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It is officially Black Friday week once again. Windows Central and the deals experts at Thrifter are teaming up to create an unrivaled Black Friday deal-hunting experience.
You asked us to turn out the lights, so we made a light switch. Now the only thing that'll be blinding you is our beautiful prose and not the blog itself! We're thrilled to introduce dark mode to the site, and even more excited that it will match the settings on your phone and computer.
A new wallpaper pack featuring adorable dogs in disguises is available from Microsoft.
Our#AskDanWindows video series on YouTube is more popular than ever. And for good reason. These fun video shorts are let Windows Central Executive Editor Daniel Rubino answer readers' questions in video format.
Ten years ago today, Windows Central moved from a small blog to the big time.
The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners is set to bring the bleak world of the hit show to VR platforms in 2019.
We've teamed up with Redwolf to offer the Windows Central 'Surface Colors' t-shirt to our Indian readers.
Did you know you've probably got a free Mixer channel subscription waiting to be used? No? Well now you do!
Show your support for Windows Central and the Microsoft Surface with our latest t-shirt (and sweatshirt and coffee mug) design! Order now, worldwide shipping.
On May 10, Microsoft will take the stage at its 2017 Build developer conference for three hours to tell developers what the company has planned for the future. Here's everything you need to know to stay on top of all the action.
This site and community was built on Windows phones. But like Microsoft, we're more than just one segment of one platform.
Special announcement: On this week's Windows Central Podcast Zac Bowden and I will be joined by Microsoft's Dona Sarkar for a lively chat about the Windows Insider Program (WIP)!
Today we're streaming the next episode of Microsoft, Gaming, and Libations, our show where we sit back, talk about Microsoft while playing games, and, well, having a few drinks! The party starts at 4 PM EST, and you could win Minecraft: PE for W10M!
We are proud to present the Windows Central Laptop Buyer's Guide, where we showcase the best of the best in Windows 10 laptops, convertibles and more.
Version 1.3.1 of the Windows Central App brings some quick fixes to comments and more. We also let you sideload our app to get the new app-web link feature, which is currently broken for Store submissions.
A new update to the Windows Central app for Windows 10 is now available. It brings a few new features (pending some server changes) and general improvements.
Attack on Titan is a popular anime about a world in which humanity lives in walled cities to protect against gigantic carnivorous monsters called Titans — and it'll be an Xbox and PC game in August.
We just sent out a second update today with version 1.2.3 now live in the Store. Here is what to look for with both updates from today.
A new update for the app for Windows Central should be hitting the Store today. Version 1.2 brings with it (fingers crossed) many fixes to app stability. We're also tweaking a few of the default settings and fixed an issue with the Light Theme and the fonts for author and timestamps.