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What the Heck is Windows 10 S? Here’s What You Need to Know

Microsoft just announced a new operating system called Windows 10 S. The operating system is designed as a lightweight version of Windows to take on Chromebooks and MacBooks. Here’s everything you need to know about Windows 10 S. It’s Primarily Designed for Educational Use So far, Microsoft has explained that the operating system will primarily be meant for educational use, where Chromebooks have exploded with popularity. The laptops are priced at an affordable rate for schools – between $180 and $300 (although the new $1000 Surface Laptop also features Windows 10 S). What Does the S Stand For? Windows chief Terry Myerson claims the “S” stands for the four core features of the new operating system: Secure Superior Performance Streamlined for Simplicity “Soul of Windows 10” As you’ll see below, many people are also claiming the “S” could accurately stand for “Store” or "School". How Is It Different? What makes ...
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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-screen mode on a small number of games. Typically, you’ll need to access your game’s settings, the change the video mode to windowed or full-screen windowed in order for the Game Bar to appear. After you press Windows Key + G to open the Game Bar, you’ll see 7 buttons from left to right, including: Open the Xbox app Take a screenshot Record the last 30 seconds of gameplay Start a recording Start a Beam broadcast Settings Move (you ...
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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 hyped, here are 5 fast facts to get you excited about the new Call of Duty game: 5) Zombies is Back The ever-popular Zombies mode will return in Call of Duty: World War II. We know that because last week’s livestream of the game contained a single image of a Nazi zombie. We’re excited: the first Call of Duty game to feature zombies was World at War – and they were Nazi zombies in that game. The newest Call of Duty ...
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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 Ethernet cable. One end of the cable is in your router, while the other is in your PC’s Ethernet port. Wi-Fi: You connect to your router wirelessly from anywhere within range. The Difference in Performance Speeds and Reliability Ethernet speeds aren’t as straightforward as you might think: the kind of Ethernet cable you use matters, for example, as does the Wi-Fi support on your device. These have a huge impact on performance and reliability. Ethernet, in general, is still the fastest and most reliable ...
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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 first time, the public became aware of games where you could shoot human beings from a first-person perspective, looking down the barrel of a gun. It offered a firsthand connection to the violence on-screen – and you can bet people were upset. Doom wasn’t just controversial for the shooting, blood, and gore: Christian groups in the United States became upset about the satanic imagery in the game. Meanwhile, even the US military got involved when army colonels described it as a ...
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