We are pleased to bring you the Activator (KMS tools) for Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1. The Activator does not require user intervention, the entire activation process takes place in the background, just run the activator and a couple of minutes to check the activation status of Windows and/or Office. Its not tested in every sistem, so we’ll be very grateful to receive your feedback.
KMSpico 10.1.8 FINAL + Portable (Office and Windows 10 Activator)
KMSpico – is the ideal tool to activate the final version of Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Office 2010/2013/2016.
– Make exceptions to Directory %ProgramFiles%KMSpico*.exe in Antivirus or Defender.
– Requirements: .NET 4.0 or Windows 8/8.1/10/2012/2016.
Windows Vista Bussines/Enterprise
Windows 7 Professional/Enterprise
Windows 8/8.1/10 All (By Now)
Office 2010/2013/2016 (Theorically)
Windows Server 2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2/2016 (Theorically)
The Activator works with any trial version or almost any version downloaded separately. If you find any problems, please leave us a comment with your Windows version.
(All KMS tools, like Win10 Digital Activation, Office 2013-2019 C2R Install, etc)
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New things in this Windows 10
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is the latest major update of Microsoft‘s operating system, it is the second and last of the year, Redmond’s have already accustomed us to receive two annual updates that continue adding news and improving the experience. This new version of Windows adds a good handful of things, and pretty good things, just that the execution of everything leaves a little or enough to be desired.
Microsoft seems to have a lot of good ideas to improve, on paper they all sound excellent, but when you find them implemented on your computer (if you find them), it is that the illusion falls. Many seem half done, or still in a preliminary version, sometimes it seems that all users were Insiders and everyone who uses this Windows is a beta tester. This October update is perhaps the one I have most felt like in more than three years of this version, and we will explain in detail why.
If you want to know what news this new Windows hides you will have to dig a lot, many are literally hidden or buried in menus that without help or patience you would never find. Others despite being the “stars” of the update are a bit disappointing, and others have so much potential spotted by foolish failures that make you want to mourn a single tear of frustration.
The explorer has a dark theme, and what else?
Again, as in previous versions, most of the news remain hidden from users because Microsoft does not make a more active effort to show them, if you never open Microsoft Edge (the market share of this browser indicates that almost nobody opens it ), or you actively choose to look for the Recommendations app (which many do not even know exists), you will not find out about many of the new features and less on how to use them.
If you have been following the news on Windows 10, it is likely that one of the things you remember most of all that has been talked about this update is the dark theme of the file explorer. It’s something we’ve never had in Windows in all its history, unless you count the high contrast issues.
It is an excellent addition, finally take a step to add consistency to the dark theme that was present since its release but that only obscured some elements of the interface and always ignored the browser. Unfortunately the little attention to detail put into it saddens me. The icons do not look good on that black background, especially those in the ribbon menu, and the help button is the worst.
I honestly believe that Microsoft could have done something better, I believe it because I have seen and used third party themes that do a better job (and because the Microsoft design team does great things that unfortunately are never implemented), and as with every update of Windows 10 is more and more difficult to keep patched the system to install compatible third-party themes, it would be nice to have a default theme that looks better and more careful. But I suppose that for some it will be enough.
This is another of the star novelties of the October update, and it’s pretty cool if someone finds out that it exists. Until today I get that too many people do not know the benefits of Microsoft Launcher on Android (despite being in the top 5 personalization apps in the Play Store). Using the Microsoft launcher is not equivalent to automatically take advantage of all the integration already offered, especially with Continue on PC, and more if you add the use of the Edge browser and Android at the same time.
Microsoft having already all that has decided to launch another application for Android (and for iOS too, although not yet available) to integrate Windows 10 with your mobile. The app is called “Your Phone”, but do not look for it by that name if you live in Spain or Latin America, or you will get confused.
No, the app has the most generic name and icons possible and inconsistent, it’s called “Your phone’s complement” or “Phone’s companion” at the same time. Once you update to this new version of Windows 10 there will be no indicator anywhere that you can use your mobile to read SMS and view your photos.
And if you first install the app on Android you’ll probably be just as confused because they do not tell you anything (it looks like an advertising field of all Microsoft apps for Android). If you enter the Windows 10 Settings, or press the Windows key and type “Your phone” you will be able to find the blessed function. You just have to connect your phone with Windows by logging in with your Microsoft account and then accept the permissions that they ask for on your mobile.
This part has a certain lag, but once ready it will only take a moment for the phone app in Windows to show you all your SMS, and the photos of your gallery. The good part about this is that you can use the images in your mobile’s gallery as if you had them stored on your computer.
Inbox Live Mail 2018 10 04 11 46 23 Just drag any image of your mobile from the companion app and use it in any program.
In that aspect it works perfectly, drag any photo from the app of your phone to any app in Windows 10, to the browser, wherever, and insert it automatically. You can take the photos, edit them and share them, but you can not erase anything from your mobile from the computer.
Another detail is that if you delete or add new images on your mobile, you must manually update the gallery and have some delay a bit annoying. Except for that, he does what he says, and does it well.
Again, its biggest flaw is being hidden and having such a poor image in the Play Store. On the side of the SMS little to say, it also does what it is supposed to do, you can read messages and respond, if you are one of those who still use that form of prehistoric communication.
Cutouts and sketch
Windows 10 has just introduced a new screenshot tool, its name is “Crop and sketch” and fulfills various functions. The first is to replace the classic Clipping tool that has been going on for years and go completely unnoticed, the second is to integrate the Windows Ink work area in the same application, and the third is to improve the screen capture experience.
It achieves all three things, but again, there are several flaws that make you feel like you are facing an incomplete product and in the testing phase. They have not even deleted the old Cutting tool, so if you search for “Cut” from the start menu you will find both results. This is the star of apps and duplicate functions, which the Control Panel says.
If you start the old Cutting tool, it will have a notice that tells you it is going out, and what better to use Cut and sketch. The keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot with the new tool is Windows Key + Shift + S.
It’s quite simple, automatically the screen goes dark and a small menu appears for you to choose if you want to capture the whole screen or make a selection. But, sometimes it fails to make a selection, half of the time I tried to take a capture, the capture was never taken. How can such a simple app fail so much? The old Cutouts works better. I sincerely prefer to keep pressing the Windows Key + Print Screen that saves the entire desktop in the image folder, or use a third party tool.
At the time of editing you do not have too many options either, the basics: write, draw, use a draft. There is no option to capture a window, there is no option to include the mouse pointer, there is no option to use a timer to take the capture.
It seems that there is no option to change the keyboard shortcut, but in fact it does exist, you can configure to start the tool simply by pressing the Print Screen key (much more comfortable), but that configuration option is so hidden that I forgot several times where the sun was.
One would think that it is in the configuration options of the same app “Cut and sketch“, one would be wrong. Do not ever look for something that has to do with “capture” because it has nothing to do with taking screenshots but with recording the screen when playing video games.
The option to change the key of the screen captures is within the Accessibility options under the keyboard interaction section, almost at the end, in a line where it says “Direct access to print screen”. I do not know what else to say.
The new sky clipboard
This is one of my favorite new features, by default it is not active, so you have to go to Settings> System> Clipboard, to activate the Clipboard History. This opens up a wonderful world of synchronization and productivity possibilities.
First of all, the clipboard will save everything you copy and you will have it at hand simply by pressing the Windows + V key, this adds a great productivity layer so you do not have to copy the same thing multiple times each time you want to paste text, even save the images that you have in the clipboard, like when you make a capture.
Also, if you synchronize it with the cloud, you can not only paste elements copied to another device, but you can also do it on Android. Yes, thanks to the Microsoft Launcher that we have already available some time ago, you can access the clipboard from Android.
A simple renewal of the clipboard is perhaps the function that has most excited me about the whole update
From the clipboard history you can also fix copied elements to have them at the top of the list. It’s like a mini notebook that keeps everything you copy. Of this function I have absolutely nothing bad to say, the synchronization in the cloud is optional, you can always deactivate it, and on the desktop it is simply an envoy from heaven.
The search and details
There are quite a few more details that have been improved with this update, little things like that the Bluetooth menu now indicates how much battery is left in the connected devices, or that the Task Manager now shows you the power consumption per process.
The search experience has been significantly improved, the results that the start menu now offers are much more complete and useful. We can preview documents and images from there when searching, and even if we search by app we will get not only options from that app but a list with the last files used in that app. Personally, I never use Cortana, but if I’m married to the Windows search engine, I appreciate this kind of improvement.
The notebook, although you may not believe it, has received improvements in the year 2018. Find and replace words, automatic filling of the search field, zoom in the text, new keyboard shortcuts, etc. They are not a revolution and perhaps only a tiny niche of users are excited about this, but they are there in the same way.
In theory Windows 10 should stop restarting at the worst time to install updates, is something we will see over time. The old disk-space releaser was supposed to say goodbye, but here it goes, doing the same thing as the storage sensor. And a little more.
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