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Clarifying why users’ local search functionality was broken following the latest Windows 10 update, Microsoft…
Microsoft’s recent announcement that it would end support for users of its Windows 7 operating system had stress written all over it. The company advised that important day-to-day tasks such as personal banking and online shopping would no longer be safe on users’ now out-of-date and hacker-friendly Windows computers.
If you’ve been paying attention to your operating systems, you’ll notice that Windows 7 — if you’re still rocking the now-aged OS — isn’t officially supported any more. We’ve known this was coming for a long, long time. We certainly can’t say we weren’t warned. But the day (14 January) has come and gone, so if you’re still using Windows 7, you’re officially borked from this point on. Or are you…?
Light Start – No more loot boxes in COD, Windows 7’s end of life, Samsung’s losing in China and some high-end hacking
This week in Light Start – no more loot boxes for Activision, Windows 7 will run out of time, Samsung losing its grip on China, and the ultimae hacker.
What a time to be alive. Not only are we living in the future, it seems we’re also travelling back in time. You know, like tachyons. Why all the Doc Brown talk? Well, Microsoft’s teasing a little something called Windows 1.0. It seems to be be an obvious reference to Windows 10, based on the retro blue logo for the operating system. Weird how we never noticed that before.
So you want to get your hands on a Forza game but don’t want to pay for it? Funny thing, Microsoft’s just made that happen with the launch of Forza Street, a new free-to-play racing title for Windows 10, Android and iOS. The desktop version of the game? Yeah, that’s available now.