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Windows 10

Microsoft Doles out Windows 10 Creators Update to All

The wait is finally over. All users can now download and install Windows 10 Creators Update, provided there isn't an Intel Atom Clover Trail processor under the hood.
Power BI Reports

Microsoft PowerApps Gains Power BI Tile for In-App Insights

Users can now add Power BI visualizations to the web and mobile business applications they create in Microsoft PowerApps.

Salesforce Service Cloud Update Provides New Tools for Service Agents

The latest update to Salesforce Service Cloud is designed to help service agents offer better, mobile customer service and is more customizable.
Azure Containers

Microsoft Introduces Rapid Cloud Container Deployment Service

The company's new Azure Container Instances service allows customers to quickly deploy containers with a minimum of infrastructure management.

Harvard Researchers Find Prezi App More Effective Than PowerPoint

Despite the prevalence of PowerPoint in professional and educational presentations, surprisingly little is known about how effective such presentations are.

Adobe Phasing Out Flash Player, Will End Support in 2020

Adobe said it made this decision--which has been expected for a few years--in collaboration with several of its technology partners, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla.

Microsoft Paint Lives On, Moving to Windows Store

Microsoft Paint will have a new home in the Windows Store as a free download. Meanwhile, Adobe's Flash Player faces a bleaker fate.
Daily Tech Briefing July 25

Lenovo Claims It's Still Bullish on PCs as It Maps Out an AI Future VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Lenovo looks beyond PCs into an AI future; Google Glass Enterprise is going to work in factories and hospitals; exploit kits are disappearing as cloud and mobile security challenges grow; and there's more.

Why GE Digital Believes All Machines Should Have a 'Digital Twin'

GE Digital CEO and Chief Digital Officer Bill Ruh sits down for an eWEEK Q&A to explain the development of Predix and how the company is using it in the industrial internet of things.
Windows 10

Why Paint, PowerShell 2.0 Are On Their Way Out of Windows 10 Update

NEWS ANALYSIS: Some well-known features and applications in Windows are on their way out as Microsoft cleans out obsolete code and features to make way for new ones
Deprecated Windows 10 Apps

Microsoft Retiring Paint, PowerShell 2.0 in Windows 10 Fall Update

Microsoft's prepares to say good-by to its long-lived Paint program, PowerShell 2.0 and other legacy operating system components.
Windows 7, XP Persis

Windows 10 Makes Business Gains Two Years After Release

While it's still growing in Windows 7's shadow, Windows 10 is gaining greater acceptance among enterprises.

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