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Review: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, The Gamer’s Perspective

Windows 10 Fall Creator’s Update We all know how bad Windows updates have been for the consumers especially the gamers but finally, we have something where we see some improvements from gaming side of things, especially talking about frames per second. This will be a short article as there is nothing much to talk about. We all use windows 10 in our daily life as of now, but since many of you have requested for the changes before and after the update, we will be providing you with the details…

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XBox controller wireless adapter Gaming PC Xbox One 

Microsoft’s new Xbox Wireless Adapter is smaller than ever

Microsoft announced their new Xbox wireless adapter for their Xbox controller. It looks like a regular USB drive which is a sure improvement from the last one. The new adapter is about 66% smaller than the old adapter. It supports eight controllers simultaneously, as well as four chat headsets or two stereo headsets. It will go on sale starting August 8th for $24.99. Pre orders are also available from the Microsoft website. Pre orders are also available from the Microsoft website. Also read: Meet the Xbox One X Soham MandalTackling…

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RIP paint Computers Featured Technology 

The Final Days of Microsoft Paint

It’s about time we say goodbye to Paint… Alas, our beloved Microsoft Paint is coming to an end with the upcoming release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. It is officially being classified by Microsoft as a “deprecated feature”, as noted by The Guardian. That means that come this fall, the Paint will not be in active development and might be removed in future releases. Paint has been our friend since the first Windows 1.0 back in 1985. Microsoft continued to update Paint throughout the years but the basic…

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