Monthly Archives: March 2019

Microsoft Releases March “Patch Tuesday” Updates

Microsoft has just released new “Patch Tuesday” updates for all supported versions of Windows 10. If you’re running the latest version 1809, you can now install the build 17763.379 (KB4489899) from Windows Update. This new build brings a fix for the gaming performance degradation issue that came with the previous optional update, and HoloLens users should also see some improvements with tracking and device calibration. You can check the full list of improvements and fixes below: Addresses an issue in Microsoft HoloLens with trac...

All New Approach To Traditional IT

Chandler, Arizona, March 11, 2019 Anyone that has had any experience in an office is familiar with the saying “contact the IT department”. This is usually a recommendation that is met with frustration and anxiety because of how long it is sure to take in order to get your computer back up and running in order to get your work done. Welcome Orca IT Solutions, a company that is new to the valley, but definitely not new to the IT game. Started in 2004, Orca IT Solutions has been providing customers with exceptional customer service and innova...

Apple’s AR Headset Coming 2020

Apple's first rumored head-mounted augmented reality device could be ready by the middle of next year, according to a new report out today from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via Economic Daily News [Google Translate]). According to Kuo, Apple's AR glasses will be marketed as an iPhone accessory and primarily take a display role while wirelessly offloading computing, networking, and positioning to the iPhone. Designing the AR glasses to work as an iPhone accessory is also expected to allow Apple to keep the glasses slim and lightweight, rath...

Windows 10 19H1 build

Heads up Windows Insiders, Microsoft has just released the 19H1 build 18351 for those of you on the Fast Ring. Microsoft is now done adding new features to the next major Windows 10 update, so this is another minor update with only bug fixes. The release notes mentioned that the “Change how capitalized text is read” feature in Narrator has been disabled in this build due to reliability issue, and it’s worth noting that Microsoft still hasn’t fixed the issues related to anti-cheat software and Creative X-Fi sound cards. You can check...
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