Months of experiments and beta testing have led to this moment. The moment when the official Twitch app for Windows 10 has been made available for download. It’s a desktop client, designed for both the Windows and Mac operating systems. And along with the usual set of functions, namely every function available on the...

It may seem all serene on the outside for Intel, what the with chip giant coming off of another record breaking financial quarter. Inside, though, things are different. The company is still to make a name for itself on the mobile front — save for Windows tablets. Its Android endeavors are going nowhere, while it is...

Windows and OS X users rejoice, for the Skype desktop clients have finally received the long awaited refresh that was supposed to bring along a new user interface. It has been a long time coming, but the new look is here. The Skype team shared the good news on the official blog, confirming the release of a new version...

Another month, another Skype update. These latest additions to the popular communication platform show just how active this unit is at Microsoft, adding in new enhancements and making changes after listening to user feedback. For starters, Skype for Windows 8, now at version 3.1, comes with the ability to edit or...

Things have been moving hard and fast in the world of Skype. Microsoft recently redesigned the iOS version of the VoIP client to look similar to Windows Phone, while the dedicated Windows Phone 8.1 version is destined for arrival very soon. At the same time, the Skype team promised some modern features for the desktop...

Skype is one Microsoft service that gets updates on a regular basis, and this new one is rather interesting. Desktop users of Skype are in line to get some Modern features in the very near future. And although the company has not mentioned what exactly is coming, the announcement states that the UI on both Windows and...

Convergence. It is not always on. Or recommended. Microsoft might have tried this philosophy on for size a couple of years back, but the company has clearly changed gears now. It would be harsh to call this a sudden reverse. It isn’t. But all signs point to the fact that Redmond is aware of what the market dynamics...

One of the bigger news stories, at least in the world of computing technology, was the official confirmation that Microsoft would be bringing back the Start Menu in a future update for Windows. For obvious reasons, of course — in order to make the desktop environment more familiar for users of its modern operating...

A leisurely stroll is a gift, but when you stray too far away voices will be raised. This is what happened with Windows 8 as the technology industry felt that Redmond had forsaken the desktop and gone all out Metro. This may or may not have been the case, but there is no denying that the good old desktop did not get...

Well, it’s official people. The Start Menu will return to Windows in a future update. Microsoft shared this exciting news at BUILD 2014, saying that they want to make the operating system more appropriate for desktop users. Appropriate is the correct word, alright. This was confirmed by Terry Myerson of Microsoft, who...