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Day: November 8, 2018

  • Earlier in the year, Amazon teamed up with some of the biggest PC makers to brings Alexa to Windows 10. The company started selling devices that came pre-installed with Alexa, and it’s now bringing the same experience to all Windows 10 devices — through the Microsoft Store. If you have a Windows 10 device running the most recent update, you will be able to install Alexa just like any other regular app on your device. Once you open it up and log in with your Amazon account, you can use Alexa just like a regular personal assistant. All the Alexa-related feature are available through the app just like other Alexa devices, and even supports the Alexa wake word on compatible devices. Although the app doesn’t support things like Spotify right now, you can still listen to music via Amazon Music. Thurrott
  • November 8, 2018

    Windows 10 suddenly deactivated

    Hi, There is an ongoing issue about Windows 10 suddenly shown as deactivated. The affected users need not to do anything as it is a known issue. Here is what was told by Microsoft Chat support: Microsoft has just released an Emerging issue announcement about current activation issue related to Pro edition recently. This happens in Japan, Korea, American and many other countries.I am very sorry to inform you that there is a temporary issue with Microsoft’s activation server at the moment and some customers might experience this issue where Windows is displayed as not activated. Our engineers are working tirelessly to resolve this issue and it is expected to be corrected within one to two business days Thanks to Vijay_Verma and Daniel for the information. The thread would be updated when this resolves. Thank you for your patience.Edit 1: Users report that Windows activation troubleshooter might say You have a Windows 10 Home license but you are running Windows 10 Pro. You are advised to ignore that message and wait for the fix. Microsoft  
  • November 8, 2018

    Google Pixel 3 Review

    Today on the show we review the Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3 XL. We discuss the new Apple hardware including the new MacBook Air, iPad Pro, and Mac Mini upgrade. We get into the new WLinux distro for Windows 10 and how you can install the distro via the Windows store or GitHub. We compare the Lenovo Smart Display to the Google Home Hub. Plus much more… Today We Discuss… Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3 XL Review New Apple MacBook Air, iPad Pro, and Mac Mini WLinux For Windows 10 Lenovo Smart Display Vs Google Home Hub If you want to support the show by my new book “Guidebook To Computer and Smartphone Security” on LeanPub