The second big update for Windows 10 is here and it’s all about the pen, ink and interacting with your screen. Read more
At this weeks Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, Microsoft announced new subscription options for both Windows 10 and the Surface products. This is a very interesting development and offers a new way to access devices and Windows 10 itself. Read more
Fancy seeing how Apollo 11 got to the moon and back? Now you can and is full of hilarious surprises! Read more
Microsoft’s Cyber Trust Team have recently published a blog relating to Cloud Security and what Microsoft are doing to secure the data of the customers. Read more
Today Microsoft Australia announced that it’s expanding it’s Surface reseller network within Australia. I’m proud to announce that SIAX Computing Solutions are one of the initial batch of resellers included as part of this announcement. This is something we have been campaigning for, for a long period of time – both directly to Microsoft and to various Australian distributors and we welcome Microsoft’s announcement and inclusion to the program with open arms.
Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical supports and security updates. Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
You may not realize, but this was probably the release Microsoft envisaged Windows 10 to be at launch. The release of Windows 10 was brought forward to late July – meaning is was still a bit rough around the edges when it launched. Thanks to Windows Central lets see what’s new and what’s change since July 29. Read more