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The Spring Sale is the best time to buy from the Minecraft Marketplace

[ad_1] The Minecraft news for the day isn’t about a new update beta, but instead is about the new Minecraft Marketplace Spring Sale. From now until April 7, 2021, players can take advantage of mass discounts of up to 33% off on skins, textures, maps, adventures, and much more from the Minecraft Marketplace. Every day,…
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All our picks for the very best laptops with USB-C ports

[ad_1] Best USB-C Laptops Windows Central 2021 Looking for a new laptop that has USB-C ports? Perhaps you need Thunderbolt 3. Maybe Thunderbolt 3 isn’t a requirement for you, and you just want your laptop to be future-proofed. Either way, we’ve rounded up what we think are the best USB-C laptops available to buy today.…
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Edge Dev now syncs favorites and other content by default on Linux

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft recently rolled out an update for Edge Dev that brings several new features and a number of fixes. Following the update, the browser has sign-in and sync for personal Microsoft accounts on by default for Linux users. Previously, you had to enable this feature through a flag.…
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Serial Cleaners is the PC and Xbox-bound sequel to Serial Cleaner

[ad_1] Source: Draw Distance | YouTube At the Future Games Show, Draw Distance revealed an early gameplay trailer for their upcoming title, Serial Cleaners. Serial Cleaners is the sequel to the slightly-different Serial Cleaner, a stealth puzzler that delivered on concept but not on content. In case you missed it, we’re highlighting Serial Cleaners and…
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Our Zac Bowden wants to hear your questions about Windows 10 and Microsoft

[ad_1] If you love Microsoft, Windows 10, or our senior editor Zac Bowden, you have a new date to add to your calendar. Bowden will join Mary Jo Foley for the next MJFChat, which will occur on April 8, 2021. During the chat, Bowden and Foley will discuss rumors and speculation about what’s coming up…
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An homage to pointless video game details and the importance of choice

[ad_1] Source: Windows CentralHitting the sauna with my friends in Monster Hunter World. Why? No reason in particular. And that’s okay. Last year, Mass Effect Cinematic Designer John Ebenger revealed that 90 per cent of Mass Effect players chose the Paragon playthrough for Shepard. In Mass Effect, a big part of the game’s unique selling…
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Microsoft Teams finally supports native Windows 10 notifications

[ad_1] After months of testing and anticipation, Microsoft Teams finally supports native Windows 10 notifications. We first reported on the feature for Teams back in August 2020. The feature then showed up in preview in December. Now, native notification support is rolling out and should be generally available for everyone this month. Once the feature…
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‘Narita Boy’ on Xbox Game Pass is a hack n’ slash retrowave fever dream

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Xbox Game Pass features some of the best Xbox games out there, with new additions weaving in every month. Beyond some of the heavy hitters like the huge influx of Bethesda games following Microsoft’s acquisition, there’s a smorgasbord of high-quality indie titles hitting the platform to supplement those bigger releases. One…
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RGB hair, Godzilla headphones, and the other best April Fools’ Day pranks

[ad_1] Source: Razer What you need to know Several tech companies participated in April Fools’ Day, including Razer and Surfshark. Some people also fell for fake news on April Fools’ Day. Unfortunately, Razer’s RGB hair dye that you can control from your phone is not real. April Fools’ Day is a dangerous day for news…
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Want to enjoy ray tracing? You’ll need one of these graphics cards.

[ad_1] Ray tracing allows game developers to light in-game environments with a level of depth and realism that previously wasn’t possible, and ray tracing can also be used in graphics-related workflows as well. However, to actually use ray tracing, you’ll need to be equipped with a ray tracing-compatible graphics card (GPU). GPUs that can handle…
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Acer’s big sale could you save you up to 28% on monitors, tablets, & more

[ad_1] Acer makes a lot of stuff. A lot more than you might realize. From crazy powerful laptops to monitors to all sorts of peripherals. Well, now is your chance to get some new Acer gear. One of Amazon’s deals of the day features a selection of Acer stuff from a pre-built desktop to an…
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STALKER 2 devs post five-minute video of the game’s knife spinning around

[ad_1] The developers of STALKER 2, GSC Game World, have posted a five-minute video comically titled “Cut(ting) content” in which the knife players will be able to use in STALKER 2 spins around for five minutes in a showcase. This video follows a developer diary GSC Game World released at the March ID@Xbox showcase that…
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Preserving gaming icons is ‘more important than ever,’ says Microsoft

[ad_1] Microsoft has shown a commitment to classic gaming for years. With backward compatibility spanning across multiple Xbox generations, people can play new and classic games side-by-side on the Xbox platform. The official Xbox Twitter handle recently discussed the importance of preserving gaming icons and classic games for “new and old players alike.” The tweet…
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Twitter for Windows 10 now supports Fleets, nudges, and more

[ad_1] Twitter’s progressive web app (PWA) recently received an update that brings several new features. Twitter’s PWA powers Twitter for Windows, Twitter for KaiOS, Twitter Lite on Android, and mobile.twitter.com, all of which now have the latest update. The update brings support for Fleets, nudges, and a new page for browsing topics. Here’s everything that’s…
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Review: CalDigit’s SOHO dock is a high-performance hub ideal for travel

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Our pick for the best laptop docking station, the CalDigit TS3 Plus, sets a high standard. And CalDigit doesn’t stop there. The new SOHO dock — which stands for Small Office Home Office — is a far more compact alternative that is better suited for a life on the go. I’ve…
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Overclock your CPU with a custom water cooling solution

[ad_1] Best CPU Blocks for PC Water Cooling Windows Central 2021 Looking to overclock or simply cool your CPU? You’re going to want to install a water cooling solution to handle the additional heat output. Going with a custom setup allows you to tailor the cooling to your requirements and adapt it to the best…
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Details about the Ryzen 5000G APUs just leaked online

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central Details about AMD’s Ryzen 5000G-series desktop APUs appear to have leaked online. The leaks come from Twitter user “momomo_us” and show off three different Ryzen APUs. Based on the leaks, the new APUs are based on AMD’s Zen 3 architecture and use AMD’s integrated Vega GPU cores. AMD…
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Grab Samsung’s T7 Touch portable SSD for $20 off and keep your media close

[ad_1] The Samsung T7 Touch is a great portable solid state drive with plenty of neat features. Today the 500GB version is on sale for $89.99 at Best Buy. That’s $20 off its regular price and one of its best prices ever. While the SSD is sold out at Amazon, you can find this same…
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Discord launches Stage channels, its own Clubhouse-like feature

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Discord just announced a new type of channel for Community servers that focuses on speaking with an audience. They’re called Stage channels, and they’re Discord’s answer to the Clubhouse app that’s growing in popularity. Stage channels allow you to communicate with an audience and easily control who can…
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Keep Windows 10 free of malware with the Microsoft Safety Scanner

[ad_1] On Windows 10, the Microsoft Safety Scanner (MSERT) is a standalone tool that scans, finds, and removes many malware types, including viruses, spyware, and unwanted software causing harm on your computer without having to install it on the device. The security tool is similar to the Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT), and it works…
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Mysterious black Surface Book appears in advertisement for Microsoft 365

[ad_1] An advertisement image for Microsoft 365 has been spotted on Facebook featuring what appears to be a black Surface Book device of some kind. The ad itself simply takes you to the Microsoft website, but it’s interesting to see a black version of the Surface Book in center frame even though such a product…
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Microsoft concerned about 2021 Election Integrity Act

[ad_1] Source: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images for Microsoft Brad Smith, the President of Microsoft, has taken to the company blog to speak out about the Election Integrity Act (via The Verge). In a post entitled “Why we are concerned about Georgia’s new election law,” Smith opens with a few statements outlining how much business Microsoft does…
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Your beginners guide to Outriders and harnessing your powers

[ad_1] . Source: Square Enix Outriders from People Can Fly and Square Enix is finally out, offering players the chance to loot and shoot their way across an alien planet with guns and superpowers. The crux of this upcoming multiplayer shooter game isn’t difficult to understand, and while the tutorial can be a bit long…
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Here are all the radiator sizes the Corsair Obsidian 1000D supports

[ad_1] Best answer: The Corsair Obsidian 1000D supports up to four 480 mm radiators simultaneously. The default configuration is two 480 mm radiators at the front and one 420 mm radiator at the top. Best PC case money can buy: Corsair Obsidian 1000D $515 at Newegg Best Radiator for the Obsidian 1000D: Corsair Hydro X…
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Here are the best Corsair PC cases

[ad_1] Best Corsair PC Cases Windows Central 2021 Corsair has some pretty great PC components, and when it comes to PC cases, they’re often considered to be the best. A good PC case is tough to pick, especially given Corsair’s huge catalog of PC cases. While Corsair offers a ton of options for your own…
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Spotify Mixes use machine learning to find music that you’ll love

[ad_1] Source: Joe Maring / Windows Central A new feature from Spotify helps you find new music based on what you already love and listen to. They’re called Spotify Mixes, and they allow you to find new music based on genre, artists, and decade. They take inspiration from Spotify’s Daily Mix, but take it a…
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You have a few hours left to say a final farewell to Cortana on your phone

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Today is the last day that you can ask Cortana a question on iOS and Android — or use it at all on a smartphone. The Cortana app is going away entirely on these platforms. Even if you already have the app installed, it won’t be supported after…
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Microsoft Teams will soon let you set time limits for breakout rooms

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams will soon support the option to set time limits for breakout rooms. The feature was spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia and shared on Twitter earlier today. Breakout rooms within Teams are a handy feature for splitting off into groups. You can speak to everyone within a main meeting and then split off into…
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Backward compatible games are now being added to Xbox Cloud Gaming

[ad_1] The Xbox backward compatibility team has showed no signs of slowing down in recent months, and continues to expand the program in new and meaningful ways. Earlier this month, FPS Boost began to double or even quadruple the framerates of select backward compatible titles on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Today, Xbox…
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You’ll soon be able to see timestamps within Edge’s tab search feature

[ad_1] Microsoft is testing an improvement to Microsoft Edge for the tab search experience. According to Windows Latest, the improvement is in limited testing at the moment. Chromium recently improved tab search functionality, so it’s not surprising to see the feature in the works for the Chromium-based Edge. Edge Canary recently added an experimental flag…
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Halo: MCC Season 6 announced, launches April 7

[ad_1] 343 Industries has announced Season 6 of Halo: MCC, which is dubbed Raven. The season launches on April 7, 2021, and it will be completely free to enjoy. Additionally, the season will also be available on both the Xbox and PC versions of the game. In terms of what the season offers in terms…
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Immersive Reader is on its way to four more Microsoft apps and services

[ad_1] Microsoft’s Immersive Reader is a tool that helps improve reading comprehension. It’s built into several Microsoft products, and the list of supported apps and services is about to grow. Microsoft announced this week that PowerPoint, SharePoint, OneDrive, and MakeCode will all soon support Immersive Reader. Immersive Reader for PowerPoint has been a highly requested…
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Here are the best Fractal Design PC cases

[ad_1] Best Fractal Design PC Cases Windows Central 2021 If you’re building your own PC, one of the biggest decisions you have to make is picking the right PC case. Fractal Design makes some of the best PC cases out there, and you can find one for every type of build. However, Fractal Design offers…
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Here are the best mice you can buy, including the Logitech MX Master 3

[ad_1] It’s easy to buy a $10 mouse for your PC and call it a day, but you’d be doing an injustice that could hamper your experience. Spending on your mouse is a great way to make sure you get the most out of Windows 10, which is why we’ve rounded up all the absolute…
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25-year Microsoft veteran Gavriella Schuster is passing the torch

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Updated March 31, 2021: This post has been updated to state that Schuster is moving on from her current role and will evaluate her next steps. Gavriella Schuster, Microsoft corporate vice president of commercial partner, will move away from her current role after 25 years with Microsoft. Schuster…
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These are all the many ways to open Command Prompt on Windows 10

[ad_1] On Windows 10, Command Prompt has been available for a long time, and it is an essential tool that allows anyone to execute commands to change system settings, run non-graphical tools (such as netsh, diskpart, netstat, powercfg, dism, sfc, chcksk, etc.), troubleshoot problems, and automate tasks on their desktop computer or laptop. Although opening…
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Everything that rolled out to Microsoft Teams in February and March 2021

[ad_1] Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Windows Central Microsoft Teams gained a long list of features throughout February and March. We’ve covered many of the features as they’ve rolled out and been announced, but Microsoft also has a convenient roundup summarizing all of the new features. Some of these features are still in preview, but quite…
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New push notification types arrive on GitHub Mobile

[ad_1] GitHub Mobile, an app that lets you manage your coding projects while on the go, now supports additional push notification options. Announced today by GitHub on Twitter, additional push notification types are chief among the things that users asked for and are now receiving. The notifications you can now send include: Direct Mentions Assigned…
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Ryzen CPUs appear in leaked Alienware m15 spec sheets

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central Alienware m15 gaming laptops have been known to rely on 10th-gen Intel CPUs. However, according to a purported leak from Rogame on Twitter (via Tom’s Guide), it seems those days are over. If the leak turns out to be true, it looks like new m15 models are on…
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The latest Grounded content update is now available with a Photo Mode

[ad_1] Source: Obsidian Entertainment Grounded is continuing its steady march to a full release by dropping the Grounded 0.8.0 March Content Update today. Players in Grounded’s early access can enjoy a brand-new content update that brings a ton of bug fixes, general improvements, balancing tweaks, and a handful of new features to enjoy. Chief amongst…
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Pay tribute to Sabine Schmitz with a new event in Forza Motorsport 7

[ad_1] Source: Forza Motorsport | Twitter Today, Forza Motorsport 7 lovingly pays tribute to an absolute legend behind the wheel, Sabine Schmitz. Known as the Queen of the Nürburgring by car fanatics, Sabine Schmitz was the first woman to win the infamous 24 Hours Race at the Nürburgring, made regular appearances on Top Gear, and…
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You can now add a video profile to your LinkedIn page

[ad_1] Microsoft’s LinkedIn announced several new features that make it easier to build up your following on the platform. The social networking platform is rolling out an option to create a video cover story, a new creator mode, and a new feature to help promote LinkedIn Live broadcasters. LinkedIn outlines the improvements in a new…
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April’s Games with Gold include Vikings: Wolves of Midgard and more

[ad_1] April is almost here, and Xbox is starting off the month by revealing the Xbox Games with Gold for April. Xbox Games with Gold is a revolving collection of four free games that subscribers can redeem every single month. This month’s selection closely mirrors previous months for Xbox Games with Gold, with the four…
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More ‘premium’ Xbox accessories on the way under new ‘Xbox Limited Series’

[ad_1] Bang & Olufsen recently unveiled its new Beoplay Portal headphones, a high-end gaming headset designed in collaboration with Microsoft, targeting Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles. The device, packing leading audio tech and luxury materials, looks to deliver a best-in-class experience, but with a hefty $499 price tag to match. That investment is…
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New Teams tagging options will make it easy to ping groups of people

[ad_1] Updated March 30, 2021: This piece has been updated to reflect that the new feature allows app developers to programmatically manage tags through integrations. Microsoft Teams will soon make it easy to ping a specific group of people within a channel. An upcoming feature allows app developers to programmatically assign users to tags within…
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Xbox Beta Insiders don’t need Xbox Live Gold for free-to-play games anymore

[ad_1] Microsoft appears to be working through its testing for free-to-play games not requiring a subscription rather quickly. Just last week, Microsoft started testing the ability to play free-to-play multiplayer games without an Xbox Live Gold subscription with Alpha and Alpha Skip-Ahead Insiders. Now, the same ability is available for Xbox Beta Insiders. Without the…
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Check out the latest products from 3D printer Palette maker Mosaic

[ad_1] If you have been in the 3D printing community for any amount of time you likely know who Mosaic is. If you don’t, it makes the Palette 2, an add-on for your 3D printer that allows you to use multiple different filaments through a single extruder. On Tuesday, March 30 2021, Mosaic announced its…
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Microsoft Lens can now scan up to 100 pages to create PDFs on iOS

[ad_1] Microsoft Lens recently received an update that makes it easier to scan large documents on iOS devices. The update brings the option to create PDFs when scanning up to 100 pages. It’s a small change that should come in handy when scanning longer contracts, books, or documents. Here’s the complete changelog, as found on…
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Bang & Olufsen unveils $499 Beoplay Portal headset for Xbox

[ad_1] Bang & Olufsen has announced the Beoplay Portal, its first wireless gaming headset, designed in partnership with Microsoft for its Xbox consoles. The high-end cans double down on high-end audio, featuring full-fledged active noise cancellation (ANC) and a sophisticated metallic design. They’re not cheap, clocking in at a $499 U.S. launch price, but look…
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HP, Apple among tech giants that oppose ‘right to repair’ bill in Nevada

[ad_1] HP and Apple are among the tech giants fighting against a “right to repair” bill in Nevada. TechNet, a trade group that lobbies for HP, Apple, Honeywell, and other manufacturers of devices, strongly opposed the right to repair legislation in a committee hearing in the Nevada Legislature on Monday. A report from the Associated…
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We compare the Surface Pro 7+ with Lenovo’s ThinkPad X12 Detachable

[ad_1] Mid-Gen Refresh Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus First-Gen ThinkPad 2-in-1 Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable The Surface Pro 7 Plus for Business is a mid-gen Pro 7 refresh that adds 4G LTE connectivity, better battery life, upgradeable SSD, and updated CPUs. If you don’t need the extra ThinkPad security and management features, it’s likely the…
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Xbox teams up with Japan’s biggest VTubers to showcase Xbox Game Pass

[ad_1] Microsoft’s Xbox hasn’t ever had an easy time in Japan. The historically Xbox-sceptical market is increasingly important for Microsoft, as popularity in Japanese games resurges. Recent Nintendo Switch exclusive Monster Hunter Rise has already shipped 4 million copies, behind only Monster Hunter World, which shipped on both Xbox and PlayStation simultaneously. Microsoft has seen…
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Latest optional Windows 10 update fixes HDR and video playback issues

[ad_1] Windows 10 versions 20H2 and 2004 now have a new optional update available. The update brings PCs to version 19042.906 or 19041.906 depending on the last major update your PC received. The highlights and changes for both versions are the same and include several bug fixes. Among the issues fixed, the update addresses a…
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You can manage Wi-Fi settings with commands – here’s how on Windows 10

[ad_1] Although you can manage many aspects of wireless networks using the Settings app (and Control Panel), sometimes, you may still need to perform more advanced tasks. For instance, recover the wireless password for a particular profile, view detailed information about saved profiles, or create a report to troubleshoot issues, which are not common tasks…
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Uno Platform takes WinUI 3 cross platform with its latest update

[ad_1] Source: Al Sacco | Windows Central Microsoft announced the rollout of Project Reunion 0.5 earlier today. It’s a major milestone in terms of Windows 10 development, in part because it is the first complete release of Project Reunion that includes WinUI 3. On the heels of that announcement, Uno Platform announced the release of…
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These are the best PC case desks out there

[ad_1] Best PC Case Desk Windows Central 2021 If you want to go all out while building your own PC, a PC case desk is a great potential investment. While PC case desks can cost a pretty penny, they’re doing the work of a PC case, and a desk, so it’s not a tough call…
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Moonglow Bay for Xbox and PC is the wholesome co-op fishing sim we deserve

[ad_1] At the March 2021 ID@Xbox event on Twitch, Bunnyhug revealed their upcoming cutesy fishing sim Moonglow Bay, which blends elements of community building, cooking, and co-op fishing into a wholly wholesome whole. Moonglow Bay is built by a team of just nine people and is hitting Xbox platforms and Steam in the near future.…
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Xbox Series X vs. PlayStation 5: Everything you need to know

[ad_1] Power Your Dreams Xbox Series X Play Has No Limits PlayStation 5 Microsoft’s Xbox Series X delivers beastly next-generation hardware, promising “four times” the processing capabilities of Xbox One X, and pacing 12 teraflops (TF) of computing power. Accompanied by storage and memory gains, it aims to streamline next-generation gaming. $499 at Amazon While…
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From Pyromancer to Trickster: All the Outriders classes explained

[ad_1] Source: Square Enix Outriders is the latest drop-in, drop-out co-op title to hit the market, coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one and every other platform on April 1. In this looter shooter, you are caught up in a war on the planet Enoch, which holds the last of humanity, but has also…
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The Falconeer is releasing the free ‘Atun’s Folly’ update on Xbox and PC

[ad_1] Source: Wired Productions The Falconeer is following the launch of its first paid DLC, the Hunter from earlier this year with a free content update. Atun’s Folly is releasing right now for the Falconeer on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC. In the free update, players will discover the unique…
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Regardless of stock issues, these are the best AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT GPUs

[ad_1] Best AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Graphics Cards Windows Central 2021 The AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards (GPU) series recently got a new addition to it — the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT. This midrange Radeon family aims to deliver a solid 1440p gaming performance and take on the NVIDIA RTX 3060 Ti.…
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Microsoft just made it easier to make modern Windows 10 apps

[ad_1] Microsoft released Project Reunion 0.5 today, which is a major milestone in the advancement of app development for Windows 10. Version 0.5 is the first production-ready release of Project Reunion, as well as the first complete release of Project Reunion that includes WinUI 3. What all this means in layman’s terms is that developers…
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NieR Replicant’s upcoming remake for Xbox and PC lives up to the hype

[ad_1] Source: Square Enix While the incredible 2017 action RPG NieR: Automata received widespread praise from critics and players alike and is no doubt one of the best Xbox games, its 2010 predecessor, NieR Replicant (simply NieR on the Xbox 360), wasn’t nearly as popular. Though many loved its story, characters, and music to the…
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Cyberpunk 2077 has now released the 1.2 patch update for Xbox and PC

[ad_1] Cyberpunk 2077 is a great game, but is undeniably flawed (especially on consoles). The latest update aiming to resolve these issues is the 1.2 patch update, which CD Projekt RED has been working on for months now. After lots of waiting, the 1.2 patch update for Cyberpunk 2077 is finally here. At least, it…
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Here’s everything Microsoft rolled out to Teams for phones in March

[ad_1] Microsoft regularly adds new features to Microsoft Teams on all major platforms. Each month, it posts a roundup of the features that arrived that month. The latest post from Microsoft breaks down what’s new for Teams on phones in March 2021. The list includes a simplified user sign-in experience, multi-cloud sign-in support, and the…
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Information on the next Battlefield game may have leaked

[ad_1] The Battlefield franchise may return later this year, following the excellent (but ultimately disappointing sales-wise) Battlefield V. EA hasn’t announced the next Battlefield game yet, and no information has been confirmed for it. However, the rumor mill has begun churning out leaks, culminating in a new leak from /bf6leaker on Reddit. If the information…
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Review: The ThinkPad X12 Detachable targets the business 2-in-1 market

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central The Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable was announced at CES 2021 as a powerful, feature-laden alternative to the Surface Pro line. It’s essentially a ThinkPad laptop that’s been shrunk down into a compact 2-in-1 design. This isn’t the first ThinkPad 2-in-1 from Lenovo; the now-extinct ThinkPad X1 Tablet was a solid attempt…
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Twitter is down right now for some users worldwide [Update]

[ad_1] Update 3/29/2021 11:40 AM: It appears that the issues with Twitter ended as rapidly as they began, as most users are now reporting that the problems have been resolved. The social media giant Twitter appears to be down for many users across the globe as thousands of users, particularly people in the United States…
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You can now see the changelog for Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.2 patch update

[ad_1] Source: CD Projekt RED | Twitter After months of waiting, CD Projekt RED is finally almost ready to release the much-needed 1.2 patch update for Cyberpunk 2077. Cyberpunk 2077 is a crazily ambitious, fantastic game that suffers from numerous serious problems, especially on last-gen consoles like the Xbox One and PS4. All the fixes…
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It’s now easier to forward meetings in Microsoft Teams

[ad_1] Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Windows Central Microsoft Teams recently received an update on its Android version. The update brings support for several new features, including the ability to forward meetings to one or more people, the option to create and join events with Teams for friends and family, and notification drawer support within Android…
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Review: Become a diabolical mastermind in Evil Genius 2

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central The original Evil Genius launched all the way back in 2004 and became something of a cult classic. In Evil Genius, you assume the role of a diabolical mastermind hellbent on taking over the world, filled with fun 1960s James Bond stereotypes and humor. The studio that built the original sadly…
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The ultra fast Samsung 980 Pro 2TB M.2 SSD with NVMe is down to just $350

[ad_1] We reviewed the Samsung 980 Pro when it released back in December, and we really liked it. It got 4 stars and a Recommended badge. Right now you can get the highest capacity version on sale. The 980 Pro 2TB SSD for a new low price of $349.99 at Amazon. The 2TB drive normally…
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Microsoft Remote Desktop now supports on-screen keyboards from clients

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Remote Desktop recently received an update on Android that makes it easier to use with touchscreen keyboards. The update brings the app to version 10.0.9.11.22 and also includes a couple of other improvements as well as bug fixes. Following the update, you’ll be able to use built-in…
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Edge PWAs will soon look much more like native Windows 10 apps

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Edge will soon support a feature that will allow progressive web apps (PWAs) to look more like native Windows 10 apps. The feature will let developers customize the title bar area of PWAs. The feature is on the way, according to Techtsp that managed to see some…
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Microsoft’s spring sale just kicked off with savings across the board

[ad_1] Spring is in the air, and that means that it’s time for savings. The Microsoft spring sale just kicked off, and it includes some of the best laptops as well as Xbox deals, PC deals, and more. If you’ve freed up some space with spring cleaning, you can fill it back up with some…
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You can add the ship blocking the Suez Canal to Microsoft Flight Simulator

[ad_1] We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Shopping Spree On this week’s podcast … Microsoft buying Discord, Windows 10, and more We’re back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, it appears that Microsoft is set to buy Discord as part of its recent…
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On this week’s podcast … Microsoft buying Discord, Windows 10, and more

[ad_1] Zac Bowden Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden. [ad_2] This post was written by Zac Bowden and was first posted to WindowsCentral

Seven simple ways to transfer data from an old PC to a new one

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Moving to a new Windows 10 PC is an exciting time, especially if you were lucky enough to snag an option from our best windows laptop roundup, but you might be wondering how to transfer data from an old PC to a new PC. Your familiar files and…
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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 is crashing on Xbox Series X and S

[ad_1] Update March 28, 2021: In our own testing, it seems you can “fix” this by uninstalling the next-gen “upgrade” patch and reverting back to the Xbox One version of the game. To do this, press the hamburger (three-lines) button on your controller with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 selected, then go to Manage game…
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Get Razer’s BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper-themed mechanical keyboard for $60

[ad_1] You can get the limited-edition Stormtrooper edition of Razer’s BlackWidow Lite mechanical keyboard for just $59.99 at Amazon. This is part of a unique sale from Razer and you can find the price matched at the Razer website. This is $10 better than the next best deal at GameStop. Other retailers are still selling…
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Is the built-in Windows 10 VPN worth using?

[ad_1] If you’ve kept on top of the latest Windows 10 developments, you may have spotted the Windows 10 VPN client’s existence. It sounds super promising by its very name, suggesting you don’t need a dedicated VPN solution, and you can simply flick it on any time you need the added protection and security. Dig…
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HP’s Spectre x360 is the best 13-inch notebook you can buy right now

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Best 13-Inch Laptop Windows Central 2021 There are plenty 13-inch notebooks out there to choose from, but which ones make the list of best Windows laptop options you can buy for the money? Luckily for you, it’s a great time to be shopping for a Windows laptop. We’ve…
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Here’s the ultimate guide to mods in Minecraft: Java Edition on PC

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central | Zachary Boddy There are already nearly unlimited possibilities within the magical world of Minecraft, but you can make Minecraft even grander with mods. Mods are additions and expansions (usually built by third parties) that can do practically anything you could imagine, from completely altering a game’s core mechanics to simple…
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Xbox March event brings over 20 new ID@Xbox games to Xbox Game Pass

[ad_1] Source: Matt Brown / Windows Central Microsoft just wrapped its ID@Xbox March showcase, a dedicated live event hosted in partnership with Twitch, shining a spotlight on independent developers on its platform. The over three-hour event compiled new gameplay, trailers, and interviews across 100 titles headed to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Windows PCs.…
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Here’s everything that was announced at the March ID@Xbox games showcase

[ad_1] Source: Jez Corden | Windows Central The ID@Xbox games showcase on March 26, 2021, featured dozens of indie games from a wide variety of publishers. The event may not have been filled with massive “AAA” game announcements, but passionate indie developers revealed updates and new trailers for over 80 new games. Many of these…
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Second Extinction hits Xbox on April 28, launching into Xbox Game Pass

[ad_1] Source: Systemic Reaction Second Extinction is headed to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles on April 28, developer and publisher Systemic Reaction has announced. The company unveiled plans to launch its prehistoric shooter at Microsoft’s March ID@Xbox showcase event, coupled with a day-one release into the Xbox Game Pass subscription service on the…
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STALKER 2 devs show off shiny new boots, guns, and teeth

[ad_1] In a new developer diary that debuted during the ID@Xbox March showcase, STALKER 2 developers showcased some of the assets being made for the game. These included outfits for the Duty and Freedom factions, a various assortment of firearm models, and — hilariously — a “custom teeth tool” that allows the developers to ensure…
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Death’s Door interview: This Zelda-like is a big indie win for Xbox

[ad_1] Devolver Digital recently announced its next big indie hit Death’s Door and I had the chance to sit down with Mark Foster and David Fenn of Acid Nerve to chat about this impressive looking Zelda-like. While Xbox has historically missed out on other indie game phenomenons launches like Among Us and Fall Guys, Xbox…
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Last Oasis is out now on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One

[ad_1] In a new trailer shown during the ID@Xbox March event, it was announced that Last Oasis, a popular survival game that has been available on PC for several months, is also out right now on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One consoles. The game is in Game Preview, much like the…
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You can now download Teams attendance reports after a meeting ends

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Teams has a new feature that makes it much easier to download attendance reports for meetings. You can now download reports after a meeting concludes. Before this recent update, you had to download attendance reports before a meeting ended. The improvement to attendance reports was spotted earlier…
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Razer announces a reusable straw to help you go green

[ad_1] Razer announced a reusable straw today. It’s the latest effort from the company to be more green and sustainable. Razer has also helped saved 100,000 trees and is working to move to recycled and recyclable materials. I recently spoke with Razer’s chief of staff and member of Razer’s board, Patricia Liu, to discuss Razer’s…
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Magic, dragons, a big axe: this new ‘Song of Iron’ Xbox trailer delivers

[ad_1] Source: Joe Winter Song of Iron is a game we can’t wait to play. So much so, that it even made our 20 most anticipated Xbox games of 2021 list earlier this year. At today’s ID@Xbox Indie Showcase, fans were treated to a brand new gameplay trailer filled with new enemies, diverse environments, and…
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Rust Console Edition hits Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S on May 21

[ad_1] Source: Facepunch Studios Rust soon makes its arrival on consoles, with the open-world survival multiplayer hit headed to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on May 21. The title made its appearance at Microsoft’s ID@Xbox showcase event on Friday, with developer and publisher, Double Eleven, opening Rust Console Edition preorders ahead of its scheduled…
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Microsoft’s Journal now supports pen pressure, custom colors, and more

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Garage released a new called Journal last month. It’s an ink-first app for jotting down notes and other content with a stylus. It supports ink gestures, touch scrolling, and making a selection with a pen, which all allow you to quickly navigate the app with your stylus.…
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Your next Razer laptop might be powered by an AMD processor

[ad_1] Our Cale Hunt shares insight regarding the high-end Ryzen CPU: The Ryzen 9 5000 H-series lineup has the most entries at four total. The Ryzen 9 5900HS and the Ryzen 9 5900HX are the more standard CPUs, with 35W and 45W+ respectively. Yes, the “HX” version can draw more power as needed for better…
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This year’s Call of Duty may be set during WW2 again

[ad_1] Few things are as consistent as the Call of Duty franchise, which introduces a new entry in the series every single year. Last year brought us Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, a mildly disappointing entry due to its lackluster technical performance in multiplayer and zombies. This year, Activision is reportedly returning the…
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In Halo Infinite, the Banished can use your own weapons against you

[ad_1] In 343 Industries’ March 2021 Inside Infinite article, the Project Lead for Halo Infinite, Joseph Staten, closed out the blog post by describing what the game’s dynamic audio threat detection system was like in action (check out our roundup of the music and sound effects details for more information). While playing a campaign level…
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Xbox March Event: ID@Xbox stream start time, where to watch

[ad_1] Microsoft soon kicks off its /twitchgaming ID@Xbox showcase, its scheduled March 26 event hosted in partnership with Twitch, showcasing over 100 titles headed to Xbox consoles, PC, and the broader Xbox platform. The live stream largely centers around independent developers and their upcoming projects, with all-new trailers, interviews, and more to feature. And while…
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The TP-Link Archer C7 Wi-Fi 5 dual-band router has dropped to $50

[ad_1] The TP-Link Archer C7 is a Wi-Fi 5 dual-band router. While we do think you should upgrade to Wi-Fi 6 if you can, and TP-Link has a great Wi-Fi 6 router, too, you may not need that much from your router. Plus, you may not want to pay that much. Right now the Archer…
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GameStop discounts Razer and HyperX PC gaming accessories

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central GameStop is making a comeback outside the stock market too as the retailer looks to celebrate Spring with a sale that covers some PC accessories. Over the course of next week, you’ll see up to $40 slashed off the price of various accessories, including keyboards, mice, and gaming…
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