After Windows 10 was released late last month, the praises for the new operating system came flowing. It showed remarkable stability, built-in new features and overall it projected an increase in performance, plus, it returned the start menu as well. After the initial few weeks of work, some concerns for the new operating system’s privacy & security features have risen. There were several possible sources of concern for users; from the machine ID, key logging to other problematic situations, for example, covertly downloading a multi-gigabyte ISO of Windows 10 to Windows machines without user permission. In a nutshell it was kinda messy and Microsoft had
The Khronos Group, an open consortium of leading hardware and software companies, today announced significantly expanded scope and momentum for its family of open standard 3D graphics APIs. Vulkan™, the new generation API for high-efficiency access to graphics and compute on modern GPUs, is on track for implementation and specifications later this year. It has received support from Android, SteamOS, Tizen, and multiple Linux distributions, including Ubuntu and Red Hat. The new OpenGL® ES 3.2 specification absorbs AEP (Android Extension Pack) functionality to enhance pervasive graphics capabilities across mobile, consumer, and automotive devices. A set of OpenGL extensions will also expose the very latest capabilities
Tamas Miklos, author of AIDA64 contacted us to let you all know that v5.30 of his multi-platform tool came out today. AIDA64 is one of most versatile system detection and benchmarking applications, supporting practically every major operating system. If you want to know more about your computing device, AIDA64 is one of best tools out there, and the list of new items supported in v5.30 is just impressive. While you could install the application on Apple iOS, Google Android and Microsoft Windows, v5.30 brings in full support for Windows 10 and Server 2016, as well as Samsung Tizen OS. This is a list of changes for the application: New
While VR World is currently working on a detailed series of analysis into how AMD is changing its future by unveiling a completely new product line-up, we were informed by the company’s representatives that the company decided to lift the embargo on performance data for the AMD Radeon Fury X earlier than expected. Thus, while you wait for the architectural analysis of the part (this article will be updated in due course), we are pleased to bring you details from the AMD Radeon Fury X Review Guide, which contains internal performance data of this new, $649 graphic card. This price pitches liquid cooled Radeon Fury X
Microsoft’s new OS will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor in terms of pricing.
Notice that Windows icon in your toolbar? That’s Microsoft telling you Windows 10 is almost here.
Preview program members get first crack at the Xbox One’s biggest update yet: Windows 10 functionality.
Turns out Windows 10 won’t be free for pirates after all.
Microsoft says it would make up the revenue lost from Windows licences with revenue from Bing.
Microsoft is getting rid of Patch Tuesday and will instead continuously rollout updates in the background on Windows 10.
Reports indicate that Xbox One will get access to the Windows Store, unlocking “thousands” of compatible apps that support cross-buy on other devices.
Microsoft to release SDK to allow developers to port their apps.
The classic Windows game makes a return in Windows 10.
With Windows 10 expected this summer, let’s take a look back at the consumer versions of Windows throughout the ages.
The end of the Nokia Lumia 2520 means Microsoft’s adventure porting Windows to ARM is over.
Today LaCie announced the Rugged RAID mobile drive featuring user selectable RAID 0 or RAID 1 configuration.
Skipping Windows 9 signifies the importance of the gap between Windows 8 and 10 to the Indian press.