Andrew and Paul discuss the end of support for Windows 7, how Windows has changed since 2009, PC market share, and much more.
Those who stick with Windows 7 may not face any immediate security issues. But you need to worry about the long-term.
Today, Microsoft is making the first non-beta version of the new Edge browser available on Windows and Mac.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Edge has arrived, Edge has left, and a phone called interrupted.
And yes, Samsung’s next line of flagship handsets will be branded as the Galaxy S20, and not as the Galaxy S11. Because 2020.
Microsoft today updated an early December build of Windows 10 and released it to the Slow Ring.
Microsoft delivered the final set of updates to Windows 7 users today and will begin displaying a full-screen warning.
OK, it was modest, but PC sales still grew in 2019. Here’s a look at what happened and at how things will change in the future.
Epic credits the success in part on its strategy of giving away games each week, and it says that it will continue to do so in 2020.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we say goodbye to Windows 7, take a look at PC growth, and roll out to some audio too.
PC makers sold 264 million units in 2019, according to data collected by Gartner and IDC, a gain of 1.9 percent year-over-year.
Sony has stated that they will not be attending E3 next year and Microsoft also confirmed that its upcoming games will not be exclusive to the series X.
Microsoft confirmed today that it will support Edge on Windows 7 for the same 18 month+ timeframe as will Google with Chrome.
The allegations in Sonos v. Google are troubling but I’ve also been having problems with my all-Google whole-house audio solution.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad has made a mistake, we do get to tech, and our wives may not agree.
A Microsoft Launcher Preview is now available in the Google Play Store, offering users an early peek at future changes.
Today, we implement the Replace, Replace All, and Go To commands, improve the fit and finish, and change the application name.
With Windows 7’s support end-of-life just days away, I find myself thinking about Windows 10, not Windows 7.
Privacy International is asking Google to stop bundling apps in Android that cannot be uninstalled, creating privacy and security issues.
In this quick sidetrack, I make a few changes in anticipation of the final branding of our Notepad clone. NotepadWF isn’t going to cut it.
Happy Friday! Here’s a nicely diverse range of reader questions to round out this past week.
On this live edition of First Ring Daily, Skype finds itself on the wrong side of privacy, the store takes a step back, and it's the last Friday of Windows 7 support.
A report in The Guardian claims that Skype and Cortana audio was accessed by workers in China with “no security measures.”
Microsoft is deprecating its Windows Store for Business and Windows Store for Education, another major step back from its original app store strategy.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Microsoft is adding new features to Teams, saying goodbye to Windows 7. and a few more tidbits about Xbox Series X.
According to Neilsen, music streaming services grew 30 percent in the U.S. last year and hit one trillion streams for the first time.
Mozilla's release of Firefox 72 this week was somewhat dampened by the fact that it includes a patch for a 0-day vulnerability in the browser.