Windows 10 is looking better and better with every update. With the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview update, Microsoft introduced the highly-anticipated “Project Spartan” internet browser. Project Spartan comes with a more modern and user-friendly interface than Internet Explorer. It’s also streamlined and, to be honest, surprisingly sexy. Yes, browsers can be sexy. More Project Spa
Microsoft OneDrive has received millions of new sign-ups over the last three months. Thanks to promotional deals like free 1TB of OneDrive with Office 365, and even unlimited OneDrive storage, membership has grown by leaps and bounds. Oh, and even free users get 15GB of space in exchange for just an email address. Unlike other cloud storage services, you can also store files as large as 10GB.
Windows 10 is just around the corner and Microsoft wants to listen to user feedback this time. No, seriously! That’s why people are eager to submit their most-wanted Windows 10 features. We’ve combed the internet and found the top 10 most-requested features that the average Windows user wants to see in Windows 10: 1) Drag and drop apps between virtual desktops Virtual desktops are one of
At SpeedUpMyPCFree.com, we’re some of the biggest, nerdiest Windows fans you’ll ever meet. That’s why we’re so excited for Windows 10. Windows 10 is so good that Microsoft skipped an entire generation to make it happen. But after the bizarre debacle that was Windows 8, we’re not 100% sure that Microsoft understands is users. That’s why we decided to make it easy for Microsoft: he
Microsoft’s E3 presentation was 90 minutes of pure gaming. Finally, Microsoft listened to its fans. Instead of droning on about Xbox One apps, “living room entertainment devices”, and other promotional babble, Microsoft put games front and center. Just a few months after revealing a cheaper $399 Xbox One without Kinect, Microsoft devoted its entire 90 minute presentation to gaming cove
Steve Ballmer has officially stepped down as CEO of Microsoft and long-time employee Satya Nadella has taken his place. Who is Satya Nadella? And what will he do with Microsoft? Today, we’re going to tell you some of the crazy facts you need to know about Nadella and his vision for Microsoft: Who is Satya Nadella? First, let’s explain who Nadella is. He’s worked with Microsoft for a lon
Microsoft fans are eagerly awaiting the next great Microsoft CEO. However, according to recent reports, that CEO announcement is not going to happen anytime soon. Microsoft will reportedly wait until 2014 before announcing Steve Ballmer’s successor. Specifically, the new CEO is expected to be announced in early 2014. Microsoft exec John Thompson – who is in charge of finding Ballmer’s suc
The Xbox One and PS4 are only a few weeks away. Set to be released just a week apart, Sony and Microsoft continue to battle over undecided gamers’ hearts. Over the past few months, Sony has continued to exceed where Microsoft has faltered. There was the whole DRM/online connection debacle at E3 2013, and then Microsoft caused more controversy when it said that the Xbox One controllers would n
Back in the day, Hotmail was the best email service around. You got lots of free space (like 5MB!) and better yet, you got to chat with all your cool friends on MSN. Well, Hotmail’s heyday is long gone. In fact, Hotmail doesn’t even exist anymore. Microsoft converted it into Outlook.com earlier this year. Now, Microsoft wants to get rid of even more of its past: your unused email accounts.
Are you worried that your computer is spying on you? Well then you won’t like this article. The tech industry’s giants, including Apple and Microsoft, were more than happy to help the NSA install backdoors on its software and hardware devices. While most people know about Apple’s track record of spying on its users, Microsoft fans were a little more surprised to learn that their favorite