Spotify is Now Available on the Windows Store

Spotify recently confirmed that they'd soon bring their app to the Windows Store for all Windows 10 users to enjoy, specifically those with Windows 10 S who can only install apps through this portal. It was unknown when the app would actually go live despite being listed in the Store, but it now looks like … Continue reading Spotify is Now Available on the Windows Store

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Downgrading from Windows 10 Pro to Windows 10 S is Now a Thing

Microsoft's Surface Laptop launches with Windows 10 S, a stripped down, more secure version of the full Windows 10 operating system. While it may be sufficient enough for some people, not everyone wants to stick strictly with Windows Store apps and may need to run your average desktop .EXE. That's where a free upgrade to … Continue reading Downgrading from Windows 10 Pro to Windows 10 S is Now a Thing

Microsoft’s Latest Keyboard Includes a Fingerprint Sensor for $129.99

Microsoft has quietly unveiled a new keyboard known as the Modern Keyboard. It's the successor to the Surface Keyboard which features the same design and key travel. The only difference between the two is one major addition: a fingerprint sensor. https://youtu.be/YDpGtDzAw4I As you can see in the video above, Microsoft has included a fingerprint sensor … Continue reading Microsoft’s Latest Keyboard Includes a Fingerprint Sensor for $129.99

Microsoft Publishes Office to the Windows Store for Windows 10 S Users

As a part of the launch of the new Surface Laptop that runs Windows 10 S and limits the hardware to run only apps from the Windows Store, Microsoft today brought its suite of Office apps to the Store for both 10 S and full Windows 10 users to download. While we don't have a … Continue reading Microsoft Publishes Office to the Windows Store for Windows 10 S Users

Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Surface Laptop Are Now Available for Purchase

Microsoft today launched their new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro 2-in-1. Each device was announced at separate events last month, with the former featuring pretty high-end specs running atop Windows 10 S in a standard laptop form factor while the latter features a convertible design, better specs, and full Windows 10. https://youtu.be/74kPEJWpCD4 The Surface Laptop … Continue reading Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Surface Laptop Are Now Available for Purchase

Windows 10 Insiders Can Now Test OneDrive Files On-Demand

Microsoft is now letting Windows 10 Insiders to beta test OneDrive Files On-Demand. The feature can be downloaded and installed through a OneDrive update that'll run on top of Windows 10 build 16215, released a short time ago. Hello #WindowsInsiders! @OneDrive Files On-Demand now available for you to try! https://t.co/Y9pK7j0KAH ^BL — Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) … Continue reading Windows 10 Insiders Can Now Test OneDrive Files On-Demand

Microsoft Brings Backward Compatibility to Classic Xbox Games

Last year during E3, Microsoft announced backward compatibility for Xbox 360 games so they'd work with the Xbox One console. This year during the very same conference, the company has announced the same feature, but for games that worked with the original Xbox. In a nutshell, Microsoft is bringing backward compatibility to classic Xbox games … Continue reading Microsoft Brings Backward Compatibility to Classic Xbox Games

Microsoft’s Xbox One X Aims to Be the “Most Powerful Console Ever Made”

Today during E3, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X. The console is based on the company's previous Project Scorpio ambition that aimed to create the "most powerful console ever made." As it appears now, it looks like they've done so. https://youtu.be/g-gp-Voq6MQ The Xbox One X features 6 teraflops of graphics computing thanks to a specially-designed … Continue reading Microsoft’s Xbox One X Aims to Be the “Most Powerful Console Ever Made”