In this episode we have news about Windows 10, a new Microsoft Surface device coming soon and some insights about the successor to Internet Explorer. If you want to know what happened this week in Microsoft’s ecosystem, don’t hesitate to read this recap:
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It’s been another busy week for Microsoft. We finally got a new Windows 10 build, the Skype for Business tech preview, as well as the preview for Office 2016 IT Pros and Developers. We learned what will happen to Internet Explorer and how Microsoft plans to change the way you log in to your Windows devices. All these and more in this week’s recap:
This week has been a quieter one with less exciting news about Microsoft. The top announcement that was made is that Cortana will also be heading to Android and iOS - a move that left us scratching our heads. Other than that, we have learned about updates for OneNote, the OneDrive web app and multiple PC makers mocking the newly launched Apple MacBook. Read on to learn what happened in the last couple of days in Microsoft’s ecosystem:
This week there were two big events that took place in Barcelona and San Francisco. First, there was the Mobile World Congress where Microsoft and other companies launched many new mobile devices. Second, there was the Game Developers Conference where Microsoft revealed new exciting details about the future of Xbox and about their upcoming DirectX 12 API. We have a lot of exciting news to share in this week’s recap:
This week was not filled with major announcements but lots has happened in the Microsoft ecosystem. First of all, now all users can legally download Windows 7 installation images when they need to, Cortana has predicted most of the Oscar winners, Microsoft now has a solution for removing the Superfish adware from Lenovo's computers and more. Let's take a look at this week's most important news about Microsoft and its consumer products and services:
Last week was full of interesting news about Microsoft and its ecosystem. We have learned about universal apps coming to Xbox One, we received new updates for Sway, learned about new cloud integration capabilities for Microsoft Office and some interesting details about Windows 10. All these and more can be found in this week's recap:
This past week has been quite interesting for Windows Phone users: we finally got a close look at Windows 10 for phones, we learned new details about how Cortana will work on Windows 10, and Microsoft gave birth to new rumors by registering a trademark for Windows 365. Read the full recap of this week to learn more:
The start of February was quite interesting for Microsoft and its ecosystem. We've learned about the end of Windows RT, the launch of new Office touch apps and details about the upcoming Windows 10 test version for smartphones. Read the full recap of this week to learn more!
This past week was full of news about Microsoft and its products. We have learned that Windows 10 phones will play FLAC audio natively, new details about Office 2016 have emerged, we got to see Outlook for Android and iOS being launched and more. Read this week's recap for an in-depth look at what happened in Microsoft's ecosystem:
This week was very busy for Microsoft and filled with exciting announcements: a new preview version of Windows 10, more details about upcoming features of this operating system, exciting new devices like Microsoft HoloLens, good news about the upcoming version of Office and more. Don't hesitate to read this week's recap. There's lots of great stuff to read and learn about.
Everyone who has lost weight (or tried to) has done calorie counting at least once. We all know how frustrating that can be, especially when it doesn't seem to make any sense. The problem is that nobody tells you how to count calories correctly, so that you can confirm that you are eating too much, or eating the wrong things. Also, nobody tells you how to get to a lower number of calories, and still stay reasonably within your comfort zone. In this article, I'm going to describe the difference between classical calorie counting and food logging. Food logging is a novel concept that I am using in my Programmer Fitness project. It consists of trying to record what you eat accurately, by spending at most 10 minutes per day while doing it, and focusing on other metrics rather than on calories.
In this week's roundup we share news about Windows 10 and the consumer preview event that is going to take place next week. Also, Microsoft has announced new smartphones with Windows Phone at prices that are lower than ever and Samsung has declared its interest in building new smartphones with this operating system. Learn more about these events as well as other interesting news, from our recap.