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  1. Microsoft Lumia DENIM​ Update Last night I decided to do an update to my Lumia 630, to my surprise the long awaited DENIM Update was finally here in preparation for the Windows 10 Upgrade... Many details are covered at the link mentioned above but one which I am quite happy about is the fact that now on Windows Phones.. We have the ability to create a personal WiFi Hotspot. This interests me a great deal as I will no longer have to buy another SIM Card and pay a data plan for my tablet.. Owning the phone for the first few months made me quite jealous and perturbed at the fact that iPhone user
  2. Windows 8.1 also adds more Trusted Platform Module support, and the company says its goal is to have all Windows devices require TPM 2.0 by January 2015 so that companies that let employees bring their own PCs to work can be confident they can work with their own corporate security set-up. Windows 8.1 can also be enabled to set up device encryption if the PC supports InstantGo. In addition, it adds Remote Data Removal, which will allow an IT administrator to remotely wipe a PC of all corporate data on an employee's personal PC, while keeping the employee's personal data intact. Microsoft will
  3. I too have been using WIn8 since it came out. On my PC it is slower than Win7 though maybe a little more stable. The "Modern" apps are ridiculous though. Suitable for a handheld device only, it makes the PC experience much more fatiguing if you have a touchscreen. Ergonomically, WIndows 8 is doomed to cause all kinds of workplace injuries from lifting your arms and waving your hands and fingers to achieve productivity whereas a slight motion and click of a mouse is all that's needed in the Windows desktop. Office workers cannot deal with all the large muscle and joint movement that is necessa
  4. Topic Updated On 25 July 2013 KMSpico v8 Page #1 >>>
  5. Two years after hitching its fate to Microsoft's Windows Phone software, a withered Nokia collapsed into the arms of the U.S. software giant, agreeing to sell its main handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion). Nokia will also license its patents and mapping services to Microsoft. Nokia shares jumped 45% on news of the deal. The purchase is set to be completed in early 2014, when about 32,000 Nokia employees will transfer to Microsoft. It will represent the second most expensive acquisition in Microsoft's 38-year history, ranking behind an $8.5 billion purchase of Internet callin
  6. SAN FRANCISCO---Kaspersky Lab has introduced a new light agent approach for shoring up security on VMware, Citrix and Microsoft virtualization platforms. Introduced amid the internet security firm's enterprise IT summit in San Francisco on Tuesday, the Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Light Agent is characterized as a "best of both worlds" model, redirecting heavy processing workloads to a virtual appliance while promising to keep all endpoints secure. Essentially, the Kaspersky plan installs a small software agent on each virtual machine, which can be deployed without rebooting, for the
  7. The folks at AdDuplex have released their monthly data for Windows Phone devices, which presents a pretty interesting picture of how the operating system is performing for this month. First of all, the best-selling Windows Phone handset, the Lumia 520, has seen a slight decrease in its market share for the first time in the past few months -- it's not very big, but still. Additionally, the most notable thing is the operating system version breakdown, which shows Windows Phone 8.1 gaining share pretty fast. "This report is based on data collected from 3886 Windows Phone apps running AdDuplex
  8. One of the new changes that Microsoft plans for the newly acquired Nokia Devices and Services business is to rename it to reflect these changes. According to a leaked internal Nokia letter to its suppliers published by NokiaPowerUser, Nokia Oyj name will be changed to Microsoft Mobile Oy, probably beginning April 25. Here is the passage from the letter that highlights the renaming of Nokia Devices and Services division: “Please note that upon the close of the transaction between Microsoft and Nokia, the name of Nokia Corporation/Nokia Oyj will change to Microsoft Mobile Oy. Microsoft Mobile
  9. Microsoft might have retired Windows XP, with much fanfare, it must be said, but the company still had to take care of a couple of issues here and there. One of them, rather severe. An update that was recently released for the company’s very own antivirus and antimalware solution, Security Essentials, caused a lot of Windows XP computers to freeze after boot — a lot of, as in , a few thousands by most counts. And now the software titan has released a new update to the security software in order to address all these problems. This is what the company has to say: “This is due to an update
  10. Not only did Microsoft roll out Windows 8.1 Update earlier this month, but the company also rolled out Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Update. This update is available to customers and partners via Windows Update, Microsoft OEM Online, and Volume Licensing Service Center. Windows 8.1 Update brings along quite a lot of new improvements for non-touch users, but did you know that Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Update brings along some new improvements for retail, manufacturing, and health devices? Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry Update enables sideloading, easier app development, low-cost hardware d
  11. Windows 8.1 Update is already out of the way and its now time to focus on what comes next. Last year, we first reported about Windows 9 and the idea of Windows 10 being a "full cloud based operating system." These details came from the notorious leaker, Wzor. Now, it appears new information has come to light about Microsoft's future plans for Windows. According to new details from Wzor, Microsoft will roll out another update to Windows 8.1 (Update 2) sometime in September of this year, during the Autumn season. Microsoft may refer to this update as Windows 8.1 Update 2 or may even call it Wi
  12. Microsoft’s purchase of Nokia’s Devices & Services business is finally going to be closed this month - at least that’s what Nokia announced today, saying that it expects the deal to be closed later this week, on April 25. According to the company, the transaction "is now subject only to certain customary closing conditions." Just yesterday, we told you that, once the transaction is closed, “the name of Nokia Corporation/Nokia Oyj will change to Microsoft Mobile Oy.” This means that Nokia will no longer exist as a company that makes phones - after more than two decades in which it has bee
  13. It's been a while since Microsoft released the Windows Phone 8.1 Developers Preview for users. You can download it even if you're not a developer, but it seems people are having troubles when they try to update to Windows Phone 8.1. The update downloads on the devices, but when the user tries to install it, it ends up with the error 80188309. Most of the users are using the Huawei Ascend W1, but the error has popped up on other models as well. A moderator on the Microsoft support site has responded to the issue, and said an update would be sent to the devices to fix the issue. Microsoft has
  14. This has been the week of Windows Phone 8.1 Having been announced at Build earlier in the month, developer were finally able to get their hands on the massive mobile update -- in fact, anyone is able to download it. Interest levels were so high that the download servers struggled to cope. But if you did have trouble with the download, it was worth the wait... There is a lot to investigate in Windows Phone 8.1 and here at WinBeta we featured all manner of tip and tricks to help you get started, including revealing how to see more tiles on the home screen and how to enable Cortana outside of t
  15. With the Microsoft purchase of Nokia's Devices and Services set to close this month, the Redmond based software giant has been sending out letters to various companies to inform them of the imminent closing of the acquisition. One bit of information that has been leaked from these letters, is that Microsoft plans on renaming the Nokia handset business as Microsoft Mobile Oy. This was already hinted at in a previous letter from Microsoft to Nokia's customers, that we showed you last week. Microsoft also sent out a letter to companies that Nokia Devices and Services does business with. The lette
  16. Windows 8.1 Update comes with plenty of improvements for the desktop and tweaks some of the features that Microsoft implemented in the previous OS update, so many believe that Redmond has actually changed its mind and is now going in reverse to fix some of the mistakes it made with Windows 8. Microsoft Executive Vice President of operating systems Terry Myerson explained in an interview with ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley that the software giant is actually trying to appeal to a broader customer range and, although some believe that it’s stepping back, the company is really keen on going forward with
  17. Both Microsoft and Sony have revealed their sales figures for their respective consoles since they launched and things are looking better for the PlayStation camp. According to Microsoft’s figures, the Xbox One sold 5 million units since launch whereas Sony claims to have sold 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles. The disparity in the figures could be attributed to a lot of things, including the PS4′s slightly early launch and availability in more markets, not to mention the lower price compared to the Xbox One that ships with the Kinect. Still, fact remains that at the end of the day, So
  18. When Microsoft rolled out the Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview, it included build 2.5.1330 of the Xbox Music app. Starting next week, Microsoft is set to roll out a huge new update to the app, followed by new updates every two weeks. "And for those Xbox Music users running the WP8.1 Developer Preview, starting next week you will start to see the first update in the Windows Phone Store for the 8.1 Xbox Music application, followed by ongoing updates every two weeks. We want to hear your feedback on the new Xbox Music app so we can continue to incorporate it into the product," Microsoft st
  19. Microsoft has been quietly pushing out a Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview update to some users. The update claims to offer “Additional Language Support” but it is unfortunately unclear what exactly was added. So far we have had reports from Germany, India, Canada and USA. Have any of you received the update prompt? Let us know from the source page, Thanks Source
  20. Microsoft Office Professionnal Plus 2013 Software informations Plateform : Windows Publisher (s) : Microsoft Description Microsoft Office 2013 is a suite of productivity applications designed to help you improve the way you work. What's new in Office 2013? Microsoft Office 2013 is by no means a revolutionary update to the venerable office suite but this is the first version of Microsoft Office that has good cloud integration and a touch-friendly interface. SkyDrive will be the backbone of Microsoft Office 2013. Settings, documents, templates, and even custom user dictionaries w
  21. Rovio's popular Angry Birds games for Windows Phone 8 are apparently free in the Windows Phone Store, at least for now. If you have yet to play these popular games, now is your chance to snag it for free! The free games include Angry Birds, Angry Birds Rio, Angry Birds Star Wars, and Angry Birds Star Wars 2. There is no word as to why these apps were made free, as some of them were paid apps in the past. Either way, free is good, so hit the download links below to snag them while you can. Building upon the success of the highly popular Angry Birds games, Rovio recently unveiled a new
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