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What’s New in Chrome 92, Available Now

Google Chrome releases are now happening every four weeks, which is great for getting new features, but it means each version is lighter on those new features. Chrome 92, first made available on July 20, 2021, includes some i…

How to Launch Task Manager in Windows 11

In Windows 11, Task Manager is no longer just a right-click away on the taskbar. Whether you’re troubleshooting or just keeping an eye on your system resources, here are six different ways to launch it instead….

The Best Desktop Macs of 2021

If you don’t need the portability of a laptop, picking a desktop Mac over an Apple MacBook could save you money and net you much more screen real estate. But which should you pick up? Here are some recommendations….

What Is Windows 365, and Is It Secure?

Microsoft’s Windows 365 offers a remote Windows desktop you can access in a web browser. Businesses can offer Windows desktop software their employees can access on any device, from Macs, Chromebooks, and iPads to iPhones and…

What Is Dolby Vision?

High dynamic range video and gaming content has gone mainstream, and one of the leading technologies to emerge is Dolby Vision. So what is Dolby Vision, how does it improve on other HDR technology, and how do you see it for y…

What Is a Virtual Coworking Space?

Coworking spaces are designed to provide a productive place to work with like-minded individuals. A virtual coworking space is designed to accomplish the same task, with the caveat of being a purely online experience. So, how…

How to Install Windows 3.1 on an iPad

Thanks to a MS-DOS emulator called iDOS 2 on the App Store, you can install Microsoft Windows 3.1 on your iPad—then play classic Windows games or simply shock your friends. Here’s how to set it up.
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