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How To Improve Your Writing Using Editor For The Online Version Of Word, Chrome, Or Edge
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Microsoft’s conversion from Office 365 subscriptions to Microsoft 365, beginning Tuesday, will be accompanied by features that will be rolled out over the coming months. But there’s an exception that’s already available: Microsoft’s...
Nintendo Account Hack FAQ: What Happened, Who’s At Risk, And How You Can Secure Your ID
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Since you’re probably playing a whole lot more Switch and 3DS games than usual these days, this hack couldn’t have come at a worse time. Nintendo has announced that more than 150,000 older accounts have been hacked and are warning users...
This Random Message Notification Will Cause Your IPhone To Crash Before You Even Read It
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
A new iOS messaging bug will lock up and crash your iPhone with a single text.
XCOM Meets SWAT: Chimera Squads Radical Tweaks Make For A Refreshing Spinoff
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
If XCOM and SWAT had a baby, XCOM: Chimera Squad would be it. This refreshing spinoff looks like XCOM, sounds like XCOM, and even largely feels like XCOM. But it also feels tremendously different at the same time, thanks to a much tighter...
Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Review: High-end Sound For A High-end Price
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Sennheiser expects to fetch top dollar for this sophisticated soundbar, but it fully doesnt deliver the immersive audio experience it promises
Is Upgrading A Laptops SSD And RAM Worth It? We Try It In The Dell Inspiron 15 7000
24th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Is it worth it to upgrade a laptops RAM or storage? We had a chance to find out when Dell asked us to test the upgradability of its Inspiron 15 7000.I admit that as I faced this challenge, I started sweating. Panic-sweating. In my experience,...
Intel Shrugs Off Coronavirus With Solid Q1 Earnings, Confirming That Tiger Lake Is On Track For Midyear
23rd Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Intel overcame the early effects of COVID-19 and reported a strong first quarter of 2020, confirming that the company plans to add its next Tiger Lake processor near the middle of the year, as well as add manufacturing capacity.Intel chief...
You Can Play XCOM 2 For Free Through April 30, And Its Not The Only Freebie Right Now
23rd Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
It’s a big week for tactics games. Tomorrow the XCOM: Chimera Squad spinoff releases (and we’ll have some impressions of it as well), and next Tuesday is the debut of Gears Tactics. If you’re a few years behind the curve though, or...
Ancient Enemy Review: Somehow Fancy Solitaire Is One Of My Favorite Games Of 2020
23rd Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Solitaire. One of my favorite games of 2020 so far is solitaire. Here’s a card—now stack another on top of it. That’s it. Mindless, or maybe just mindless enough. Fwit, fwit, fwit, the sound of the cards stacking on top of each other...
Retrospect 17 Solo Review: Backup Software That Gives You Everything
23rd Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Retrospect 17, one of the most comprehensive backup programs you can find, is the latest incarnation of a venerable, capable, and reliable program that PCWorld has actually used to back up its content in the past. The Solo version I tested...
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