iHeartRadio hits Windows 10 with Cortana support

31 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Microsoft Hello to RealSense: How the password is being sent to a slow death.

Today, for example, Redmond has pushed to users a new version of the Photos app, the same app that was updated last week and that is now available exclusively to Windows 10 users. We had noted earlier that the downloads won’t take place over a metered connection, although you can opt for this setting in the advanced options in WiFi. Among the most prevalent issues were inability to upgrade, inability to access the start menu, screen flickering and flashing, touchpad issues, lags, and page freezes. Companies like Lenovo and Toshiba have been very successful in incorporating fingerprint scanners on their computing devices and of late the same technology has started becoming popular in smartphones too.

Additionally Windows 10 Education, Pro and Enterprise editions have a group policy editor option which will allow only ‘Priority’ updates to get downloaded. It’s unclear why it has opted to begin collecting telemetry and diagnostics data from Windows 7 and 8 systems; although they are still supported they only receive security upgrades and bug fixes and it is unknown why Microsoft wants to monitor them in the same way as it does Windows 10. The new addition went largely unnoticed, because as you may remember, the company has stopped detailing the new changes in most of its Windows updates. It has also been reported that users can now control whether apps in the Windows 10 Store will update automatically, an option which was not available earlier. RealSense cameras are able to scan the faces and use the unique characteristics of the same to login in the device’s owner without the need for a password.

With Windows 10, Microsoft has envisioned the OS as a services platform and regular updates is a good thing, given that it will give users the latest security updates. In fact, the first RealSense camera on a smartphone will be on Google’s Project Tango devices, the first prototypes of which were on show during the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

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