I first started playing PC games in 1998 on a family PC. It was awful, but this kickstarted my journey on using a mouse and keyboard to slay enemies and learn so much about computing. Here's how PC gaming coincided with me learning to build PCs.
The Pocket PC set Microsoft's plan in the mobile world for decades, but it was the Dell Axim X5 in 2002 that changed my life. While I was more in love with the potential of a pocket PC, the experience leads me to where I am today. None of it was planned, and there is a lot of luck.
Remembering Windows Phone, the platform that almost was. As part of our nostalgia month, we thought we'd look back at some of the devices that led us into this ecosystem, in all their shiny polycarbonate glory.
Windows has been around for a while, 35 years in fact. It’s come a long way since its debut in 1985 as a graphical user interface that was powered by MS-DOS. There have been so many different versions of Windows, many of which with excellent features that are no longer developed or part of the product today. Let’s take a look back through history as some of the best features from older...