This week on Pureinfotech: Windows 8 to stop support for DVD playback and focusing toward online and downloadable media. The company is also rebranding ‘Windows Live’ products and services, and ‘Microsoft account’ will replace the Windows Live ID becoming your new master-key with any Microsoft product.
Google this week released to mainstream Gmail translation, which is a feature that will automatically translate all emails that are not in your native language. Plus learn an easy way to save Gmail attachments directly to your Google Drive, and finally if you didn’t have a chance to play with Google Drive don’t miss this week review with all you need to know.
Here is all of what you might have missed:
- Microsoft addressed concerns on Windows 8 dropping DVD playback support
- Windows 8 will not play DVD discs anymore, unless you pay for the Media Center pack
- Desktop fun: Southwest Sandstone theme for Windows 7
- Microsoft ditching the ‘Windows Live’ brand and the ‘Microsoft account’ will consolidating its cloud services
- Bing has a new uncluttered search result page
- Gmail translate emails in your language, but do you need it?
- This script will save Gmail attachments directly to Google Drive
- Google Drive review: First impression, features, the good and the bad