During a breakout session at the Microsoft Build conference today John Sheehan, Distinguished Engineer on the Windows team, discussed the status of Project Centennial a.k.a. the Desktop Bridge.
While more news and advancements of the Bridge are coming later today, Sheehan did report that Microsoft has been overwhelmed with interest. Currently, there are nearly 1,000 converted desktop apps in the Store according to Sheehan noting that developer response was "overwhelming."
Announced just over eight months ago, Project Centennial lets developers repackage "classic" Win32 desktop apps for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). The conversion allows companies put their apps in the Windows Store, leverage in-app purchases, and ensure a better user experience.
If you want a computer chair that straddles the line between all-day comfort and gaming, Razer's new Enki series has you covered. Designed by an aviation design specialist focusing on comfort for pilots, this chair impressed us big time. Here's our full review and why you should consider the $300 Enki X.
Razer announced availability for the Zephyr facemask today. It features N95 filters with two-way protection, customizable RGB lighting, and a transparent front. The big news, however, is that it has a $99.99 price tag.
Microsoft has today announced that the next Windows 10 feature update, officially known as the November 2021 Update, will begin rolling out next month and that the final build is available now for testing in the Windows Insider Release Preview channel and via ISOs.