All posts by Nancy Wilson

Intel Sure Is Confident Against AMD Ryzen

You can even say overconfident. Intel has, for quite some time, dominated the processor market on PCs, but it looks like that they final have a contender from AMD in the form of Ryzen. These are the CPUs

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Fixes, Improvements, And Known Issues In Windows 10 Build 15025 For PCs

Microsoft released Windows 10 build 15025 for PCs enrolled in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider program, and while this version of the preview is not as heavy on features as the last one, there still

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Silence Lands On Windows 10 As An Xbox Play Anywhere Title

Four years in development, this game. Silence is the latest arrival for gamers on Windows 10, as well as Xbox One owners, and it also comes with support for Xbox Play Anywhere. Making this one of the few

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Redstone 2 To Bring A Reminder Feature For Edge

Looks like the Microsoft Edge web browser is in line to recieve another feature, which Redmond is currently testing, as some early hints of this new addition have recently been discovered. It is believed

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Windows 10 Version 1607 To Become CBB In Four Months

Four months from now, that’s fast! Microsoft recently provided some welcome insights into its roadmap for Windows 10, confirming that version 1607 has been moved to the Current Branch. But while that

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Windows 10 Continuum Went By Modern Glass Early On

Some recent documentation from a Windows software engineer has floated up, revealing the journey the Windows 10 Continuum, and the operating system as a whole, took during its transition. It’s transition

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The HP Elite x3 Is The World’s First 3-In-1 Device

The company is calling the HP Elite x3 a 3-in-1, creating a new device category in the process for this highly anticipated Windows 10 Mobile smartphone aimed at professionals and power users. While this

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Sony PlayStation Neo Could Be Unveiled Next Month

Talk about a head start! Sony’s answer to the Project Scorpio, a new model of the PlayStation console codenamed Neo, is reportedly getting an announcement event on September 7. To be held in New York

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Vulkan Developers See DirectX 12 As The Right Choice For Some

Isn’t it great when everyone gets along! If you’re into gaming, you may be familiar with the Khronos Group, which is the developer of Vulkan, their new API that competes with DirectX 12. This nonprofit

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Microsoft Browsers Continue To Fall Behind Google Chrome

The browser landscape certainly has seen more interesting days! Because as things stand, Google Chrome is now just running away with the prize, leaving Microsoft browsers far behind. Of course, the fact

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