Category: Windows 10

How to Unlock Microsoft’s Free Graphing Calculator in Windows 10

While your math teacher (or your kid’s math teacher) might not let them lug a laptop into their calculus class, I still think it’s awesome that Microsoft is finally giving the good ol’ Windows Calculator a boost of geekiness. If you thought “Scientific” mode was fun, you haven’t seen anything yet—coming soon, to Windows 10,

Windows update lets you answer Android calls on a PC

Microsoft has released a Windows 10 update that comes with the ability to answer calls to your Android phone on your PC. The Calls feature in Windows uses your computer’s speakers, microphone and screen so you can answer incoming calls, make calls and decline calls. The Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18999 (20H1) was launched

Windows 10 Mobile coming in December

Microsoft has just unloaded a couple of interesting new devices, including adequate yet disappointingly plastic new Lumia smartphones. One thing it didn’t announce, however, was when the mobile version of its Windows 10 operating system will arrive. After all, a new flagship smartphone deserves a new flagship OS right? Sadly, that might not be the

Windows 10 build 10558 leaked, tons of features await

Although a lot of attention, not to mention expectation, is being poured over Windows 10 Mobile, which we will hopefully see in a day or two, the more mainstream desktop version of the OS is of course still getting some much needed love. In fact, a leaked image of Build number 10558 has gone around

Office 2016 for Windows is now available for your productivity needs

Today marks the release of Microsoft’s Office 2016 suite of productivity apps for Windows 10. Having long been in development, and seen in several preview forms over the last few months, this final release introduces several features focusing on collaboration. There are also several different ways to buy, either via Office 365 subscriptions, such as

New tech aims to save Windows

Can Windows be saved? There are a lot of technology companies that certainly hope so. Going strictly by the numbers Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is a success. The company claims that the new operating system has been installed on 75 million systems since its launch in July. For many existing customers, the upgrade is

Everything you need to know about Windows 10

Not only is Windows 10 a free upgrade, but Microsoft will push out improvements continually. Should you jump on this train? Read InfoWorld’s comprehensive evaluations to find out Since its release, Windows 10 has triggered waves of adulation, scorn, and uncertainty. Is it a worthy successor to Windows 7? Should you get it now, or

Toshiba has an incredible 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet [Updated]

Dell’s Latitude 11 5000 wasn’t the only surprise 2-in-1 featuring in Microsoft’s IFA 2015 keynote, with an even more mysterious Toshiba making a brief appearance. The 2-in-1 tablet and notebook – which Microsoft’s Nick Parker, Corporate Vice President of the company’s OEM division, refused to even name – comes with a Surface Pro-style digital stylus,