Posts Tagged ‘notifications’

“Use Edge” Campaign Continues, Disses Chrome and Firefox

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Rather than employing marketing strategies in an attempt to draw users to Edge, it would have made a heck of a lot more sense if Microsoft had just listened to its customers and built a better browser.

Micrsoft’s campaign to get Windows 10 users to give Microsoft Edge a try at least continues, this time stating that Edge is safer than the other two browsers. First reported by Reddit user illCodeYouABrain, the new campaign tries to pursuade users on Microsoft’s newest operating system Windows 10 that using Microsoft Edge is safer than other browsers.

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Set Up Quiet Hours without Notifications in Windows 8.1

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Notifications can be a big help sometimes, but when you’re busy and don’t want to be interrupted, they can also be a major pain in the neck.

Notifications play a big part in Windows 8, even more so than in previous versions of the operating system, as many apps that you can install from Windows Store make use of them. You will be informed about events, news or updates on a regular basis.

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