https://twitter.com/h0x0d/status/1148840330109652992 Windows 10 With new feature update calendar, Microsoft finally settles on a sensible Windows 10 release schedule Windows 10 19H2: If you’re on 1903, expect ‘far faster’ update, says Microsoft The Windows 10 security guide: How to safeguard your business How to do a clean install of Windows 10: Which option is best for you? How to control updates in Windows 10 (TechRepublic) Turn on the dark mode in Windows 10 (CNET) The rumors were true. Microsoft is going to close its Remix3D.com site in January 2020, signaling yet again that its augmented-reality future is, at least in the nearer term, an enterprise play. frequently asked questions page on the Windows support site, Microsoft noted it is “retiring” the Remix3D.com site on January 10, 2020. Those who may have uploaded content to the site should download their existing models to other file storage platforms as soon as possible, Microsoft advises. backed away from marketing HoloLens as a consumer device. relented in recent months in phasing out the existing Microsoft Paint product. Microsoft officials aren’t saying anything new about future plans for Paint3D. It’s kind of surprising Remix3D has stuck around as long as it has. In May 2018, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Kudo Tsunoda left his job, where his focus was on mixed reality, “3D for Everyone,” Story Remix, Photos, HoloLens and “other secret unannounced things.” Since then, Microsoft’s 3D emphasis has been on business uses, not consumer ones.
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