I really hope the xbox app is better. Because it sucks right now. Also, it has so much potential for failure... countless times i have been stuck with games i can't delete. And i can't get permissions of the folder/files. Had to format my drive. Lol. It's terrible! Much rather just use steam. And just like steam, many of the other things ms integrate in windows, separate applications do much better!The integration between Windows and the XBOX platform has no rivals.
Yeah the new look doesn't look too bad. Queue the "they stole the look and idea from MacOS". What's really important is the performance and the jury is still out on that. My guess is it will be about the same or worse because of all the bloat MS has been adding to Windows. Cortana and Your Phone are two that should be removed and installed only if the user wants it. But since Windows is now a service they can do as they please or as Michelle Obama once famously said: "shut up and eat your peas".Hey, after waiting 36 years for some type of consistent, fluid, and actually pleasant UI design in Windows, I'm all for the redesign.
inb4 "Windows 7 was all that".
No, it wasn't. Arguably better than Vista, lots better than XP and 8, but it was nowhere near a clean, consistent interface.
What I discovered was that MS blocked Firefox on Linux. Had to connect with Edge on Win10 which then worked fine.For those having issues with the MS link
The stream is fine on Facebook and twitter links below
It looks like a bit more than a theme pack (though yes, it's certainly that). There's also what looks like a comprehensive rewrite to mainstream touch - not clear whether it will work well without it (shades of Win8). And under the hood, 32-bit Windows and BIOS are dead; minimum config is 64-bit CPU, DX12 GPU, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage (so goodbye to those low-end 32GB eMMCs), UEFI with TPM 2.0, Secure Boot available if not enabled, and some internet connectivity requirements that don't look all that new.I was hoping for more of a performance enhancement than a new theme pack, which is pretty much what it looks to be.
Check if your motherboard supports TPM 2.0 as that's probably why it says no.
But do you have a TPM device installed? Like these?I checked and this motherboard is compatible with TPM 2.0