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Microsoft Begins Roll-out Of Xbox One August System Update, Includes 3D Blu-ray Support, Mobile Purchase And More

Microsoft today started the roll out of August Xbox One System update. It includes number of social features to make sharing your gaming experiences with friends better and easier. More notable ones are the ability to buy content on Xbox.com or Xbox Smartglass app, 3D Blu-ray support and more. Activity feed updates: We’re adding new ways for you to interact ... Read More »

Microsoft Research Shows Off Non-Rigid Reconstruction Of 3D Models Using an RGB-D Camera

At SIGGRAPH 2014, Microsoft Research demoed several new projects they have been working on. One of them was the controllable high-fidelity 3D facial performance transfer which allowed to transfer your facial expressions to a dog’s face. Read more about it here. Another interesting project is around of non-rigidly deforming physical objects with arbitrary shape in real-time. Watch the video above and the description below ... Read More »

Now windows can full controlled by Microsote Xbox

Microsoft on Thursday provided drivers that enable the Xbox One wireless controller to work with Windows via a micro-USB cable (which is not included with the controller). Once installed, the Xbox One controller can be used with any game that featured gamepad support for the Xbox 360 controller. “We know our fans have wanted PC compatibility, and we know they ... Read More »

Selecting you own Operating system

Windows has become an option for operating Systems for a long period with a lot of laptop or computer. The reason is because of this popularity will be the graphical user interface as well as the computer software if it is compatible. Before going it to the information on a Windows based pc, let’s notice some of the additional systems ... Read More »

Latest News CA Technologies release that free XP migration tool

Organizations that need to relocate extensive amounts of clients from Windows XP, which Microsoft quit supporting a month ago, now have some assistance with a free device from CA Technologies. The CA Desktop Migration Manager can duplicate a client’s records, program bookmarks, desktop settings and other appropriate data to system record stockpiling, permitting the overseer to update the smart phone ... Read More »

Temporary connection-related errors may occur when you use Windows Update or Microsoft Update

When you use the Windows Update website or the Microsoft Update website to check for and install updates, you may receive one of the errors that are listed in the “Symptoms” section. To solve the issue, use the Windows Update Troubleshooter for a systematic check and fix. Windows 8 or Windows 7 The Automatically diagnose and fix common problems with ... Read More »

Windows 8 Start menu should return in August which is faster release cycle

Microsoft revealed earlier this month that the Start Menu will return to Windows 8 While Microsoft is keeping the timing for its return vague, sources familiar with the company’s plans tell The Verge that the Start Menu will likely be available in a second update to Windows 8.1 currently scheduled for August. Miller noted that the faster release cycle hasn’t ... Read More »

If Your Windows 7 PC is more likely to have malware than your XP one then says to Microsoft

The newly published Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) is a hefty 152 page read, which will probably keep many IT sysadmins occupied for a while. It’s a good excuse to put your feet up, lean back in your swivel chair and read Microsoft’s pontifications on exploits, vulnerabilities, malware and other threats that might keep you and your company awake at ... Read More »

How To Integration of USB 3.0 into Your Lovely Windows 8

Intel Developer has demonstrated USB 3.0 on September 18, 2007. This USB 3.0 is much faster than USB 2.0. USB 3.0 has much more data transfer speed than USB 2.0. USB 3.0 can transfer approx 5 GB/sec and USB 2.0 can transfer 480MB/sec. This USB 3.0 is expected to be release on this year 2010. This USB 3.0 is already ... Read More »

Great News To Windows XP users face end to Microsoft support

Support for the venerable Windows XP operating system ends this Tuesday. It means that there will be no more official security updates and bug fixes for the operating system from Microsoft. Some governments have negotiated extended support contracts for the OS in a bid to keep users protected. Security firms said anyone else using the 13-year-old software would be at ... Read More »