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What You Need to Know About the New Windows 10 Game Bar

What You Need to Know About the New Windows 10 Game Bar

Windows 10 has had a Game Bar since the beginning. However, the latest Creators Update added several new features to the Game Bar. Find out everything you need to know about these features today. First, you access the Game Bar by pressing Windows Key + G. This works in any PC game – in fact, it works in any PC application. There’s one restriction with the Game Bar: it only supports full-

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5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Call of Duty: WWII

5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Call of Duty: WWII

Well, we called it: a month ago, rumors surfaced on the internet that Call of Duty would be returning to World War II. Confident in our sources, our editorial team decided to announce that “Call of Duty Will Return to World War II in 2017”. One month later, we officially have confirmation: the world’s biggest first person shooter franchise is returning to World War II. To help you get

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Is Ethernet Still Better than Wi-Fi for PC Gaming Performance?

Is Ethernet Still Better than Wi-Fi for PC Gaming Performance?

It’s an age-old question among PC gamers: does plugging in to the internet provide a meaningful increase in speed over Wi-Fi? For years, it’s been accepted that Ethernet connections are the fastest way to game. That was undoubtedly true back in the 1990s and 2000s. But can the same be said today? What’s the Difference? Ethernet: Your PC is physically tethered to your router using an Eth

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Top 5 Most Controversial Games in the History of PC Gaming

Top 5 Most Controversial Games in the History of PC Gaming

PC gaming has seen its share of controversy over the years. Some games have made headlines for being linked to school shootings. Other games have made headlines for bearing an eerie resemblance to real-life events. Today, we’re reminding you of the top 5 most controversial games in PC gaming history. 5) Doom (1993) There were FPS games before Doom – but Doom was the first big one. For the

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How to Easily Cast your Smartphone’s Display to your Windows 10 PC

How to Easily Cast your Smartphone’s Display to your Windows 10 PC

The Windows 10 Anniversary update came out last summer, which made it significantly easier to cast your smartphone’s display onto your screen. Despite that, many PC users continue to be oblivious. Today, we’re explaining how to cast your smartphone display onto your PC. What you Need Essentially, Windows 10’s system works as a software version of a Miracast adapter. That means any devic

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Call of Duty or Red Dead Redemption 2: What Will Be the Best-Selling Game of 2017?

Call of Duty or Red Dead Redemption 2: What Will Be the Best-Selling Game of 2017?

2017 will be an exciting year for gamers across all platforms. But industry analysts are already struggling over one prediction: will Red Dead Redemption 2 or Call of Duty be the best-selling game of 2017? Call of Duty is a best-selling game every year. Love it or hate it, Call of Duty continues to top the charts – even after experiencing slipping sales figures in recent years. As testamen

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Could GTA 6 Be Released in 2018?

Could GTA 6 Be Released in 2018?

Grand Theft Auto V was released in September 2013 – nearly four years ago. The internet has been buzzing this week after reports that the next version of Grand Theft Auto, GTA 6, could be released in 2018. Is there any truth to this rumor? Is Rockstar really making GTA 6 as we speak? Where will the next Grand Theft Auto be set? Today, we’re explaining everything we know about the next ve

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Microsoft Admits That It Won’t Hit Its 1 Billion Windows 10 Install Target By 2018

Microsoft is waving the white flag on its target of reaching 1 billion Windows 10 installs by 2018. Microsoft had initially planned to reach 1 billion Windows 10 installations across all its devices by 2018. Now, after an interview with ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft admits that their goal is not attainable. Instead, Microsoft described how they’re happy with the progress of Windows 10

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How to Track Login Activity on your Windows PC

How to Track Login Activity on your Windows PC

Is somebody else logging into your Windows PC when you’re not around? Fortunately, there’s an easy way to check your activity and track any potential snooping. Today, we’re going to show you how to determine if and when your PC was accessed. Check your Recent Activity The first place to start your search is in the recent activity menu, which showcases a list of recently-opened apps, pro

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Major Flaw Allows Anyone to See Links You Share on Facebook Messenger

Major Flaw Allows Anyone to See Links You Share on Facebook Messenger

Have you ever sent your friend a link to something funny on Facebook Messenger? There’s a chance that someone you don’t know has seen that link. A quirk in Facebook’s developer tools lets anyone see links others have shared using Facebook Messenger – and Facebook doesn’t plan on fixing this problem anytime soon. If you don’t think that’s a problem, then take a look back through

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