Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9860 .You will get this update automatically via Windows Update on Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9841.
You may try the following also:
1.Open PC Settings of Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9841.
2.Scroll down to Update and recovery.
3.Click Preview builds.
4.Click Download now.
The download will range between 2GB and 2.74GB depending on CPU architecture and language.
Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9860
Microsoft has recently launched Windows 10 Technical Preview. This is a very early build and lots to come in near future builds.
After installing some updates you may face problem. If such scenario happens then you can uninstall those updates to make things normal again. This is a small video clip on how to uninstall technical preview updates.
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Meegopad Intel Quad Core Z3735F windows8.1 mini pc dongle TV dongle windows set top box. It runs on Ubantu,Android,Windows8.1,Linux support.
A dongle+TV =Huge Computer
Watch multi-films,TVs,Videos online
||Bay Trail-T Quad Core (4C/4T) SoC 2W
BGA 17mm x 17mm x 1mm
||Supports Intel® Burst Technology Supports 2MB of L2 Cache
||one chanel, 1GB(For Z3735G,32bit)/2GB(For Z3735F 64bit)
||Sound Codec chip
||AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz,5V/2A
||Dimension(L x W x H)
This is all about dual booting on Surface Pro 3.Unlike other systems dual booting with Windows 10 Technical Preview on Surface Pro 3 is not an easy task. To get it going you have to do the followings:
1.Firstly grab the latest drivers of Surface Pro3.
2.Now disable Bitlocker. Shrink the C: drive to 40 GB via Disk Management. There is no need to format the partition.
3.Create a USB Boot ISO for Windows 10 Technical Preview with the help of ‘Rufus’ .Once done reboot.
4.Do some setting changes in BIOS. Set ‘Secure Boot’ to disabled .
5.Boot to Windows. Choose > Settings > Change PC Settings >Update and Recovery > Recover Under Advanced Start-up choose Restart now.
6.Surface will start booting from USB.
Dual Boot Surface 3 with Windows 10
Group Video Messaging
Introducing Skype Qik (say “quick”), a free* video messenger made for capturing moments and sharing laughs throughout your day. Set up a group and immediately start shooting and swapping videos. Send something to crack your friends up, or show off a new dance move—whatever you want. New messages are added to a chat that you can watch like a movie with a single tap. Qik even lets you erase your video right out of the chat.**
Don’t just send just text or photos. Go full-video with Qik.
What can you do with Qik?
• Create groups in a flash: grab a bunch of friends from your phone’s address book and start a private chat.
• Erase your message and it disappears from the conversation.**
• Keep it fresh—messages are automatically erased from Qik after two weeks.
• Start a conversation any time—no login, usernames, or passwords needed.
* Mobile data rates may apply.. We recommend using an unlimited data plan or WiFi connection.
** It may be possible for recipients to capture and save videos elsewhere before you delete them from Qik.
Not only is Qik brand new, it’s the very first app from Skype…since Skype. That’s as new as it gets.
When Windows Technical Preview was launched earlier this month then many added WMC to it using the product key of WMC which was used earlier on Windows 8 Professional.After adding WMC all found the name changed to “Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center”.
Here is the comment from Microsoft Support Engineer:
I tried a System Restore today on Windows Technical Preview. Once the operation completed it gave me the following message: -
“System Restore did not complete successfully. Your computer’s system files and settings were not changed.
Details: An unspecified error occurred during System Restore. (0x800700b7).”
The system restarted and it gave me this message:
“System Restore completed successfully. The system has been restored to 07-10-2014…..”
I couldn’t find the undo System Restore option.