articles by Kshitij Sobti

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Steam Machine: Valve has placed big bets on Linux, for gaming!

Valve decided to bet on Linux, and they bet big. Over the past three years, Valve has not only brought Steam and all it’s own games to Linux, but they have also created their own Linux-based OS called Steam OS. The number of games available natively for Linux has expanded from a few dozen to over 1500 as of this writing.

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Windows 10 launch: Is it worth the free upgrade to Microsoft's latest OS?

If the only reason you are thinking to upgrade to Windows 10 is it's free, then you might want to read these additional factors you need to consider.

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Windows 10: Microsoft's got everyone excited, but what's the real deal?

It’s almost a given that each new version of Windows will bring some change that makes it visually distinctive from the previous version. With Windows 10 releasing a little over a week left later, as Microsoft embarks on its quest to reach a billion customers, a lot's been spoken about Windows 10 already. But like you, many wonder what's the real deal.

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Windows 10: All you need to know about Continuum and why it's relevant for 2-in-1 users

With mobiles and tablets now regularly featuring higher resolution screens than desktops and laptops, and are closing the performance gap as well, the lines between different computing devices are blurring. Here's how Windows 10 is changing it further.

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Windows 10 series: Part 3 - Improved window management that you always wanted!

In our ongoing series on Windows 10, we have taken a closer look at the factors to consider before upgrading, as well as a summary of interesting features in Microsoft's latest operating system due to release on 29 July.

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Windows 10 series: Part 1 - What's unique with Microsoft's approach in its next OS release

Look up information about Windows 10, and amongst all the hype and speculation three key points will stand out: Windows 10 releases on 29 July; upgrading to it will be free for one year; and this will be the last version of Windows. All of them just happen to raise more questions, so let’s clarify those as best we can.