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Microsoft makes it easier for Windows desktop app developers to access crash data

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Until today, Windows desktop app developers had difficulty in accessing the detailed analytics data about their app performance. Microsoft is solving this issue with the new Windows Desktop Program through which developers can access their app analytics data through one-stop portal or access the data via an API. Show More Summary

How to play the Sea of Thieves beta on Xbox One and Windows 10

Get ready to sail the seven seas with the Sea of Thieves closed beta – here's how you can play. One of Microsoft's most anticipated games of 2018, Sea of Thieves, is set to kick off its closed beta soon, with nearly a week of testing set to occur. Show More Summary

Microsoft launches Windows Server Insider Preview build 17079

Windows Server Insiders can now get their hands on a new build. Following up on a fresh build released last week, Microsoft has made another Windows Server Insider Preview build available....

Cortana now launches 20 percent faster on iOS, Microsoft says

Hey, Cortana: Speed it up! Cortana may not enjoy the same level of tight integration on iOS as it does on Windows, but the app still has its users....

What to consider when choosing between a 2-in-1 or traditional laptop

Which form factor should you go for? 2-in-1 Windows PCs, that is those that can be both laptop and tablet, continue to rise in popularity. Spearheaded by Microsoft's own Surface Pro, the category is fielding some of the best-designed...Show More Summary

A fat guy's review of Fitbit Coach for Windows 10

With Fitbit releasing a new app to the Microsoft Store, I was anxious to see how much it'll help my workouts. Here are the results. Fitbit Coach is a guided workout application that's available on a number of platforms, including iOS and Android. Show More Summary

How to add macOS’s Preview feature to Windows using QuickLook

While macOS features a built-in previewer app, users of the more popular Windows OS often have to rely on third-party applications to preview their files in Explorer. I stumbled on QuickLook last week in the Microsoft Store and it’s exactly what the doctor ordered in that regard. Show More Summary

5 great Microsoft Android games with Xbox Live integration

Did you know there are a handful of Android games that support Xbox achievements? Much like Windows Phone in its heyday, Microsoft has bought a number of its mobile game titles to Android, complete with Xbox Live integration. For some...Show More Summary

The Morning After: Microsoft's next gambit on education

Hey, good morning! Morning there! Ready to shop in Amazon's store of the future? How about grabbing a cheap Windows laptop for your kid's next semester?

Windows 7 Internet Games Error 0x80041004

Internet games that Microsoft distributed with its Windows 7 operating system throw the error code 0x80041004 right now when you try to play them. Microsoft distributed local and Internet games with the […] Ghacks needs you. You can find out how to support us here or support the site directly by becoming a Patreon. Show More Summary

You may soon view and delete diagnostic data in Windows 10

Recent Insider Builds of the upcoming Windows 10 version 1803 suggest that the system includes options to view and delete diagnostic data. Microsoft's stance on privacy has been criticized by privacy advocates […] Ghacks needs you. You can find out how to support us here or support the site directly by becoming a Patreon. Show More Summary

Microsoft Unveils New Low-Cost Chromebook Killers

Microsoft has unveiled a new range of laptops aimed at schools and students. With prices starting at just $189, these new Windows 10 devices are designed to crush the Chromebook rebellion currently threatening to topple the Microsoft empire. Show More Summary

Microsoft may soon let you view the diagnostic data it collects from your PC

After receiving significant pushback from privacy authorities in Europe and other regions, Microsoft has been steadily refining their approach to collecting data from your PC. The latest innovation, spotted by ZDNet in Windows 10 Build 17063...Show More Summary

Microsoft’s $189 Windows laptops are going to be a game-changer for PCs

For the past three years, Microsoft has watched as Google's Chromebooks have eaten away at the low-cost Windows PC market. Chromebooks have gone from being a rarity to a highly practical option for kids, college students, and anyone who doesn't need to use fancy software. The biggest component of Chrome OS's growth has been price. Show More Summary

Do Not Install These Windows 10 Apps and Programs

How often do you stop and think about the apps you’re installing on your computer? We’re not talking about apps like Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop, which have millions of users and are perfectly safe to use. We mean other third-party apps that, on the face of it, perform useful tasks. Show More Summary

Tutorial: How to get the old Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10

With the introduction Windows 10, Microsoft revealed a new Photos App which was better than the existing photo viewers and did carry editing capabilities which were an addition. The photo app sure was great but I still liked the old Photo Viewer. Show More Summary

Microsoft challenges Google in the classroom with new devices, Office features

Microsoft Corp. is upping the ante against Google Inc. in the hotly contested education sector. The company today unveiled new devices and software tools aimed at winning over more schools to Windows 10, which is estimated to have a market share of 22 percent in the U.S. Show More Summary

Leaving Windows: How the Pixelbook replaced my Surface Pro 4, no regrets

The world continues to move to the cloud and less is being done with offline apps. Last month I put my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 on the shelf and connected my new Google Pixelbook to my external Dell monitor as I went all in with a Chromebook.

Hints of new Windows 10 privacy tools spotted in recent Insider builds

More transparency-focused privacy tools appear to be on the way in the next major Windows 10 update. Microsoft has been gradually adding more privacy controls with each successive update to Windows 10, and it looks as if that's set continue in the next big update....

Microsoft partners with the world’s largest education company to bring content to Windows Mixed Reality

Microsoft today announced several new education initiatives including affordable Windows laptops, new Office 365 updates focused on students and teachers and more. One of the most interesting things they announced is around Windows Mixed Reality. Show More Summary

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