Microsoft integrated Teams at an OS-level with the launch of Windows 11. However, in the past year or so, we've barely seen any improvements in the communication app or evidence of market traction.
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The Tabbed File Explorer in Windows 11 has finally arrived for all Dev Channel Insiders. While it is still in its infancy, here are five features I would like the new interface to have if it hits GA!
Amazon purchasing Roomba maker iRobot has led to rampant accusations of the company wanting to spy inside your house. Nobody has any proof, but there are a lot of arguments against this assumption.
Like every other OS, Windows 11 has its pros and cons. However, people tend to focus more on the negatives than the positives, so we have penned our thoughts on some smaller features that we like.
Windows 11 is a bit of a mixed bag even roughly one year after release. Keeping aside major missing functionalities, here is a list of the top 5 pet peeves I have about the OS in its current state.
Microsoft has an annoying rollout pattern which staggers the release of some features in the same Insider channel. This means not everyone will receive all features despite sharing the same build.
Do you think that the development of Windows could benefit from having a public roadmap that provides early mockups, details, and tentative time frames to gauge initial feedback on upcoming features?
Having a colorful exterior on a Nokia Lumia was pretty much a given in the good old days of Windows phone. Now that the brand is dead, I can't help but reminisce how pretty those handsets looked.
Microsoft sent an email to Windows Insiders earlier today in which it pats itself on the back for a job well done on the design of the Windows 11 Start menu. Does it even read the Feedback Hub?
There is a clear lack of centralized oversight from Microsoft's Windows 11 development team in terms of design standardization and prioritization. And that is something that needs to be fixed ASAP.
Unihertz showed us a clone of the Key2, which arguably strikes the best compromise between the PKB and widescreen worlds. It pairs a 3:2 display with the same keyboard layout as the Pocket.
The Nvidia GT 710 is quite a popular entry-level GPU that continues to sell well even today. In this article, I reason why one must stop buying this card so Nvidia stops selling it once and for all.
In a recent Ask Me Anything (AMA), Microsoft revealed that it does not plan to make the Taskbar movable because of engineering difficulties and lack of public demand. However, that makes no sense.
Although the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 and Windows 10 is in a much better place than it was a year ago, there is clearly room for improvement, at least when it comes to transparency.
Several days ago, Microsoft announced that Clipchamp, a newly-acquired app, would become the new stock Windows 11 video editor. Unfortunately, it is nothing more than a shameless cash grab.
The Windows 11 Taskbar is very different from the one present in Windows 10, primarily because Microsoft is looking to "simplify" the UI. However, one missing feature in particular annoys me a lot.
Due to the February update in the generally available version of Windows 11 as well as recent builds in the Dev Channel, I feel excited and hopeful about the future of Windows 11 once again.
Valve is absolutely executing on its marketing this time. When Steam OS, Steam Machine, and Steam Controller launched in 2015, the gaming public were confused. Not this time around.
AMD's $199 RX 6500 XT lacks some key hardware features like sufficient PCIe width and media support. In this article, I discuss why the cut-down RX 6400 would have been a better DIY release instead.
With Google killing off one of its privacy-preserving initiatives "FLoC" and moving to "Topics" instead, it's clear that showing you personalized ads without invading your privacy is a difficult task.
Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard has positive and some potentially negative effects for gamers. Join us as we discuss some of them and let us know your thoughts on the topic!
Microsoft has finally updated the decade-old volume flyout in a Dev Channel build in Windows 11, but one has to wonder: why did it take so long for Microsoft to make a minor cosmetic change?
Microsoft's Feedback Hub is supposed to be a major channel to voice your feedback to the company, but some apparent issues are resulting in upvote counts decreasing as much as 40% in a few days.
After months of alternating between Windows 10 and Windows 11 on my primary machine, I feel like I kind of miss the News and Interests integration with the Taskbar that was offered in the former.
Windows users are required to manually check webpages to find out what an update fixes on their PC before they install it. Microsoft should integrate this information directly in Windows Update.
While Windows 11 arguably isn't the worst OS that Microsoft has ever released, it still contains a lot of missteps and apparent design oversights. Read on to find out five things I hate about the OS.
While Windows 11 is far from a perfect OS and still feels like a work in progress, there are still a lot of things to like about it. Read on to know about the top five things I love about it.
YouTube has made the controversial decision to remove dislike counts from videos, and I think that it's a terrible decision because it doesn't solve the root problem and instead misleads viewers.
There's nothing more frustrating than reading a glowing review of a device by someone who didn't pay for it. The pros and cons become important when there's a connection between wallet and device.
Microsoft announced Windows 11 yesterday with a controversial requirement for all computers running the upcoming operating system to have a TPM. Why did it do this and what are the implications?
The News and Interests feature is available for Windows 10, but how useful is it? One of Neowin's Forum Supervisors decided to give it a try and report back on his findings. It ain't pretty.
Microsoft will unveil the "next generation of Windows" soon, but does it make sense to release it to all customers? Here's a theory of how splitting updates for enterprises and consumers might work.
Nintendo's latest online service is a core part of the identity of the Switch, but the company could be doing so much more with it. Here's how we think Switch Online could be more appealing.
As Qualcomm's Snapdragon Technology Summit comes to a close, fans are left impressed with the Snapdragon 888, but bewildered at the lack of Windows on ARM. Let's talk more about that.
One year after it originally released, Ring Fit Adventure has proven itself to be an incredibly useful fitness tool during the pandemic. We take a look at how the fitness game works so well.
While Sony has been making waves with its upcoming PlayStation 5, the company has broken some promises along the way too. As it steps into the next generation, it needs to be more careful about this.
Today, Microsoft finally took the wraps off of its Surface Duo handset, and the price is much higher than anyone expected. It costs $1,399, and that's for the lower-tier 128GB model.
After attending a Black Hat 2020 training on container security, it's clear that a lot of work has to go into properly setting up Docker and Kubernetes in order to keep an enterprise secure.
According to recent rumors, Microsoft might finally be switching to an annual Windows 10 update schedule after numerous fumbles. While many are in favor of this, here's a counterargument.
The thin bezels on the Mi NoteBook mean that the laptop doesn't have an integrated webcam which is awkward in these times of remote working and online learning. Did Xiaomi mess this up?