More Details Emerge About The Next Version of Windows Server

Details about the next version of Windows Server have been trickling out of Microsoft for some time now. We already know that it will share a lot of features with Windows 8, such as Metry apps, and improved performance over …

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By Mike Kurz on 19 April 2012

Three Versions of Windows 8 Outed by Microsoft

A little while back, we heard a nasty rumor about Windows 8. We heard there would be nine different versions of Microsoft’s next big OS. Fortunately, it looks like that ugly rumor will prove false when Windows 8 launches in …

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By Mike Kurz on 17 April 2012

Quick! Upgrade Today! Windows XP Will Only Be Supported For Two More Years!

Windows XP came out over ten years ago. Take a minute and let that sink in – are you using the same phone you were ten years ago? How about the same car? According to Stat Counter, just over a …

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By Mike Kurz on 12 April 2012

System Requirement Round Up for April 10th 2012

This week brings three major releases to the PC, and those three will have to get you through next week as well. Fortunately, this week’s releases should be more than enough to get you through. Men of War: Condemned Heroes …

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By Mike Kurz on 10 April 2012

Google Wants to Change the Way You Look at the World

For over a decade now Google has been providing search results and a host of other information to anyone sitting at a computer. Over the past five years or so, they’ve taken all of that information and made it readily …

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By Mike Kurz on 5 April 2012

Windows 8 Might Support Your Old Slate Computer, but Won’t Perform Well on it

Microsoft has been outspoken about Windows 8’s support for tablet computers, but what about the slate computers that have been on sale for a few years now? These older touchscreen devices will be supported by Windows 8, but there’s a …

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By Mike Kurz on 3 April 2012

Bluestacks Goes Into Beta, Supports More Apps

A while back we told you about the alpha version of Bluestacks. Back then Bluestacks only offered up support for a handful of Android apps, and it didn’t support any sort of emulation for the built-in accelerometer packed into Android …

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By Mike Kurz on 29 March 2012

System Requirement Round Up for March 27th 2012

First thing’s first – in case you missed this news, Diablo III finally has a release date. The game you’ve been waiting for will hit the PC on May 15th. Alright, now that you’ve marked your calendar, let’s take a …

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By Mike Kurz on 27 March 2012

Windows 8 Will Support Retina Displays

The latest iPad has a lot of great features, but the screen is easily the most exciting of all. The screen sports a resolution of 2560×1440 giving it a superior picture to any other mobile screen on the market. The …

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By Mike Kurz on 22 March 2012

Windows 8 Coming in October

Over the past several months, we’ve gotten a hold of a lot of details about Microsoft’s next operating system, but the release date has remained a mystery. Bloomberg uncovered some details about the highly anticipated launch of Windows 8. First, …

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By Mike Kurz on 20 March 2012