Impact of Microsoft in my life!

IMG_4483Microsoft Technologies always facinating for me. And the major reasons are they are affordable, available to eveyone and this is from where I started my computer journey(Windows 95).

<– My first windows Laptop. Still supports windows 8.1 without any hassle. ❤ That’s the power of windows.

Four ways Microsoft Technologies are helping me:

1. Development:

‘Availble to everyone’ is too much advantaneous for developers like us. Imagine technology available to most of every person who uses computer and plus easiest available way to develop an app.

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IE 11 to support WebGL and MPEG Dash


Few would say that consistency is good for its own sake. Microsoft certainly agrees — it just revealed at Build that Internet Explorer 11 will reverse the company’s previously cautious stance on WebGL. The new browser will support the 3D standard from the get go, joining the likes of Chrome and Firefox. IE11 should improve plain old 2D as well, as there’s hardware acceleration for video streaming through MPEG Dash. All told, Internet Explorer should be a better web citizen — and deliver a speed boost in the process. Continue reading

Windows 8.1 Preview Download Links Are Now Live, Here’s How To Download And Install!


Microsoft announced Windows 8.1 officially a while back, stating that the new version of the desktop and tablet operating system will be offered as a free update to existing users of Windows 8 through the Windows Store. We even brought you details of what was new in the new version of the OS, and as it turned out, there was quite some new stuff to celebrate. Now, it seems the Redmond company is taking a slightly different approach, making available the Preview version for Windows 8.1 to all users.

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‘Age Of Empires’ and many other in iOS


Microsoft may not be the most friendly group of folks out there when it comes to working with other companies – particularly Apple.  But according to a report from Nikkei (via Reuters), the company is nevertheless planning to bring one if its most popular PC and console games to Apple’s mobile platform – Age of Empires!

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Microsoft on DRM: ‘We Have Listened’


Microsoft on Wednesday said it is backing away from some strict digital-rights-management policies that were poorly received in the videogame community, Ian Sherr writes.
Those policies included forcing restrictions on selling used games as well as requiring the forthcoming Xbox One console to connect to the Internet once a day. In a post on Microsoft’s Xbox Wire site, Don Mattrick, who runs the Microsoft unit in charge of the Xbox, said Microsoft was dropping those restrictions. ”We have listened and we have heard loud and clear from your feedback that you want the best of both worlds,” he said. Continue reading