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  1. Minecraft Dungeons for Xbox and PC announces its next DLC, 'Flames of the Nether,' and free update coming February 24 Minecraft Dungeons is heading to the Nether in what could be its biggest update yet. What you need to know Minecraft Dungeons is a co-op focused ARPG spin-off of Minecraft from Mojang Studios. The game continually adds more content through DLC expansions, with three already out. The fourth expansion will be the biggest yet and takes Minecraft Dungeons to the Nether alongside a free update. Six new missions, new gear, enemies, pets, cosm
  2. Abelssoft PC Fresh 2019 v5.16.38 Professional Windows Optimizer - harness the full potential of your PCs! Startup optimization Many programs unasked start with Windows. Many of them are not needed. A special module in PC Fresh lists all startup applications and allows you to disable all that don´t fits your needs. Benefit from other experience In case of configuration services and startup programs PC Fresh will help with recommendations. In addition you can benefit from the expirience of other users, because PC Fresh shows their recommendations.
  3. Due to the tragic fire in France of the famous Notre Dame building. Ubisoft is not only giving 500k euros to the restoration fund but for 1 week only they are giving away free copies for the Uplay platform. These copies have been confirmed to stay in your library after the event. As the smoke clears on the events that unfolded on Monday at the Notre-Dame de Paris, we stand in solidarité with our fellow Parisians and everyone around the world moved by the devastation the fire caused. Notre-Dame is an integral part of Paris, a city to which we are deeply connected. Seeing the monu
  4. I'm not a crazy gamer, but for sure nicer as only watching something. These days my favorite is Red Dead Redemption 2 (on PC), great stuff! And what you prefer mostly nowadays? Please no PUBG Mobile answers, no browser and no retro stuff!! So let's say games after 2010 if possible.
  5. Grab The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day for free until June 9 The Uncertain is a story-driven adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Experience the mysterious vibe of each of carefully explored locations, solve diverse puzzles, make fateful decisions and discuss intriguing matters to find out the whole truth being kept from you. It's good short point & click, Sci-fi game with easy puzzles, good graphics. Sequel, 'The Uncertain: Light At The End' coming soon. https://store.steampowered.com/app/406970/The_Uncertain_Last_Quiet_Day/
  6. majithia23

    What Tablet to get ?

    Hi guys ! Need some advice . Dad wants to get a new tablet. He wants an iPad and i am not entirely in harmony ! Of all the concerns the biggest one is -- WiFi or Cellular . He really does use the Whatts App messenger a lot . So, a Wifi IPad will not be truly capable of running the app, although i did read some ways to make it run . And more so, the App isnt officially available for the cellular model too ! This one also requires some hooks and crooks to make the Whats App run ! Similarly for the android tab too ! I like the Nexus 7, but again no Whats App for it inherently, but relying on out
  7. broascadilie

    Mouse lag ONLY,in some games

    Hi guys.I realy need your help cause im busting my head here trying to find a solution for it.I bought Splinter Cell Blacklist and most of the times i have mouse lag.Dont know if i can say it mouse lag.It behaves wierd.When i look at right he mooves more then i mooved it. I have made a video here showing this :http://youtu.be/HdW6rlrKDnw I hope u can c the video,cause it's set as Unlisted.If u cant,il change it to Public. The funny thing is that except from that,the game runs just fine,no lag at all. This happends in some games only,few of them.Some say that my USB ports are broken (need to c
  8. SA No:huawei-sa-20190718-01-pcmanager Initial Release Date: Jul 18, 2019 Last Release Date: Jul 18, 2019 There is an improper authentication vulnerability on PC Manager. The certain driver interface of the software does not perform a validation of user-mode data properly, successful exploit could result in malicious code execution. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2019-04061) This vulnerability has been assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2019-5223. Huawei has released software updates to fix this vulnerability. Source
  9. New Elder Scrolls Online video makes us dream of Skyrim multiplayer Few games have trodden such a rocky road to release as The Elder Scrolls Online, but the latest trailer does, at least, look rather enticing. It's the tale of a valiant band of developers - that's lead gameplay designer Nick Konkle, game director Paul Sage and dungeon lead Dan Crenshaw - who must valiantly strive to overcome evil in all its forms. Oh, and justify a monthly fee on top of your Xbox Gold subscription. As far as I'm concerned, they do a reasonable job. There's refreshingly little of the "set auto-attack, put kettl
  10. If you ever walked into an arcade in the 80's, you will probably remember the game Gauntlet. This game is memorable because in a time when dual player on an arcade game was common, Gauntlet was the only game that let four people play at once. Each of the four joysticks controlled a different character and you could fight through dungeons with your friends. That classic arcade game is getting a makeover for the modern age and is coming to Steam for PC gamers this summer. Gauntlet will also support SteamOS and the range of Steam machines that are coming later this year. Gauntlet will be the
  11. By Ed Bott for The Ed Bott Report 2010s: The Decade in Review Back on January 27, 2010, a very Big Thinker declared the PC dead. A decade later, the PC is very much alive, although a time traveler from 2010 might not recognize it. Here's how this endangered species evolved and survived. Not all that long ago, tech pundits were convinced that by 2020 the personal computer as we know it would be extinct. You can even mark the date and time of the PC's death: January 27, 2010, at 10:00 A.M. Pacific Time, when Steve Jobs stepped onto a San Francisco stage to u
  12. Folding screens and 5G probably aren't going to boost PC sales much in the short term. So what can? First, the good news for PC makers: the global PC market recorded its first full year of growth in eight years in 2019. Taking into account desktops, notebooks and workstations, just over 268 million devices were shipped. That's up a handy 2.7% on 2018. But even that limited growth in PCs is focused on the biggest manufacturers, who now account for two-thirds of all shipments. Lenovo is the biggest PC maker according to tech analyst Canalys, with nearly 65 mi
  13. PC shipments grew in 2019 — first time in seven years! According to a report from Gartner and IDC, PC sales grew in 2019 after being in the decline phase for the last seven years. A total of 70.6 million units of PCs have been shipped in the Q4 of 2019 — that’s a 2.3 percent increase from Q4 2018, according to Gartner. Comparing the total shipments in 2019 to shipments in 2018, it grew 0.6 percent in the last year — which translates to shipment of 261.2 million units in 2019. IDC data is a bit different from that of the Gartner. According to IDC, the Q4 shi
  14. Enter the Gungeon sales top three million. Exit the Gungeon, the spin-off to Enter the Gungeon launched for Apple Arcade in September 2019, is coming to consoles and PC in early 2020, developer Dodge Roll Games announced. The developer also announced that Enter the Gungeon has sold over three million copies across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, Mac, and Linux. Here is an overview of Exit the Gungeon, via its App Store page: Exit the Gungeon is a bullet hell dungeon climber immediately following the adventures of the misfit ‘Gungeo
  15. Priorities for business and consumer PC buyers are changing. Remote working may have caused many people to value their laptop and desktops a lot more, but the PC industry is likely to struggle as companies and consumers cut back on spending. PCs may have been viewed as yesterday's news thanks to the rise of smaller form factors like smartphones, tablets and wearables, but trusty laptops and desktops (and variations on them like Chromebooks and even Raspberry Pis) have proven their worth during lockdown for workers and kids doing home schooling.
  16. New games 2020: the biggest games coming to console and PC Looking for the best new games of 2020? Then you've come to the right place. This year is well underway and, while it's pretty quiet right now, there's a heap of fantastic new games on the way. 2020 is a biggie in gaming and will see us making the transition to next-generation consoles and new streaming services. That means that most games that are due to release this year are fair game to be cross-generation titles - even if we don't know it yet. Xbox Series X and the PS5 may not be releasing until
  17. Doom Eternal PC system requirements and unlock times revealed We'll guide you to the best current PC hardware to run Doom Eternal (Image credit: Bethesda) Just a day ago, we spotted some system requirements for Doom Eternal that were way higher than we expected. But they almost immediately got taken down, leading us to believe that they weren't quite right – and, it turns out, they weren't. Official Doom Eternal system requirements have now been revealed on Bethesda's blog, and they're much more reasonable than the brie
  18. These are the PS5 games that are coming to PC as well More than half of the 26 PS5 titles announced will also be available on PC (Image credit: Sony) More than half of the games announced for the PlayStation 5 will also be made available to PC gamers. While many of the 26 PS5 games announced at yesterday’s launch will be exclusive to the space age-looking console, including Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Horizon sequel Horizon Forbidden West, more than half of the new titles will also be coming to PC.
  19. Earlier this year, Microsoft added Project xCloud gaming streaming to Xbox Game Pass. That roll out came after a long alpha testing period, but even though game streaming is part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate package, it’s only available on Android devices. Given Apple’s rules regarding App Store distribution, it’s safe to say that game streaming won’t be coming to iOS anytime soon, but what about other platforms like Xbox One and PC? It’s a good question, because Microsoft has talked about platform-agnostic game streaming plenty of times in the past. As it turns out, this c
  20. Fortnite on PC is now over 60GB smaller, thanks to Epic optimization The file size was reduced from nearly 100GB down to under 30GB Image: Epic Games Fortnite on PC has shrunk considerably, down from over 90GB to just under 30GB, thanks to recent optimizations from developer Epic. The news, detailed yesterday in a Fortnite update note posted to the game’s service Twitter account, means the battle royale hit will now take up far less space on your computer’s drive. That gives you more
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