Привет! Skype Translator says Hello to Russian

Here at Skype, we are passionate about breaking down barriers. Whether it be communicating with loved ones at a distance, solving problems in real time, or speaking to someone in an entirely different language, we love bringing people together in new ways.

Today, we are thrilled to announce the addition of Russian to the eight other spoken languages available in Skype Translator including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), and Arabic, which joins the over 50 IM languages in text-to-text translation.

Skype Translator says Hello to RussianRussian is the eighth most popular spoken language in the world and our Russian-speaking customers around the world have always been particularly enthusiastic about Skype Translator. For months, we’ve received many requests to include Russian in Skype Translator’s audio language portfolio and we are excited to finally cross this milestone, opening up one of the most dialectically complex languages on earth to anyone with a Skype account.

Skype Translator says Hello to RussianBuilt on world-class machine learning technology, Skype Translator allows Skype users speaking different languages to communicate with each other in real time. The more Skype Translator is used, the higher the quality of the translations. We are excited to explore what the future holds as more and more people from diverse backgrounds discover the magic of Skype Translator. User feedback is crucial to Skype Translator’s growth and we would like to sincerely thank all of our users and beta testers for their enthusiasm in helping us grow this product.

Skype Translator says Hello to Russian To try out Russian, or for those new to Skype Translator, simply click the globe icon in the Windows Desktop Skype.

Have a great Skype Translator story? We’d love to hear it! Please feel free to share it on social media using #SkypeTranslator. You can also share stories and feedback on the Skype Community, and if you need support, visit Skype Support.

Windows Insiders: Try Skype Translator on calls to mobiles and landlines

Since its introduction in 2014, Skype Translator has made it easier for you to connect with people around the world on Skype no matter where they are. We love bringing people together, and so today, we’re excited to announce the next milestone for Skype Translator: voice translation for calls to mobiles and landlines* on Skype Preview. You can now use Skype to call people on their phones and communicate across languages, even if they do not have Skype.

Starting today, we’re rolling out this new feature to members of the Windows Insider Program.** If you are a member of the program, ensure that you have the latest version of Skype Preview installed on your PC and that you have Skype Credit or a subscription. Select the dial pad, enter a phone number to see a Skype Translator option next to the call button. Tap it to bring up settings for Skype Translator. From here set the languages and place the call. Once the person on the other side picks up they will hear a short message stating that the call is being recorded and translated through Skype Translator and then you can start talking!

Skype Translator on Skype Preview

Additionally, you can start a call if someone is a Skype contact with a mobile or landline stored in the profile.* Select the contact, tap on the Skype Translator icon to bring up translate options. Save your options then tap the call button and select the phone number you want to call.

Skype Translator currently supports nine spoken languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Arabic, and Russian. Also, a good reminder that wearing a headset will significantly improve the Skype Translator calling experience. The more Skype Translator is used, the higher the quality of translations. We’re excited about this next milestone as it expands to getting more people using Skype Translator.

This new version of Skype Preview includes additional features such as:

  • Introduce friends and family on Skype by sharing their Skype contact details
  • Capture and share video messages with friends and family on Skype—even if they’re not online
  • Manage your conversations and save time by marking conversations as read or unread
  • Don’t miss another call by forwarding them to a mobile or landline*

We would love to hear what you think. Take a moment to visit the Windows Feedback app, search for Skype and upvote a trending topic or create a new entry.

Thanks for continuing to take this journey with us, we can’t wait to bring you even more!

*Requires Skype Credit or a subscription to use. To learn more, please visit Skype.com.

**The Windows Insider Program by Microsoft allows you to sign up for early builds of the Windows operating system ahead of release to consumers. The program is open to anyone, including early adopters and Windows enthusiasts who enjoy beta testing new software and want to provide feedback to Microsoft.

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How to set up a VPN in Windows 10

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network and allows users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if devices were directly connected to the private network. VPNs are great for when you want to block your network traffic from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) in cases where you don’t want them to know where you’re browsing (or downloading, uploading, etc.), or need to be confidential when handling work or personal data.

Whether it’s for work or personal use, however, it’s relatively easy to connect to a VPN on your Windows 10 PC (or Windows 10 Mobile device). First, you have to pick and create a VPN profile for Windows 10.

Picking a VPN

In order to set up a VPN in Windows 10, it is often easier if you can find a VPN in the Windows Store. Oftentimes, you’ll need to search online for the best VPN you can find to protect yourself. Preferably finding a free VPN is great, but if you want to ensure you are properly secured, it’s often best to find a paid version. There are two highly-rated VPN apps in the Windows Store: Hotspot Shield Free VPN, and VPN Unlimited.

If there is no app available in the Windows Store that you are satisfied with, you can always browse the internet for the best one you can find. Some browsers, like Opera, offer built-in VPN protection as well. However, setting up your own VPN can ensure that all your Windows 10 devices in your house connected to the internet are protected via your VPN. Once you’ve picked a VPN, you’ll need to go into the Settings of your Windows 10 PC and make some quick changes.


Create a VPN Connection

Create a VPN Connection by following these 5 steps:

  1. Select the Start button
  2. Select Settings (gear)
  3. Select Network & Internet
  4. Select VPN
  5. Select Add a VPN Connection

Once you are in Add a VPN connection section, you’ll need to add your VPN provider information.

Add a VPN connection

Now it’s time to configure the settings for your VPN. For VPN provider, choose Windows (built-in); the only option. In the Connection name box, type a friendly name for your VPN connection profile. This is the VPN connection name to look for when you go want to connect. In the Server name or address box, type the address for the VPN server. For VPN type, choose the type of VPN connection you want to create.

You can use PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) because it is easy to set up and has a fast connection. However, PPTP is not very reliable and less secure than other VPN server protocols. Choose Automatic and Windows 10 will select the best option for you.

Add a VPN Connection

At this point, you’ll need to know the VPN settings that your VPN provider uses in order to log in and use the VPN service that you registered. For “Type of sign-in info,” indicate the type of sign-in info (or “credentials”). This information can be in the form of a user name and password, one-time password, certificate, or even a smart card if you are using a VPN for work.

If you want your computer to be automatically signed in to this VPN, enter your username and password. When you’re finished, select Save. If you leave these fields blank, you’ll be asked to enter your login information every time you want to connect to your VPN. Leaving your username and password blank for a work VPN is helpful to keep away anyone unauthorized to view your work data.

In the future, if you need to use additional settings, like changing proxy settings for the VPN connection, select the VPN Connection, and choose Advanced options. Here, you can change your VPN connection properties, including connection name, server address, type of login information, username and password. Advanced options also allows you to change the VPN proxy settings.

VPN Advanced options

Connect to a VPN

After you set up and save your VPN profile, you can now connect and browse the web using your VPN. Follow these steps to connect to your VPN.

  1. Select the Start,
  2. Select Settings, then Network & Internet, then VPN.
  3. Select the VPN connection you want to use, then select Connect.
  4. When or if prompted, enter your user name and password or other sign-in information.

If you want to check to see if you are connected to the VPN you just created a profile for, Select the Network icon on the far right of the taskbar, then check to see if your VPN connection indicates that it is indeed Connected (like the picture below).

Connected to VPN connection

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There are many VPNs services out there, so pick the one that best suits your needs and budget. Personally, I find ExpressVPN to provide the best speed and protection at a reasonable price. Any suggestions on the best VPN service? Let us know in the comments.

Visit The Internet’s Dark Side At This Demented Apple Store


It’s like Black Mirror . . . but it’s real life.

The space is sparse, decorated only by tables full of gadgets for you to play with. Employees wear all white. And in the back? A a few „ingeniouses“ are ready to answer any questions you might have at the „bar.“

This new Nolita popup shop, which opened on Cyber Monday, isn’t Apple’s latest store. It’s actually an art installation called the Glass Room. Curated by Tactical Tech Collective (TTC) and Mozilla—yes, the same Mozilla behind the Firefox browser—the Glass Room is a collection of 54 pieces of art and technology, all of which feature a dark, humorous twist. The intent is not to sell you anything, but to get you to question your relationship with tech as a mindless consumer.

„We’re hoping there will be a moment of confusion for people who just walk in off the street,“…

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Mobile Trends 2017 – Augmented Reality, Chatbots & Co.

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WordPress Übersetzungen ins deutsche sind fertig

so, für alle die WordPress auf dem Apple oder Android Gerät nativ nutzen wollen gibt es gute Nachrichten:
Die letzten Worte sind übersetzt in die deutsche Sprache – bin gerade damit fertig geworden.
Obwohl ich es ja gar nicht hätte machen sollen. Die könnten mal anfangen ein eigenes Ökosystem zu pflegen, und sich nicht ständig an der Open Source Mitarbeitern bedienen – die ham doch Geld UND VORALLEM SIE ZIEHEN JEDEN AB !!!
Aber die bekommen doch gar nichts auf die Reihe. Was haben Sie denn? Ein Betriebssystem, gut ok, eins. Kisten zusammen bauen können Polen oder Inder oder weiß der Teufel wer. Das ist gewiss keine Kunst.
Und Software? Ham se ja nicht. Ständig es immer darauf anlegen dass die anderen Manpower investieren, und sich beim schaffen ja die Finger net dreckig machen. Boa ich hasse sie so die Yuppie Einfallspinsel. Sorry: Feindbild No1. Konnte so Menschen noch nie ab.
Wie oft ist er denn Pleite gegangen der gute Steve Jobs? 2 mal. Und wer hat Ihm/Apple immer das Geld gegeben? Bill Gates. Und das hätte ja alleine nichts gebracht – da der Steve Jobs ja so clever war ein System zu entwickeln dass zu allem taugt, aber nicht zum arbeiten. Für mich war das kein Genie, für mich war das einfach nur ein Trottel.
Gut Adobe hat Ihnen gut zugespielt, aber das hat nicht gereicht. Da musste ein Office her das tut. Und wer hat die Scheißdrecks Office Entwicklung bezahlt und geleistet? Genau die Softwareentwickler von Microsoft. Kostenlos 😉 !!!! Immer noch. Hirn verbrannt in Californien zahlt keine müde Mark dafür. Sich an Entwicklerfirmen und Ehrenamtlichen vergreifen – junge junge … ich würde gerne mindestens einen von denen töten damit die anderen Wissen wie es Ihnen gehen könnte. Das ist das allerletzte! Geht gar net. Und alle bejubeln den Drecksack noch. Hat sowas Respekt verdient? Da hab ich aber was ganz anderes gelernt.
Naja, die falschen Götter, die falschen Drogen … ka mehr macha nix 😉
Judenpriester sind’s trotzdem – stinken, aber hallo weisch wie, aber die kochen doch auch nur mit wasser – da verwechseln sie allerdings den hahn – rofl
geil war nur, als ich aus jux mal was getestet habe (app technisch) dachte ich mir drücksch es knöpfle kommt ja fertig raus und stell des dann halt auch bei den gemüsehändlern aus Bagdad ein in denen ihren store.
jetzt war des ganze so, dass es einfach nur ne testapp war ….hajo alles easy schon tausendmal gemacht. soweit so gut. aber: es kam eine mail von apple. und die wollten folgendes: ich habe meine business seite von facebook gewrapt und in die app reingepackt. news channel – kann man so sagen. jetzt ham die gestörten typen gemeint, wenn ich die app drinnen haben will in ihrem virenschleudernden store, dann müsse ich was ändern – aber dann sei das gar kein problem. hat sich da doch tatsächlich ein arschloch die mühe gemacht und mein facebook profil (das öffentliche) gelesen. und, haja, im business bereich ham se so ca.2 -5 % marktanteil,wen se überhaupt mitspielen können (keine server, kein office, kein gar nix, nur idiotenkruschd) – die ham gar nix! Fakten, baby 😉 also, das dementsprechend gesagt. ich kann ja über keinen der nur 2% vom anderen macht genauso viel schreiben. ich (auch gar net sarkastisch) habe dann gleich angeboten ich könnte ja in jedem 20 bericht dann auch was über sie schreiben (wenn’s des überhaupt bringt) da sind ja noch gut bedient. normal jeder 50.te. und genauso habe ich es gesagt, nachdem der idiot noch glaubte er könne mich GROSSZÜGIG zum löschen von berichten animieren damit ich in dem seinen store reinkomme. hä? was bitte? seitdem kommt der erdogan auch gar nimmer so schlimm vor mit seiner zensiererei :-p
ja und jetzt hab ich doch die übersetzung gemacht, naja net für die, für die leute die kein englisch können 😉
na, wenigstens bin ich der gleiche nette typ geblieben wie immer …..aber genauso gewaltigt werde ich denen auch auf die theke scheissen.
So, und das posting, jetzt husch husch in allen blogs gepostet, den ganzen entwicklerformen usw und drunten noch die mail von den ran gehängt.
asta la vista – baby

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Announcing Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection

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