The software giant announces that will be kicking off the launch of Windows 10 not with a single event, but with various celebration events around the world focus on Windows fans. Microsoft’s Windows Hello, the new facial recognition technology, gets fully demonstrated on a new video using the new Intel RealSense 3D camera. In addition, Intel reveals a list with Windows 10 PCs that initially will support Windows Hello. As we get closer to the release of Windows 10, Microsoft needs to test its upgrade process via Windows Update, as such the company has temporarily stopped the release of new builds and ISO files downloads. Early this week, Microsoft removes the beta tag of its Office Mobile apps and they are now available for Windows 10 desktop. The suite includes Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, and OneNote. Cortana arrives to Android as a limited preview, invite-only, app. To obtain an invite you’ll need to submit a short survey and your phone has to be among the short list of compatible devices at this time. The company promise a public beta release in the coming weeks. Sadly for small mobile devices with limited storage, Windows 10 won’t be including the ability to install apps on a SD card or alternate external storage at launch. Xbox One game streaming is now available for everyone on the latest update, and Microsoft also rolls out a new update for its Xbox app on Windows 10 to enable the game streaming, party chat, and a number of other features. While Windows 10 is believed to have reached RTM, the company releases its first security update on its new Windows as a Service model. The small update is available immediately to fix various issues in Windows 10 build 10240 and it’s also includes various other previously release updates. It’s now official that Microsoft has opted to force Windows 10 Home to use automatic updates. According to the new terms found in build 10240, the company won’t allow users to disable Windows Update, which means that regular users will always be kept up-to-date with the latest and greatest software, and new features whether users want them or not. After yet another security flaw, this week I showed you how to disable Flash Player on all major web browsers including on Microsoft Edge. All this and more… Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.

Windows 10 Home won’t let users to disable automatic updates Microsoft delivers the first Windows as a Service update for Windows 10 Microsoft’s Xbox One game streaming to Windows 10 PCs now available for all Windows 10 won’t include installing apps on SD cards functionality at launch Microsoft releases Cortana for Android app as beta for Windows Insiders Windows 10 USB installation flash drive now available for pre-order Intel lists all the Windows 10 PCs with ‘Windows Hello’ facial recognition support Windows 10 build 10240 now available for download Office for Windows 10 apps final now ready for download How to disable Adobe Flash Player from all the major web browsers Microsoft suspends Windows 10 preview builds and ISO downloads until further notice Windows Hello facial recognition for Windows 10 video demo Microsoft to kick off the Windows 10 launch with celebrations around the world focus on fans

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