Intel Gears Up To Bring 5G To Windows PCs

5G. What was but a dream a few years back is about to become a reality! The new buzzword for faster Internet connection speeds will no longer be a buzzword very soon. That’s because Intel is working hard with Microsoft and friends to bring the technology to PCs. Hardware partners like Dell, HP, and Lenovo […]

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Share Climbs To 85%

That’s a solid showing. Concerns over fragmentation have been real in the world of Windows lately, but if the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has shown anything, it’s that Microsoft is on the right track. Of ensuring that users are running the latest version of its operating system, that is. And that is because, according […]

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Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Launches

The biggest day of the year is here! Well, it is, if you’ve been anticipating Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, which Microsoft officially released on the Microsoft Store today. Exclusively, at that. The remake, or remaster if you will, of the classic is now available for Windows 10 PCs. It supports version 15063 and up […]

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Windows Insider Program

Dona Sarkar Talks What’s Next For The Windows Insider Program

Keeping the fire burning! One of the big successes for Microsoft in recent times is the Windows Insider Program, the popular preview program for the operating system with millions upon millions of users. Last we heard, there were more than 10 million Windows Insiders. It only stands to reason, then, that the software titan would […]

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Zoo Tycoon Ultimate Animal Collection

First Windows 10 UWP Game Cracked

Pirates strike! It’s not often we talk about piracy on Windows 10, as Microsoft did a solid job of keeping things secure on its platform up until now. But pirates have cracked the first UWP game. Zoo Tycoon, be the name. Cracking group CODEX has managed to bypass the 5 different layers of DRM that […]

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Man Sues Microsoft For $600 Million For Windows 10 Upgrade

Half a billion in damages for a botched Windows 10 upgrade? I’ve heard worse! It looks like forced upgrades to the latest version of its operating system are still causing problems for Microsoft. The company has been in the news occasionally for these aggressive Windows 10 upgrades that had users taking it to court over […]

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Windows Updates

You’ll Finally Be Able To Resume Windows Updates

We all know the feeling. With Windows updates going crazy up in size, deploying and installing these updates and patches is quite a process. One that is about to get streamlined very soon. With Windows 10 taking a long time to install updates, you are only asking for trouble if you shut down or reboot […]

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Windows 10 Hero Wallpaper

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Rollout Is Complete

Finally! It has been almost three months since Microsoft starting rolling out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to users, and this new version of the OS has now reached full availability. The initial rollout was a staggered affair — as all Windows rollouts are. And as the software titan explains in a new blog post, […]

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PC Market

PC Holiday Shipments Rise For The First Time In 6 Years

Good news! For the first time in six years, things are looking up! PC shipments have been declining since 2011, but the 2017 holidays season brought good news for the longsuffering market. Signaling perhaps the winds of change for the PC hardware industry. This report from IDC, the market tracker, reveals that shipments of new […]

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Windows 8.1 Desktop

Mainstream Support For Windows 8.1 Has Ended

The end is near! Windows 8.1 is nearing sunset, as Microsoft has officially ended mainstream support for this version of the operating system this week. It will no longer receive new features and updates. Other than security patches, of course. This development follows this month’s Patch Tuesday rollout, meaning Redmond will no longer ship updates […]

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