Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
Is your Windows Hello face camera broken after the latest Windows 11 release? It's a known issue, and there's a simple fix.
Panasonic's brand new Toughbook G2 combines its older G1 and G20 devices into one modular monster of a Windows PC that sets the bar for this genre.
Dell has given its flagship XPS 13 a new optional 3.5K OLED display. While a stunner, you do lose on battery, but that's OK for some.
Razer's new headphones are fabulous for multi-device people who want the same audio profile on their phone, PC, or Nintendo Switch. Just don't lose the dongle!
When it comes to the many choices for Xbox controllers, the new limited-edition 'Serververse' may be the best of 2021.
AMD isn't wrong for reducing laptop performance for better battery life, but the industry needs to be more honest about the practice.
If you hate all the recommended stuff from Twitter and want to customize its app for Windows 10, you need this free extension.
The new Microsoft Store for Windows 11 gets another feather in its cap with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC – the full Win32 app – now appearing for users to download.
For no real good reason besides “Can it be done?” someone has put Windows 11 on a Microsoft Lumia 950 XL smartphone from six years ago.
Pretty soon, you’ll be able to grab and browser for Microsoft Edge extensions right from the Microsoft store instead of a website.
Microsoft's plan to let more 'real' apps into the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 pays off, with some big titles showing up early.
PWAs are gaining traction from all the big players, including TikTok, which has launched its app in the Microsoft Store for all Windows users.
Featuring a large 4K Sony STARVIS CMOS sensor, HDR, and some intelligent software, all for $199, the UltraSharp could be a winner.
The classic WinZip Win32 app is one of the first to take advantage of Microsoft's new Store policies for Windows 11.
Microsoft just announced that Windows 11 is getting Dynamic Refresh Rate to help improve inking, scrolling, and battery life. The tech mirrors Apple's ProMotion displays and hints at new Surface hardware coming this year.
Want more detail as to why your PC may not get Windows 11? A new free app called WhyNotWin11 dives much deeper than Microsoft's own attempt.
Why is TPM a thing, and what does it mean for getting that Windows 11 upgrade later this year? Let's find out.
Wondering if your CPU will enable you to run Windows 11? Well, wonder no more; Microsoft has published its official list of compatible processors.
Windows 11 is closer than you think it is, with a release likely coming later this October, but Insiders are likely to get it much sooner.
Lenovo is bringing its clever wireless charging kit to the masses, letting any Ultrabook laptop recharge without plugging it in.
Ergonomically designed and featuring cork, Lenovo's new office accessories are strangely super satisfying.
The legitimacy of the Windows 11 leak seems to be verified as Microsoft goes after sites hosting the stolen ISO.
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