Windows 10, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and What Microsoft Has for Us Next

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— Dubbed “Windows Cloud,”
the tech world is wondering how long it will be
until Windows Insiders can test drive Microsoft’s new OS, mostly
shrouded in secrecy. Microsoft’s history has been
that about as soon as they get one app (or operating system)
working pretty well, they substitute a wholly new one
(think Internet Explorer being replaced by Edge
and Windows Media Player being replaced with Groove, in Windows 10).
Meanwhile, Cortana’s capabilities only increase and I believe are set
to be included in Windows Cloud.
How long until the future, Microsoft?

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Windows 10, Artificial Intelligence (AI)
and What Microsoft Has for Us Next

If common sense were to prevail, one would conclude
that “Windows Cloud” is some good length of time
from being released, though that never stopped Microsoft before.
Let’s it right this time good people….

The Daily Walk with Love (link to Home page and blog), March 10, 2018, by Paul Evans. Some of this updated and rewritten article is from Linux, Windows 10 & Artificial Intelligence (AI) — Updated, January 18, 2018, by Paul Evans. Featured photograph is courtesy of karara160 and Pinterest. Microsoft, you are losing the battle over sexy girls who support you in posing for wallpapers to both Ubuntu and Manjaro Linux, better up your game.

Also see Understanding “The Internet of Things” (IoT) and the Future, in large part from The Singularity: What Is It and Should You Be Afraid?, published recently and here is lightly edited, from The Daily Walk with love to you:

I personally think that machine (computer) intelligence exceeded human intelligence in many ways back with Windows 8.0. It was at that point that the “Creator” folder was removed (or disappeared) from the Windows folder. (Everybody felt like Windows 8 had been designed by a computer the moment they got a look at the Start menu.) Keep in mind, (then), that computers have been a big part (themselves) of designing successive generations of new computer operating systems for some time now with Windows and Apple, although I believe NOT with Linux, which I think is mostly designed by humans. I’m somewhat pessimistic about AI and the future for mankind, especially the common man, but NOT because of Microsoft and THEIR spying and the Illuminati, except at the top. I mainly fear the richest of the Jewish bankers such as the Rockefellers and billionaires in general, and their greed and machinations.

Given the inroads Linux is starting to make (about 3.6 percent of all computers now run Linux), Microsoft would be well advised to 1.) offer Windows 10 as a subscription at a low monthly price, say, $12 a month over a 20 month contract, which makes you twice as much, Microsoft, 2.) remove a good deal of the adware in their apps, 3.) reduce the level of spying in Windows 10, and then 4.) offer more free support for their products after purchase. These “reforms” would advance your perception in the tech world and bring over some of the XP, Vista and Windows 7 people, as well as Linux users. Linux is good, and it’s getting better, too, and it’s always been free. Keep it in mind, Microsoft.

Microsoft has their all-new Surface Pro out at the following prices: Starting at $799, or $40/mo. for 24 months. Assuming that the new Surface Pro gets free updates for the whole 24 months, I really wish I could afford it.

I just don’t buy the conclusion that Microsoft has gone all dark, as some people say, although it’s obvious of course that any huge corporation is a mixed bag. (And so are the Masons not “black or white, the men who essentially founded America — to say Masons are evil is like saying that all of American history is evil, and it just isn’t so.) Microsoft’s apps do behave a lot more like adware than they should… but it’s a free and very capitalist society we do live in, for better or worse, and that’s the way I feel about Microsoft and me, it’s “for better or worse, and compared to Windows 8, this is much better. I do tend to trust Cortana, who so far as I can see, follows the Platinum Rule: “do unto others as they need from you.” But I do not trust much at all the whole series of innovations associated with the Singularity, and I strongly believe we MUST dial back the whole push for automation, AI and robots and go more slowly and carefully (except maybe with Cortana. I am not familiar with the situation with Apple’s Siri). You can download the latest Windows 10 “Windows Insider” advanced build here. Windows 10 Home is $120 and Windows 10 Pro is $199. A link to get the latest Linux Mint is below.

With Windows 10 Home, you get Cortana (for those new to this, she is a virtual, artificially intelligent personal assistant with a LOT of capabilities), you get the new Edge internet browser, the new Groove music app (which substantially takes the place of Windows Media Player, although that’s still there as is Internet Explorer.), the chance to get a subscription for Office 365 (with six of the Office 2016 Office programs at a great price of $7 a month, along with a Terabyte of storage in the Cloud), Xbox for Windows 10 and a chance to get the free Kindle app which lets you experience Kindle eBooks right on your PC. What’s not to love?

See The Real Price of Windows 10 is Your Privacy, BetaNews, July 31, 2015. However Microsoft has somewhat addressed the whole privacy issue with subsequent releases of Windows 10. But with every app featured on the new OS steals information from you and behaves like adware… I’m saying it’s your money and your privacy at stake… if you trust Microsoft and the Bilderberg group above them to know everything about you, by all means, get Windows 10 today. I once saw a statement that at the current rate of growth, Microsoft would own EVERYTHING in fifteen years. Whether that last is credible or not, Microsoft has made Windows 10 a really cool OS, and if you trust the Illuminati, go ahead… Microsoft, since you read these articles too, why Not offer Windows 10 on a 20 month contract at $12 a month, as you do with Office 365, 20 x 12 is $240, guys, not $120. This is a gift of the gods dropped firmly in your lap, Microsoft. Your market share might actually increase if you offered your whole OS and most things you sell by subscription, and ultimately you would make more money, too.

I think it’s important that as many people as possible understand today’s utter lack of privacy on the internet or app using internet. At this point privacy is a “quaint notion,” and Microsoft does this more out in the open than do many programs, or online web services or even websites. The fact that Microsoft does theirs out in the open is a Good Sign. And let’s realize in terms of security, America has a lot of enemies and we truly need to have the surveillance (for example cyber-terrorists are trying to take down are electrical grid) as we do have now.

The real price of Windows 10 is your privacy

To do Microsoft justice, let me give you just one small example of how useful Windows 10 is for me as a writer. Let’s say I’m using the new Edge browser. Say I’m doing a little research for an article I’m writing and find a gem of a paragraph (which I will not doubt use in the article). Well, then, I just highlight (select) the paragraph, right click it, and then click “Ask Cortana.” Almost immediately, Cortana gives me all the cool links and some concise subject matter on the subject of this paragraph, the best from the whole web using the whole capability of the Cloud of networked satellites. Everything she provides is highly relevant, too.

So is Windows 10 great? Yes, it’s only getting better, too. (You may find that there are issues running Windows 10 on older machines.) If you have $120 or $200 to spare I would say that it is very well spent. I wouldn’t worry about the surveillance, several entities do it and this is America, not Nazi Germany or Stalin’s Soviet Union. I know I have flipped a few times as to what operating system I think is best… it just depends on how much you have to spend and how paranoid about the Illuminati you are. I don’t think you would be going wrong either way, Windows or Linux. Apple is something I don’t know much about so I have left it out of the discussion. I will say that I read maybe five years ago that it is 49 percent (officially) owned by Microsoft, but anyway the choice is yours, I’m only providing you with some information.

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

See The real success of AI will only come with treating workers well, ZDNet, August 14, 2017, by Steve Ranger: “The tech industry is going to be a case study for the impact of AI in the workplace, but can it rise to the challenge?” See OK, Automation and Artificial Intelligence, In the name of God Don’t Forget Compassion for the Common Man, recently on The Daily Walk with Love, by Paul Evans.

Also see Understanding “The Internet of Things” (IoT) and the Future, The Daily Walk with Love, December 25, 2017, by Paul Evans.

See What to do First with Your New Linux Mint (Updated), The Daily Walk with Love, December 22, 2017, by Paul Evans. This tells you all the (free) programs you might want to add to your new OS, out of long experience. Even a seasoned Linux user might find a goody or two. Links to download what I consider to be the three best Linux operating systems are in this article.

Windows 10 God Mode


“Which brings me to Windows GodMode, also known as the Windows Master Control Panel shortcut. To access it, create a new folder on your desktop and rename it (cutting and pasting is a good idea here, curly brackets and all [everything inside the quotes]): “GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}.”

With this you’ll get a control panel icon labeled GodMode, which gives you fast access to hundreds of features that are usually buried inside of Windows Settings and more.

See HUMANS 2.0: HOW THE ROBOT REVOLUTION IS GOING TO CHANGE HOW WE SEE, FEEL, AND TALK, Tech Republic, by Nick Heath: “Robots aren’t going to replace us, but by working hand in hand with us they will redefine what it means to be human.”

Watch Artificial Intelligence and the future | André LeBlanc | TEDxMoncton, TEDx Talks on YouTube, 10:06.

Watch Artificial intelligence: dream or nightmare? | Stefan Wess | TEDxZurich, TEDx Talks on YouTube, 13:37.

Watch Neil Young – Rockin’ In The Free World (Glastonbury 2009), YouTube music video – 11:47.

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