This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft reveals the Xbox One X, the most powerful game console ever made featuring 6 teraflops of graphical power, 8 core processor, and 12GB of memory that enable 4K gameplay and video playback. If you want to know more about the new console, check out this article with all the details, including tech specs, pricing, and availability information.
Alongside the Xbox One X unveiling, the company also announced that original Xbox games will soon be playable on all Xbox One consoles, including the original Xbox One.
Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro are now available for purchase worldwide.
The guys from iFixit got their hands on the new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro (2017) and teared them down revealing that both devices aren’t meant to be opened or repaired.
Along with the release of the Surface Laptop running the new Windows 10 S variant of Windows 10 Pro, Microsoft highlighted this week six reasons why you should use Windows 10 S.
In addition, Microsoft finally published its suite of Office apps in the Windows Store.
This week also we had a closer look at the new features and changes included with the Windows 10 build 16215, which is part of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update coming later this year.
OneDrive brings placeholders back to Windows 10, but the feature is called OneDrive Files On-Demand, and now it offers more features and improvements.
Windows 10 version 1703 received update KB4022725, which bumps the OS build number to 15063.413 and addresses a number of issues with the Creators Update.
Help & How-To
You also learned a few new tricks coming up for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, including the steps to quickly reset Microsoft Edge completely when isn’t working correctly on your device.
And you now know the steps to allow Windows 10 to delete the files that haven’t been modified in the last month inside the Downloads folder, which can help you to free up storage on your PC automatically.
As a reminder, PUREinfoTech now has forums, which anyone can sign up to and use to ask questions and get answers for technical questions, problems on Windows 10, and to get the most out of your gadgets.
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