…It’s 2018 now and we’ve all been waiting for Interactive Live Tiles. If you ask me, all these feature should have been in the anniversary release. I’m starting to wonder if they’re even going to make it to release at this point. Having the capability to put a miniaturized interface on the Start menu through an expando button can go far in my opinion. Advertisements Continue reading …This is Next Gen Windows 10 in 2016
I’ve been getting back into developing with Visual Basic lately. I’ve learned much of what I need to know in the past while in college; or so I thought. Much has changed since those days of Visual Basic 6. Everything … Continue reading Getting System Information With WMI and VB.NET
This release basically fixes a few bugs and adds Google Music Search to the menu. I’ll be using whole numbers from now on on these installers (just makes things easier). I had to remove tumblr from the menu as their format changed (no more sharing with a GET request). Fixed the Fetch and Guess tools to be compliant with their new versions – so they should work properly. The spaces in query bug in Google Open Storage search was fixed – so multi word queries work properly. Download and Install IE11 Menu Addons for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 … Continue reading IE11 Menu Addons – New Version – 1 – Happy New Year!
I had the opportunity to try out the Windows 10 Technical Preview recently and I was happy to see that the Start menu has returned with a facelift of sorts. The Start menu on Windows 8, as we all know, was changed to suit a touch interface. This was really great for their premiere surface tablet line up – but for desktop users without touch functionality this left a lot to be desired. Personally, I do far too much on my system to even be able to rely on a touch interface at this point. The keyboard and mouse will … Continue reading This is My Take on Windows 10 Technical Preview