Tag: tablets

Thursday - March 4th, 2021

Installing Windows 10 April 2018 Update on NuVision Windows 10 Tablets

With the availability of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, I decided to try and update my NuVision TM800W610L (8 inch) and the TM101W610L Solo Draw (10 inch) tablets. I used the in-place upgrade process and it worked like a champ! These are small form factor devices with Intel ATOM processors, 2 GB of RAM, and just 32GB of storage and have always been a challenge in the past to install feature updates. Today that all changed for me.

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 188 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 188 of Observed Tech. In this show I start off talking about more Universal Windows Platform apps, Windows 10 Mobile and its status, continued progress on Windows 10 Redstone builds and the recent Microsoft Band 2 update. I then jump into tablet sales numbers for 2015, what the former Microsoft CEO has to say about the companies direction, the basics of Mainstream vs Extended support from Microsoft and the lack of Surface Pro 3 devices on store shelves. I then wrap up talking about the senior wearables market, a reboot of Circuit City, Amazon’s shipping costs and eBay’s failure to completely fix a vulnerability on their website that can target customers. Of course there are plenty of other items sprinkled throughout the show so please enjoy everything and thanks for listening.

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 180 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 180 of Observed Tech. This week I catch you up on some Windows 10 Mobile news including my continuing experience with the Lumia 950, the expected public release date of Windows 10 Mobile, which Lumia’s are expected to see the update first, what printers are compatible with the new mobile operating system and the current number of devices running Windows 10 Mobile. Of course, the blame game for Windows 10 Mobile and the lack of Lumia 950/950 XL devices on Verizon ramps up but we also discuss how Microsoft is no longer throwing everything out there to see what sticks when it comes to mobile. Other areas that come up for discussion includes Microsoft’s plans for Internet Explorer on older version of Windows, tablet shipments, and HPE agreeing to sell the Microsoft cloud to its Enterprise customers. As always other tidbits are scattered throughout the show so tune in to hear all the subjects we have listed for the show. Until next time enjoy the show and thanks for listening.

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 158 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 158 of the Observed Tech PODCAST. This week the news shifts from a pure Windows 10 tint to a combination of multiple subjects including the one year anniversary of Satya Nadella as Microsoft’s CEO, a campaign to make PC’s clean again, how I feel about Android apps on Windows Phone, more Microsoft acquisitions, the potential of Microsoft Band and enthusiasm builds for Windows 10. Of course there are plenty of other news items that get discussed in this review of the past week in tech as well so come on in and take part in the discussion. Until next time enjoy the show and thanks for listening.

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