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Microsoft introduces the Windows 10 web browser (code-named Project Spartan)

Microsoft is building a new web browser for Windows 10. As expected, it’s code-named Project Spartan, and it’s something different from Internet Explorer. The company says Spartan has a new user interface, a new rendering engine, and new ways to interact with online content. The browser will be available for smartphones, tablets, and notebooks or […]

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Windows 10 is designed to work on tablets, notebooks, and phones

Microsoft is starting to show off new features for the upcoming Windows 10 operating system. The OS is designed to run across a range of devices including phones, tablets, and notebooks, and the latest builds are designed to make it easy for users to transition from tablet to notebook mode or back again when using […]

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Windows 10 will be a free upgrade from Windows 7 or later

Microsoft has announced that when Windows 10 launches later this year, it will be available as a free upgrade. The company says the upgrade will be available for free for the first year that Windows 10 is available. The upgrade will be available to anyone using Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows Phone 8.1 Windows 10 […]

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Latest Windows 10 preview brings new gestures, native MKV support, and more

Microsoft is rolling out a new preview build of Windows 10 and, as expected, it adds support for new touchpad gestures for navigating between apps. But Windows 10 preview build 9879 also has user interface improvements, OneDrive improvements, and bug fixes. If you’re using build 9879 or later on a notebook with a precision touchpad, you […]

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Microsoft releases updated Windows 10 Technical Preview

Microsoft has released an updated version of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. If you’re already using the Windows 10 preview that launched earlier this month, you can update to build 9860 by opening the Update and Recovery settings, selecting Preview builds, and tapping the “Download now” button. The update will also roll out to testers […]

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Lilbits (10-06-2014): Jeff Bezos is bringing Amazon and Washington Post together

Say you’re the guy who runs the largest retail website in the United States… which also happens to make and sell a line of eReaders and tablets. And say you also happened to buy a major newspaper a little while ago? Maybe you’d find some synergies in an effort to help make the newspaper profitable […]