In Part One, I took a brief look at Microsoft’s push to get Windows 10 as widespread as possible in as short a time as possible. So far, they’ve been pretty successful in rolling the platform out, despite growing privacy concerns. For the past year or so, I’ve been predicting that Microsoft will eventually start […]
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Part One: Resisting Windows 10?
If so, my first question would be, “Are you a gamer?” Since you’re reading this site, I would assume so, and my reply would be “Resistance is futile.” Now that my one-on-one conversation is over, complete with pop-culture reference, you should probably just give up and go upgrade to Windows 10. Also, don’t think this […]
Windows 10 – Released but Ready?
Windows 10 has finally been certified ready to be released to the greater public, but is it really ready for prime time? A glance around the internet gives mostly positive ‘reviews’ of Microsoft’s new operating system, but reviewing something as ubiquitous as a Microsoft OS is tricky at best and pointless at worse. Unlike iOS, […]
Windows 10 and the future of PC gaming
By now most people are familiar with the Windows release cycle: one good, one bad, one good, one bad, and so on. If history is any indication then this should mean that windows 10 will be “good,” since Windows 8 has been almost universally despised, at least by PC gamers. With Windows’ seemingly predictable cycle […]