Surface Laptop Go review: Microsoft delivers a decent budget PC

The Surface Laptop Go is Microsoft’s second try at an affordable Surface, and it hits the mark better than the original Surface Go tablet did. It still offers compromises, with strategic cuts to keep the price competitive with a Chromebook. Still, they’re mostly smart decisions—even a sub-1080p display and Windows 10 in S Mode didn’t turn us off. Although the Surface Laptop Go lacks the easy expansion of some competing

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A trip anywhere in Microsoft Flight Simulator’s virtual world

On a recent cloudy morning in Wolverhampton, England, Wesley Appiah was in his bedroom, reviewing a flight plan to the Canary Islands, cueing up an R&B playlist and greeting his “passengers.”

Appiah, 20, is an accounting and finance student at the University of Warwick, but he’s also an aspiring pilot who streams virtual flights on Twitch, the internet’s most popular destination for video game streaming.

His software of choice is

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Microsoft Finally Has a Budget Laptop

After producing a fine laptop and a great budget tablet, Microsoft is finally voltroning these concepts together to make the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go, a $US550 ($767) laptop with a real Intel 10th-gen i5 processor. This is what we’ve been asking for.

The problem with Microsoft’s budget lineup (until today) is that it felt pricey if you were just out for a good Windows device. The Surface Go 2 is

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Microsoft Announces the $550 Surface Laptop Go

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After producing a fine laptop and a great budget tablet, Microsoft is finally voltroning these concepts together to make the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go, a $550 laptop with a real Intel 10th-gen i5 processor. This is what we’ve been asking for.

The problem with Microsoft’s budget lineup (until today) is that it felt pricey if you were just out for a good Windows device. The

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Microsoft outage brings down Office 365, Outlook and Teams for users around the world



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Microsoft has said it is investigating an outage that brought down its cloud-based office services worldwide.

The firm reported issues with authentication for its cloud services, with users having issues logging into the likes of Teams, Outlook and Office.

It said a recent change it introduced likely caused a major outage, affecting users’ access to multiple Microsoft 365 services, including Outlook.com and Microsoft Teams.

The

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