Most Recent
Read More
October 8, 2016

Microsoft Holding Windows 10 Press Event on October 26

According to a recent blog post on Microsoft’s website, Microsoft will be holding a major press event in New York City on October 26, 2016. Aside from it saying that it’s a Windows 10 event, no additional information has been shared at this time.

As far as rumors up until this point, we haven’t heard much in regards to any new hardware that will be announced at the show. It has been rumored that Microsoft may reveal a new Surface device, but everything is pure speculation at this point. During the event, we’ll probably see some new Windows 10 devices from Microsoft’s partners as we head into the holidays. It’s been rumored that [...]

Read More
October 1, 2016

Microsoft’s Latest Windows 10 Update Broken: Update Fails to Install, Causes Uninstall Bootloops

Microsoft recently pushed update KB3194496 for Windows 10 out to the masses, but it seems like things haven’t gone according to plan.

According to a recent article by tech site Thurrott, Microsoft’s latest update is having issues installing properly. Then when the update fails to install, it causes some machines to restart over and over to remove the failed update. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Windows then attempts to reinstall the update that just failed only to fail, reboot, uninstall, and potentially reboot several more times again. Some users did report that the install ended up working on the second or third try, but for others, [...]

Read More
September 8, 2016

Nvidia Releases GeForce Experience 3.0 Featuring Redesigned UI, Improved Functionality

Nvidia recently announced the launch of GeForce Experience 3.0, a software suite designed for Nvidia graphics cards which allow you to update your drivers, optimize your games, and share your in game footage.

According to Nvidia, GeForce Experience 3.0 has been redesigned from the ground up with a host of new features including a new UI, improved features, giveaways, and much more. Under the hood, GeForce Experience 3.0 now runs 3x faster than before and utilizes just half the memory compared to its predecessor. It can also record up to 4K @ 60FPS for those who want to record games in their full 4K high resolution glory.

Read More
September 7, 2016

New CPU Features May Explain Microsoft’s Decision to End Support for New CPUs on Windows 7, 8.1

The tech community has recently gone up in arms against Microsoft after their reaffirmation that they will not be supporting CPUs newer than Intel Haswell on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. While many has seen this as a power play by Microsoft to force users to upgrade to Windows 10, HotHardware recently presented a possible alternate explanation with much less malicious intent.

According to HotHardware, the decision not to support newer CPUs on older operating systems boils down to additional features that were added to the new CPUs. This largely includes the newest power saving features from both Intel and AMD as well as SMT (Simultaneous Multi-Threading) from [...]

Read More
September 1, 2016

Microsoft Ending Support for New Hardware on Windows 7, 8.1

Haven’t taken advantage of that free upgrade to Windows 10? Planning to upgrade to a new Intel Kaby Lake or AMD Zen based Summit Ridge CPU down the line? Think again!

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they’ll be ending support on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for newer CPUs, forcing users who upgrade to a newer CPU to purchase a copy of Windows 10. This new support policy change will include upcoming processors such as Intel’s Kaby Lake and AMD’s Bristol Ridge/Summit Ridge CPUs. Originally Microsoft had also included Intel Haswell processors among the processors that would lose Windows 7/8.1 support however, [...]

Read More
August 3, 2016

Microsoft Rolls Out Massive Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607, Build 14393.10)

If you haven’t checked your Windows 10 updater yet, be sure to do so soon as Microsoft recently rolled out their highly anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update marking the 1 year anniversary of the new operating system. Microsoft had promised more regular updates to their newest operating system and this appears to be the first of many to come. Carrying the version number 1607 and build number 14393.10, the update is the biggest since the launch of Windows 10 and is going to cost you a couple gigabytes in bandwidth.

While the list of features and bug-fixes are more extensive than can be listed here, some of the biggest feature additions and improvements [...]

Read More
July 20, 2016

Microsoft’s Cloud Strategy Working, Company Smashes Q4 Expectations

Software giant Microsoft recently reported 4Q2016 earnings of $22.6 billion ($20.6 billion GAP) and $0.69 ($0.39 GAAP) per-share profit which were well above Wall Street expectations thanks in large part to strong performance in their cloud business.

Microsoft is organized into three major business segments – Productivity and Business Processes which basically includes all the different versions of Office, Intelligent Cloud which includes enterprise services, server products, and cloud services, and Personal Computing which includes devices, gaming, search advertising, and Windows.

For 4QFY2016, Microsoft’s Intelligent Cloud [...]

Read More
January 8, 2016

Microsoft Ending Support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10

The day has finally come for Microsoft to retire its aging browser versions. The software giant has officially announced the end of support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 on January 12, 2016.

The end of support means that Microsoft will no longer be releasing security, performance, and stability patches to the versions of IE mentioned above. This is done to reduce support cost and allocate more resources to supporting IE 11 and Microsoft’s latest browser Microsoft Edge.

IE 11 will continue to receive support until at least the end of Windows 10’s life cycle, which is October 13, 2020. However, IE 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer [...]

Read More
July 29, 2015

Microsoft Officially Launches Windows 10

The wait is over boys and girls, Microsoft’s latest and greatest operating system has landed!

As the successor to Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 10 brings some much needed improvements to the popular operating system. Aside from a plethora of under-the-hood performance optimizations, Windows 10 also features a desperately needed UI overhaul that merged the traditional look of Windows 7 and the new card system from Windows 8 for a more intuitive experience. For example, the start button is finally back. It now properly launches the start menu and also displays tiles on the side. There is no longer two desktops to fiddle around with like we had to in [...]

Read More
May 26, 2015

Microsoft Announces Seven Windows 10 Editions

With Windows 10’s summer shipping date inching ever closer, Microsoft recently announced no less than seven editions for its highly anticipated operating system. Microsoft has detailed exactly what each version entails in their blog post, but for those who want a quick run down, this is what it all boils down to.

Windows 10 Home – Consumer oriented edition designed for desktop PCs, tablets, and 2-in-1s. It will come with new features like Microsoft’s Cortana Voice Assistant, Microsoft Web Browser, and iris/fingerprint login.

Windows 10 Mobile – Exactly as its name [...]

Featured Articles
Review: Samsung 960 PRO 2TB SSD – Breaking All Barriers
Review: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 AMP! Graphics Card
Samsung Expects 512GB SSD, 1TB HDD to Reach Price Parity in 2020, 236% PCIe SSD Growth by 2018 – Samsung SSD Gl...
Review: Samsung 850 EVO 4TB SSD
Samsung Announces 960 EVO, PRO M.2 NVMe SSDs at SSD Global Summit 2016
Latest Articles