Going by various hints, and connecting a few dots, we might just see Windows 11 turn up in October.
Something’s got to give due to component shortages – and it won’t be pricier Windows notebooks feeling the pain.
We keep hearing that the desktop PC is dead, or at least dying. But that’s still not true, and here are the reasons why.
Windows 11 is likely sparking curiosity for a number of reasons, including some of the controversy around the OS.
Two panel makers now have 480Hz products in the works, if a 360Hz refresh rate isn’t enough for you.
A workaround to revert to the traditional Start menu has been removed from the latest preview of Windows 11.