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Eye Control is Coming to Windows 10

Eye Control is Coming to Windows 10

A beta for Eye Control is being rolled out to Windows Insiders for testing as new Windows 10 function that allows users to replace mouse and keyboard with eye movements.  Windows Insiders will get the first look at Eye Control, a productivity program that lets users dictate traditional keyboard and mouse movements and actions through new eye tracking technology. Eye Control is currently being released as a beta and will be integrated into Windows 10 as part of a future update. The primary goal of the program is to give users with disabilities that affect their use of computers the ability to...

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Microsoft 365: If Office 365 & Windows 10 Had a Baby

Microsoft 365: If Office 365 & Windows 10 Had a Baby

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announces Microsoft 365, a new software subscription service that combines Office 365 and Windows 10 into one package. As the workplace landscape changes, so do the needs of businesses looking to succeed in their respective industries. Microsoft has introduced many effective tools for businesses to utilize in scaling their operations, and it was only natural for software tools like Office 365 and Windows 10 would evolve together to form something new and more robust. Enter Microsoft 365, a set of new software suites designed to meet the growing demands of growing businesses from the small startup...

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Windows 10 Creators Update Will Stop Ransomware

Windows 10 Creators Update Will Stop Ransomware

Microsoft announces that protection from ransomware like the recent “WannaCrypt” attacks will be part of the long-awaited Windows 10 Creators Update. In a recent article from Microsoft, the subject of combating ransomware like the recent attacks around the world takes center stage as a premier addition to the Windows 10 Creators Update. Microsoft seems to be doubling down on its own antivirus software as well as hardware solutions to deal with the debilitating attacks like WannaCrypt. The Windows strategy of dealing with these attacks include: Utilizing hardware-based security (built into Windows 10) and use mitigations to increase risk to attackers...

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Microsoft Build 2017 Conference - Day 2 Recap

Microsoft Build 2017 Conference - Day 2 Recap

Day 2 of Microsoft Build 2017 departed from purely technical products for a more conceptual approach to appeal to the “creators” in the audience. Microsoft has kept artists, designers, architects, and more in mind in the creative-centric direction Microsoft is taking Windows, which in turn has birthed the next Creators Update coming this fall for Windows 10. The Microsoft Build 2017 presentation decisively focused on the people themselves who can utilize the powerful tools of Windows 10 in tandem with Microsoft’s line of Surface products to effectively marry art and technology together cohesively. The three main pillars of the Microsoft...

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Microsoft Products Losing Support in 2017: Time to Upgrade?

Microsoft Products Losing Support in 2017: Time to Upgrade?

Many Microsoft Windows and Office products will be losing support in 2017, so is it time for you to upgrade to the newest software? Microsoft supports its products for long periods of time, but eventually, they finally do end all support for their older product lines. This lack of support can prove troublesome for people who are slow to adopt newer software products as their older software can quickly pass out of relevance once all support ceases. In 2017, Microsoft will be ending support (or already has ended) for many of its Windows and Office products. Depending on what you...

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