ActiveWin.com Headlineshttp://www.activewin.com/The Most Activated Windows ResourceenCopyright (c) 1997-2003 Active Networks, IncBob Stein bob@activewin.comWed, 25 Mar 2015 05:22:06 GMTWed, 25 Mar 2015 05:22:06 GMThttp://backend.userland.com/rssActive Networks RSS2 feed generator (c) 2003 Active Networks and Chad MyersMicrosoft reveals who gets Windows 10, and howMicrosoft will upgrade only those PCs and tablets running Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 Update to Windows 10 later this year via the Windows Update service, the company revealed Wednesday.http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54216Wed, 25 Mar 2015 05:09:00 GMTErick Corderohttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54216Project Spartan browser will completely ditch Internet Explorer’s code Another nail was placed in Internet Explorer’s coffin today as Microsoft announced that, contrary to early rumors, the Spartan web browser will not utilize Internet Explorer’s browser engine, not even for legacy support. This decision, made public at a developer workshop and clarified on the Internet Explorer blog, indicates that Microsoft intends to boldly break away from its previous web browser instead of hedging its bets.http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54217Wed, 25 Mar 2015 05:12:00 GMTErick Corderohttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54217Even Software Pirates Will Get Windows 10 Upgrade For FreeMicrosoft continues to surprise us just when we start believing we’ve seen it all from the software giant. In a move that has literally left us bamboozled, but extremely optimistic for the company’s future, Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users, licensed or not, when it launches this summer. Read on for further information. http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54218Wed, 25 Mar 2015 05:16:00 GMTErick Corderohttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54218Microsoft Launches Azure App Service, A New Set Of Tools For Web And Mobile App DevelopersMicrosoft is launching Azure App Service today, a new cloud-based service that gives developers a single service for building mobile and web apps, combined with tools for automating business processes across cloud services, and a new service for building and consuming APIs. All of these services revolve around Microsoft’s oft- (and over-) used mantra of “mobile first, cloud first.”http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54219Wed, 25 Mar 2015 05:17:00 GMTErick Corderohttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54219ActiveWin Poll<%=GetPoll(127)%>http://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54221Wed, 25 Mar 2015 05:22:00 GMTErick Corderohttp://www.activewin.com/awin/comments.asp?HeadlineIndex=54221http://www.activewin.com/activewin_bigbutton.gif