Posts Tagged ‘Windows 10’

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Coming Out Oct. 17

Monday, September 4th, 2017


New and updated security features will be the name of the game with Windows 10’s Fall Creators Update, according to Microsoft.

The update, scheduled for 17 October, will expand on Microsoft’s threat detection and protection services. It also heralds the return of a much-loved, but strangely yanked Windows 8.1 feature everybody wanted in Windows 10.


Cortana to FamTana: Your Windows 10 Helper is going to be a mom.

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016


Move over Cortana, and make way for FamTana. Microsoft has decided to make Windows 10 PC more family focused, and first on the list is the inbuilt virtual assistant.

The move is part of a bid to take on Amazon’s Echo and Google Home. The updated Cortana is part of a Home Hub feature planned for Windows 10, which includes shared Family Accounts and a Family Desktop.


Funny Questions You Can Ask Cortana in Windows 10

Friday, July 29th, 2016


The Windows 10 assistant, Cortana, definitely has a sense of humor. You might have also met here if you have a Windows Phone.

It’s clear that Cortana is Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s Siri. In some ways, she’s actually far more responsive to your questions. While you may have asked her about the weather or for directions, there’s actually a lot of funny things you can ask the Microsoft assistant.

We asked Cortana a ton of questions and got some pretty witty answers in response. Here are some screenshots of some of the best things you can ask her. We recommend asking multiple times, since she’s often got several responses to the same question!


BackupAssist v9.1: Minor Release, Major New Features!

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

BackupAssist v9.1 - major new features!

Were you excited when we first launched BackupAssist v9? With features like Rapid VM Recovery, Bootable Backups, and the Hyper-V Tab, who wouldn’t be? Bet you thought that with all those awesome new features, it’d be a while before we released something that jam-packed again. Some fixes here and there, the occasional slight improvement right? Wrong. Dead wrong. BackupAssist v9.1 is here now, and we just keep on throwing advanced features your way. Let’s see what’s new.