KIK Messenger is also a browser

kik-messengerKIK Messenger, an application to send messages with free? Yes. And no. It is also a web browser. A major update to version 7.0 for iPhone and Android introduces the surprising turn of the competitor WhatsApp Messenger . The slider menu of messaging app you find an address where you can immediately begin browsing and you’ll find recently visited websites. You can share any web page to instantly your chat buddies in IRPA, and that’s just the beginning of the function.

KIK online belongs as instant messaging application does not yet have the big names like WhatsApp, WeChat and Line . But it goes well with the app. Just before Christmas the service welcomed its 100 millionth user. It is mainly young people who use the app and inboard should be given to the built-in browser. The idea is simple: you have one app where you chat with your friends, but in the meantime can read up the entire web and interesting discoveries can instantly share with those friends.

The new browser will replace the IRPA Cards in the application; built-in applications that you could start earlier from the app. Three pieces have remained still maintain – a chat with unknowns program, a word game and a game blocks, but they are presented as web pages that are optimized for KIK.

Since KIK Messenger high mount in. When visiting a ‘normal’ website from KIK, you see a message that the site is not optimized for the chat app. But you can change: KIK you immediately pointing to the Developers section where you briefly explain the steps given how to optimize your web page for the app. It’s not just about readability on mobile phone.

Monetizing site builders

To qualify KIK-site for the title, your site must be able to be one standard page, offline loaded and must contain a plug-in to KIK. In return, the application takes your website in the search index within the app and get access to different possibilities. Thus, sites can even send push notifications through the app. Finally, the chat app gives you insight into visitor statistics and how high you score on the list of KIK sites. KIK finally seems to want to make money at sites that want to be prominently visible in the app.

Which Version of Windows is on Your Computer?

6Which Version of Windows is on Your PC?

To some people, this seems like a simple question, but not for the average person.

Windows is the most common Operating System (OS; software that makes your computer parts work together and allow you to use it–the software at the heart of your computer that controls almost everything that happens on it) for computers in the world. Computers running Windows are also commonly referred to as PCs (or Personal Computers).

Other kinds of computers that don’t run Windows may run Mac OS X (Apple), GNU/Linux (a free open source OS usually used by experienced and brave computer users), or Chome OS, a very simplistic OS made by Google for devices such as Chromebooks.

Now let’s see which version of Windows is running on your PC–and some pictures and dates to help.

What’s the Easiest Way to Tell What Version of Windows I Have?

Look at your Start button or Start Menu or How old is it?

if you have one–see Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

If you see something like this–you’re probably running Windows XP–and it’s time to upgrade to a new machine. See below.October 25, 2001 – June 30, 2008 (General Availability)

If you bought your PC from 2001 – 2007, it’s likely Windows XP–and it’s time to upgrade to a new computer with the new Windows. Extended support for Windows XP ended on April 8, 2014, which means no more security updates, patches, or support from Microsoft.

This is what you should see if you’re running Windows Vista.January 30, 2007 – October 22, 2010 (General Availability)

If you bought your PC from 2007-2009, it’s likely Windows Vista, currently the oldest-yet-still supported version of Windows.

If you’re running Windows Vista, it’s time to consider upgrading to a newer PC, or if your PC was considered “high-end” at the time with decent hardware (parts), consider upgrading to the newest version of Windows, Windows 8.1–or wait a little longer until the release of Windows 10.

Support: Mainstream support ended on April 10, 2012. Extended support ends on April 11, 2017.

This is what you should see if you’re running the more popular Windows 7.October 22, 2009 – October 31, 2014 (General Availability)

If you bought your PC from 2009-2012, it’s likely Windows 7, the most widely accepted and still supported version of Windows.

If you’re nervous about upgrading to Windows 8.1, I’d recommend considering upgrading to Windows 10 when it launches later in 2015.

Support: Mainstream support until January 13, 2015. Extended support until January 14, 2020.

This is something entirely different-a Start Screen that replaces the Start Button and Menu, found in Windows 8.

There’s still a desktop similar to Windows 7 in Windows 8–just click (or tap if using a touch-screen device) the Desktop tile.October 26, 2012 – present (General Availability)

If you purchased your PC in late 2012 to present, it’s likely Windows 8 or Windows 8.1.

Windows 8 received a lot of bad reviews, and some mixed reviews. This is mainly because it was so different and at sometimes confusing. It also focused on PCs with a touch screen with “apps” (another name for programs) that were full sceen and awkward to navigate with a keyboard and mouse. Unfortunately, most PCs sold when Windows 8 launched in October 2012 didn’t have touch screens.