Microsoft has officially acknowledged that the Skype for Windows 10 launch has been delayed, again.
We have been waiting for a long time for the app, but it looks like our patience will have to stretch for a while longer.
At the end of May this year, Microsoft had indirectly confirmed that it was delaying the launch of the app, because it was improving it before shipping it to the masses. Whereas the truth was, the Skype team along with all of Microsoft’s teams were working on ironing the bugs in Windows 10 to ensure it met its July 29th launch date.
A few weeks later, Microsoft announced that it was retiring the Skype Modern app (aka the Metro [...]
Microsoft has released KB3074667 and KB3079904 Windows Updates to fix critical security issues in all versions of Windows from Windows Vista to Windows 10.
In my previous write ups from last week, I have mentioned how Adobe Flash Player was affected by severe vulnerabilities which resulted in a security firm being hacked, and several hundred Gigabytes of data being stolen from the firm.
This resulted in the Flash plugin being blocked by Mozilla Firefox browser, by default. Adobe drew a lot of flak for the security holes, which were not found by the company before the attacks happened. Facebook’s Head of Security, called for Adobe to end support Flash. This [...]
Microsoft is reportedly done with its Windows Media Center software.
The news comes from the Microsoft BUILD Developer’s conference, where a Microsoft executive revealed to ZDNet, that the Redmond company will not update Media Center for the upcoming version of its OS. Windows 10
Media Center was originally introduced in 2002 in the Windows XP Media Center Edition,and was also included in Vista Home Premium, and Ultimate Editions, and later found its way in Windows 7. Windows 8 wasn’t so lucky, as WMC wasn’t originally included in the OS. When Windows 8 was launched , Microsoft had revealed that Media Center wasn’t a part of “the [...]