Microsoft Office for Mac, now available in the Mac App Store!

Microsoft, today, debuted to the Mac App Store, for the first time, it’s Microsoft Office 365 Suite. Straight from the Mac App Store, you can now download copies of Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook software, whilst getting continuous updates through the Mac App Store. The apps themselves are exactly the same as the onesContinue reading “Microsoft Office for Mac, now available in the Mac App Store!”

“MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!

Recently, a collection of security loopholes have being found within Computer CPUs, mostly in relation to the Intel. Above, you can see a list of the 6 major brands of CPUs (Central Processing Unit), and we can pretty much guarantee that the device you’re reading this post on, contains one of them. However, depending onContinue reading ““MELTDOWN” and “SPECTRE” CPU Security Vulnerabilities – All you need to know!”

Microsoft announce a duo of powerful new Surface Books

It may have taken 2 years to arrive, but they finally did, the successor to the original Surface Book is here, and it’s brought a larger more powerful friend with it. That’s right, the Surface Book 2 isn’t just one form factor, but two itself, the same 13.5 inch remains, but now a larger beefierContinue reading “Microsoft announce a duo of powerful new Surface Books”

Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!

In a somewhat surprising announcement, Microsoft made two announcements for the world of mobile today, though likely unpleasant announcements for those fans of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile efforts, bringing the companies Edge browser cross platform and a new updated launcher for Android. On a Windows Blog written by Microsoft’s CVP of Windows and Devices, JoeContinue reading “Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!”

Microsoft Build 2017 – Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and more

Build is Microsoft’s annual Developers Conference, and this year they went all out on Windows 10 and UWP. On the Day 2 keynote, Microsoft demonstrates how they’re moving the platform forward. Whilst we won’t be covering Day 1, we’ll brief you on information that will impact the general user, which Day 2 is all about,Continue reading “Microsoft Build 2017 – Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and more”

We’re using a Surface 3 in 2017 … and it’s going better than you’d think!

If you can even believe it, the Surface 3 was released back in 2015, which whilst that doesn’t yet make it a 2-year-old device, as it was late 2015, it remains even today as Microsoft’s latest budget conscious and truly portable Surface, and we’re still loving the thing today! It’s not a powerhouse, but itContinue reading “We’re using a Surface 3 in 2017 … and it’s going better than you’d think!”

Microsoft’s Bryan Roper walks through Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Microsoft are soon to launch the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to all those who have updated to Windows 10. Whilst Windows 10 is no longer free, for those who did just make it through the 12 month free upgrade New Features Bryan Roper kicks off a collection of Windows 10 Anniversary Update videos off withContinue reading “Microsoft’s Bryan Roper walks through Windows 10 Anniversary Update”

Tap to Pay ‘Officially’ coming to Microsoft Wallet (US)

After being leaked to the point where it could even have being installed, Microsoft have finally officially announced that their Microsoft Wallet on Windows 10 Mobile will be getting ‘Tap to Pay’ Contactless Payments. Microsoft have adopted the same standard of which is being actively used and deployed worldwide using Apple Pay and Android Pay,Continue reading “Tap to Pay ‘Officially’ coming to Microsoft Wallet (US)”

Microsoft set to release ROMs to download Windows 10 on your existing Android Phone

With plans to run Android apps through emulation of Windows 10 for Phones aborted, Microsoft can’t help themselves think up new ways to bring the Android fray in to the mix with Windows Phone, issue is, does it matter? This is the HP Elite x3, which was announced this week at Mobile World Congress, aContinue reading “Microsoft set to release ROMs to download Windows 10 on your existing Android Phone”

Microsoft Windows 10 Devices Event 2015: Lumia 950 and 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 and so much more!

Microsoft went all out in their Windows 10 Devices Event today, whilst they did discuss enhancements coming to former and alternate categories of the company, from Windows 10 for Xbox One and some incredible Hololens demonstrations (in which is now available to test Q1 2016 for a small $3,000), the event was all about MicrosoftContinue reading “Microsoft Windows 10 Devices Event 2015: Lumia 950 and 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 and so much more!”

Windows RT update won’t work with Windows 10, just a Start change? Where have we seen that before.

Ah, Windows RT, whilst on paper a good idea, getting the Windows platform to run on mobile chips, meaning more efficiently and diversely able to compete with Android and iOS closely, but that never really worked did it? Whilst we had our own dabbles with Windows RT, in which we were actually a fan ofContinue reading “Windows RT update won’t work with Windows 10, just a Start change? Where have we seen that before.”

Microsoft bringing Cortana to iOS and Android!

We’ve previously discussed the potential of this happening, but looks like we may have been much more on the money than we imagined. Alongside a brand new ‘Phone Companion App’ coming in Windows 10, where Microsoft highlighted the multiple possible ways at which Windows 10 will be built from the get-go to connect and receiveContinue reading “Microsoft bringing Cortana to iOS and Android!”