2019年09月30日

Microsoft to produce Modern Form of the Ergonomic Keyboard

Microsoft has made it a hobby to revamp retro accessories, and today the organization is reportedly planning to launch a modern form of the Ergonomic Keyboard and Ergonomic Mouse.


A report from German site WinFuture indicates that the announcement will take put on October 2 during the hardware event where Microsoft will also introduce the brand new Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3.


Through the looks of things, the brand new peripherals will be available in black, peach, and pastel blue, than the original versions which were only offered in white.


However, both the mouse and the keyboard includes new-generation tech, including USB connectivity instead of PS/2, because it was the situation on the original versions.


Based on the same report, Microsoft's new Ergonomic Keyboard is going to be available for $59.99, while the mouse could be a little cheaper, possible near to $49.99.


More Surface announcements


Through the looks of products, the October 2 event is going to be filled with announcements, as Microsoft looks like it's planning to go ahead and take wraps off several services in lots of key areas.


Along with Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3, Microsoft can also be likely to unveil its all-new foldable Surface having a dual-screen configuration.


The unit, which will pioneer a new form factor, runs a special form of Windows 10. Through the looks of things, there's an opportunity that Microsoft only announces the device on October 2, while actual sales would only begin the coming year. What this means is the company will probably provide a brief demo of this new Surface model, as the focus on it's not yet been finalized.


Refreshes for other Surface models, including the Surface Go, could also be announced on October 2, albeit in this case the whole thing might only get down to upgrades underneath the hood.

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2019年09月27日

Microsoft Releases Windows Terminal Preview 1909

Microsoft has released a new version of Windows Terminal, which time there are substantial improvements, including the new Cascadia Code font.


Marked because the September 2019 release, Windows Terminal Preview 1909 includes Cascadia Code, a font which was specifically produced for command-line utilities such as the Terminal. The font is roofed by default and installs on download.


Additionally, Microsoft's Windows Terminal now features a settings schema, with the company explaining the next:


"The settings schema will give you auto-fill suggestions when editing your profiles.json file and it will offer definitions of every property. Mention of the this schema is automatically included in this release, which means you should view it work right away!"


Stable version arriving early 2020


Windows Terminal Preview version 1909 also introduces support for stylus selection, which isn't whatsoever surprising given Microsoft's push for pen support in everything Windows 10. The stylus plays the function of the mouse in the Terminal, so selecting text works much like dragging inside a window.


There are also clipboard bug fixes within this release, with Microsoft stating that previous versions crashed when copying content from the app. Everything should work correctly within this version, and the firm says newline characters are respected as well in this build.


Windows Terminal now features close window functionality, so users can close just one window when multiple tabs are open, having a prompt display on screen for confirmation. Pressing Alt + F4 closes the windows too, but however, it's important to realize that clicking the close button automatically shuts the entire app without a warning message.


Microsoft says Windows Terminal 1.0 ought to be ready like a stable release after 2019, but the public release is targeted for April 2020. The company uses the first months of 2020 for bug fixes and further improvements in front of the official launch of the Terminal.

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2019年09月26日

Ways to get Classic Solitaire and Minesweeper in Windows 10

Windows 10, for those its improvements, took one step back in one key area: it removed the games we all used to love to waste time with and replaced all of them with flashier, ad-supported versions. A few of these games, like Spider Solitaire, didn't result in the cut at all. Microsoft's new version of Solitaire is nice to check out, however it lacks the classic quality that made the initial very popular and it is full of ads too.


Here's how to get the classics back.


1. Download the Windows 7 Games for Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 zip file from WinAero. The "download here" ads aren't what you're looking for, instead you'll have to scroll down the page and download from the link alongside bullet point one.


2. Again, scroll past the ads prompting you to definitely download, and instead follow the link near the Donate button.


3. Click OK around the pop-up and wait for a file to download.


4. Double-click to extract the files.


5. Double-click the applying file.


6. Click Yes around the pop-up and wait as the installer loads.


7. Choose your language.


8. Click Next.


9. Pick the games you want to install by checking/unchecking the boxes next to the title.


10. Click Install.

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