Windows 11 has added Windows Spotlight, a desktop background that changes daily with nature photography culled from Microsoft's licensed photo archives.
Installing this extension lets you easily juggle alt accounts and keeps third-party cookies from seeing more than they ought—all in a single browser.
Though it wasn't specifically mentioned at first, PCWorld confirmed that AMD's new B650 chipsets will be overclock-capable on The Full Nerd podcast
With some new capabilities and a revamped user interface, ToDo Backup 2022 cements its position as one of our favorite backup programs. There's a free version that covers the basics as well as an affordable annual version with optional online storage.
As the era of AM4 draws to its close, AMD's launch of the 5800X3D shows just how far Ryzen has come—and the tangible benefits of the company's generosity toward fans.
Choosing the right budget laptop is difficult if you don’t know what to look for. This guide can help you buy a budget laptop without getting screwed by its specifications.
At its Build conference, Microsoft lays out a vision of the future where its Azure cloud will supplement your PC's processor, while local AI NPUs from Arm and others power magical new apps.
Microsoft says that some of OneNote's most useful features, such as transcription, synced audio and ink replay, are coming to the unified OneNote app.
Several changes are coming to the Microsoft Store in Windows: eliminating the waitlist for developers, adding ads, and pushing cloud content to File Explorer and more. Is it all for the better?
Microsoft said that it finally plans to end support for the standalone version of Internet Explorer in June 2022, though you'll have the option of enabling Internet Explorer Mode within Microsoft Edge.
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