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The technical preview for Windows 10 includes a “fast track” for people who want access to the latest builds quickly, but that process doesn’t always seem to deliver builds much faster than the regular releases for more cautious folks. Why is that?
Although it missed the official deadline, the Federal Government today released the Intergenerational Report, which emerges every five years and attempts to project what Australian society (and its associated finances) will look like for future generations. One trend the report is keen to embrace? Big data.
Last November, Microsoft quietly rolled out Clutter, an Office 365 feature that aims to automatically highlight the most important messages in your inbox. Administrators can now tweak how Clutter works so that vital messages aren’t de-prioritised.