Want to join the official Windows Central Discord Server and want to know the rules? Doing so will let you chat with other readers of Windows Central as well as the site's staff. You can find all of that out here as well as get the official Windows 10 Discord app.
A few days ago, a Windows Central poll went up asking if you'll prefer to shop at the Microsoft Store or Steam for your PC games once Microsoft starts giving developers a bigger cut of sales revenue starting August 1, 2021. The results are surprising!
HP recently announced a second-gen refresh of its HP Reverb, with a bunch of new features and refinements. Is it the right VR system for you, or should you go instead with the Valve Index? We compare the two to help you decide.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.