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Google Chrome Is Under Attack: Update Right Now

Google Chrome is under attack on Windows and Android. The latest security hole in WebRTC has an exploit that’s circulating in the wild, so you don’t want to browse without installing the patch. Here’s what you need to know….

How to Use Face ID With a Mask on iPhone

You can now use Face ID with a mask. This is true Face ID: Your iPhone will look at the physical features around your eyes to authenticate you, so it’ll work if you’re wearing a mask. Here’s how to use it….

How-To Geek Is Hiring a Full-Time Windows Writer

We are currently hiring a full-time Windows expert to write and update our Windows content. This is a full-time remote job with benefits including health insurance, a 401k, and paid vacation. Want to throw your hat in the rin…

How to Install Windows 11 on an Unsupported PC

Windows 11 has strict system requirements, but there are ways around them. For example, it requires at least an 8th-generation Intel, AMD Zen 2, or Qualcomm 7 or 8 Series CPU—but you can install Windows 11 on PCs with older…

How to Upgrade Your PC to Windows 11

Windows 11 is now available. If you’ve decided you want to upgrade from Windows 10, here’s how you can get the free upgrade—even if Windows Update doesn’t offer it. This works if Windows 11 doesn’t officially support your …

Should You Upgrade to Windows 11?

Windows 11 arrives on October 5, 2021. Unlike the big Windows 10 upgrade offer that felt impossible to avoid, Microsoft isn’t encouraging everyone to upgrade this time. In fact, Microsoft is recommending many PC owners not up…

The Best Linux Laptops of 2022

If you want a great Linux experience, we recommend getting a laptop that comes with a Linux OS pre-installed. That way your laptop’s hardware and drivers will work without a hitch. Here are our recommendations to do just that…
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