Some of the Insiders who are running a build of Windows 10 have seen a prompt saying that “This build of Windows will expire soon” and that their PC will restart every few hours. This means that non-final builds have an expiration date and when time comes, Microsoft warns users about the “time bomb” date.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 to Fast ring users, and Insiders have started reporting that the time bomb date we’ve told you in the introduction is July 15th. Others were luckier, as they’ve reported that the expiration date is in October, but either way, according to Dona Sarkar, leader of Microsoft’s Windows Insider program, a new build of Windows 10 will be released before July 15th.
On the other hand, Microsoft keeps pushing users to upgrade to Windows 10, by sending them notifications to remind them that the Windows 10 free upgrade offer will expire on July 29. After they won’t do it on time, they will no longer take advantage of the offer and they’ll pay over 100 dollars for an upgrade to Windows 10. So, if you have a valid license for Windows 7, 8 or 8.1, you should not dismiss the notification, because you will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free.
On the other hand, AccuWeather app was just updated for both PC and mobile, and version 10.0.256.0 comes with an updated design to main page; support for languages such as Hindi and Arabic; localization enhancements; feature updates; performance enhancements; bug fixes and an improved lay-out. This is a weather app, offering 120 minute-by-minute precipitation forecasts, being available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland and Japan. If a storm is heading to your way, this application will let you know. In addition, it has a dark theme enabled and Cortana integration.
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