Saturday, 1 November 2014

Download Windows Technical Preview 10

Download Windows Technical Preview Build 9860 
Windows 10 Technical Preview for Enterprise gives us an early look at the next version of Windows
If we love Windows and just can't wait for the final public release of Windows 10 then don't worry Windows 10 Technical Preview is here

Follow these steps to download Technical Preview:
  • Sign up for the Windows Insider Program, if you haven't already.
  • Click one of the Download links on this page to download a special file—it's called an ISO file—that you can use to install the preview.
  • When the download is complete, transfer the ISO file to installation media such as a USB flash drive or DVD.
  • Double-tap or double-click setup.exe from the installation media, and then follow the steps.


Download links for Direct Download

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Some Screen shots Of windows 10 Preview

Monday, 29 September 2014

Windows 9 Technical Preview page online.

All eyes will be on Microsoft Tuesday when the company is expected to unveil the next version of Windows complete with a revamped Start menu. But Microsoft jumped the gun and teased the next version of Windows a little early to IT pros.
Over the weekend, a landing page for "Windows TH" appeared on TechNet, Microsoft's information portal for IT pros, with the headline "Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise." On the page, Microsoft called Windows TH the "next version of the Windows client operating system."
The leak was first reported by The Verge and Neowin on Saturday. Microsoft has since removed the Windows TH page. As usual, however, you can still catch a glimpse of Microsoft's early preview by perusing Google's cache.
Why it matters: There's a lot of interest surrounding the next version of Windows, which is largely seen as a course correction following mixed reaction to Windows 8. Many traditional desktop users and large organizations balked at Windows 8 and its focus on the new touch-centric Start screen and modern UI apps, which was seen as relegating the traditional desktop to second class status. Microsoft tried to improve the experience for desktop users with Windows 8.1, but the release of Windows 9 is where Microsoft's OS is truly expected to return the desktop to its former glory.
There's little else to glean from Microsoft's Windows TH page, but it does say that the upcoming Windows refresh will offer users "a familiar experience across multiple devices."
That's a nod to the expectation that while desktop users will see the modern UI de-emphasized, it will still be there as an option. The revamped Start menu will also have touches of the modern UI thanks to the presence of live tiles that sit to the right of the more traditional Start menu options.

Sunday, 28 September 2014

Windows 9 to be a free upgrade for Windows 8 users

Multiple Windows 9 reports have suggested that Microsoft is considering releasing the upcoming platform as a free download to certain existing Windows users. Some said that Windows 8 will get Windows 9 free of charge, while others claimed the companyis also considering some sort of special offers for existing Windows XP users. A report from Indonesian online publication Detik said earlier this week 
that President ofMicrosoft Indonesia Andreas Diantoro has confirmed this particular Windows 9 feature.Multiple Windows 9 reports have suggested that Microsoft is considering releasing the upcoming platform as a free download to certain existing Windows users. Some said that Windows 8 will get Windows 9 free of charge, while others claimed the companyis also considering some sort of special offers for existing Windows XP users. A report from Indonesian online publication Detik said earlier this week that President ofMicrosoft Indonesia Andreas Diantoro has confirmed this particular Windows 9 feature.

According to Diantoro, the Windows 9 upgrade will be available free of charge to all existing Windows 8 users once it’s released. Apparently, users will be able to easily install the Windows 9 update after downloading it from Microsoft, which is how Apple’s OS X updates have been rolled out to Macs for a few years now. For what it’s worth, some of the recent Windows 9 leaks did say that Microsoft already has a tool in place that will allow users to easily perform software updates.
It’s not clear whether other Windows users who are on older versions of the OS will get any other special offers, and actual prices for Windows 9 have yet to be revealed. Microsoft is reportedly interested in moving many people from the older, and no longer supported, Windows XP and offering Windows 9 as a free download might be a great incentive for some.
Microsoft is going to soon unveil Windows 9 and release a technical preview of it. Recent leaks, including many videos, have revealed some of the major features coming to Windows 9, including the return of the Start menu, the Cortana voice-based search assistant that’s currently available only on Windows Phone, the Notification Center, support for multiple desktops, and several other UI enhancements.

Friday, 26 September 2014



Only five days till Microsoft talks about Windows 9 in detail. And soon after that the Windows 9 Preview is also on track to go live. Expectedly, rumors are swirling hot now.
There is interest in finding out which features will be part of Windows 9 Preview, and what features will not make the cut in this early test version. Well, we have some new intelligence on this, from people close to the development process.
As this is just a technical preview, we can expect a few missing features, a bunch of bugs, even some performance issues. All part and parcel of test previews. But on top of that, there is word that Microsoft plans to lock some features on purpose, due to them not being ready.
So far, features like multiple desktops and a notification center inspired by Windows Phone 8.1 are on track for inclusion in Windows 9 Preview.
On the flipside, Cortana and Internet Explorer 12 are very likely to be unavailable.
It is not surprising to see both these features missing from the preview build, as both are in the early stages of development. Microsoft obviously is working on something big for IE 12, and the full Cortana integration in the desktop operating system is obviously going to take a while.
However, as recently leaked screenshots have shown, the Start Menu will be there — in a sign that signifies the fact that Microsoft is indeed listening to users.
We’ll just have to wait a while to get our hands on Cortana and Internet Explorer 12, then.


Microsoft is sure to introduce a few new changes in File Explorer on Windows 9. However, what we’ve seen so far is nothing too exciting — probably because these are still early days when it comes to development of the operating system.
However, one designer took matters into his own hands, and created his own modern interpretation.
One of the more interesting of ideas is the blending of a dark, contrasting look. The ribbon is dark, an understated shade of black. And while it looks great, it is hard to see Microsoft going this route as opposed to the tried and tested interface that is being used since Windows 98.
He has also included what he calls instant quick view options and mouse gestures to help with navigation and make management easier and faster. Sublime.
While it is unlikely that File Explorer will get a major makeover in Windows 9, this is one of the better designed concept to come our way.

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Microsoft gets ready to introduce the next Windows OS?

More language news today, as the president of Microsoft France actually shared his thoughts on Windows 9 release. Pure, unfiltered thoughts, one can say.

Microsoft's event is set on Sept. 30, and the world is looking forward to the announcement of the upcoming Windows 9 beta version to be shown as a "technical preview." As the features and release date of the Windows 9 is highly anticipated, had gotten hold of a leaked document posted online last May that also mentions the Windows Phone 9, although the document is not exclusively about the mobile operating system.
While there have been no specific details on the said update, information about Windows 9 has been going around, which highlights the return of the Start menu along with the absence of the charms bar. Its predecessor, Windows 8, was met with mixed reviews due to efforts on combining both desktop and mobile features that may have discouraged many new users.
Other main features that have been reported include "update items" such as the improvements to Windows activation and Notification Center, Windows Defender, and OneDrive. Cortana, known as the Windows Phone 8.1 virtual personal assistant, was also mentioned as a possible addition to Windows 9.

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Windows 9 release date, price, features: Windows 9 beta set for 30 September unveiling

Microsoft has sent out invitations for an event on 30 September where it is expected to announce the Windows 9 beta as a 'technical preview'. Here's everything you need to know about the Windows 9 release date and new features including the return of the start menu and loss of the charms bar. Updated on 19/09/14.

Windows 9 release date

Microsoft has not mentioned Windows 9 by name but the image at the top of the article was posted by the firm's Chinese division on Weibo saying ""Microsoft’s latest OS Windows 9 is coming soon, 
Do you think the start menu at the left bottom will make a come back?

We expect Windows 9 to launch in PCs, laptops, tablets and phones that you can buy in April 2015 but Microsoft is likely to show it off - to some extent - on 30 September as it has now sent out invites to an event where it will outline 'what's next for Winodws and the enterprise'. Microsoft will reportedly show off a 'Windows Technical Preview' and we expect that availability for the Windows 9 beta will be announced.

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Microsoft to open $1.1 billion.

Microsoft will build a $1.1 billion data center West Des Moines, Iowa that will occupy 1.2 million square feet on 154 acres, according to a report in The Des Moines Register.

$2 billion of data centers

The project, which had been codenamed Project Alluvion, is approximately 8 miles from Microsoft's current data center in West Des Moines. The new project would bring Microsoft's total investment in West Des Moines to approximately $2 billion.

Bringings jobs to Iowa

As part of its deal with the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board, Microsoft's data center must create 84 jobs, 66 of which must have a wage of at least $24.32 an hour.
Iowa has become a hotspot for data centers. Facebook and Google both recently opened data centers in the state.

San Antonio

Microsoft has also confirmed plans to build a $250 million data center next to its existing data center in San Antonio, TX. When the San Antonio project is complete, the space will comprise more than 700,000 square feet.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Windows 9 release date

Microsoft communications chief Frank Shaw said the company wasn't ready to talk about how often Windows might come out when we spoke to him in January, but he agreed "you have certainly seen across a variety of our products a cadence that looks like that; Windows Phone is a good for example of that, our services are a good example of that".
We don't know if Windows 9 will be available as an upgrade from Windows 7 that you can buy as a standalone product or if you'll have to have Windows 8 to get the upgrade. But it may not be with us for a while yet - Windows business chief Tami Reller has talked about "multiple selling seasons" for Windows 8, meaning that we'll likely have several versions of it.
Some rumours have suggested late 2014 or early 2015 for a Windows 9 release, though the former seems wide of the mark.
In January 2014, well-known Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott said he believes the company plans to release Windows 9 (codenamed Threshold) in April 2015, less than three years after Windows 8.
The thinking appears to be that the Windows 8 name is now too tarnished and that - in contrast to Reller's comments above - Microsoft wishes to clear things out by releasing Windows 9 instead.

Windows Phone 9 concept release date, news and rumors

 we still know very little about Windows Phone 9.

Originally it was expected to be with us by the end of 2013 as it was thought that Microsoft may adopt the annual software cycle made popular by Apple in an attempt to keep its mobile OS fresh and, more importantly, relevant.
That didn't happen, but from the information that we've been able to gather so far it looks like Windows Phone 9 could be a massive overhaul, so it's not surprising that it's taken over a year.
Before 9 however it looks like we're going to get Windows Phone 8.1. Microsoft looks set to announce 8.1 at its Build conference in April 2014, while further leaks highlight that Windows Phone 8.5 may also be on the cards.

Before we get our teeth in Windows Phone 9 we need to visit the rumors surrounding versions 8.1 and 8.5. They have been confused with the ninth iteration of the platform before, and it's important to make a distinction between all three.
We have many concepts Regarding Windows phone 9.we can see in below concept pitcture

Upcoming Concept Features with Windows 9 ?

    Windows 9 is The Future Of Windows??

DeviantArt user has created a Windows 9 concept that also features a Start 

menu with a design very similar to the one shown by Microsoft at the BUILD 

2014.which includes live tiles and a search box that allows you to look 

for information locally and on the web.

The company hasn’t provided too many details about the Start menu, but it 

did mention that it’s expected to arrive in the next iteration of Windows.

Monday, 10 February 2014

The third CEO of Microsoft


    Satya Nadella


    Hyderabad, India

  • BORN



    Bellevue, WA




    Cricket, poetry

As Satya Nadella becomes the third CEO of Microsoft, he brings a relentless drive for innovation and a spirit of collaboration to his new role. He joined Microsoft 22 years ago because he saw how clearly Microsoft empowers people to do magical things and ultimately make the world a better place. Many companies, he says, “aspire to change the world. But very few have all the elements required: talent, resources and perseverance. Microsoft has proven that it has all three in abundance.”
Nadella, 46, was born in Hyderabad, India. Growing up, playing cricket was his “passion,” and he played it competitively as a member of his school’s team.
Microsoft’s new CEO finds relaxation by reading poetry, in all forms and by poets who are both Indian and American. “It’s like code,” he says. “You’re trying to take something that can be described in many, many sentences and pages of prose, but you can convert it into a couple lines of poetry and you still get the essence, so it’s that compression.” Indeed, he says, the best code is poetry.
He also enjoys watching Test cricket, “which is the longest form of any sport in the world,” with games that can go for days and days. “I love it,” he says. “There’s so many subplots in it, it’s like reading a Russian novel.”
“One of the things that perhaps excites me the most is when I come across something at work, whether it’s somebody who’s really done a great feature in software, come up with a fantastic idea in pricing or done a great customer program, or just an approach to their job that is innovative or brought teams together - and I just, wow, I marvel every day at how people can excel – and that’s what really gets me going.”

Windows Phone 8.1 leaks tip notification centre, Large Live Tiles

The proposed "Action Center" on Windows Phone 8.1 OS appears the same way on the screen as the notification windows in Android - swipe down from top of the screen. Four buttons are seen when the menu drops down - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplane and driving mode along with a battery percentage and date

The Large Live Tile functionality, leaked in a screenshot (below) is also said to be sported by Windows Phone 8.1 OS. The feature has been seen previously with the desktop version of Windows 8.1.
these features might be changed or further modified by the time Microsoft releases them officially

Xbox Reading app for Windows 8

Microsoft has already built Xbox Music and Xbox Video apps for Windows 8, but the next target is books. A recent Microsoft job listing, discovered by Chinese Microsoft blog LiveSino, notes that the software giant is looking to hire a software design engineer to build "a groundbreaking interactive reading app on Windows, which incorporates books, magazines, and comics." Potential candidates would join the same Music, Video, and Reading (MVR) team that has already shipped two built-in Xbox branded apps for Windows 8.
Microsoft’s Office team is also developing its own separate "Office Reader" app for Windows 8. Office Reader is designed to be a cross-format tool for consuming different types of content, including PDFs and textbooks. Microsoft’s Office Reader app is being developed by the Office team at the company, not the Music, Video, and Reading team. Microsoft’s Kirk Koenigsbauer demonstrated the Office Reader app during an employee-only company meeting last year. Both the "Xbox Reading" and Office Reader applications have not been announced yet, but Microsoft is expected to ship its Office Reader app later this year.
The promise of books, magazines, and comics integration suggests this upcoming Xbox-branded reading app could be the first full example of Microsoft’s Nook investment. The software-maker partnered with Barnes & Noble for a $300 million investment in late 2012, but Microsoft has not yet integrated the Nook services into its own apps in any meaningful way. Aside from a Nook Windows 8 app, the promise of accelerated "e-reading innovation across a broad range of Windows devices" has not yet come to fruition.