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How to disable Windows 10 Start menu ads

“How to disable Windows 10 Start menu ads” is a phrase I never thought I’d be writing, but here I am writing it. Such is life, I guess. Yes, ads are coming to the Windows 10 Start menu. If you’re an Insider on the “Fast Ring” and have downloaded build 10565 then you might have already encountered them. And it ... Read More »

Surface Pro 4 looks great, but this Surface Pro 3 user ordered a Surface Book

The Surface Pro 3 has been my primary computer for a year, but after talking with ZDNet’s Kevin Tofel this weekend on MobileTechRoundup show #357 and evaluating my usage needs I decided the Surface Book was the right computer for me. I went to the online Microsoft Store and quickly discovered that you can no longer place a pre-order for ... Read More »

This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Google And Microsoft And We’re Back!!!

Did you miss us? The Gadgets Podcast has been fully interrupted by TC Disrupt and subsequent TC Meetups in various cities, but what is dead may never die. Or, put more simply, we’re back. Today, we’re discussing the latest news out of Google and Microsoft, which includes plenty of hardware: phones, gaming consoles, tablets, and I hear there is even ... Read More »

2-in-1 decision challenge: Surface Book, Surface 4 Pro, XPS 12 or iPad Pro?

Darn you, Microsoft. Last month, I decided to finally rid myself of carrying both a laptop and tablet and was seriously considering an iPad Pro purchase in November. Then you had to debut not just the improved Surface Pro 4 but the innovative Surface Book. Even worse: Dell is challenging with its new XPS 12. Argh! It’s actually a great ... Read More »

Microsoft Developer Division Chief Somasegar to leave after 27 years

Microsoft Developer Division Corporate Vice President S. “Soma” Somasegar is leaving Microsoft after a 27-year career at the company. Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie announced Somasegar’s impending departure internally on October 8. Somasegar has decided to leave the company and pursue the next phase of his career, according to Guthrie’s note. Microsoft is working on its ... Read More »

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