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This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft opens Xbox One X pre-order ahead of the November launch, and those who pre-order now will receive the “Project Scorpio” edition of the new console. The company even posted a new video of unboxing “the most powerful console ever created.”
Microsoft also released only two sample versions of the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators update, including version 16275 and version 16273, which are near-full versions of the update, with various bug fixes. (You can also watch a hands-on video review with Windows 10 build 16273 that highlights the new changes.)
Surface Pro 3 receives a new firmware update, adding support for the new Surface Pro Type cases.
As we get closer to September, Microsoft unveils the titles that Xbox Live Gold members will receive as part of the Games with Gold program.
Western Digital launches a massive 20TB desktop storage system, but it doesn’t come cheap.
Google announces that version 8.0 of its popular mobile operating system is officially called “Android Oreo,” and the final version is now available through the beta program.
Help and how to do it
Also, this week, you learned some tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including steps to enable regular Windows Defender scan when using third-party antivirus.
And we saw the step to check your PC BIOS version in Windows 10, which can help you find out if you need to update to fix bugs or enable new features on your device.
If you have a technical problem with Windows 10 or other platforms, remember that you can use the PUREinfoTech forums to get answers and share technical tips with the community.