Fun fact about me: I like Surface products. Fun fact about John: he doesn't like Surface products. Guess who got to write this post. Microsoft unveiled some really cool stuff, so let's dive in!
Welcome to This Week's Leaks, a new series where I round up the latest and greatest leaks every Friday (although I'm writing this one on a Tuesday). I'll tag them all in a group so if you want to find them in the same place, then you can. This week, we have leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Intel's next-gen Whiskey Lake CPUs.
The Surface has always been for the cream-of-the-crop-businessman, the on-the go management consultant, the CEO of a Silicon Valley business, all that stuff. And, until recently, the $799 price tag made sure of that. But that all changes today, with the new Surface Go. Before I start, I would like to get something out of … Continue reading Microsoft Launches $399 Surface Go
Have you ever heard of a mod? Maybe you've seen YouTubers playing them, or maybe a friend has been enthuzing about a new one they've got. But how do you install them? Follow this handy guide so that you too can change Minecraft, for better or worse. First, A Short Explanation If you've stumbled upon … Continue reading How To Install Minecraft Mods
Cloud storage is awesome. New computer? Download the application and BOOM! But the problem is that they can't work in harmony. This may sound stupid; You can just use one cloud storage service. But what if you use iCloud because it works with your Apple Ecosystem, but your employer uses Dropbox, and on top of … Continue reading How to sync up iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox on Windows
Do you like programs to launch themselves when they open? Do you not have the great privilege of using a Mac?
I just got Microsoft Office, and I need Outlook to open on startup, so I thought I'd show you guys how to do it.
If you've been using laptops for a while, you will probably have heard someone (or something) telling you off for leaving your laptop (or phone) charging while the battery is at 100%. Sam told of our Grandmother for doing that. But, I told Sam off for telling Nana (as we call her) off. Why? Because … Continue reading Why it’s OK to leave your laptop charging when the battery’s full
Thanks to expensive Internet and the rotation of the earth, we at DoubleGeek will sadly not be watching the WWDC this afternoon (It's popping up at 4:00PM CAT). But we know that since almost all of our readers are tech enthusiasts, you guys will want to watch it (even if it means missing the Game … Continue reading How to catch the September Event on all platforms
As a geek, poking around in your settings and on the Intertubes, you may have come across this term. But what is a Precision Trackpad? Find out with this guide. Precision Trackpads Explained Mouse settings have been around for a while, and, after many meetings back in the 90s, people have pretty much figured out … Continue reading Precision Trackpads Explained: What They Are And Why They Should Be More Of A Thing