Microsoft Would Like To Bring iMessage Support To Windows

While Apple not be planning on merging its macOS and iOS platforms, the company has introduced some synergistic features where users can send and receive messages on either device, continue surfing websites, and so on. The only drawback is that it is limited between iOS and macOS devices.


Apple Is Shutting Down Texture’s Windows App

Apple’s acquisitions, at least the ones we have heard and know about, tend to lead to the app/service shutting down. A good example would be Apple’s acquisition of Beats where they eventually shut Beats Music down. Then there was also their acquisition of Workflow where the company later announced that the app would no longer be receiving significant updates.


Upcoming Windows 10 Update Makes Grabbing Screenshots Easier

Looking to grab a screenshot on your Windows computer? There are several options that you can use, such as pressing the Print Screen button on your keyboard. There is also another method of screenshotting, especially if you don’t want the entire screen and that is through a combination of the WIN + Shift + S key.


Microsoft Office 2019 Preview Now Available To Commercial Users

For those who are curious about Microsoft’s next update to its Office series of productivity software, you know that Microsoft will be releasing it later this year. However the good news for commercial users is that if you were wondering whether or not it will be worth upgrading to, Microsoft has since released the Office 2019 Preview for commercial customers.


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iTunes Is Finally Available On The Microsoft Store

iTunes for Windows has always been available as a download via Apple’s website. However if you prefer compartmentalizing all your apps and downloads from a particular storefront, then you’ll be pleased to learn that iTunes is finally available via the Microsoft Store, almost a year after it was announced.


Microsoft To Retire Enterprise Chat Apps For Windows Phone

Microsoft’s efforts at bringing Windows onto mobile has been somewhat stagnant as of late, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Microsoft has recently announced that they will be ending support for some Windows Phone enterprise chat apps come 20th May 2018.


Google’s ‘AltOS’ Could Let Users Toggle Between Chrome OS And Windows

In the past there have been rumors that Google could be working on a future operating system which would merge Android and Chrome OS together, although the company had previously dismissed such rumors. However according to more recent speculation, Google could still have something similar planned.


Pixelbook ‘AltOS’ Mode Might Let It Run Windows

Even though the Pixelbook is a pretty good laptop for the money, you won’t really consider it if you’re not ready to shift to Chrome OS entirely. However, it appears that Google wants to tap into those customers as well and is developing an “AltOS” mode which will enable Pixelbook owners to run Windows on their laptops as well.


Google Chrome Adding Emoji Shortcuts For Windows, Mac, Chrome OS

If you’re on your phone and you want to enter an emoji into a message you’re sending, it’s a pretty quick and painless process. However when it comes to entering emojis on the desktop, that’s a different story as there’s no real obvious way to do that. The good news is that if you’re using Chrome, Google will be introducing some shortcuts.


Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Release Due In April

Microsoft is developing the next major update for Windows 10 and the company now revealed when we can expect it to arrive. The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, yes that’s what it’s going to be called, is due for release next month according to Microsoft. The company is yet to officially reveal the next major update’s name, though, but reports have already suggested that it’s going to be called the […]


Lenovo Flex 14 (a.k.a. Yoga 530)

Lenovo is coming to MWC 2018 with a few premium consumer Windows 2-in-1 laptops, the Yoga 730 13” and 15”, and a mid-range one, the Flex 14, also known as the Yoga 530 outside of North America. Equipped with a 14-inch FHD (1920×1080) display, the elegant computing machine features the latest 8th Gen Intel Core processor (up to Core i7)with up to 16GB DDR4 and Harman Speakers with Dolby Audio […]


Microsoft Explains Why Age Of Empires: Definitive Edition Isn’t On Steam

Age of Empires was one of the early RTS games that was released back in the day and is considered by many to be a classic. As you can imagine the release of Age of Empires: Definitive Edition was probably great news for quite a few gamers, what with all the various improvements made to it.


Age Of Empires: Definitive Edition Has Been Released

Initially pegged for a launch in 2017, Microsoft later delayed the release of Age of Empires: Definitive Edition to 2018 where it was set for a 20th of February release. The good news is that if you were looking forward to the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that the game has since been released.


Microsoft Looking To Ditch Passwords In Windows 10 S

Due to the fact that different applications, services, and websites use different styles of passwords (some require alphanumeric passwords, some require symbols, some ask for a mix of upper and lowercase), it can be a hassle to try and remember all of them. Password managers are one way to go about this, but what about ditching passwords entirely?