Notifications are great on our smartphones. They allow us to see what's coming in as it happens, and with the addition of an Action Center, allow us to see everything that we've missed. But on PC, notifications are a different story.
I've noticed lots of people say they don't like notifications on Windows. They say notifications are too noisy, and that because of this, they often leave quiet hours on full time just so that notifications don't come through.
I personally love the notifications system on Windows 10, so it's surprising to me how so many people don't want to see notifications on their PC. Do you even use notifications? Let us know in the forums!
Microsoft has given us no reason to believe the Surface Duo will be good
Microsoft has made some amazing Surface products, but there's nothing in its history, or what we know so far, that leads me to be confident that the Surface Duo will be a good product. It's incredibly ambitious, but it's being set up to fail.
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Microsoft's Surface Duo is coming soon, and the company has been working hard on finalizing the version of Android that will be shipping on Surface Duo later this year. Microsoft has released several emulator builds over the last few months, with each one progressing with new changes, bug fixes, and overall polish. Let's go hands-on with the latest build!
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Razer make some of the best gaming mice around so it's natural that you're considering one for your next purchase. But Razer also has a pretty large portfolio, so we're going to help you choose the right one.