How to Control App Notifications in Windows 10 Technical Preview

How to Control App Notifications in Windows 10 Technical Preview

One of the new features in Windows 10 technical preview is the new and enhanced notification centre where you’re supposed to receive notifications about important updates like; incoming phone calls on your Windows Phone, incoming Skype Calls, new updates, Virus alerts, Calender notifications, incoming emails, etc. That is great but it might be over whelming and annoying in some cases as the notification center is setup to give you notifications about nearly everything even new songs playing in your play-list, which is totally useless.

Choosing the Default Apps in Windows 10

Choosing the Default Apps in Windows 10

This post will present how to choose the default apps in Windows 10 technical Preview, if you’re wondering what is the default app is; it’s the software/application that opens something on you computer by default, for example if you want to open a PDF file you might find Windows opening it using its own PDF reader (yes, windows 10 has its own PDF reader) instead of Adobe PDF reader and that’s true for audio and video. That was very annoying and changing it in previous releases of Windows was cumbersome, Windows 10 makes changing that a breeze and that’s what this article is all about

The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3

The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3

This fall has been a good one for Apple. After releasing the heralded iMac with 5K display, Apple then released their operating system, OS X Yosemite, along with new iPads. Sounds like a productive quarter, and a catalyst for great gain during the winter final quarter. However, while a majority of things are going well for the tech-giant, everything that shines certainly isn’t gold. This is the case with one of Apple’s unveiled iPads.

Apples Newest Addition to the IMac Family

Apples Newest Addition to the IMac Family

Just last week, Apple held yet another conference at its headquarters in Cupertino, making this this the fourth major conference held by Apple. Insiders and journalists alike expected new iPads and Macs, and surely enough, Apple delivered in precisely those areas. While the iPads were surely the more popular release, making major headlines, I will be covering that in a separate article. In this article, however, I will go over the improvements and overall changes to the iMac family.

The Insanely Powerful, Yet Remarkably Underrated Android 5.0

The Insanely Powerful, Yet Remarkably Underrated Android 5.0

Since you probably have not heard amidst talks of new iMacs, iPhones, iPads, or other Apple products, Android released their fifth major instalment of their mobile operating system just weeks ago. The newest edition, nicknamed “Lollipop” is the same thing as Android 5.0. I will use the two terms interchangeably throughout this article. What has been most remarkable about the release is how nobody seems to have noticed.