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How to Enable Windows 10’s Hidden Dark Theme

How to Enable Windows 10’s Hidden Dark Theme

Every-Reviews.com Aug 01,2015 0 Comments

Windows 10’s new default theme is very bright, with lots of white — from window backgrounds to white title bars. Microsoft built a dark, black theme into Windows 10, but it’s hidden. Microsoft has said it will continue working on Windows 10, so it’s possible this feature will be ...

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Microsoft releases Build 2015 apps for Windows Phone, Android, and iOS

It is that time of year again folks! Build 2015 is almost upon us and to help get the party started, Microsoft has released its build app for Windows Phone, iOS, and Android. For anybody that is attending, the app is essential and provides the ability to find information on sessions, speakers, ...

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How To Install Windows 10 IoT On Your Raspberry Pi 2

How To Install Windows 10 IoT On Your Raspberry Pi 2

Every-Reviews.com May 01,2015 0 Comments

Thanks to the release of Windows 10 for multiple single-board computers, tinkerers are now waking up to the possibility of running Windows as a usable and surprisingly polished alternative open source operating systems like Raspbian. But how do you run Windows on a RaspPi? And why? First, I ...

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Dell Venue 8 7000

Dell Venue 8 7000

Every-Reviews.com Feb 13,2015 0 Comments

Dell Venue 8 7000. Beau HD reviews the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series, the world’s thinnest tablet. In terms of specs, the Dell Venue 8 7840 features an 8.4-inch OLED display with a 1600 x 2560 pixel resolution, Intel Atom quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM, 8-megpaixel rear-facing camera, and ...

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Windows 8.x goes into reverse gear — loses market share as both Windows 7 and XP show growth

I’ll be honest, although Windows 8.x losing market share is a shocking state of affairs — and a new low for an operating system which has struggled since launch — it’s something that’s been coming for a while. Windows 8 has been dropping share since Windows 8.1 ...

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Windows Phone 8.1 Update to bring native folder support, says Microsoft website

When Nokia began rolling out its Lumia Black update last year, it included support for a new App Folder feature that allowed users to group apps and settings into a single tile on their Start screen. Now a Microsoft support page has shown that native support for that feature is coming to ...

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Microsoft “to retire older Skype versions” for Windows desktop and Mac

Back in April, Neowin was first to report on a new desktop interface for Skype on Windows, after one of our readers got an unexpected look at an updated design with hints of Microsoft’s Modern design language. Last month, the company confirmed that it is working on a “refreshed ...

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64-bit beta Chrome Web browser arrives for Windows

64-bit beta Chrome Web browser arrives for Windows

Every-Reviews.com Jun 05,2014 0 Comments

Google promises that it will give users a faster and more secure browsing experience. That may happen one day, but it’s not there yet when it comes to speed. The program is currently only available in the Canary (read alpha) and dev (read beta) channels. You must deliberately choose to ...

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Leak: Windows 9 Coming Next Year?

Leak: Windows 9 Coming Next Year?

Every-Reviews.com May 29,2014 0 Comments

The image below is allegedly from a leaked document from ‘FaiKee’ a Chinese source via Myce, and it details Microsoft’s non-public roadmap concerning the Windows 9 desktop and server operating system, a matching update for Windows Phone, and a few new Microsoft Office ...

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Microsoft adds nag screens as Windows XP End of Life looms

Microsoft adds nag screens as Windows XP End of Life looms

Every-Reviews.com Mar 04,2014 0 Comments

Microsoft adds nag screens as Windows XP End of Life looms. PC USERS running Windows XP will soon be greeted with nag screens, as Microsoft continues its campaign to get people to switch. From 8 March, exactly one month before the 12-year old Windows XP PC operating system reaches End of Life, ...

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