Modern User Interface Disabled In Windows 9

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Wzor has been a much reliable Windows leak source. They are on it again. This time, they are spilling the details of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 9 operating system. The Russian Company Wzor has made a number of statements on Twitter about the Windows 9 operating system. Some of them are listed below in this article.

  • The Metro User Interface will not be enabled by default on the Server and Enterprise versions.
  • A special build of the Windows 9 Enterprise Technical Preview is ready, but the consumer test builds of Windows 9 Pro will not be made available to public now.
  • A test build of the Windows 9 RT is available that is compatible only with the Surface 3 devices.
  • Microsoft does not know how to make the users of Windows XP operating system to upgrade, but Windows 7 users will get a great offer to encourage them to upgrade.
  • Any user who has bought a Windows 8 retail version or a computer that is preinstalled with it will be getting a special offer to upgrade.
  • Windows 9 operating system will be supporting 3D for ultra high definition televisions.
  • Windows 9 operating system will be featuring backup and restore from the cloud and it is developing ways to virtualize backups of physical systems in the cloud.

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  • One of the biggest surprises in the statement of Wzor is the existence of Windows 9 RT. Windows 8 RT was much criticized for being a hobbled version of the operating system and it seemed probable that Microsoft will not be repeating the same mistake again.
  • The most interesting rumors are about cloud. As the OS offers system backups from the cloud storage, if the pricing and security is proper, it could prove to be a great operating system for the Windows users.

These are some of the features of the Windows 9 operating system as per the tweet from Wzor. If you would like to know more on the features of Windows 9 OS, you can contact the Windows help and support team. They will be able to tell you more on the features of the OS. You can also visit the Windows help forums to know more on Windows 9. Many discussions are taking place in these forums regarding the features of Windows 9 operating system.

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Redline Trading Solutions Extends Its Support To Windows Server Platform

In a recent blog update, Redline trading solutions, the number one provider of order execution and ultra-low latency market data, announced that it has decided to extend support to Windows Servers. The company observed that the extension of its support to Windows Server would not only benefit the Windows help desk in assisting the customer base but also enable the latter to make its presence felt in the mainstream.

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As part of the decision, Redline solutions would make its latest solution, InRush 3 Accelerated Ticket Plant compatible on Windows Server. Redline trading solutions’ decision makes one assume that the accuracy of true price information is doubtful without the support of a well established market data provider.

The company said that the reliability of price information really matters when one scrutinises the price accuracy of consolidated feeds against direct feeds. Of late, there is an increased tendency among entrepreneurs to validate the pricing accuracy by comparing direct feeds and consolidated feeds. In the past, most companies trusted the pricing information offered by any provider without scrutinising the reliability of the data. This in fact resulted in great losses and undesired consequences, even to the extent of making the companies to underscore the significance of true trading practices based on accurate pricing data.

Redline claims that the advanced pricing information service offered by the company gives customers with accurate pricing data. The company said that it has integrated streamlined synthetic best bid options, which enable the companies to gather more accurate and error free data.

Extension of Redline Solution support to Windows opens new scopes

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The key advantage of the extension of Redline trading solution support to Windows Server platform is that it opens new scopes for emerging firms to gather accurate pricing data. Being the most popular operating system, Windows has more appeal to the companies than any other operating systems, thanks to its extensive Windows help services. Now, with the integration of Redline support with Windows Server, there are new scopes and opportunities that aren’t explored yet.

Redline believes that the major reason why some companies aren’t choosing its services is that it wasn’t supported on the Windows Server. Furthermore, InRush Ticker plant wasn’t supported on the Windows Server platform. With the new deal, Redline will be offering InRush Ticker Plant to the Windows Server.

As of now, only the firms that have Windows Server as their default Server or standardized Server can run Redline tradition solution services. The company will be making modifications to this requirement soon.

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Steps To Clear Windows Update History

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The Windows operating system keeps a log of all the successful and failed Windows Update attempts. These files can eat up the space in your hard disk drive. If you have setup the Windows operating system to install the Windows Updates automatically, you will not know of the updates that are being installed and the update backlogs will accumulate in the hard disk. Over time, these backlogs will pile up and start taking considerable amount of memory space that can be used to store some other important data.

With the Windows help steps that are discussed below, you will be able to clear the Windows Update history and delete all those unnecessary files that are stored in your PC.

Instructions

  • Turn on your Windows computer and then click on the Start button, located on the left hand corner of main screen. Choose All Programs to access all the programs and options that are available on the computer.
  • Choose Run Windows menu and a box will popup that will give you the option of opening and running a specific folder.
  • Into the text box, copy and paste %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\ and then hit the Enter key. You will be taken to the Software Distribution area that is found on your PC.
  • Open the DataStore folder. This folder contains all the files that are related to Windows Updates that were run in the past. To clear this history, you will have to delete all the contents of this folder. Press Ctrl and A keys together to select all the files in the folder and then press Delete key to move all these files to the Recycle Bin.
  • If you wish to permanently delete all these files, you will have to press down Shift and Delete keys together. You may delete these files permanently as there is no harm in losing these files.
  • After deleting these files, restart your computer and you will have a clear Windows Update history. To keep the Windows Update history cleared out, you can repeat these steps every few months.

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By following the simple steps given above, you will be able to delete the Windows Update history without encountering any errors. If you have any doubts or if you are not comfortable doing these steps on your own, you can seek help from the Windows help and support team. They will assist you in finishing these steps successfully without encountering any errors.

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Steps To Clear Windows Update History

The Windows operating system keeps a log of all the successful and failed Windows Update attempts. These files can eat up the space in your hard disk drive. If you have setup the Windows operating system to install the Windows Updates automatically, you will not know of the updates that are being installed and the update backlogs will accumulate in the hard disk. Over time, these backlogs will pile up and start taking considerable amount of memory space that can be used to store some other important data.

With the Windows help steps that are discussed below, you will be able to clear the Windows Update history and delete all those unnecessary files that are stored in your PC.

Instructions

  • Turn on your Windows computer and then click on the Start button, located on the left hand corner of main screen. Choose All Programs to access all the programs and options that are available on the computer.
  • Choose Run Windows menu and a box will popup that will give you the option of opening and running a specific folder.
  • Into the text box, copy and paste %windir%\SoftwareDistribution\ and then hit the Enter key. You will be taken to the Software Distribution area that is found on your PC.
  • Open the DataStore folder. This folder contains all the files that are related to Windows Updates that were run in the past. To clear this history, you will have to delete all the contents of this folder. Press Ctrl and A keys together to select all the files in the folder and then press Delete key to move all these files to the Recycle Bin.
  • If you wish to permanently delete all these files, you will have to press down Shift and Delete keys together. You may delete these files permanently as there is no harm in losing these files.
  • After deleting these files, restart your computer and you will have a clear Windows Update history. To keep the Windows Update history cleared out, you can repeat these steps every few months.

By following the simple steps given above, you will be able to delete the Windows Update history without encountering any errors. If you have any doubts or if you are not comfortable doing these steps on your own, you can seek help from the Windows help and support team. They will assist you in finishing these steps successfully without encountering any errors.

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All New Information About Windows 10 For ARM Devices

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If you do not already know, recent rumors state that the Windows 10 operating system will be released for public preview on October 30, 2014. However, this release is only for the PC version and no updates are available about the release dates for Windows 10 OS for Windows RT devices. However, it is confirmed that Microsoft will be pushing for the review sometime in the first quarter of 2015.

As we know, the Threshold ARM preview will enable Windows powered tablets like Surface RT and Surface 2 to test out the new features of the brand new Modern User Interface that Windows 10 boasts. The preview will also be available for Windows Phone devices apart from the support for Windows RT tablets.

Windows Threshold has several interesting features, biggest one being the first ever cloud powered operating system. This means, unlike previous OS versions, Windows Threshold will receive updates constantly, like in Microsoft Azure and Office 365. Instead of periodical update cycle that Windows used to experience, Windows 10 will get updates that are more frequent in nature. Moreover, these updates will be available for both desktops and Windows mobile devices.

What are the implications of this? For one, Windows Threshold could be the last major version for Windows for a long while. According to the latest update scheme, no further Windows OS versions will be released. That means, instead of Windows 10 and Windows 11, users will be receiving all new features on the Threshold OS itself. As can be observed, this is a major development for Windows OS and will hope to entice a whole legion of Windows users who felt betrayed by the Windows 8 OS. Contact our Windows help department for a detailed description of cloud-based OSs.

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This leaves a number of questions, for example, whether Windows new update schedule will be subscription based. Rumors are that Windows 10 will be free for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users. However, there are no leads on finding the pricing scheme of the all new operating system.

There are several rumors afloat, from making Windows OS a yearly service pack to labeling a fee on all future update packs. Some rumors even suggest that certain features will be disabled by Windows during free use, and instead, will charge in return for providing the service.

At present, there are no leads on the pricing scheme of Windows 9 OS. Windows users will have to anxiously wait for the public release in order to know all the features about the OS in detail. Contact our Windows help desk for more details.

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