More than 430 classic titles are available on Good Old Games’ platform that are tested and updated to work on Windows 8, which is great news for early adaptors of the OS who also happen to be fans of classic games. I remember how hard playing early classics and slightly older games was in the age of Windows Vista and...

Are you interested in Windows 8 but afraid to make the jump because of potential gaming issues? For many gamers, it makes sense to stick with the same OS on their gaming rig for as long as possible in order to avoid potential problems from making a platform switch. This is probably why Windows XP gaming systems...

Windows 8 is known for having extreme speed improvements that allow the whole OS to run more smoothly than ever, but what about games? When I first tried beta versions of Windows 8 I ran into several gaming problems myself. The biggest of these was that many games had glitchy or blocky graphics. This likely had to do...

There were rumors that Microsoft is planning to come up with a new generation of Xbox and the documents that are leaked on the net are proving this. A newly leaked document of 56 pages have put some light on what the company is trying to do in Xbox 720. The documents reveal that Microsoft will be incorporating a...

Microsoft Xbox 360 In recent times, it has pretty much become standard practice that whenever you want a new cellphone you head to your carrier or a partner retailer, pick one out, and lock yourself to the device for one or two years in order to get a highly subsidized discount price. Recently, with the evolution of...

Tomorrow’s a big day for more than just Windows 8. Microsoft Flight will be available for a FREE download worldwide starting February 29, 2012. It will be available on www.microsoftflight.com. In addition, the Hawaiian Adventure Pack – which includes the remaining Hawaiian Islands, a new plane and 20 new missions –...

For those that don’t follow gaming, just last summer Nintendo announced its Wii successor, the Wii U, would feature a new controller that had traditional buttons and joysticks combined with a tablet-like interface and touchscreen. Now rumors suggest that Microsoft might be following suite with its next Xbox system,...

Previously, I’ve talked a little about some strategies Microsoft could take to really make a splash when it launches into the tablet market. Apple remains in control of the tablet market right now for a few key reasons: They keep tight control over their product and its operating system. Apple fans are fiercely...

Microsoft is rolling out some really amazing updates to the Xbox in the next few days. These updates include a new interface that allows you to navigate through music, movies, TV shows and games with the wave of your hand or the sound of your voice. As expected, the new interface has the Metro style look and feel that...

On certainly more than one occasion I’ve focused on Microsoft’s expansion strategy, “Windows Everywhere”. Windows Everywhere isn’t just about Windows on all kinds of desktop and laptops, but it is so much more than that. So why do I spend so much time talking about this? I talk about it because I find this strategy...