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Edge Will Be Crazy Fast In The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Got to love these blog posts about speed improvements in Windows 10. This time Edge, the web browser, is the part of the OS in…

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No New Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds This Week

It’s official, folks. Last week, a blocking bug ruined the launch plans of a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build, and now there…

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Microsoft Launches Its First Mixed Reality Series

No, not that kind of a series. We’re still a decade or two away from mixed reality taking over the television! But Microsoft certainly wants…

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Xbox Wireless Adapter Delayed Until January 2018

It’s official, dudes. And dudettes. Microsoft, for some really suspicious reason, has decided to delay the launch of the new Xbox Wireless Adapter until next…

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Lenovo Teases Its Windows Mixed Reality Headset

And what a tease it is! IFA 2017 is about to kick off in a few weeks, and it looks like Lenovo is coming locked…

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Surface Laptop Probably Available In Burgundy, Cobalt Blue

The colors of life! Microsoft may have nailed the hardware side of its new Surface Laptop, but the company is still struggling to make all…

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Windows 10 S Support Enabled For The Surface Pro 4

So, this is what those updates were about. Why didn’t you say so, Microsoft? The updates that the company released for the Surface 4 Pro…

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Windows Device Portal Getting A Bunch Of New Tools

You may or may not be aware of the Windows Device Portal. This useful little tool is designed to allow you to remotely manage and…

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What To Expect From Microsoft At Gamescom 2017

Gaming will become the top focus for Microsoft in just one week from now. Gamescom 2017 is set to get underway later this month in…

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Microsoft Releases .NET Core 2.0, Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.3

On what is sure to be a glorious day for programmers, Microsoft has officially released .NET Core 2.0, as well as Visual Studio 2017 version…

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More Surface Pro 4 Updates Arrive Without Release Notes

Releases notes, that is to say. The software titan continues with its policy of releasing updates for its products, like the Surface Pro 4 in…

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Microsoft Will Soon Tell What’s The Holdup With New Builds

There’s news if you have been wondering when the next Windows 10 preview builds will make their way out of Redmond walls. Not good news,…

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The Intel Being At Fault For Surface Story Was Fabricated

It sure looks like that. Someone somewhere may have fabricated the Intel being at fault for the Surface issues story, juicy new detail of which…

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Microsoft Hits Back At Consumer Reports In Internal Memo

You go, Panos Panay! Microsoft suffered a fairy big setback last week after a survey from Consumer Reports showed that its Surface devices were

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Intel Discontinuing The HoloLens Atom Processor

Guess not everything Intel touches turns to gold! We might be approaching the end of the line for the first-generation Microsoft HoloLens hardware, as there…

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Microsoft Stands Behind Surface

The technology giant has put its weight behind the its PC lineup, saying it clear and loud that they stand behind Surface. This, after the…

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HP Also Done With Windows Phone?

Looks like the Windows 10 Mobile experiment did not bring the desired results for HP, with talk that the company is now looking beyond the…

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Don’t Expect The New Xbox Wireless Adapter For Windows 10 Anytime Soon

Delayed, most likely. Microsoft announced a new Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 PCs earlier this month, which was on track for launch on August…

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Everyone Just Wants To Share Their Data With Microsoft

Microsoft sure loves to collect data from Windows 10 users. Diagnostic data, that is. And it seems that these users are more than happy to…

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Plays Nice With Antivirus Programs

Microsoft today provided new details on the changes it has in store for how Windows 10 interacts with antivirus and other security software in the…