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Don't Like The Windows 10 Start Menu? Go Back Where You Came From

…With a start menu replacement from Stardock, that is, mimicking the good old Start menu you remember and love from Windows 7. The guys behind Start8 — the invaluable tool that fixed the chaotic mess that was the Windows 8 Start screen, and its almost-universally-reviled Modern interface — have a new tool that does exactly the same thing for Windows 10.


Windows 10 Is Out: What You Need To Know

Can’t wait to get your hands on the newest, greatest and last big upgrade for Microsoft’s Windows operating system? Here are a few things to keep in mind for today’s launch of Windows 10.


If You Want Microsoft Solitaire Ad-Free It Will Cost You $10/Year

Procrastinators everywhere rejoiced when it was discovered that Windows 10 was bringing back everyone’s favourite time waster. But unlike the last time you played Microsoft Solitaire on your PC, this time you’ll have to pay a subscription fee just to get rid of the ads.


This Hololens Tech Brings Us One Step Closer To Star Wars Holograms

When I watched Star Wars: A New Hope for the first time as a five-year-old, my face looked like O_O for two straight hours. Spaceships! Lightsabers! Robots! But one piece of future that wormed its way even deeper into my brain was the Millennium Falcon’s holographic monster mash chess game, aka Dejarik. It was the coolest.


The Windows 7 Upgrade To Windows 10 Isn't So Scary After All

Upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7 is not quite as seamless as the move from Windows 8.1, but it’s close. You get to keep your applications and settings, and the process is simple and leaves you almost no chance to accidentally delete all your apps and data.


How Was Your Windows 10 Upgrade?

Just in case you missed it, today is Windows 10 upgrade day. The availability of the upgrade was pushed out in waves, depending on when you installed it. So who managed to snag the update already and what do you think?


This Is How Much Windows 10 Costs To Buy Outright

We all know that Windows 10 is a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users. But what if you want to buy it outright, don’t have a valid version to upgrade from, or just want to beat the upgrade queue?


A Week With Windows 10

Thinking of making the jump to Microsoft’s new, fancy Windows 10 operating system on your desktop PC or laptop? Not really quite sure what you might be getting yourself into? One of our erstwhile colleagues over at Gizmodo headquarters in the US has spent the last few days chronicling his experiences so far with Windows 10.


Windows 10: Day Five

The nice thing about reviewing Windows 10 on my own computers is that there’s nowhere to hide. When something goes wrong, I have to troubleshoot on the fly. I can’t say “Oh, I’ll just go back to my personal computer until I figure this out.” You know what’s not so nice? When you shoot the trouble, and yet — somehow — it survives.


Windows 10: Days Three And Four

This weekend, I took Windows 10 to a LAN party. It was pretty great.


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