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        My name is Viorel Ianasi. I live in Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania.
        I go on the Internet under the screename "dreyfus" and I work as a system engineer/network administrator for my local diocese.
        I also work for a local tv station but I'm also an digital media freelencer.
        I create professional graphics, web site design and web solutions, audio and video editing, encoding, transcoding and all digital media related stuff.




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Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) has RTM'd

Read more ...Microsoft execs don't want us to use RTM (release to manufacturing) or even RTW (release to Web) any more, now that Windows 10 is a continually updated "service," but most of us still are using the RTM convention to refer to the build that ultimately will go to "normals" who aren't in the Windows Insider program.

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Windows 10 “Threshold 2” has been signed off for desktop and mobile

Read more ...Good news! Microsoft has finally elected a build of Windows 10 Threshold 2 that will roll out to the public! According to my contacts, build 10586 is the build in question that has been selected as the final build of Threshold 2, for both desktop and mobile. The company is planning to begin rolling the update out sometime this month for everyone.

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Microsoft Windows 10 has RTM'ed

Read more ...Microsoft has now finalized Windows 10, ready for its release later this month. Sources familiar with Microsoft's plans tell The Verge that the software giant has selected build 10240 as the final release to manufacturing (RTM) copy, allowing PC makers to start loading the software onto new machines ready for release. We understand that Microsoft is signing off on the build internally today, and may announce the RTM publicly by the end of the week or choose to ignore the milestone and focus on the launch. While Microsoft is planning to launch Windows 10 on July 29th, new PCs with the software won’t be available until some weeks later. Microsoft is now pushing for existing and new device owners to upgrade to Windows 10 as part of a new marketing campaign.

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Microsoft clears up confusion, reaffirms free Windows 10 for Insiders

Read more ...Microsoft has reaffirmed that Windows Insiders who clean installed the Windows 10 Preview can upgrade and activate the Windows 10 RTM for free, regardless of whether they have a Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 license. This announcement was made on Friday, and on Saturday was silently changed to remove any mention of being activated unless you upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. This caused confusion, but Gabe Aul has again reaffirmed that Insiders who clean installed the Windows 10 Preview will receive Windows 10 for free, and activated.

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Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1

win10-logoAmong the information Microsoft revealed at today’s Windows 10 event is the good news many were waiting to hear: Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1. That said, there are some caveats to this deal, not the least of which—as I understand it—is that those who agree to this upgrade must also agree to let their PCs and devices be kept up-to-date by Microsoft going forward.The notion here is “Windows as a service,” one that will in effect make version numbers much less important going forward. Technically, this should work a lot like Office 365, and with the same exclusions for businesses. Indeed, businesses are free (ahem) to continue moving forward with existing licensing schemes and controlling updates if they prefer.

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Windows 10 will be available on July 29

Read more ...Today, I’m excited to share the availability date for Windows 10. In fact, I thought I’d let Cortana, the world’s most personal digital assistant, share the news. You can ask Cortana for the answer! You can ask Cortana for the answer, or if you don’t have a Windows phone or a PC running the Windows 10 Insider Preview handy – you can hear it for yourself here:

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