HP has posted a new official video featuring HP Elite X3 and virtualized Win32 Desktop applications. We have already told you that using Continuum HP Elite X3 and other Redstone running devices may be able to run virtualized Win32 apps.
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An article by ITPro that was published inadvertently before time to be pulled later has been alive in Google Cache since then and it has revealed all that you want to know about HP Elite X3, the upcoming flagship windows 10 Mobile device from HP that wants to be your
Some not so amazing news here!! It now seems Windows 10 Mobile will be out only later this year after Windows 10 Desktop becomes available in Summer. The hint is that even the new devices running Windows 10 Mobile will land only later this year. Surprisingly the upgrade for older
This sounds most interesting!! Microsoft has announced Continuum for phones that is actually like switching your phone to the PC mode. Your Phone appears as the start screen on the desktop and what you do on your phone can be experienced in full-screen Desktop mode on a connected display. All
More on Windows 10 "Faster builds" promise of Microsoft!! It seems while Microsoft has kept a separate super-fast ring aka Ludicrous speed ring under consideration, it will increase incoming build frequency of existing "Fast ring" for now. Gabriel Aul has revealed in a series of tweets that he will soon
Windows 10 has many universal apps like Music, Video, Photos People Hub and Maps and these will be present on all Windows 10 SKUs including Windows 10 for Phones. Add the Windows 10 Desktop alarms app to this list. It is an universal app too and will come to Windows
Cat is out of the bag and it has skipped one generation (Windows 9) altogether to be known as Windows 10. The above picture says it all. From Phones, to Internet of things to Tablets to Desktops to TVs, all will run "One Windows". In words of Microsoft,
Windows 10 will
Nokia has brought leap motion technology to its 3D Here Maps. Now you can use (in case available with you) a connected leap motion sensor to your PC and explore the Here Maps by using simple gestures. Have a look at the demo video below for more and click here for