Hey guys! Here I will show you how to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10, 8.1 or 8. First, you will need a freshly formatted USB Drive. To Format a USB Drive in Windows, just open File Manager, then right click on the USB Drive in the corner and click Format. Format the USB Drive as … Continue reading How to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10/8.1/8
ECG SeaSurf for Windows Build 1 End of Support. When I was first developing ECG SeaSurf, I planned a "Build 1" so users could provide feedback before the release of the web browser. Did you know that developer builds don't have a very long support life cycle. They are supported with mainstream support until the … Continue reading ECG SeaSurf For Windows Build 1 End of Support date
I have been working on ECG SeaSurf for Windows 1.1 (expected release February 2017). It is designed to bring small enhancements to ECG SeaSurf 1.x (2017). It will apply some new changes to ECG SeaSurf, such as... Bigger font. "Google Search" text in address bar when web browser started up or Home button clicked. Blue … Continue reading SeaSurf For Windows Version 1.1 (February 2017) sneaky peek
Windows 8 without Windows 8.1 support ended on the 12th January 2016. As today is the 12th January 2017, if you are still using Windows 8 without Windows 8.1, today is the perfect day to upgrade your OS. Windows 7 will still get security patches until 2020.
SeaSurf is now available for Windows and is stable. SeaSurf 1.0 for Windows, it will be known as. Get ECG SeaSurf 1.0 for Windows here! Remember to leave feedback as always, and find ECG SeaSurf download links on the SeaSurf homepage! Thank you for your interest and enthusiasm for ECG SeaSurf! Epic Chas Gamer 😀
Windows is probably one, if not the, most popular operating systems in the world. SeaSurf is my web browser project, with an expected release this year. So what happens if you combine the two? You get SeaSurf for Windows! An early build has been released today, and Visual Studio - the software I used to … Continue reading SeaSurf for Windows – Build 1 Final
Windows 10 includes a powerful* digital assistant called Cortana. Cortana can do lots. From asking questions to reminding yourself to go to the shops to pick up some milk later, Cortana can do more than just that. To access Cortana, click on the circle next to the Windows Logo (or click in the Search box) … Continue reading Getting Started with Cortana on Windows 10
Windows 10 has a feature called Windows Snap. It allows you to do multiple things at once - play Minecraft while browsing the web. To use Windows Snap, click Task view (next to Cortana) and right click on the the window you want to snap to the left. Click Snap left. Click task view again … Continue reading Using Windows Snap on Windows 10