At the IFA 2015, Intel has launched its latest range of processors codenamed “Skylake”, which is targeted for pretty much everything, whether it be smartphones, computers the size of a USB stick or high end gaming rigs. This “sixth generation” core family boasts a number of superlatives: they’re fast and efficient, have improved performance, boost battery life and graphics power thanks to a new microarchitecture. It’s even been optimised to handle 4k videos better.
What I find interesting about Skylake is that it was designed together with Windows 10 according to Intel’s Kirk Skaugen. This may prompt many users to upgrade their computers so as to feature both the new processor [...]
Software pirates might want to hold off on their Windows 10 upgrades thanks to a newly updated Microsoft Services End User License Agreement. The company has added language to its terms that give it the ability to monitor and disable illegal software, games, and even hardware.
The updated agreement reads as follows:
7b. Sometimes you’ll need software updates to keep using the Services. We may automatically check your version of the software and download software updates or configuration changes, including those that prevent you from accessing the Services, playing counterfeit games, or using unauthorized hardware peripheral devices. You may also be required to update [...]
Sick of waiting around whilst Windows 10 rolls out across the world? Lets get our hands on it right now, we have your back!
Microsoft’s Window 10 update is going to be extremely popular on an epic scale, with experts warning it could “break the internet”.
But many people are not currently able to download the update, because it is being rolled out “in waves” across the world.
Testers were given access to the download on Tuesday, but the rest of us will have to wait until Microsoft decides it’s our time to peer into the new Windows.
The Windows 10 install app will tell you when its time to download [...]