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Windows 10 – Video overview

As you probably already know, Microsoft has shown off their latest OS, Windows 10, yesterday. They also uploaded a few video’s to their YouTube channel. For your convenience you can watch them below. The complete press conference: Introducing Windows 10:… Continue Reading →

Windows 10, here it is

The press conference is just over, Microsoft talked about it’s newest OS. Instead of Windows 9 it became Windows 10. Windows 10 will support virtual desktops (Task View) as well as windowed apps. The charms bar is still there in… Continue Reading →

Follow the Windows 9 event live

In a few hours Microsoft will kick of the Windows 9 event. They will announce the newest iteration of Windows. But since there will be no live stream you can follow the event live on The Verge. Follow this link… Continue Reading →

Poll – What do you think the next version of Windows will be called?

What do you think the next version of Windows will be called, it will be shown tomorrow, so act quick.    

Microsoft opens new Microsoft IoT Twitter Account

Today we discovered that Microsoft has opened a new Twitter account, Microsoft IoT, which means ‘Internet of Things’ They also released the website InternetOfYourThings. Since Microsoft is focusing on a cloud-first/mobile-first world as well as on the internet of things,… Continue Reading →

Introduction to programming with Java

Hi everyone, in this course I wanna share some basics of programming with Java ,  and I hope you like it ! To begin let’s talk about what are the Pros of Java : Java is an easy object-oriented Computer programming language… Continue Reading →

Want to get to know Cortana better?

Do you own a Windows Phone 8.1 device with Cortana enabled? Here’s something rather useful. Microsoft has put up a new web page where you can see all of Cortana’s functionality, as well as recently added features. You can visit… Continue Reading →

Microsoft announces Chromecast competitor – supports Miracast

As thought before Microsoft has now official announced a Chromecast competitor. The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. With this small device you can connect your Miracast supported device with your TV, you can almost turn any display into a second screen… Continue Reading →

Expanding the TDS team

Today we’re going to expand the TheDeveloperSource.com team. We already have a few candidates, but we want to give everyone who’s interested the opportunity to become a writer for us. There are a few things you have to know. You… Continue Reading →

Microsoft doubles OneDrive free storage, but you’ll have to activate it

As of today Microsoft has announced that they will double the amount of free OneDrive storage of those who have turned on automatic image-upload on their phone. Originally Microsoft announced this because Apple chose to offer the entry level iPhone… Continue Reading →

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