Windows Tag Archive

Microsoft releases Classic Windows Solitaire Games to iPhone and iPad

Remember those classic solitaire games that you used to play on your old Windows PC? Well, Microsoft just released all 5 Solitaire card games for iPhone and iPad....

The largest Blue Screen of Death

According to Geek.com, this is the video wall of CentralFestival, a shopping mall in Pattaya, Thailand. Since Windows 8.X, Microsoft has change the BSOD to a more understandable...

WhatsApp announces desktop app for Mac and Windows

WhatsApp, the mobile messaging app that Facebook acquired 2 years ago, has introduced a desktop app for both the Mac and Windows platform. The new desktop app is available to all...

Microsoft announces Windows 10 now on 300 million active devices and will end free upgrade on July 29

If you have not upgraded to Windows 10, it’s high time for you to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft latest operating system, since the software giant just announced...

Windows app developers earn 50% more than iOS and Android app developers

John Nieves, writing for unbox.ph; According to InMobi’s State of Mobile App Developers 2016 report, developers for the now niche Windows mobile OS (that includes Windows 8.1...

Google Chrome browser to stop supporting older versions of Windows and Mac OS X

via Google Chrome Blog; Today, we’re announcing the end of Chrome’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8, since these platforms...

Microsoft to officially release Windows 10 on July 29

Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be available on July 10....

Minecraft coming to Windows platform

@talreyami @aashish_soneji Yes. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) September 19, 2014 When Microsoft announced that they’re acquiring Minecraft and it’s publisher Mojang...

Blackberry Messenger Now Available to Windows Phone Users

Before it was exclusively for Blackberry device owner, when the company got into trouble they released Blackberry Messenger (BBM) for iOS and Android platform. Now Blackberry...

Microsoft to discontinue Windows 7 PCs on October 31, 2014

This will be bad news for those people who prefer Windows 7 (like me) instead of Windows 8.x, since Microsoft will no longer offer computers that are running Windows 7....

ViberOut Now Available Globally, Entering Skype’s Turf

First introduced in the wake of super-typhoon Haiyan or locally known as Yolanda, Viber announces the global launch of ViberOut. Viber Out is a paid-service that lets Viber user...

Infographics: How Market Share And Use Of Cell Phones Is Increasing?

Smartphone has taken the world by storm, acting a communication, gaming, and computing device. It is by far the only gadget that could threaten the Gaming and probably even the PC...

Windows 8.1 Now Available and Here’s How to Get it

Microsoft just roll-out the Windows 8.1 update to all Windows 8 users as well as to to people running Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, or the Windows 8.1 Preview. Windows 8.1...

Office Mobile for Office 365 subscribers Is Not the MS Office for iOS that You’ve Been Waiting For!

Microsoft just announced the Office Mobile for Office 365 subscribers for iOS device, from the outside it looks like it’s the MS Office that you’ve been waiting for...

Viber releases Desktop Software and Updates it’s Mobile Apps

If you have a love-ones, a friend or a family member who are working abroad, chances are you have Viber installed on either your Android or iPhone and using it to communicate with...