Hello everyone and yes you know it, episode 200 of the famed SoG Podcast! Today on our historic episode we talk about Street Fighter V rage quitting penalties and they’re pretty big! We also cover news from the past week!
hauir Xbox had a big presence at E3 this year. Actually, I should say Microsoft as all the reveals were not solely for the Xbox. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.
Yesterday, Microsoft took the wraps off of the upcoming Windows 10 in a big way. Their event showcased the new OS, new hardware, software and how the ecosystem of devices will work together. We saw some really amazing things and still others that we expected. Let’s take a closer look.
Ah to be a kid again. I still remember being a kid, and hearing about the SNES. I still remember how excited I was back then. Tuesday’s Xbox One reveal made me wonder how things were back then, and what the path was from reveal to release. Still, a lot of things have been put into motion . I will briefly touch on the main points, and what I think of the console race for next-gen.
With the rise of digital content we have found that users often need more and more storage space. Windows 8 features Storage Spaces which can be used to help in that regard. There are a few ways to use it. It can be used to turn multiple hard drives in to one large congruent drive. No more trying to organize your files on multiple drives with multiple drive letters. Another benefit is the ability to add more drives to the storage pool when needed.
October shall be a big and busy month for us at 2 Shots of Geek with Extra Life on the 20th and Windows 8 launching on the 26th. Our Extra Life Event in San Diego, CA will be epic and we still need your help, just click on the Extra Life link above. As for Windows 8, well let’s just say it shall be a big launch day! However, there is a growing group that has decided to condemn this new Operating System for the lack of the Start Menu. Why is the Start Menu so important and is it really necessary? Continue Reading to find out…
With Windows 8 release coming later this year, we took a deeper look into the current release preview to see what new changes and features you can expect. Truly, this is a milestone release and improves on many things. Granted with Metro, it’s different and not everyone is a fan. That being said, come release date Microsoft will have a promotion allowing you to purchase the digital upgrade version of Windows 8 Pro for only $39.99. If you prefer a disc, your local retailer will have them for $69.99 for the duration of this promotion. This is only valid for upgrades from Windows XP, Vista, and 7. Now on to the video.