1. Windows 10 Preview Release with More Edge Extensions, Real-Time Web Notifications and Skype Dark Theme
Microsoft with its latest Windows 10 preview build offers a unique feature of the fast ring in its Windows Insider Program. There are a number superficial updates, some user interface Windows 10 fixes, and others bug fixes, but the biggest news is that it incorporates a change in extensions which work in Microsoft’s Edge Internet browser.
The preview offers mainly bug fixes for the computer and mobile versions of the platform. Windows 10 preview build was released just in time for the estimation by developers of Microsoft for Windows 10 on the PC or smartphones. This new software is extended by Microsoft if you are beta testing the Windows 10 latest versions. With the launch of this latest preview, Microsoft offers technical assistance by visiting Windows help page for help and support services on Windows 10 to its customers so that they will get the error free preview update in their systems. Read more at https://www.facebook.com/notes/intelli-atlas/888-606-4841-windows-10-preview-release-with-more-edge-extensions-real-time-web-/1627586870894622
2. Windows 10 Hit 300 Million Devices 6 Months Faster Than Windows 7
CEO Satya Nadella, in a Microsoft’s Build 2016 developer conference, declared that Windows 10 is the “fastest growing version of Windows for both consumers and enterprises,” and further Terry Myerson, the executive vice president of the Windows Group, added that “Windows 10 is off to the fastest adoption of any release ever.”
These Windows 10 operating system services are getting better and better each month, with noteworthy innovations. Of course, as part of delivering Windows 10 as the best service any Windows 10 customer can enjoy these innovations—for free. If you are facing any type of technical error while using the update then for Microsoft support professionals visit Windows support website for help and support services on Windows 10 and get quality technical support for the problems from the expert professionals. Read more at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/windows-10-hit-300-million-devices-6-months-faster-than-intelli-atlas?published=t
3. Microsoft launches Invitation Preview for Windows
It has been quite a long time since Microsoft shared some news about its newly launched app GigJam, a new product coming to Microsoft Office 365 later this year that will help break down barriers between devices, people, and applications. It is an innovative application that lets users briefly share parts of what they’re working with friends in order to get their input.
If you’re not familiar with this new app, Microsoft describes its GigJam app an easy way to share momentarily some bits of your work with others to get some advice. It’s now available on OS X and Windows and it will be coming to iOS products also. Before the end of the year, it will be the part of Microsoft’s Office 365 right alongside with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, One Drive, and OneNote. Read more at http://windows-support.windowshelp.support/microsoft-launches-gigjam-preview-for-os-x-and-windows/