With today's release of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14267 for PCs, Gabe Aul also announced a change to the Insider Program; users of Windows 10 Education edition can now sign up.
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Nearly a year after its acquisition of Revolution Analytics, Microsoft has released free and enterprise-grade versions of Microsoft R to the public including free access for students and developers.
Microsoft has released the Visual Studio 2013 Professional SDK to DreamSpark subscribers, allowing students who have signed up to use the service full access to the new tools for free.
DreamSpark users need not feel left out anymore, as Microsoft has also made Windows 8.1 Professional available to those subscribers ahead of the Oct. 18th release date.
If you are a DreamSpark user and have been waiting for Windows 8 to arrive, it looks like today is your day as the RTM build of Windows 8 has now been posted to the service.
Students enrolled in Microsoft's DreamSpark program will be able to download the final version of Windows 8 starting on August 25th, according to a Microsoft blog post.
DownloadSquad is reporting Microsoft has updated their DreamSpark website and added applications that are now available for download. DreamSpark is a service Microsoft has provided for high school and university students to download and get...