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Young artist picks Surface and Pen as his only game design medium
Surface Pro and a Surface pen is the only medium a Seattle art student uses to create sophisticated and in-demand video game character designs. Here's how the pen and ink capabilities of Windows, and their use in the Surface, is launching Marvin Seo's career.
Artificial Intelligence? Bring it on!
Some people I have spoken with are concerned about the rise and usage of 'artificial intelligence' in their daily lives. The thought of 'connectivity and integration' appears to be the nub of their concerns. I respect these views; however, my own view is very different. Artificial intelligence are algorithms that have intuitive code embedded in the source programs. Nothing really complicated in that. The more we inculcate AI in our computing devices, the more we can utilise 'machine power'. So here is my challenge to Microsoft - bring it on ladies and gentlemen, bring it on - let this community test the AI computing power and even suggest their own ideas on maximising AI on their devices. The recent new build of Windows 10 with the enhancements in assistive technologies are fantastic - it is possible to improve on this current offering. Just my #PoV. As a follow-on to my post, I understand that a vigorous antibiotic has been designed in the United States using AI - so cool 😎 The field and practice of medicine is probably one of the many fields that will benefit using AI. 😀
Microsoft Windows 10 UI Design Is Still Inconsistent
In January2020, we here that Microsoft is discontinue the legendary Windows 7 OS after almost 12 years support. The windows 7 users should not be get any feature update expect the Security Patch update. Well frankly say it's really a tough decision for Microsoft, Because over 200M+devices are still running on windows 7 in 2020, Microsoft continuously try to push it's user to the latest Windows 10. It's fine and i am not complaining about this. But the real problem comes in terms of Windows 10's UI element design and user experience..... In Windows 10 Microsoft was introduced Fluent Design System, and that is the new user interface by Microsoft in Windows 10, Microsoft really work on it and continuously try to improve it. But the problem is The new Fluent Design of Windows 10 is very unstable and it is only support just few apps and System. The Core User Interface of Windows 10 is still look like 2009's Windows 7 in 2020. Here is the few Point that you should be noticed it: 1.The Windows 10 Setting Application has a new good look, but you can also find the old Windows 7 style in Control Panel in Windows 10. 2.The File Explorer of Windows 10 is Still look like 2009's Windows 7. 3.Most of the old core applications of Windows 7 is also present in Windows 10, Like Paint, The worse Internet Explorer, Windows old Media Player etc., you can find it on Windows Accessories folder in start menu. I know many users are still love to use those but is those app really need? think rationally.... 4.The most of the Internal Core application and program still look like windows 7 in 2020, they need a big revamp of windows new fluent design. It's complicated the system and make things more harder. My Suggestion is that, Please Windows 10 Developers Short out this Issues and Solve the Problem in next Windows 10 feature Updates. If you are agree with me, please Comment.. For more details please watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn5QjtpjW_U
Fix common Surface problems with the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit
The Surface Diagnostic Toolkit is an application that helps Surface users diagnose and resolve issues quickly and efficiently. Surface engineer Aaron shows you how to get and run this toolkit when your device doesn't work as expected.
The Story of Windows Feedback: We're listening!
The story of Windows Feedback team which is responsible for listening to customer feedback.
Windows 101: Four ways to customize your taskbar
Maximize your screen workspace with these four easy taskbar settings.
Windows 101: Organize your Start menu in Windows 10
Organize your Start menu in Windows 10 with just a few clicks.
Get into gaming with Windows: Part 1 - Features
Windows 10 has built-in gaming features that make it easier than ever to play games on any PC and share your experience with friends.
Organizing your digital life with File Explorer
Customize how you save and organize files. By taking full advantage of the options available in File Explorer, you’ll know how to find and share any file you own.
Why Windows upsets me..
Because bugs and shortcomings are not eliminated because they are not considered important. Quality for Windows does not matter. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-start/why-windows-upsets-me/e334b44d-8e34-45bf-98f7-60d0f87c85db?tm=1572080282931 many many others problems... to be continued .. see the next series of "windows 10", Windows 10X, Further Windows 20.. Windows 22..
Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse. Click an option below, and it'll open to display a table of related shortcuts: General keyboard shortcuts. Press this key. To do this. F1. Display Help.
In many of these apps, shortcuts are also shown in a tooltip if you hold the mouse pointer over a button. In others, pressing the Alt or F10 keys shows available keyboard shortcuts. If a letter is underlined in a menu, press the Altkey and the underlined key together instead of choosing that menu item. For example, to create a new picture in ...
Ctrl + Shift + any arrow key. Select a block of text. All. Ctrl + any arrow key + space bar. Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop. All. Ctrl + Mouse scroll wheel. Change the size of icons on the desktop. All.
Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternate way to do something you'd typically do with a mouse. Here are several common keyboard shortcuts: Copy: Ctrl + C. Cut: Ctrl + X. Paste: Ctrl + V. Maximize Window: F11 or Windows logo key + Up Arrow Task View: Windows logo key + Tab. Switch between open apps: Windows ...