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replied the topic How to Download and Install Windows 10 Technical Preview for Phones? created by Rana




How to Download and Install Windows 10 Technical Preview for Phones
Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones is now available to download. This is a pre-release version of Microsoft's upcoming mobile operating system. You should only download this if you want to try a new operating system on your Windows Phone device. Since this is beta software, many of your favourite apps may not work on it and upgrading to it right now is not recommended on your primary phone as the preview is still very much a work in progress.

If you have a spare Windows Phone device lying around or if you love playing around with latest (potentially buggy) builds of operating systems, then read on.

Supported devices

Currently, Microsoft says only six Lumia phones can download and install Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. These are:

Lumia 630
Lumia 635
Lumia 636
Lumia 638
Lumia 730
Lumia 830
More phones will be supported in future builds, but for now only users of the phones listed above can try Windows 10 Technical Preview.

Backing up your data

This is beta software and hence can be very buggy. That's why we recommend that you make a complete backup of your Windows Phone first. We have written a detailed guide on how to backup and delete all data on your Windows Phone device and you must go follow all the steps listed there before proceeding.




(Also see: How to Backup Contacts on Your Smartphone)

Downloading and installing Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones

The process for downloading Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones is not too hard, especially if you know how to download and install Windows 10 Technical Preview on your PC. Follow these steps.

Head to the Windows Insider page.

Click Get Started to sign up for the programme.

Enter your Outlook.com email address and password.

Click Sign in.

Read the terms of service, scroll down and check I accept the terms of this agreement (required).

Click Submit.

Scroll down and click Phone.

Scroll down and click Get the preview.

Download the Windows Insider app on your Windows Phone device.

Open the app and sign in using your Microsoft account.

Tap Get preview builds.

Here you'll have to choose between receiving OS updates as they're released or after some bugs have been fixed. Tap Insider Fast to stay on the bleeding edge or pick Insider Slow if you'd like a slightly more reliable build.

Take a look at all the warnings and then tap Accept.

Tap the Windows button on your phone.

Go to Settings > Phone Update.

Tap Check for updates.

Now you'll be able to download the latest Windows 10 builds for your smartphone. Tell us about your experience with Windows 10 on mobile and PC via the comments. For more tutorials, visit our

692 days ago
replied the topic Can I put my computer (tower) on its side, or does it need to stand up? created by Rana

While most of the hardware inside the computer -- the motherboard, CPU, graphics card, and memory -- are solid state parts, there are a few components that have moving parts. The hard drive, for example, is spinning at thousands of rotations every second. If the hard drive is not designed to be used at various angles, it may wear down sooner than expected. While most hard drives can be used horizontally or vertically, it is best keep them in the position they came in.

The most common problem with tilting a computer on its side is related to the optical drive. When you put a CD or DVD in your computer, it spins very fast, just like the hard disk. If the drive is not meant to be used vertically, the disc may wobble and the computer will not be able to read it correctly. You may even have problems getting the disc into the computer when it is sideways. Optical drives that can be used vertically often have small levers around the edges of the CD tray that can be pushed over the CD to hold it in place. Some slot-loading optical drives can also be used vertically (i.e. the iMac G5), but many should only be used horizontally.
Whether or not you think your CD/DVD drive supports vertical positioning, it is best to check your computer manual to see if the computer can be placed on its side. The convenience of positioning the tower horizontally certainly isn't worth the hassle of replacing a broken optical drive or hard disk.

692 days ago
replied the topic how to go to a view in shared folder from a home folder in mvc using c? created by Zaaib

Hi@Zaaib You should not be generating an anchor tag which points to the view file directly without an action method. Ideally you should create an action method throuh which you will render the view.

If you are trying to render some re-usable view. You should use Html.Partial method in your main page

@Html.Partial("~/Views/Shared/_AddBranch.cshtml")

Razor will include the HTML markup for the _AddBranch.cshtml when it renders your main page

If you want to pass a model/viewmodel to the partial, you can use this overload

@Html.Partial("~/Views/Shared/_AddBranch.cshtml",Model.YourModelYouWantToPass)
Assuming YourModelYouWantToPass is a property of the model of your main page and your partial view is strongly typed to the type of YourModelYouWantToPass property.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34026356/how-to-go-to-a-view-in-shared-folder-from-a-view-in-home-folder-in-mvc-using-c-s

739 days ago
replied the topic As of July 2015, what number Windows became the most recent version of Windows for personal computers? created by Arain

I think Windows 10 is became the most recent version of Windows for personal computers.

772 days ago
replied the topic What’s the best way to backup my phone? created by Arain

There are multiple solutions available to backup an Android phone and Titanium Backup PRO is considered to be one of the best solutions available.

This app has the ability to backup every part of your phone and even export the backups through email or sync them to Dropbox.

772 days ago
replied the topic My Android phone has frozen every 20 or 30 mints,what is the problem? created by Arain

You just need to restart your phone to kick start a frozen android phone.

772 days ago
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