And it’s coming to a PC near you! Looks like Microsoft is planning some new features for the Windows 10 Start Menu, with refinements already out in the open for this highly used element of the OS. Refinements that can be tested in the newly released Redstone 6 preview build of the operating system. Or, well, version...

Microsoft may have embraced inking in Windows 10 with the Anniversary Update back in 2016, but the company sure is taking its sweet time in adding support for pen input across its apps. Including one place where most users would expect it to be, the Mail app. According to some new intelligence, the software titan is...

Left or right, that be the question! In Windows, you can easily select the primary mouse button of your mouse to be either left or right. The primary button is used for functions like selecting and dragging. Highly important functions, in other words. This can be changed from either the Settings app, or the Mouse...

Took a long time coming, this, but Windows now finally has background scrolling. This handy feature basically allows you to scroll inactive windows when you hover over them. Quite a timesaving option if you are a power user, or using your Windows 10 system for professional work, and dealing with multiple open windows...

Right click is one of the most important options built into Windows. When you press the right button on your mouse or touchpad on an item, the operating system lists additional options for that item. Usually as a context menu, dropdown menu or jump list. You can pretty much right click anywhere in the operating...

Because that’s just what the world needs right now! Microsoft has a certain pedigree in designing computer peripherals, particularly keyboards and mice, and in the past, gaming joysticks. Now, though, Redmond is busy working on a brand new mouse. A designer mouse. The device is expected to launch in the coming weeks,...

I guess it can be said with reasonable assurance that the mouse issues affecting some games on Windows 8.1 were rather widespread, because Microsoft rolled out a patch to fix the lag bug on the new operating system late last week. The terrible mouse lag has made many games unplayable, both casual and AAA...

Though by and large, Windows 8.1 has been a neat, bug free release, users have nevertheless reported a bunch of issues that affect the latest operating system to come out from Redmond. And the most significant of these problems has been the mouse lag issue present in the new OS that pretty much wrecks gaming — several...

The recently reported mouse lag when playing games on Windows 8.1 is a tad more widespread than initially thought, but while Microsoft is working on an official fix, an unofficial workaround for the problem has been found. The issue was first reported a couple of days back. Basically users that upgraded to the latest...

Remember all those bug reports that started surfacing soon after the Windows 8.1 Preview officially made its way to the web? Microsoft seems to have done a pretty neat job of ironing most of them out. The company reportedly collaborated with its hardware partners to make sure that everything (and we are talking about...