This week on tech, Microsoft apologize to users affected by the new changes on OneDrive and for a limited time the software giant is allowing users to opt-in to keep their 15GB of free storage and the 15GB of Camera Roll bonus storage.
Microsoft Band 2 gets updated with brand new music controls, new activity reminders for those times of inactivity with the ability to control intervals and the days you want to be reminded, and there is a new Exercise Tile to help users to track duration, calorie burn, and heart rate for exercise you want to display in the new tile.
New rumor suggests that the next major update of Windows 10, which we know as “Redstone”, will include an updated version of Cortana that floats around the user interface. Similar to the old Clipply character. It’s also said that Microsoft is planning to integrate Office 365 services into Cortana transforming Windows 10 into a project for business and everyday users.
Continuing with the same rumor, on Windows 10 Mobile, it appears that the software giant is working on an “on-tap” functionality that will enable Cortana to surface information and the ability to perform quick search queries.
Windows 10 “Redstone” also will improve Action Center. According to rumors the software maker is planning to allow apps to integrate with widget-like functionality.
Automattic, the company behind WordPress, has released a new WordPress app for Windows with the same functionality found in the WordPress.com Dashboard.
Early this week, Windows 10 version 1511 received a new cumulative update that brings the operating system to build 10586.29, and according to Microsoft the update resolves a number of security issues in Windows 10, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer.
Microsoft finally unifies the desktop and mobile version of the app Store, and now users can find all apps in your computer or phone.
This week the new Lumia 550 became available in Europe for $139, and while the company didn’t specify when the it will arrive in the United States, it did say that more countries are to follow in the coming weeks.
Finally, this week I added a new guide to help you determine the exact version of Windows 10 you are running, now that Microsoft is no longer releasing major upgrades every three years and every incremental update that becomes available now changes the version number.