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Best New Games | 22 Most Anticipated Games of 2022

6 January 2022 @ 4:39 am

Could 2022 be the best year ever for new games? Check out the list and decide for yourself... You may be surprised. The post Best New Games | 22 Most Anticipated Games of 2022 appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Top 5 New Games | Best New Releases January 2022

3 January 2022 @ 6:09 am

2022 is off to a good start! Here are the best new games in January... Including God of War finally arriving on PC! The post Top 5 New Games | Best New Releases January 2022 appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

CDKeys Black Friday Roundup | Top 10 Best Sellers

15 December 2021 @ 7:09 am

Check out the top 10 best-selling games from our Black Friday 2021 sale, and find out more details on current and upcoming sales. The post CDKeys Black Friday Roundup | Top 10 Best Sellers appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

5 Best Christmas Gifts for Gamers | 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

12 December 2021 @ 10:54 am

With instant delivery, the best Christmas gifts are just a click away. Check out the best (and easiest) presents this holiday season. The post 5 Best Christmas Gifts for Gamers | 2021 Holiday Gift Guide appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Top 5 Last-Minute Christmas Gifts for Friends and Colleagues | Secret Santa Approved!

12 December 2021 @ 10:54 am

Still, searching for the perfect Christmas gift? Do you need it now?  …like RIGHT NOW? Give your loved ones (or yourself) the gift of making the shopping process smooth and easy this holiday season. Below are 5 easy, fast, affordable,... The post Top 5 Last-Minute Christmas Gifts for Friends and Colleagues | Secret Santa Approved! appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Game of the Year 2021 | The Game Awards’ Full List of Winners

10 December 2021 @ 5:17 am

The Game Awards Winners have been announced... and the choice for the prestigious prize of Game of the Year 2021 may surprise you... The post Game of the Year 2021 | The Game Awards’ Full List of Winners appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Halo Infinite | Combat (More) Evolved

8 December 2021 @ 3:05 am

Hail to the (Master) Chief! Halo Infinite ushers in the next generation of Halo— and it's quite possible the best entry yet. The post Halo Infinite | Combat (More) Evolved appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Top 5 New Games | Best New Releases December 2021

2 December 2021 @ 5:01 am

Halo Infinite is just one of the 5 exciting new titles coming this month! Get a look at the best new games of December inside. The post Top 5 New Games | Best New Releases December 2021 appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Battlefield 2042 | The Rules of War Have Changed

19 November 2021 @ 3:09 am

All-out warfare is back! Battlefield 2042 ushers in the future of the series. Check out the features and gameplay to see for yourself. The post Battlefield 2042 | The Rules of War Have Changed appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

Is Skyrim Anniversary Edition Free? | Everything You Need to Know

11 November 2021 @ 4:51 am

Wondering what’s in the Skyrim Anniversary Edition upgrade… and if it’s free? Get your answers right here in our latest blog post. The post Is Skyrim Anniversary Edition Free? | Everything You Need to Know appeared first on CDKeys Blog.

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iPhone SE 3 Likely to Launch in April or May

19 January 2022 @ 11:09 pm

The first iPhone that Apple plans to launch this year is the new-generation iPhone SE. Supposed to remain the smallest iPhone on the market, the new iPhone SE is expected to see the daylight in the spring, just its direct predecessors. And according to display analyst Ross Young, the unveiling is very likely to happen in April or May, as the production of the screens to be used on this iPhone SE has already started. If everything goes according to the plan, Apple is projected to start the iPhone SE 3 mass production in March, whereas the first units should start shipping in the second half of April or in early May. An announcement from Apple is also expected during one of these months. The iPhone SE overhaul While the upcoming iPhone SE is supposed to be an all-new model, people familiar with the matter said Apple is mostly focusing on under-the-hood upgrades rather than on a ...

Microsoft Announces a Mouse Tool for PowerToys Users

19 January 2022 @ 10:57 pm

PowerToys just keeps getting better and better, and at first glance, Microsoft is fully committed to improving this small suite of utilities in the long term. This time, however, Microsoft is adding a completely new utility that will be part of a PowerToys update supposed to launch rather sooner than later. This new tool will be specifically aimed at those relying on the mouse when working on their devices. Simply called “Mouse utilities,” it’ll allow users to find their mouse pointer by simply pressing the left Ctrl key twice. This comes in handy particularly when you’re working on a busy screen and it’s getting more difficult to see the cursor. At the same time, PowerToys will also get an option to highlight the mouse when pressing a defined keyboard shortcut. A third option called Inclusive Mouse will draw a crosshair centered around the mouse pointer. The new utility is projected to become available for all users with the release of version 0.55 later this mo...

Microsoft Working on Fluent Design Update for Windows 11 Task Manager

19 January 2022 @ 10:38 pm

Even though it’s an essential tool for so many Windows power users, the Task Manager has so far been left behind by Microsoft when it comes to the modern overhaul that the rest of the operating system has already received. In other words, the Windows 11 Task Manager looks pretty much like the Windows 10 sibling, minus the rounded corners that are available at the operating system level anyway. However, the Task Manager still lacks a modern UI and essential features like a dark mode. And it goes without saying these have all been among the top feature requests for users out there. The Task Manager overhaul But as it turns out, the Redmond-based software giant has finally received the message, so it’s now working on a major overhaul of the Task Manager. Twitter user FireCube has discovered that the most recent version of Windows 11 preview, which was released to users enr...

Microsoft Announces Critical Fixes in the Latest Windows 11 Preview Build

19 January 2022 @ 10:31 pm

Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 preview build to insiders out there, and in addition to a bunch of welcome updates, the company has also included several critical bug fixes. In other words, the experience with Windows 11 should be much smoother after installing build 22538, though it’s important to keep in mind all these improvements are still exclusive to insiders. First and foremost, Microsoft says it has resolved a glitch causing the hardware buttons for volume on some devices to cause a crash of explorer.exe. Indeed, this has been a major annoyance in Windows 11 preview builds, though the bug only occurred occasionally. Furthermore, the company says that it also addressed a problem causing some insiders to see text in Settings mixed up. And after installing this build, the audio and the video should no longer be out of sync during video playback when resuming from sleep or hibernate. Even more fixes Microsoft explains in the changelo...

Microsoft Announces Voice Access Improvements in Windows 11

19 January 2022 @ 10:18 pm

Microsoft’s latest preview build for Windows 11 insiders includes welcome voice access improvements that make this feature easier to use, especially with a touch keyboard. This is because the company has added numbered tear drops over all keys of the touch keyboard, therefore allowing users to perform a series of operations easier. For example, you can now turn to the touch keyboard for things like spelling words, entering numbers, punctuation marks and symbols, as well as emoji. To show and hide the touch keyboard it’s enough to just say “show keyboard” or “hide keyboard,” while the typing thing is possible with a command like “click number.” For the time being, however, the commands that are available for voice access with a touch keyboard are still limited. For example, in addition to the ones mentioned above, users can only use voice access on and off commands, such as “turn off voice access.” Still in the works The new voice access feature...

Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Build 22538

19 January 2022 @ 10:11 pm

Microsoft has just released Windows 11 build 22538 for insiders in the Dev channel, with the company revealing not only a set of new features but several critical bug fixes. The new build introduces several voice access improvements, including support for the touch keyboard, therefore making the new experience more straightforward from one end to another. Then, Microsoft says this build also enables the new entry point for widgets with the weather on the taskbar for all users. Previously, this updated experience was only available for a limited set of insiders. The company explains it has also brought its new IME and touch keyboard designs to the lock screen. “Our updated IMEs and touch keyboard designs will now show on the Lock screen and where you enter your account information such as username and password. This change is currently rolling out to a subset of Windows Insiders at first and we’ll expand over time based on feedback,” it says. Known issues...

Expeditions: Rome Review (PC)

19 January 2022 @ 5:03 pm

A pilum might not take down an enemy, but it will eliminate the shield. My veles then follows up with an assassin’s move to take down the opponent, getting another action. This allows him to whittle the shield of another, with my triarii using his long staff to then remove half of the health. One sagittarius uses a half-bow ability to eliminate an enemy spearman and then, with his bonus action, lights another on fire. I still have three characters I can use and, even if I know I will be unable to kill all enemies this turn, I can make sure they have minimal health and deal almost no damage before I destroy them when I can next act. Expeditions: Rome was created by Logic Artists and is published by THQ Nordic. The title is available on the PC only at the moment, where I played it on Steam. It uses many of the same ideas as the two previous entries in the series, with a new setting and attractive narrative. Players will be taken to Antiquity, able to create and contro...

Lenovo Announces Windows 11 Tablet Running on Snapdragon Power

19 January 2022 @ 8:55 am

Lenovo is one of the companies that are fully committed to Microsoft’s ARM push, so it’s no surprise that one of the latest devices it launches comes with a Snapdragon chip. More specifically, Lenovo has developed a new tablet specifically aimed at the education sector and which combines Windows 11 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c platform. The result should be increased productivity with enhanced battery life without any impact on device performance. But while on paper everything sounds pretty cool, it remains to be seen if everything is as smoothly as promised in the real-life too. As expected, the tablet also comes with a detachable keyboard specifically supposed to help increase productivity when needed. In addition to the Snapdragon 7c, the tablet comes with a 10.1-inch LCD panel with a 16:10 aspect ratio covered in Gorilla Glass. The chip is paired with up to 8GB RAM, with the tablet offering a maximum of 128 GB of eMMC storage. Going on sale in Apri...

1 in 5 Smartphones Sold in Q4 Was an iPhone

19 January 2022 @ 8:45 am

The iPhone keeps selling like hotcakes all over the world, with statistics shared by Canalys indicating Apple’s device was the most popular smartphone in the fourth quarter of 2021. More specifically, the Cupertino-based tech giant accounted for no less than 22 percent of the phone sales worldwide, which means that more than 1 in 5 phones solid during the quarter was an iPhone. However, Apple’s market share fell from 23 percent in Q4 2020 to 22 percent in Q4 2021, mostly as Samsung managed to recover and secure the runner-up spot with a market share increase from 17 percent to 20 percent. Xiaomi continued to be the number three in the charts with a 12 percent share, followed by OPPO and vivo. “Apple is back at the top of the smartphone market after three quarters, driven by a stellar performance from the iPhone 13,” said Canalys Analyst Sanyam Chaurasia. “Apple saw unprecedented iPhone performance in Mainland China, with aggressive pricing for its flagship devic...

Microsoft Excel Now Fully Supported on Apple Silicon

19 January 2022 @ 8:25 am

Microsoft has released a new Office for Mac update, this time bringing very good news for Apple Silicon users who were waiting for full M1 chip support. This is because the update indeed includes full support on devices with Apple Silicon CPUs for Microsoft Excel, with the Redmond-based software giant telling users that the app runs natively on their computers, therefore coming with substantial performance improvements. “Power Query in Excel for Mac is now natively supported on Apple Silicon processors. If you previously used Rosetta emulator to run Excel, you may now disable it and run Excel natively on your devices,” Microsoft explains. At the same time, Microsoft Excel for Mac is also being updated with additional features, including screen capture prote...