Microsoft

Microsoft launches new Defender app on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android

This week, Microsoft has launched a brand new Defender app for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. The new app compliments the existing app which has been around for many years and for the first time ever, is now cross platform. Microsoft is making the app available on all popular platforms and is available for Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers. However, there are some limitations when using it on iOS […]

Forza Motorsport is coming next year to PC and Xbox

Turn 10 has announced this week that the next version of Forza Motorsport is coming next year to PC and Xbox. The next version is not going to be called 8 which would follow on from 7, instead the game is to be called just Forza Motorsport. Judging fro the trailer, the graphics seem to have taken a huge leap, with a new advanced dynamic time of day system for […]

Microsoft OneDrive is now fully compatible with Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft has announced this week that its OneDrive client for macOS has now been updated to support Apple’s latest Apple Silicon Mac computers. Microsoft has been testing this new version since last year and should run faster as the emulation from Rosetta 2 will no longer be needed as the app is now native to the new chips. Microsoft provided a statement on the OneDrive Blog this week: “We’re excited […]

Microsoft will reopen its headquarters next week

Microsoft has announced that it is now ready to fully open its main two offices, following on from the two years of pandemic. Starting next week on Monday 28th February, the Redmond headquarters and other offices in the Washington state. Microsoft is being pretty flexible with staffs needs and working style, they’ll have 30 days to decide what work style they and their team want, whether that be hybrid, fully […]

Microsoft is not making Xbox One consoles anymore

Microsoft is struggling to keep up with demand for the new Xbox Series X, even though it has now been on sale for well over a year and as we all know, Sony is in the same situation with the PlayStation 5. Sony is planning on keeping manufacturing the PlayStation 4 to customers who want a new console can purchase one, even it is not the latest and greatest. However, […]

Microsoft is pulling support for OneDrive on Windows 7 and 8 next March

Microsoft has revealed that come March 2022, OneDrive will no longer be supported on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Microsoft is trying to gert some more users to move to newer operating systems, like Windows 10 and Windows 11. Support for Windows 7 ended on 13th January 2015 with the extended support ending on 14th January, 2020. Corporate users using OneDrive have a bit longer for Windows 8 and […]

The Xbox Series X mini fridge will go up for pre-order on 19th October for £89

Its been a running joke since the Xbox Series X was announced that it looks like a fridge, it even went as far as making full size fridges prior to the consoles launch last October and sent them out to YouTubers. However, the company is now doing something more general release, it is making a mini fridge in the same shape as the Xbox Series X, it’ll go up for […]

Google is no longer supporting Internet Explorer 11

Microsoft introduced Internet Explorer 11 back in 2013, alongside the Windows 8.1 release and even after that, it was made available for Windows 7 too. IE11 is the last ever version of the browser, as it was replaced by the now Chromium based Microsoft Edge in 2015, as part of Windows 10. However, while 2013 doesn’t seem that long ago, it is actually nine years and keeping certain websites and […]

Xbox gets access to the new Chromium based Edge browser

Microsoft has released a new update for the Xbox for September, which includes support for the new Chromium version of Edge for the Xbox One and the Xbox Series X/S consoles. The support brings it bang up to date with the Windows version, with support for a mouse and keyboard, as well as proper support for web apps and Google Stadia. Support on Xbox for the new version of Edge […]

Microsoft announces a new wired Xbox Stereo headset

Microsoft has announced a brand new wired Xbox Stereo headset, which is essentially a wired version of the new wireless headset the company revealed earlier this year. The wired version is quite a bit less expensive than the wireless version and understandably it is missing a few features when compared to the wireless model. The wired one comes in art £54.99 in the UK and $59.99 in the US, its […]