Although you may now know how to set the Slideshow up in Windows 10, did you know you can make it go faster? Like every 10 seconds. Read on how to make that happen and also enable shuffle to keep your Windows 10 wallpaper super fresh!
Microsoft released an out-of-schedule security update for all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10. The update fixes an issue in Internet Explorer that could allow a hacker to attack Windows remotely.
Well, you get what you ask for, as a parent likes to tell kids. Such is the case today with Windows 10 build 10525 released today for Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. In our hands-on demo, we showed you how enabling the color options in Windows 10 under Settings now adds color to the app Title Bar. Users have been quite vocal about the blandness with the default white Title bars for...
Build 10525, the first new build since the the release of Windows 10, updates how it displays color for Start, Acton Center, Taskbar, and Title bars. The change is not very obvious, so we'll point it out in a hands-on video.
Intel is introducing some new technology called "Wake-on-voice" that will allow owners of Windows 10 PCs with Intel processors to wake them up from a low power state just by speaking to them. The technology was developed in cooperation with Microsoft and uses its Cortana feature.
Microsoft has decided to allow all Windows 10 users to access a version of the Windows Feedback app that was previously made just for Windows Insiders. However, Windows Insiders members will still be able to access features in the app that are not available to the general public.
Microsoft has released a preview version of Windows 10, with the build number 10525, to members of the Windows Insider Program. It's the first such build to be released since Windows 10 officially launched.
Have you tried the Windows 10 wallpaper Slideshow feature? I'll show you how to enable it and what settings are important. As an added bonus, I'll show you how to enable Slideshow even when your laptop or Surface is not plugged into AC power!
Microsoft has integrated its Services EULA into one agreement that reveals how the Redmond giant will check for counterfeit software and games on its storefronts, including Xbox Live and Windows Store.
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