Microsoft Announced Official Windows VM

Microsoft announced that they will feature it’s own VM(Virtual Machine) on Windows 10 March update, called Windows Sandbox.

VM is commonly used when users try to run untrusted apps, so that random malware can’t ruin your real PC, and data.

Windows Sandbox requires:

  • Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise build 18301 or later
  • AMD64 architecture
  • Virtualization capabilities enabled in BIOS
  • At least 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
  • At least 1 GB of free disk space (SSD recommended)
  • At least 2 CPU cores (4 cores with hyperthreading recommended)

Epic Games Launched Their Own Digital Store


Epic Games launched their own digital store at both Windows and Mac, with a plan to expand it’s boarder to Android and other open platforms throughout 2019. 

To compete with Steam, the biggest digital game store, Epic Games Store provides few benefits like: higher revenue split, stronger relationship between devs and players, and more.

Check out their store here.

If You’re Android Graphic Programmer, Check Out Google Filament

Filament is a PBR (physically based rendering) engine optimized for Android, but also works on Linux, macOS and Windows.

Filament is a tool made for Android developers who want to create high quality 2D and 3D rendering with ease. Filament features Native C++/Java/JNI API, OpenGL, Vulkan 1.0, HDR, Physical light units, MSAA and more. And they also support in-depth documents for Developers.

For more info: Download / PBR Guide / Material GuideMaterial reference sheet

From Now, Microsoft Offers Refund For Digital Purchases

Image result for xboxAccording to an upcoming update posted on Reddit, we now can refund purchases made on Xbox live via PC and Xbox One. Game you want to refund should be purchased within the last 14 days, less than 2 hours of play time across all accounts. DLC/season passes/addons are not eligible.