Soon the company will be able to wash its hands of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Microsoft said it will stop receiving security updates on May 12, and if people who continue to use Windows 10 version 1809 after that date contact its customer support, they will be told to update to the latest version of Windows 10. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Drops Support for Problematic Windows 10 October 2018 Update
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Windows Insider Program members are getting an early look at a tiny part of Windows 10X. How tiny? Well, it seems that Microsoft is bringing some of the operating system's redesigned icons to Windows 10, per Windows Central. These are also in line with Microsoft's Fluent Design principals. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Fluent Design Icons for Windows 10X to Windows Insider Builds
GeForce Now on mobile: Just as good as Stadia I didn’t focus on GeForce Now’s mobile app for my review. As mentioned, Nvidia doesn’t have an app available for iOS. But I did break out an Android device to give mobile gaming a try. In a twist, I used the exact same setup Google sent for my review of Stadia – a Google Pixel 3a connected to the Google Stadia controller. … [Read more...] about Nvidia GeForce Now in-depth review: The green team puts Google on notice
There is a difference in battery capacity. The Pixel 3a has a 3,000mAh battery and the Pixel 3a XL has a 3,700mAh battery. In everyday use, you may not see much of a difference because the 3a XL has a bigger screen to power, but we can confirm it does last a little longer. It lasted 10 hours and 45 minutes in our battery test, as opposed to 9 hours and 12 minutes for the Pixel 3a. We found that battery life was a real Achilles’ heel for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, so we’re glad to see Google expanding the capacities in the 3a range. … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 3a vs Pixel 3a XL: What’s the difference and which best suits you?
You make quite a few sacrifices to shave the budget down to $750. The Acer Nitro 5’s has an unremarkable display, a chunky chassis, modest battery life, and it looks as inexpensive as it is. You also won’t see upgrade features like a high-refresh display, impressive LED lighting, or a large hard drive. Indeed, the hard drive is the most serious pain point, because some models only have a 256GB SSD while others back that up with a larger mechanical disk drive. A single 256GB SSD is more than enough space for Fortnite alone, but you won’t be able to fit more than a handful of modern AAA games on a drive of that size. … [Read more...] about The best laptops for Fortnite