DEAL: Microsoft is Having a HUGE Xbox Game Sale Right Now!

If you own a Xbox One, Microsoft is currently holding a huge sale where they are offering up to 65% off on HUNDREDS of games! Wether you’re a fan of adventure games, sports games, FPSs, and more, there ought to be something in there that is of interest to you! [Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale – […]

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Need a PC problem fixed in a pinch? Troubleshooting & Maintaining Your PC All-in-One For Dummies offers 5 books in 1 and takes the pain out of wading through those incomprehensible manuals, or waiting for a high-priced geek to show up days or weeks after you need them. A value of $16 now free for […]

Xbox Games To Support Keyboard & Mouse Controls

The Xbox One will soon support keyboards and mice. Gamers will even be able to use Razer keyboards that light up with visual cues. The news came out with the leak of promotional material for a Microsoft-Razer tie-up, but it’s now been confirmed the support will be for all manufacturers. It should work with any […]

Introducing Windows 95 Mobile

A major… and fortunately very fake update for microsoft phones by the folks over at 4096. Also, Clippy > Cortana! :) [4096]

Virtual Reality Plans Scrapped For Xbox

Microsoft has confirmed it won’t be bringing virtual or ‘mixed’ reality to the Xbox One range. It says PCs are the best place for such technology. The confirmation has been awaited for two years ever since Microsoft first announced the Xbox One X in 2016, at that point referring to it as Project Scorpio. At […]

GitHub Gets Got: Microsoft Buys It Out

  Microsoft has confirmed it’s bought GitHub for $7.5 billion. It says the platform will remain independent and open, prompting speculation about exactly why it’s made the purchase. The price, to be paid in Microsoft stock, is considerably more than initial reports suggested, particularly given that GitHub has been far from profitable. It’s the latest […]

Xbox Getting Accessibility Controler

Microsoft is working on a special Xbox controller for people with accessibility needs. It looks to be designed to balance functionality with simplicity of use. The image above was leaked by a Twitter user (@h0x0d) and appears to be legitimate, though exactly how it works has largely been inferred. The two giant buttons (A and […]

The Evolution of Windows Startup Sounds

The evolution of Windows startup sounds, from Windows 95 right up to Windows 10. They did miss a few (Windows 3.1 and Millenium) and starting from Windows Vista, the sound remained the same up until Windows 10. [4096]