The pandemic has also raised concerns about the timeline of some game titles throughout the industry this year. Zelnick noted that Take-Two remains on track with its games (only Kerbel Space Program 2 has been delayed). And while things have a long way to go before they’re back to normal at the publisher, there have been some advances. … [Read more...] about Take-Two’s CEO has his doubts about a Netflix pricing model for video games
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Get rid of unused programs and apps As a general rule, a clean machine is a fast machine, and so there’s no good reason to keep any programs and apps you don’t use. For optimal performance, delete any trial or limited-edition software, along with anything else you’re never going to use. This is the only way to ensure unneeded applications aren’t running processes in the background that take up processor time. To uninstall programs, search Cortana for Control Panel, then choose Programs > Program Features to get to the uninstall tools. Then just click on the program you want to uninstall and choose the Uninstall option. … [Read more...] about How to speed up Windows