In addition, we heard that Windows 10 was being finalized this week, but now it seems that it won’t happen until sometime next week. Continuing with more releases, the software giant this week rolled out Windows 10 Mobile 10149 to the Slow ring of updates. Two days later screenshots of build 10162 for mobile devices emerged on the internet, and only a day later Microsoft shipped Windows 10 Mobile build 10166 to the Fast ring of updates with improvements to the core quality. The company also said that it has fixes most of known issues found in build 10149. Xbox Music now has been renamed to Groove, and according to the company, Groove is a more appropriate name that describes what people do with music. Other than the name, everything else will remain the same. The Xbox Music app for Android and iOS received a new update to enable free music steaming from songs stored on OneDrive. Xbox One received the July update, which prepares the console for Windows 10 game streaming using the Xbox app, and prepares the console for backward compatibility with Xbox 360 games. If you want to get great deals on Xbox games, you shouldn’t miss the “Xbox Ultimate Game Sale” and “Deals with Gold” which will be available until July 13th. Office 2016 for Mac OS X releases for Office 365 members, and the company says that will have a standalone version of the suite in September. Mac users can now download free the beta version of the next version of Mac OS X “El Capitan”, but like with every pre-release of a software, El Capitan isn’t finished and it’s only meant for savvy testers. With only weeks away from the launch of Windows 10, the Microsoft marketing department seems to have already chosen the official retail box that will ship the DVD of containing the installation files for the operating system. On how-to, this week you learned a number of things you can do if for some reason your computer is unable to install the latest preview of Windows 10. In addition, you learned how to add custom accent colors to the personalization settings in Windows 10. Finally, the software maker announced that is killing three of its MSN apps, and Photosynth. 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.

You’ll see these Windows 10 boxes designs on retail stores on July 29th Microsoft axing some MSN apps and Photosynth for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Microsoft Office 2016 arrives on Mac, Office 365 members can download the suite now Windows 10 Mobile build 10166 available now on the Fast ring with improvements to the core quality Mac OS X ‘El Capitan’ public data download arrives on July 9 Windows 10 build 10166 (Fast ring) rolls out with Microsoft Wi-Fi app Windows 10: Adding custom accent colors to the personalization settings Windows 10 Mobile build 10162 screenshots leak unveiling new changes Xbox Music for Android and iOS update brings OneDrive streaming for free Xbox One July update prepares for Windows 10 game streaming and backward compatibility Windows 10 Mobile build 10149 now available in the Slow ring Here’s what to do when Windows 10 builds don’t show up or won’t install Microsoft Xbox Ultimate Game Sale and Deals with Gold now live Microsoft confirms Xbox Music rebrand to Groove Windows 10 build 10162 heads over to the Slow ring Windows 10 to be finalized this week, RTM release is next

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