Microsoft's Surface Pro X has a rear door that lets you quickly access the internal SSD. That means upgrading to a larger (and faster) drive is not only possible but straightforward too. Here's how to do it, including reloading Windows 10 onto your new drive (and why you may want Toshiba's new BG4 variant).
If you like everything about Surface Pro X but wish it were more like a laptop, the new Brydge SPX+ Bluetooth keyboard is your answer. Priced at $160, it's not cheap, but it holds up to its promise. Bluetooth 5.0, an innovative design, and the world's-first wireless Microsoft Precision Touchpad all make a difference. Read on for our full review.
Today, Apple announced that it would use its new M1 ARM-based processor and GPU in its MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro 13 for 2020. What does this mean for Windows on ARM, and what was missing from today's announcement? Here are five observations from today's event.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel look at the future of Windows 10 and discuss the imminent launch of Xbox Series X. Microsoft continues to deliver strong revenue and profitability. That makes Wall Street happy, but their success also fuels product development for enthusiasts like us.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X (2020) now features new color options and a slightly faster processor. What does that mean in terms of overall improvement in performance? Not a whole lot. But luckily, Surface Pro X still has an unmatched design and feature set that makes it utterly unique. Here is our full review.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, the Surface Pro X with the new SQ2 processor is here, and it's the most platinum computer Microsoft has ever made. Dan and Zac review Surface Laptop Go and talk about a new Windows 10 build for Insiders, plus using Bing on Xbox.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, it was a week chock full of new hardware this week with a refreshed Surface Pro X and an official announcement of the rumored Surface Laptop Go. Other manufacturers like Lenovo, Dell, and HP showed off laptops with 11th Gen Intel processors. Especially interesting are the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold and...
A new version of Microsoft Teams appears to be compiled for ARM64 letting laptops like Surface Pro X run Microsoft's collab app natively. The app was found on Microsoft's servers, and we can confirm it runs as a 64-bit app. Here's how to get it and try it yourself.
Surface Pro X (2020) is a minor refresh bringing new platinum color, more colors for the keyboard, and Microsoft's new custom processor — the new SQ2 — built with Qualcomm for better performance. You can preorder it today for an October 13th release. Here's what else is new.
It's official: Windows 10 on ARM laptops are getting x64 app emulation sometime in November (though the Windows Insider program). Microsoft Teams natively optimized for ARM is also coming soon. The news follows Qualcomm's recent announcement of its new Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 processor and new devices coming this year.
Microsoft's ARM-powered Surface Pro X is getting a refresh this fall with an updated Microsoft SQ2 processor, the introduction of a "platinum" color option, and new Type Cover colors that bring it in line with the standard Surface Pro color offerings already on the market. The new Surface Pro X won't feature any major design changes, with sources describing the refresh as a minor one.
Microsoft's popular Teams app runs on Surface Pro X and the new Lenovo Flex 5G, but the app does not run natively in ARM64. Microsoft has now finally given a sign that such support is in the works, but it also highlights an ongoing issue with Microsoft supporting its own hardware.
Struggling to make eye contact in your video calls? If you're using a Surface Pro X, it's about to get a lot easier. Microsoft has cooked up some AI magic that will make your eyes appear to be gazing into your camera when you're in video calls. Neat.
If you're using a Surface Pro X and Windows Update is stuck in a bit of a loop right now, you're not alone. An updated dated June 15 shows up in Windows Update, but fails to apply when restarted, leaving Windows Update to tell you to install it again.
Microsoft's latest offer on the Surface Pro X can save you up to $200 on this versatile tablet/PC hybrid. Just keep in mind you'll need to buy the Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen separately for more control.
Microsoft released a new batch of firmware updates for both the Surface Pro X and Surface Studio today. For the Surface Pro X, you can expect improved battery performance, while Surface Studio users can expect better stability.
A new firmware update to Surface Pro X refreshes the UEFI, SAM, and Wi-Fi driver, but it also seems to finally fix Your Phone. Up until today, making calls through Your Phone on Surface Pro X resulted in static, but it now seems fixed. Here is what you need to know.