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    User concept imagines Microsoft’s foldable Windows 10 device


    Numerous patents have emerged online shedding light on how Microsoft might be developing its dual-screen laptop codenamed ‘Centaurus’. Only a few days ago, a patent revealed display technology for dual-screen PC and another patent showcased Microsoft’s solution to address appearance discontinuous problem on dual-screen hardware.

    Based on the rumours, leaks and information, designer Ryan Smalley has created a new concept ‘Surface Note’. The concept imagines a device seamlessly working as a foldable tablet and gaming console.

    The concept puts an Alcantara-like Fabric on the back of the foldable device to offer a premium look. Alcantara is the same Italian-made fabric that Microsoft uses on a number of products for its Surface lineup, including the Surface Pro and Type Cover.

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    Image Courtesy: Ryan Smalley

    The concept images show how the device could use Microsoft’s patented gaming controller for mobile devices to run games. The patent revealed two controllers that would attach to either side of a smartphone, and allow users to run games without using touch controls.

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    Image Courtesy: Ryan Smalley

    It’s worth mentioning that these renders are solely based on patents and such a device may never make it to market.

    The rumours of the Surface Centaurus are building up and Microsoft might announce the device later this year or early next year. Microsoft has mulled dual-screen Courier idea in the past, but it’s likely that this time things will be different.

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  2. BT pairing code for Microsoft Foldable Keyboard not displayed

    Hi Adrian,

    We would like to know more about your concern. Kindly provide us more details by answering the following questions:

    • Has the Microsoft Foldable Keyboard in Windows 10 computer ever worked?
    • What specific troubleshooting have you done so far?

    Meanwhile, to help resolve your concern, we suggest that you run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter. To do this, refer to these steps:

    • On the Start menu, type Troubleshooting, and then hit
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    • Select and run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter.

    You can also refer to the steps provided in this article on how to set up a Bluetooth keyboard in Windows 10.

    Should you have further questions, let us know.
     
    Monica Cam, Jul 16, 2019
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  3. Microsoft Selects Dolby Audio for Windows 10

    it would've been great if microsoft added HEVC decoders, LAV filters along with other codecs with Windows 10, and developing WMP to be better than VLC, KMPlayer and such sorts of media players.

    Nevertheless, this is good step for microsoft, by far.
     
    Analog_Interface, Jul 16, 2019
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  4. User concept imagines Microsoft’s foldable Windows 10 device

    Microsoft to Introduce Telemetry Data Viewer for Windows

    Remember all that talk and noise regarding Microsoft's "automagical" telemetry data collection, and how that spurred the company to create a "telemetry-less" version of its Windows 10 operating system for the Chinese market? It seems Microsoft is keen to keep giving users more information on exactly what information is gathered and when - slowly but assuredly striving for greater transparency, and looking to garner increased trust from consumers and enterprises alike.

    The much awaited capability is being baked in to the next major Windows 10 release, and Microsoft is giving Windows Insiders an early preview of the Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer utility. Adding to this new utility are some changes to the Microsoft Privacy Dashboard that will enable users to see and manage more data associated with their Microsoft accounts. Available to everyone in the Microsoft Store, the Diagnostic Data Viewer is separate from the Microsoft Privacy Dashboard, and "allows you to see, search, and take action with your diagnostic data." It's not clear yet what sort of telemetry features users will be able to stop Microsoft from collecting, if any. However, at least now you'll be able to look at exactly which processes and services are collecting data form your system. The diagnostic data that will be viewable in the new utility follows.


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    • Common Data, like the Operating System's name, the Version, Device ID, Device Class, Diagnostic level selection and so on.
    • Device Connectivity and Configuration such as device properties and capabilities, preferences and settings, peripherals, and device network information.
    • Product and Service Performance data that show device health, performance and reliability data, movie consumption functionality on the device and device file queries. It's important to note that this functionality is not intended to capture user viewing or, listening habits.
    • Product and Service Usage data includes details about the usage of the device, operating system, applications, and services.
    • Software Setup and Inventory such as installed applications and install history, device update information.
    Microsoft Privacy Dashboard
    Updates to the Microsoft Privacy Dashboard include a new Activity History page, which aims to provide a clear and easy to navigate way to see the data that is saved with users' Microsoft accounts. The Microsoft Privacy Dashboard further allows users to manage their data and change what data is collected by adjusting the privacy settings on their devices or browser at any time.

    In the coming months, Microsoft will keep the slow roll-out of additional features that will allow users to:
    • View and manage media consumption data, as well as product and service activity on the Activity History page
    • Export for any of the data you see on the dashboard
    • Delete specific items to allow for greater individual control
     
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