Although Android smartphone is convenient to manage files, sometimes you might desire to control your Android phone from the Windows computer. For example, you want to handle a document with a large screen, or it is inconvenient to use your smartphone, etc. Anyway, you just wonder how to manage your Android smartphone from Windows 10, right?


Rest assured. Multiple tools can give you support. Working with most Android data types, they all are excellent desktop managers for Android phones.

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Online video creation has become very popular with current developments in technology. Various websites and social media platforms feature a variety of content. Among this plethora of content, videos have become the most effective way to hold the audience, grab attention, and bring them to action.


Multiple video makers have come up with making the process of video making easier. Many of these tools have successfully helped users create excellent content for their blogs, websites, and many other purposes. Most of us prefer platforms that are easy to use and give quality output in minimum time.

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Microsoft Edge is finally getting the History and Open tabs sync feature with Chromium Edge version 88. As the feature is currently rolling out to a limited set of Edge Insiders in the Canary channel, you can now see the options to enable the sync if you are one of the lucky users.


The feature is currently rolling out for Windows, and Mac users. Upgrade to Edge Canary build 88.0.682.0 or higher to check if it has been enabled for you.

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Microsoft released a new update for the Windows 10 users that is going to remove the Adobe Flash Player from Windows. Microsoft made it "optional" at this moment. That means it won't be offered to you via the Windows Update Service until next year.


But, if you want, you can download the update package from the Windows Update Catalog and manually install it on your system.

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Microsoft has taken a new move to phase out Internet Explorer for its new Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser. The company has identified a list of 1,156 websites including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Hotstar, Yahoo Mail, Google Drive, Microsoft Teams, and many others, that will redirect users from IE to Microsoft Edge.


Starting next month, the redirect will take place to the users who are having Microsoft Edge Stable version 87 or higher installed on their system.

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Microsoft is experimenting with a new feature called "Startup Boost" that will start a set of Microsoft Edge processes in the background to have a faster experience to launch the chromium-powered Edge browser on Windows 10 from desktop, taskbar icon, and links within other apps.


Though the Redmond giant didn't give any commitment by when the feature will arrive in the stable build, you can experiment with the feature right now if you are running Edge Insiders build.

Published by on under Internet Browser | Microsoft Edge

Starting October 20th, Microsoft is rolling out the latest feature update of Windows 10 to the seekers on compatible devices. Whenever Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, the company publishes a list of features being deprecated or removed from the operating system.


The same is applicable for Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) also. As we already covered the new addition of the features in this update, you should also know what's been removed or deprecated.

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Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2, build 19042) is the latest feature update of Windows 10, which has been released on October 20th. Initially, the update is being offered to seekers with compatible devices. If it's not yet offered to your system, you can perform a clean installation by downloading the latest ISO/DVD image.


Once you have download the disk image file, you can burn it to a DVD or USB drive, and boot it from there. Here's we will be sharing 5 simple steps to make a Windows 10 bootable USB pen drive.

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Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2, build 19042) on October 20th to selected users who manually seek for updates. Microsoft is also offering users to download the ISOs of the Windows 10 October 2020 Update for clean installations.


Windows 10 version 20H2 ISOs are being offered in both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) formats. If you are looking for the ISO image for offline installation, here's a quick trick by which you can download it directly from the Microsoft site for free.

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Microsoft announced that the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now available for Linux users. The company said that they will provide weekly updates in sync with the Dev Channel on other platforms, and as this is still in the early preview state, you may experience bugs or unexpected behaviors.


This version of Microsoft Edge supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE distributions of the Linux operating system. Edge Insiders in the Dev channel for Linux can download it and start providing feedback to Microsoft.

Published by on under Linux | Microsoft Edge