, more stable, personal and more secure […]

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Windows Calculator now available for Android, iOS and the Web

Microsoft has been a massive fan of Open Source for a couple of years, and just like how they developed the Windows Terminal, they also open sourced Windows Calculator. Today it has been made available for Android, iOS and the […]

OneDrive gets Personal Vault, additional storage and more

Microsoft is making some changes to OneDrive with a recent update, and it’s pretty good. The most important addition right now is the improved security, and following that, an extra 50GB of storage to the standalone plan. The plan now […]

Raspberry Pi 4 announced officially; available starting $35

Raspberry Pi 4 announced officially; available starting $35

The Raspberry Pi Foundation recently announced the Raspberry Pi 4. It is a significant upgrade over the last major release of Raspberry Pi which was Raspberry Pi 3. The most hyped feature for Raspberry Pi 4 is the support for dual 4k displays. For […]

Google Earth for All

Google Earth to work on Firefox and other browsers too

Like many other services, Google Earth till now had been only supported on Chrome. It was not about being competitive, but it was instead the technology that was required for Google Earth to work. It was released as a native […]

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Mozilla Firefox to get a new logo

Firefox first came into existence in 2002 with its evolutionary browser which made everyone switch to it. While many use Google Chrome now, but Firefox has its legacy for doing a lot of things first. Fast forward, Firefox is not […]

ThinkReality

Lenovo launches ThinkReality, a HoloLens competitor

Continuing its expansion, Lenovo has announced a new VR/AR platform named as ThinkReality includes both software and hardware. The system comprises of a software platform and the AR headset. The Android-based Lenovo AR Headset weighs 380 grams and comes with […]

Windows media center

Windows Media Center SDK available on GitHub

Though Windows Media Center is not supported on Windows 10, as a fan of the old guard here is a chance of how you can find it. A former Microsoft employee has posted the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the […]

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Intel introduces their 9th Generation H Series Processors

Intel has announced their new H Series processors that clock up to 5 GHz and are designed for gamers and creators who want to push their experience to the next level. Due to thermal limitations, this was previously very difficult […]

Internet

Cloudflare to launch Warp VPN service

When someone says its April 1st, the first thing that strikes us – a troublesome date. The day has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, but its exact origins remain a mystery. Having said that, many companies want […]

Outlook

Microsoft adds AI to make Outlook.com more intelligent

Microsoft announced yesterday that it is making Outlook.com more intelligent with the help of new Artificial Intelligence powered features. The company said that it would roll out new features in the next few weeks across email and calendar that will help […]

Google Stadia

Google Stadia unveiled – An all-you-can-play game streaming service

In a move that could potentially disrupt the Video Gaming industry, Google announced yesterday its entry into the Gaming Space with own gaming platform named as Stadia. Google made the announcement during the 2019 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San […]

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Adobe Shockwave to be discontinued for Windows

If you grew up with the Internet, I am sure you know about Adobe Shockwave. A plugin which we all had installed at some point to play multimedia applications and video games. Released by Macromedia in 1995, later acquired by […]

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Firefox 66 to come with Windows Hello support

Mozilla has decided to offer a new login method for users. The company has announced that it will add support to Windows Hello starting from Firefox 66. With this in place, users will be able to login to their Windows […]

Firefox Fission will avert nasty Spectre-style attacks

One of the most widely feared and an unpopular, unpleasant instance experienced in the online world was the discovery of Spectre. The vulnerability affected nearly every computer chip (modern processors) manufactured in the last 20 years and impacted system performance […]

Intel makes some major announcements at CES 2019

CES 2019 is the annual trade show organized by Consumer Technology Association in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every major technology company in the world takes up the stage at the event to make some major announcements and showcase their latest and […]

Google Quiz contest

Guess the year’s top trends with Google’s Game of the Year Quiz

The search engine giant – Google has launched the first-ever game based on Google Search trends. It’s called ‘Game of the year’ quiz. As we know, the company releases a roundup of its top search trends every year, but this […]

Google Plus to shut down in April now, after new data leak

Google Plus will shut down on a date earlier than planned. The rescheduling is followed by the discovery of a security flaw discovered in the Google Plus People API. The bug inadvertently exposes the personal information of 52.5 million Google […]

Qualcomm announces 8cx built on 7nm for PC Platform

Earlier this week, at Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm announced its all-new Snapdragon 8cx chip. It is specifically built for Windows 10 Always Connected PCs. It is first chip that is designed specifically for the PC platform that is […]

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Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.5 released for Windows 10 v1809

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.5 supports Windows 10 October 2018 Update (v1809) and adds several new tweaks. While you may be able to access all these via the Windows 10 Settings app, the Registry Editor or the Group Policy Editor, Ultimate […]

Photo Sharing site

Flickr will limit Free account to 1,000 photos and videos

The premiere online photo sharing site – Flickr has decided to shrink the free storage tier space. Because of the new move, free users will be limited to 1,000 photos in total, although the photos & videos will not be […]