Near Share is Microsoft’s Version of AirDrop

Apple’s AirDrop feature always sounded good. However, since I only had one Apple device the feature was useless to me. However, Microsoft seems to be testing its own version of the feature. “Near Share” is the latest feature for Windows 10 that will be released on Wednesday. It is designed to make sharing a document…

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Windows 10 Last Official Free Upgrade Ending Soon

For the longest time, users have always had the ability to upgrade to Windows 10. In July 2016, Microsoft ended the mass free upgrade to Windows 10 with the anniversary release. However, there was always a backup version of the upgrade. If you used assistive technology to operate your Windows machine, you were still eligible…

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Microsoft Is Getting Rid of Groove Music

Microsoft has been a rebranding machine prior to their release of Windows 10. In a crowded market, Microsoft announced Xbox Music in 2012, only to change it again less than three years later to Groove Music. In a little over two years, Microsoft is getting rid of Groove Music. Like many companies, Microsoft innovated computer…

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Windows Store Is Now The Microsoft Store

Microsoft seems to be rebranding itself piece by piece. The release preview of Windows 10 testers noticed a small update to the Windows Store. The icon and branding has changed. The Windows Store is now the Microsoft Store. It is not official but it seems that users will see it roll out in the next…

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Microsoft’s Windows Store Has A Piracy Problem

Make whatever comments you want about Apple, but they know how to keep an eco-system. It is very hard to get any malware-based apps or illegal pirated content through the Apple quality control. Unfortunately for the other half of the market share, that is a problem that has been with Google Play for years. However,…

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