Arif Bacchus

Arif Bacchus

Arif Bacchus is a native New Yorker and a fan of all things tech. Arif works as a freelance writer, covering Microsoft news, writing the occasional laptop review, and how-to guides. Arif attended CUNY's Baruch College and holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. He's also an avid Microsoft fan and has as many Windows PCs as he has fingers. When not writing or playing on PCs, you can find him on Twitter @abacjourn, where he's always making new friends and engaged with the tech community.

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Windows 10X vs. Windows 10: What’s the difference?

From the interface, device compability, and more, we'll be diving a bit more into each of the key differecnes between Windows 10 and Windows 10X.
Computing

Microsoft HoloLens 2 hands-on review: The future on your face

With HoloLens 2, Microsoft wants you to interact with digital assets and holograms in a natural way. Microsoft is fusing all of your natural inputs into what it calls "collaborative visualization."
Computing

Microsoft’s futuristic HoloLens 2 headset is now shipping, starting at $3,500

Microsoft is getting ready to ship its HoloLens 2 headset out to customers. The company has officially launched the futuristic, sensor-packed holographic computing headset.
Computing

Here’s why Microsoft desperately needs an Intel version of the Surface Pro X

Microsoft has launched the Surface Pro X, a new Surface device with Microsoft's own custom SQ1 processor. It's visually impressive with slim bezels, but the company needs to release an Intel version pronto.
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Microsoft’s next-generation, slim-bezel Surface Pro X is now available

November 5 marks the release of Microsoft's new Surface Pro X. With its slim bezels, LTE support, and SQ1 chipset, this 2-in-1 stands out from the rest of the Surface lineup.
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Microsoft’s new Edge browser to launch January 15. Here’s what you need to know

After six months of beta testing, Microsoft has announced that it's new Chromium-based Edge browser will launch on January 15. Here's a look at everything you need to know.