Microsoft has released Cortana for Android as a public beta version, Windows 10 has been installed on over 75 million devices and Windows 95 is now 20 years old. To learn more about these events, as well as other interesting news, don't hesitate to read this week's recap with the most important news about Microsoft and its consumer ecosystem.
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We will take a tiny, tiny break from our usual type of Tech Lolz, because a friend of mine uncovered a gem and now I am simply laughing in tears and of course I have to share it with you guys. But beware, this might radically change your life. Especially that time of your life when you put your phone to its best use: while you're in the bathroom.
This week, Microsoft has launched its first Windows 10 test version after the official release of the operating system. Development continues and Microsoft is working on improving color options for Windows 10. Also, the adoption of Windows 10 continues at an amazing pace, with a 2000% increase since the market share it had in its launch week. For more details and other interesting news, read this week's recap:
… That they are still alive. Let's take a moment and think of how when we were young we were taught to stick a cube inside a cube shape, and not a sphere inside a triangle shape. Let's remember all the moments when we asked our mothers why, oh, why do we have to go to school. And she answered us in long explanatory sentences full of pretty and useful things. The answer was actually way more simple than that: because you don't want to be stupid!
This week, we have learned new hidden details about the activation rules that are used for Windows 10 and that the free Office 365 offer for small, low-cost devices is being phased out with Windows 10. Also, Microsoft has released for free, the slimmed down version of Windows 10 for 'Internet of Things' devices. To learn more details about these events as well as other interesting news, read this week's recap:
According to businessinsider.com and to many many other serious newspapers that get bored with regular news, it seems that people do not use LOL anymore when they want to express laughter. Of course it was to be expected, since all trends tend to vanish once with every generation. But there is something profoundly sad about this as well.
This week was slower in terms of big launches for Microsoft. We have learned news about the Windows 10 adoption rate in its first week, the Sway app has reached General Availability and new Microsoft apps for smartwatches have been released. Also, we have learned that Windows 10 for Xbox One will be released to testers in September. To learn more about what has happened in Microsoft's consumer ecosystem, read this week's recap:
Is there any continent left where we can ship like a large number of people, build them a safe environment, feed them daily so they don't starve, glue condoms on them so they don't actually make more people alike, and just let them lead a plain, normal and simple life? So that we can move on with our plain, normal and simple lives as well?
If scientists were busy trying to make the human race better starting from a decent 120 average IQ, I think we'd be moving a bit faster than how we now still try to bring down some people from trees.
This week Microsoft has launched Windows 10 and absolutely everyone has covered this product launch, including us. In this week's recap we have some down-to-earth reviews, analysis and opinions for you to read about this new operating system. Also, we have some news about Windows 10 Mobile and Mozilla's opinion about Windows 10. There's plenty of interesting stuff for you to read, so let's get started:
Because all I could hear in the past three days was Windows 10 all over the place, I decided I would go to my usual source of fun, Yahoo! Answers and see what other preoccupations people might have. After a very long scroll in the Tech section, I realized the world is definitely a creepy place. Full of creepy people and people who are afraid of creepy people. Let's see what people obsess about when they are using Facebook:
If you are interested in Windows 10, you will want to know how to get Windows 10. Can you get it for free? How? If you can't, then where can you buy Windows 10 and how much will it cost you? Also, which edition of Windows 10 should you buy? The answers to these questions are not that obvious and you will need to do a bit of research in order to answer them. We decided to make things simpler for you and do the research for you, so don't hesitate to read this article:
While Windows 10 comes with lots of new features and improvements, there are also some things we don't like about it. We're not trying to be perfectionists here but there are a couple of things that Microsoft could change or improve. Some of our complaints are small while others are quite significant. If you are curious to learn what we don't like about Windows 10, don't hesitate to read this article: