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Windows 10 build 10036 has leaked to the internet

I’ve been playing with Windows 10 build 10036 for several hours now and can confidently say that I love it. Since this is a pre-release leak, it’s a little buggy but I really like the trajectory where Microsoft is taking

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3 experimental Gmail features you need right now

Oh Gmail!  How can anyone seriously feel any antipathy against this super capable web application?  Sure it’s owned by Google but so what?  If you’re one of those people who avoids Gmail because of privacy issues then let me tell

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How to enable experimental features in Internet Explorer

Earlier this week, I mentioned that Microsoft is purportedly shipping two distinct browsers with the final version of Windows 10.  One of those browsers is just a newer iteration of Internet Explorer; however, the other is an entirely new concoction that isn’t vulnerable to

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How to get the latest preview builds in Windows 10

The technical preview of Microsoft’s latest creation has been out for almost a week now and a bunch of eager geeks have been playing with Windows 10 in Virtualbox.  But the biggest question now is: how can we get the latest preview builds

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3 Facts about Windows 9; oops, I mean Windows 10

This morning in San Francisco, Microsoft hosted an exclusive invitation-only event to 50 lucky journalists who would be the first to see its new inchoate operating system. Terry Myerson, EVP of Operating Systems, started the show with gusto.  He stepped out

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