Windows 10 has its ups and downs, thanks to all the changes Microsoft introduced in the operating system.
The Redmond company deservedly drew in a lot of criticism for changing every default app, which handles a corresponding file format.
For example, Microsoft Edge is the new default browser instead of your previous choice, be it Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or any other browser.
While some of the default apps are better than the older ones in prior versions of Windows, one not so good one, is the new Photos App. This is the default image viewer in Windows 10. And yes, it is a Windows Store App, which means it gets the updates from [...]
Apple recently released a new version of its operating system for Mac machines, called the Mac OS X 10.11.4 Beta.
The update was seeded to developers earlier this week, but there was one small problem.
The Cupertino company, did not provide a change-log for the update, much alike to its arch-rival in Redmond, aka Microsoft.The update did add some new features silently, and one of which has been spotted by users.
Support for Live Photos for Messages:
The Messages app in OS X El Capitan’s latest beta version, has gained support for Live Photos. If you aren’t aware of what it is, here is a brief recap.
Back in September 2015, Apple [...]
Remember Google Photos? The service was launched just a few months ago.
And you will not believe how many users it has.
Google has officially announced that Photos has a whopping 100 Million users, who actively use the service every month. That actually is very surprising, since Google is very secretive, and never reveals the exact number of how many users one of its services has.
Ironically Google Photos, is a spin-off of Google+. The latter is the Mountain View company’s social network, which is widely regarded as a huge flop. It is also believed to be the reason why Google actually decided to make Photos into a separate service.
Not everyone [...]
Google has announced that it is rolling a minor feature update to its web version of Hangouts, as well as the Chrome app.
The Mountain View company’s instant messaging service, now lets you drag and drop images to the chat window.
Prior to today’s update, the only way to add an image to a chat, was by clicking on the “Add a Photo” button, on the bottom right corner of the conversation window. And then you had to browse for a picture on your computer, or from the photos you have uploaded to Google. Finally you have to click on send, which will upload the photo to Google’s server after which it will be sent to your [...]