The next version of Microsoft’s operating system will also include FLAC “Free Lossless Audio Codec” file support. The software giant recently confirmed that it will update the kernel version to 10.0, and despite what many people might think, this won’t cause compatibility issues — Just the typical issues. Finally on Windows 10, build 9888 finds its way online and reveals new Settings app, context menu, and new animations. Google introduces new security dashboard that lets you know what devices are accessing your account, which will make easier to detect any suspicious activity. Apple is reportedly replacing Google as the default search engine for Safari, and Bing or Yahoo could be the next replacement. Dropbox releases update to integrate Office Mobile with Apple’s iOS. Check out the new free games you can get for Xbox 360 and Xbox One for the month of December. Microsoft is giving away a lot of music and offers massive discount of box sets. 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 build 9888 unifies Settings, context menu, and improves animations Microsoft to reveal Windows 10 Consumer Preview in late January December Xbox free games with Xbox Live Gold Microsoft giving away music and offering massive discount on box sets Google’s new security dashboard reports devices accessing your account Dropbox now integrates with Office on Apple’s iOS Apple may replace Google in Safari for Bing or Yahoo in 2015 You don’t need to install Windows 10 Slow build, if the Fast build is already installed How Windows 10 averts compatibility issues with kernel version 10 Microsoft goes big on Xbox One games discounts Windows 10 build 9879 ISO files ready for download

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