The new Microsoft Store for Windows 11 lets in just about any app regardless of how it is packaged. Now, three big hitters, including OBS Studio, Zoom, and Canva, are available for those running the Insider build of Microsoft’s new OS.
A new tool from Microsoft will allow developers to use x64 code and code built to natively run on Windows 11 on ARM in the same app. As a result, more apps should be able to move over to Windows 11 on ARM.
The classic – and true – Win32 version of WinZip is now in the Microsoft Store for Windows 11. WinZip is one of the first apps to use its own installer and bypass the Store for licensing payments. Later this year, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite is also coming to the new Store.
Microsoft is bringing Dynamic Refresh Rate (DRR) to Windows 11. The tech lets the display dynamically adjust between 60 Hz and higher for smoother scrolling, improved inking, and better battery life. Yet, as of now, no Surface hardware supports higher than 60 Hz refresh rates. Could we be getting new Surface Pro hardware this fall with 120 FPS displays? Maybe.
Microsoft has finally released the first preview build of Windows 11 for Insiders in the Dev Channel! This initial preview is build 22000.51 and includes most of the new Windows 11 features that were announced last week. This includes the new Start, Taskbar, and Action Center experiences, as well as the new Microsoft Store app, redesigned Settings, Lock Screen, File Explorer, and much...
Windows 11 is all over the news for obvious reasons. But, outside of its name inherently warranting 40,000 articles a minute, does the actual content it brings to the table justify any of the attention?
If your PC somehow does not have trusted platform module (TPM) support through firmware and your UEFI BIOS, we'd recommend checking your motherboard manual for a TPM header. If you have one present, you can try to see if one of these will be compatible to get you ready for Windows 11.