We all use our laptops differently. Some of us might be professionals and do a lot of photo or video editing, coding, sound mixing, and so on. Some of us might use it for productivity, like typing up documents, making spreadsheets, presentations, and so on. Some of us might be really light users and just use it to surf the web, watch videos, and listen to music.
However your computer’s battery can’t tell what kind of user you are, but that’s something Microsoft wants to look into. The Redmond company has recently started to research the idea of laptop batteries that can adjust itself depending on how you use the laptop. Ultimately this could lead to laptops that can last longer than it normally does simply based on your usage habits. Read full post →Microsoft To Learn Your Habits To Make Laptop Battery Last Longer
A couple of months ago with Microsoft having only released Windows 10 for a few days, it was revealed that the operating system commanded about 2.3% of Steam’s platform. This was quite an accomplishment especially when you consider that Apple’s OS X platform was only at 1.94% for OS X 10.10.
That being said fast forward to two months later, it looks like Windows 10 has increased its market share greatly, and according to the latest figures, Windows 10 now commands close to 25% of Steam’s platform (combining both the 32- and 64-bit versions of the operating system). This represented a change of 7.6% from the previous month. Read full post →Windows 10 Climbs To 25% On Steam