Windows 10, Surface Mini, and more on Surface Geeks 77

There is a new build of Windows 10 out and I’ll discuss some of the new features.  Microsoft Wearables and Surface Mini back in the news. All this and more on Surface Geeks 77

SP3 and wifi

Great Windows 10 Reads

http://www.windowsobserver.com/2014/10/21/windows-10-technical-preview-build-9860-update-process/

https://windows.uservoice.com/forums/265757-windows-feature-suggestions/

http://pureinfotech.com/2014/10/21/windows-10-technical-preview-build-9860-ready-download/

Fitbit and Apple

SmartWearForums.com

Mini Rumors again?

Surface Pro 2 in the workplace: Insights from a small deployment 

http://windowsitpro.com/microsoft-surface/surface-pro-3-diary-entry-3-my-first-snafu

http://www.theverge.com/2014/9/29/6869489/hp-stream-tablets-laptop-release-date-specifications

If you missed the Windows 10 unveiling here is the video.  It’s pretty old news now but it’s there if you need it.

A first look at #Windows10: http://wndw.ms/xdfLz4

Lenovo Talks About Their New Watchband Hinge In Yoga 3 Pro

Last up in the news. Breaking Bad action figures stir up a Florida Mom. Brian Cranston tweets back, “I’m so mad, I’m burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest.”

 

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4 Responses

  1. SurfaceGeek says:

    Well that didn’t take long!
     
    Not more than 2 hours after publishing episode 77 a kind person from Microsoft has convinced me that I should be running Windows 10 on my Surface Pro 3.  So, here goes….
     
    Crazy?

  2. SurfaceGeek says:

    External External just be warned, you lose most of the touch features. if you actually used win8 stuff while in tablet, don’t

  3. Dewain27 says:

    So, if you want to turn back on the touch interface on Win 10 you just right click on the taskbar > properties > Start Menu Tab > Un Check the ” Use the Start Menu instead of the Start Screen” box.  You then will need to logout and back on… and it is back to the way it was.

  4. So, if you want to turn back on the touch interface on Win 10 you just right click on the taskbar > properties > Start Menu Tab > Un Check the ” Use the Start Menu instead of the Start Screen” box. You then will need to logout and back on… and it is back to the way it was.

    I haven’t tried it yet but glad they left the start screen as an option.