Folks looking forward to using their Xbox One controllers to play games on Windows might soon be in for a treat. In a post over on the NeoGAF forum, Xbox's Larry Hryb – or Major Nelson as we often know him – said that Windows drivers for the controller will be released "very soon."
Microsoft first promised support last year and there's no doubts a lot of gamers out there eager to use their Xbox One controllers this way. And why not, it's a great controller. All we need now are those drivers, so we'll be sitting, waiting. Patiently. Maybe.
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Microsoft Edge is about to let you use Chrome themes from the web store
Microsoft Edge being built on Chromium has its advantages, mainly in that you an take advantage of Chrome's vast library of extensions. In the latest example of this, Microsoft has started allowing Edge users in the Dev channel install themes from the Chrome web store.
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Using a laptop to power your VR system makes it easy to take it with you wherever you go. Not just any laptop is going to work for VR, though, so we rounded up your best options right here.
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These external hard drives upgrade your Xbox One storage without breaking the bank.