Microsoft showed off their upcoming Windows 10 operating system, due sometime mid to late 2015. The return of the Start menu, and better compatibility with 2-in-1 devices were some of the many features announced.
For more, check out Geek Squad UK’s Meet Windows 10 article.
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One of the best parts about living in the technological age we do is how the average home computer can be used to create your own media.
I’ve been playing around with a few different “entry level” consumer video editing programs like Sony’s Vegas Movie Studio HD 9. I created the test video above using only a few photos and music, and as you can see, the results can pretty pretty stunning as you become more comfortable with the program.
With the wide availability of inexpensive HD camcorders, it’s quickly becoming a world where a little time and some creativity can really unleash your inner director.
I absolutely did not expect to be as swept up by the amazing atmosphere and story created by the developers, yet I would often find myself staring at my computer screen late into the night, wishing for just a little more time to explore one more undiscovered area in the game’s barren and war-torn landscape.
In many ways, the highest compliment I can give to the game is that it makes me look forward to re-entering it’s bleak world as soon as I get home from work.