Microsoft Announce the Surface Laptop, Starting at $1499 AUD.

Today, Microsoft announced their new laptop, the Surface Laptop as well as an updated version of Windows 10, Windows 10S, designed to help boost performance and bolster security, making apps only available from the Windows Store. The Surface Laptop will come in a variety of models with all models having a 13.5 inch PixelSense Display … Continue reading Microsoft Announce the Surface Laptop, Starting at $1499 AUD.

Minecraft Game Review by Cody.

Have you ever thought of playing in an open world, with many different landscapes? Or do you just want to fight other players online? Minecraft is a game that allows you to do just that. Minecraft is developed by Mojang and Microsoft Studios. Minecraft is a game where you can either play as an invincible player … Continue reading Minecraft Game Review by Cody.

New Surface Devices Announced. Spoiler: You’re gonna need a small loan…

On Thursday, Microsoft held a keynote which showed off new features for Windows 10 such as the "creators update" but they also announced some new devices. They introduced a new, more powerful Surface Book with a GeForce GTX965M 2GB GPU and an Intel Core i7 (Skylake). Apart from the spec and battery increase, the Surface Book is not a … Continue reading New Surface Devices Announced. Spoiler: You’re gonna need a small loan…

Microsoft Edge gets extensions following Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Windows 10 launched last year with people being able to upgrade for free on eligible Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 devices. And so far, Windows 10 itself has been a success. Recently, Windows 10 celebrated its 1 year anniversary and with that came updates. The most notable change? They added extensions to Microsoft Edge while … Continue reading Microsoft Edge gets extensions following Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Microsoft Soon Requiring Users Sign Into Xbox Live To Keep Their Gamertag.

Recently, Microsoft changed their services agreement which changed a few things. Most notably, Xbox Live requires that you sign in at least every 5 years to keep your Gamertag active. We presume that this is to make sure people who want to use a specific username will not go through the frustration of seeing their much-beloved … Continue reading Microsoft Soon Requiring Users Sign Into Xbox Live To Keep Their Gamertag.