Why Are PC Video Game Ports So Bad?

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The History of Microsoft (1975-2001)

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Nintendo Switch as Fast As Possible

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PC vs Console as Fast As Possible

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Is Microsoft Strangling the Desktop PC? (UWP Explained)

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