After a week of rumours and leaked images, Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller is finally official – and it works with Windows 10 PCs, too. Designed to let people with limited mobility play games with their own button, joystick and switch setups, the controller is a fantastic step toward making games more accessible to those who can’t use a traditional Xbox controller or mouse and keyboard. It connects to your Windows 10 PC via Bluetooth and comes with a whopping nineteen 3.5mm jack inputs dotted around the back, allowing you to remap every Xbox controller button imaginable to whatever assistive input device you like. You also get two USB ports for left and right thumbstick inputs, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and your traditional Xbox, View and Menu buttons. The Adaptive Controller doesn’t necessarily need to act as a central hub device, though, as it can also be used as a standalone controller thanks to its two huge black buttons. … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller is coming to Windows 10 PCs later this year
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Windows 10 is going strong and has been catching up to Windows 7 in terms of usage. However, Win 10 is not a perfect OS as the users of the operating systems are reporting errors like error 0xc1900208, error 0xc1900200, 0x800f09 and more. Here we will be talking about the errors you have been experiencing with Windows 10 and we will also provide you with possible fix and workaround for Windows 10 error 0xc1900208, 0xc1900200, 0x800f09 and 0x80042405. Windows 10 Error 0xc1900200, 0x80042405 And Fixes Windows is the latest operating system from Microsoft. With the latest iteration of Windows, Microsoft has ditched the usually relases and has opted for Win 10 to be a OS as a service. However, the operating system is far from perfect and many users are experiencing errors for example the April 2018 update caused some problems and if you are experiencing the boot loop issue with Windows 10 then check out our fix. So the follwing are the errors that players have been experiencing along with … [Read more...] about Windows 10 Error 0xc1900208 Fix, Error 0x80042405, Error 0xc1900200, Error 0x800f09 And Fixes
Windows 10 April update introduced a slew of a problem for a lot of its users. While Microsoft is actively working to sort out the issues but it hasn’t been able to eliminate all. The black screen is one of the issues that came with April update and Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update to fix the black screen issue. Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update for Windows 10 and also noted in the changelog that the issue was being caused by optimization application for the OS from third-party devs. Addresses an issue that caused the system to start up to a black screen. This issue occurs because previous updates to the Spring Creators Update were incompatible with specific versions of PC tune-up utilities after installation. However, Microsoft has refrained itself from naming the applications that are causing this Black screen issue with Windows 10 April update. Not only that, the update also brings other fixes such as users who weren’t able to change brightness … [Read more...] about Windows 10 April Update Black Screen Issue Fix Now Live, Further Updates Coming In Weeks Ahead
We’re riding your easily manipulated machismo as an excuse to look at the pros and cons of using Windows as a home server. The demise of the real Windows Home Server line in 2011 left a hole in Microsoft’s range, one that Windows Server Essentials could never quite fill with its small business remit, at a time when, annoyingly, a home server is of more use than ever.We all have so much digital "stuff" that we want to keep, access, stream, share, and keep safe, that it’s hard to know where to put it. Sure, there are cloud solutions, but who knows where your data is going to end up being stored? Plus, access speed is always limited by your upstream/downstream speeds. So, while throwing stuff up to the cloud is useful, there are limitations and concerns with third-party services.There’s nothing better than having real bare-metal in your locality, running services for high-speed access and backup, from where it can be pushed over slower connections to the cloud if … [Read more...] about Windows Server vs. Network Attached Storage Which is better for a home server?
Many started to report problems with Windows 10 April Update as soon as it was rolled out to the masses. However, Windows 10 April Update Boot Loop bug was the one that made quite a splash, Microsoft fixed it recently but despite that, many are still reporting issues following the April update with Toshiba SSDs. Despite the boot loop issue has been fixed for both Intel and Toshiba SSDs but the reports have been coming in suggesting that system with Intel SSDs are still experiencing the same issue despite the cases have reduced significantly. As for the users with Toshiba SSDs, they have been reporting that following the fix the write speed for the drives has been reduced significantly. After installing the latest Windows updates, including Version 1803 and KB4100403, my Toshiba XG5’s sequential write speeds have fallen from ~2000 MB/s to ~460 MB/s, slower than its 4K 8 queue depth, 4 thread random write speed. Microsoft, on the other hand, is yet to confirm if the Windows 10 … [Read more...] about Despite A Fix, Windows 10 April Update Still Causing Problems With Toshiba SSDs