Microsoft reveals what data Windows 10 collects from you...
Microsoft has been under fire for its privacy practices since Windows 10 launched in July 2015, so the company finally caved to the pressure to be more transparent and revealed the type of diagnostic data it collects.According to Microsoft, One of our mos
on 2017-04-05 19:26 UTC
Windows 7 is in no rush to leave...
Microsoft Windows 7 may not go quietly into the night, according to data published Saturday.March's Windows 7 user share -- an estimate of the percentage of the world's personal computers powered by the 2009 operating system -- was 49%, said analytics ven
on 2017-04-03 22:14 UTC
EC2 Run Command is Now a CloudWatch Events Target | AWS Blog...
Ok, time for another peanut butter and chocolate post! Let’s combine EC2 Run Command (New EC2 Run Command – Remote Instance Management at Scale) and CloudWatch Events (New CloudWatch Events – Track and Respond to Changes to Your AWS Resources) and see what we get.
Microsoft ads invade Windows 10's File Explorer...
Microsoft keeps trying to prove that Windows 10 may be the best thing that ever happened to desktop Linux. The company is yet again adding ads to Windows 10, but this time its in possibly the most egregious spot yet: File Explorer. Users have been complai
on 2017-03-09 16:30 UTC
Look out, Windows: Android is catching up... CNET | 2017-03-07 15:42 UTC
They will lose their desktop market share if they continue on the path of the convoluted UI. Microsoft would be wise to look back at the KISS principle and review the usability and user friendly gui features of Windows XP/98 and 2000.
Android is about to eclipse Windows as the world's most-used
on 2017-03-07 16:29 UTC
Why 4chan trolls failed to corrupt the Mitsuku bot...
You may remember back in March this year when Microsoft unleashed Tay, an artificially intelligent chatbot, onto Twitter. Tay learnedby interacting with users, and in less than a day the AI had been corrupted by a group of hackers from the /pol/ board on
on 2016-12-08 00:58 UTC