Long associated with gaming, Razer stakes a claim in the premium portable PC market with its impressive-looking Book 13.
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Microprocessor giant Intel today reported that it earned a net income of $5.9 billion on $20 billion in revenues in the quarter ending December 31, 2020.
But the software giant didn’t mention Windows 10X at all, leading to some understandable speculation about the timing of that release.
I spent much of the weekend examining the leaked Windows 10X build, which appears to be a near-final version of Microsoft’s coming Chrome OS competitor. I have questions. Lots of questions.
Settings is the buggiest part of the leaked Windows 10X build. In some places, it’s identical to Windows 10 Settings, but it’s missing many settings.
In addition to Microsoft Edge, Windows 10X comes with a minimal set of Store apps. Some don’t work. And some key apps are completely missing.
Windows 10X provides what looks like a complete desktop version of the Microsoft Edge web browser with full support for all the normal features.
The Windows 10X taskbar is much simpler than in Windows 10, and the Action Center looks almost identical to the similar UI in Chrome OS.
The Windows 10X desktop and Start interfaces are much simpler than their equivalents in mainstream versions of Windows 10.
Here’s a complete look at the Windows 10X Setup process, which is a simplified and prettier version of Windows Setup from Windows 10.
This week at CES 2021, Intel launched its 11th-generation NUC mini-PCs and kits. The launch comes about a month later than usual.
Let there be no doubt now: The initial release of Windows 10X is nothing less than a Chrome OS clone that runs web and Microsoft Store apps.
Just ahead of its launch for commercial PC-like devices, an install image of Windows 10X for single screens has leaked, giving us an early peek at Microsoft’s new OS.
PC makers sold 288.9 million PCs in 2020, a leap of 8.6 percent over the previous year, and the second consecutive year of growth for the once-struggling industry.
Thanks to its processor success in 2020, AMD is the belle of the virtual CES ball this year, and the firm’s keynote address didn’t disappoint.
I always keep at least one modern Mac on hand for testing purposes. But it’s clear that the M1-based Mac Mini should not be that Mac.
With its temporary mix of advanced features and limitations, the Parallels Desktop technical preview for M1-based Macs provides a tantalizing glimpse at the future.
Microsoft is giving Windows 10 users yet another feature they can disable until it's discontinued in a few years: A news and interests feed on the taskbar. Someone didn't get the memo.
Microsoft enthusiasts have had a lot to complain about over the past several years. But it looks like the firm may finally address two of the bigger issues.
A Microsoft job posting confirms that the software giant has big plans to overall the Windows 10 user experience in the coming year.
My approach to file management has evolved over the years, guided by both my own special form of OCD and by major improvements to cloud-based storage services.
It’s that time of the year, so here’s a quick rundown of the top 10 articles on Thurrott.com that were written in 2020 based on engagement. Drum roll, please...
The latest version of Windows 10, 20H2, has jumped 5 percentage points to 13.6 percent usage share in the final month of 2020, AdDuplex says.
At the end of every year, tech blogs lazily pump out “best of” lists culled from back-end site queries. And, yeah, we’ll get to that here soon enough.
2020 was the worst, but there were some silver linings. And key among them, from my perspective, was the renewed perceived importance of the PC.
I have been waiting for this day for years: With the new Spectre x360 14, HP has finally embraced 3:2 displays in one of its very best products.
A new report claims that Microsoft is now designing ARM chipsets in-house that will land in Surface PCs and its cloud-based servers.