Strategy XCOM 2 and War of the Chosen XCOM: Enemy Unknown successfully rebooted the classic science-fiction strategy series with a delightful mix of polished turn-based combat and strategic management, and it did it without sacrificing the brutal difficulty that made the original games so loved. XCOM 2 doubled down on everything players loved about the previous game, with a variety of brutally intelligent enemies to defeat, tricky missions to complete, and an overarching countdown timer that manages to put you on edge no matter how well you’re actually doing in the game. … [Read more...] about The best PS4 games for April 2020
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Sure, a lot can change in people’s viewing habits in just a few years but have they changed enough to support a smartphone-only video platform that costs almost as much as Hulu, Disney+, and CBS All Access (which can all be watched on the web and via TVs and mobile devices) but offers fewer hours of content in its library? That’s a tough sell, no matter who is in the shows’ casts or creative teams. … [Read more...] about Quibi: Is it the next big thing or a billion-dollar boondoggle?
Lightroom CC also has new hover-over icons that explain each feature. If you’re not sure what temperature is in photography, leave your mouse over the name and a pop-up icon will not only explain what temperature is but animate a sample photo as the slider moves to show the effects on a photo. Lightroom CC also includes built-in tutorials that walk users through a step-by-step process. Lightroom Classic will eventually be getting those same tutorials, but for now, it has more limited in-app tutorials and an online home for tutorials. … [Read more...] about Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic: What’s the difference?
The evolution of Windows Windows 1.0 This is the version that started it all. Windows 1.0 debuted in 1985 and was designed to be a GUI to be used in conjunction with MS-DOS. The use of Windows 1.0 as a GUI meant that MS-DOS users didn’t have to manually enter text commands just to complete basic tasks. Now, they could carry out tasks and browse their own files by just pointing and clicking on icons and menus. At the time of its release, Windows 1.0 cost $99 and introduced many computer users to drop-down menus, icons, and dialogue boxes. According to Microsoft, it also featured the ability to multitask applications and “transfer data between programs,” a first for a Microsoft OS. … [Read more...] about The history of Windows: How the OS has changed over time