Windows 10 technical preview build 9926 has been released last January and it’s the first release of the technical preview in 2015. Windows 10 is looking promising and you can read the what’s new in Windows 10. This post will cover the new notification center in Windows 10 technical preview 9926 in depth, it’ll inform you with the ins and outs of it and how to make the most out of it.
The new build (9860) for Windows 10 technical preview is here it was released a couple of weeks ago and it comes with a new set of feature.
Windows Defender that comes preloaded on your Windows 10 technical preview is a full fledged antivirus that you can rely on as a stand alone solution for any type of virus/attack, it’s worth clearing the conflict between Microsoft Security Essentials which was a quirky security solution and the new Windows Defender that is shipped with Windows 10 technical preview.
This post will present three quick tips about Windows 10 technical preview, these are handy tips that would really increase and enhance the experience of you as a user, but before we start you’ve to be using the latest build of Windows 10 technical preview which is build 9860 at the time of writing this post.
This post will present the charms bar in Windows 10 technical preview, how to get to it and what can you do with it. To get to the charms bar in Windows 10 technical preview you have to press the “window+I” buttons. and the new charms bar will appear. Read more to see screen shots of the Windows 10 Charms Bar.
Generally, there are two ways of resetting your Galaxy S5. One is called soft reset, while the other is called hard reset. Soft reset is commonly termed as reset. For discussion purposes, and to provide any confusion, we will use the term soft reset throughout this article.
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.
This post is a step by step guide on how to run Whatsapp on your desktop, that’s essential for those who have old feature phones or even using a smartphone which is very old and can’t support Whatsapp. There are many ways by which you can run Whatsapp on a desktop computer. Using Bluestacks is one of the most common ways, but in this post we won’t be using Bluestacks which is useful for those who don’t want to install a software to run another software.