"IT giant Microsoft is under fire in China as the company pushes users to upgrade their operating systems to Windows 10", said China Daily, an English-language newspaper in the People's Republic of China (PRC), in a story reprinted from Xinhua, the government's official news agency.
If you have Groove Music Pass ($9.99/month), you can ask Cortana to play your favorite artist, genres, playlist, or a particular song. You can now say "Hey Cortana, set a timer for 10 minutes" and the assistant will oblige, whether your PC is unlocked or not.
Moving on to the miscellaneous changes, the new build provides an improved Windows Game Bar that adds six games to its roster of supported titles running in full-screen mode: League of Legends, World of Warcraft, DOTA 2, Battlefield 4, Counterstrike: Global Offensive, and Diablo III.
On the phone, but better on a desktop Windows 10 device, you can create your own quests.
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Microsoft really, REALLY wants you to upgrade to Windows 10. So, customers can now opt to choose a 3 party security solution, but also feel comfortable that if their choice fails, Microsoft is there to ensure they are safe anyway.
Based on Insider feedback, we have updated the File Explorer icon with more color.
So, Windows 10 Anniversary update will prepare the software for the cross-platform compatibility and "for supporting background downloads of torrents on Windows 10 Mobile", according to MS Power User. In any case, it's good to see the company releasing a new app with the required features for a seamless user experience. Restarting your PC should fix the issue and get the features working. It's a quick way to save a game clip or screenshot and then boast about kicking butt in a popular game by sharing it using the Xbox app. The kicker is that if Windows doesn't recognize your app as a game, you won't be able to share it on Xbox Live. The new build is available to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring program. How's the performance of it?
The complaints come on the back of the severe criticism of IT experts, who said last week that Microsoft was playing a "dirty trick" on users by not respecting their right to install whatever they wished on their computers.