The year is about to end, and that can only mean one thing. It is the time of top 10 lists! Microsoft had a whirlwind of a year in 2013, even by its lofty standards, and though a few days still remain before the sun rises on a new year, there are more than enough Redmond highlights to go by. Below is a selection of...

Among the several features, options and enhancements that Microsoft brought along in Windows 8.1, a major one is a new way of closing apps by swiping down from the top of the screen and then waiting for a couple of seconds. For better or for worse, the process in Windows 8 was just a tad bit faster, a tad bit easier —...

Here’s the Microsoft Surface keynote presentation:

Back in March I took a pretty deep look at the many great apps (particularly games) that were starting to surface for Windows 8 Consumer Preview and came to the conclusion that there were many great casual games out there. This is important because with tablet users, casual gaming and general Internet usage tend to be...

Since first installing Windows 8 Consumer Preview, I’ve talked about how there isn’t much in Metro that actually draws me in to use it. There is one category of apps that I must admit does provide that draw pretty well though, and that’s games. This is especially true recently as more and more high quality games continue...

Steve comes on and goes on for a while. Introduces Xbox guy.. controller free netflix with Kinect controller free Zune Controller free Hulu + espn on xbox live w/ kinect and interactivity Perky Windows Phone 7 lady on to the good stuff Windows news.. He’s talking about how well Windows 7 did. He’s passing on to a...