Microsoft Release Windows 11: Will It Be A Free Upgrade?

Microsoft will be releasing Windows 11 on Thursday, and one question many Windows users want to answer is will it be a free upgrade or not? Previously, Microsoft offered Windows 10, as an operating system upgrade for free. Windows 7 and Windows 8 users can upgrade at no additional cost, and although Microsoft initially set a one-year time limit on the free upgrade offer, it did allow users of older operating systems to upgrade long after that time limit. In fact, there’s still a backdoor way to make it happen…

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Microsoft Leaks About Upcoming Windows 11 Update Revealed Later This Month

Previously, namely in 2015, Microsoft has stated that Windows 10 is the last version of the Windows operation. But rumors that Microsoft will launch its newest Windows, keep popping up. Before this rumor reappeared, actually Microsoft had already updated Windows before,releasing new major versions (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1), they release feature updates twice a year and cumulative updates every month. Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer at Microsoft, tweeted a video showing the new Windows 10 logo and an animated stream of sunshine that oddly ends with what looks…

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Xiaomi goes one step further and fully charges the phone in eight minutes

Today, China’s Xiaomi has tested its new fast charging system and beat the world record in wired and wireless charging in the process. Quoted from xiaomi’s official tweet on twitter, informing that xiaomi is one step ahead, in fast charging technology. Xiaomi says that, using the new Hyper Charge technology on the M11 Pro modified with a 4,000 mAh battery, Xiaomi says it takes the handset from 0 to 50 percent in 3 minutes and 23 seconds, and to a full charge in just 8 minutes via a 200W cable.…

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New Rules Starting Tomorrow Google cloud delete your Gmail, Photos and Drive!

For all user Gmail, Photos and Drive service users have been warned about dramatic changes to their accounts for months but the new rules finally take effect starting tomorrow, June 1st. Google first sent out a warning late last year explaining that it changed its terms to allow companies to delete accounts and remove content without the need for permission from users. The update will affect anyone with a Gmail, Drive, or Photos account and can see all of their data straight to the digital trash. In an email sent…

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