New Xbox One Features Available in Insider Program

Late last year, Microsoft did a major upgrade to their dashboard. It made the user interface a lot more appealing that the atrocious PlayStation interface. It has always seemed more like a Sony version of the Windows 8 menu. Within the first 10 days of 2018, Microsoft added new Xbox One Features for people enrolled…

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Microsoft Will Support Game Gifting

Earlier today, we spoke about GameStop canceling their Power Pass service days before launch. This game rental service was designed to be gifted to friends and family. While that may be a bummer for some people, Microsoft has begun offering game gifting to all Xbox One users. After testing earlier this year, Microsoft gamers will…

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Near Share is Microsoft’s Version of AirDrop

Apple’s AirDrop feature always sounded good. However, since I only had one Apple device the feature was useless to me. However, Microsoft seems to be testing its own version of the feature. “Near Share” is the latest feature for Windows 10 that will be released on Wednesday. It is designed to make sharing a document…

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Microsoft Looking Into Streaming Service

PlayStation has had a video game streaming service for a few years now. Problem with their service is that it only streams some current content but mostly PlayStation 3 games. In an interview with Microsoft’s Phil Spencer, Microsoft may come with a new streaming service that won’t even require a console. “While software and services…

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Windows 10 Last Official Free Upgrade Ending Soon

For the longest time, users have always had the ability to upgrade to Windows 10. In July 2016, Microsoft ended the mass free upgrade to Windows 10 with the anniversary release. However, there was always a backup version of the upgrade. If you used assistive technology to operate your Windows machine, you were still eligible…

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