We all knew, regardless of how good it could be, has to end finally someday. Less than a year from now, Microsoft is going to throw off its obsolete software, Windows 7.Though its the most loved software of public, company decides to end it however and push everyone to its latest product Windows 10.Microsoft Reminds Users about Windows 7’s Shutting Down According to NetMarketShare’s data report, currently, there are only 37% of people using the latest Windows 10, while Win 7 users contribute more than 40% of the pie.Windows XP has already deteriorated, yet some users still have it. Lagging and stumbling, they use it, however. Some are into Win 8 or 8.1, but they feel upgrading to Win 10 eventually. Right after Win 7, Win 8 too has the deadline coming up (dated for 2023, January 23). And maybe that’s the reason Microsoft strongly recommends users to leap into Win 10 directly.While Win 10 would be alive up to 2025, Microsoft will launch another software within this time … [Read more...] about Microsoft Reminds Users about Windows 7’s Shutting Down
Until a few years ago, Microsoft was considered one of the greatest enemies of the open source world. However, the recent steps taken by the company shows that things have changed — up to an extent where it might even be ready to open the gates of Windows Core OS to the open-source ecosystem.According to the LinkedIn profile of one of Microsoft’s security program manager,s open-source components could become more prominent in the Windows Core OS. This is what the job description of his role at Microsoft reads: Microsoft OSG Information Security Team, Windows Core — Confidential Program requiring Machine Learning/Data Science knowledge and Program Management skillset to ensure the Security of Windows Core OS from malicious actors and code. Improved the security posture of Windows Open Source Components through initiatives that investigate vulnerabilities found and establish a process for remediation. Improved the … [Read more...] about Windows Core OS To Include Open Source Components
In 1996, the city proposed a 159-acre “Sportstown” that would have included hotels, shops and offices as well as orchards, a produce market, youth sports fields and a Western village with a rodeo arena. There was a plan to connect Angel Stadium to what is now Honda Center. The Walt Disney Co. bought the Angels that year, and the city asked Disney to develop the project. Disney passed, and an outside developer failed to generate interest among potential tenants. … [Read more...] about ‘L.A. Live on steroids:’ Inside Anaheim’s pitch to keep the Angels
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed during a media event earlier this week that Microsoft will soon launch a Microsoft 365 subscription service for consumers, following reports that suggested such a move was in the making. Microsoft 365 isn’t exactly new, as it has been available to business users since 2017. However, the new product targets commercial consumers who presumably already have access to a computer of some sort. Don't Miss: New iPad Pros start at just $611 in this special Amazon sale Office 365 works across all platforms right now, as long as you have a valid license. And Office 365 users likely own Windows 10 or macOS computers; therefore they already own an operating system. In other words, it’s unclear at this time what a Microsoft 365 bundle will have to offer consumers, and Nadella did not elaborate. “I think about Microsoft 365 as a two-sided market,” Nadella said, according to The Verge. “What we are doing with Office 365 or what we … [Read more...] about Microsoft 365 might replace Office 365 soon, but what is it exactly?