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Codrut Neagu

Codrut is a Senior Editor at Digital Citizen. He's passionate about technology and he is fluent in working with several operating systems, including Windows and Linux. He likes to test security products and he feels at home when digging through the registry, optimizing things or having fun on Telnet.
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Kingston Fury Beast RGB DDR5-6000 32GB review: Great for both AMD & Intel

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors are already here, and Intel’s 13th generation of CPUs is just around the corner. To match the performance they offer, new DDR5 memory modules are also coming our way. Some of the most interesting ones are made by Kingston, and today, I’m...

ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero review: The high-end motherboard

After the recent launch of AMD Ryzen 7000 processors, compatible motherboards are slowly but surely surfacing on the market. One of the most interesting ones is the new ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero, a high-end motherboard equipped with PCI Express 5.0 and USB 4 ports that also...

AMD Ryzen 7 7700X review: Top-notch gaming performance

Out of the four new Ryzen 7000 processors that AMD just launched, the Ryzen 7 7700X is one of the most interesting and most expected. Equipped with eight cores and 16 execution threads, this CPU can reach frequencies as high as 5.4 GHz without any kind of overclocking. Which you can...

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X review: Fast, faster, the fastest!

After teasing us with formidable specs and in-house benchmark results, AMD officially launched the Ryzen 7000 series of processors today. There are four new models out, ranging from enthusiast to high-end and mid-range, and the best of them is the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X. Featuring 16...

Motorola Edge 30 Neo review: Fashionable mid-range Android

On September 8th, Motorola unveiled three new Android smartphones: the Edge 30 Ultra, Edge 30 Fusion, and Edge 30 Neo. The latter is the first child of a newly announced partnership between Motorola and Pantone, the color experts of the world. Having the pleasure to receive the...

How to reinstall all the Windows default apps with PowerShell

Some people do not like the universal apps installed by default In Windows 10 or Windows 11 and want to get rid of them. They can manually uninstall most of them using the Settings app or PowerShell. Apps like Calendar, Mail, Camera, Photos, or Candy...

Sapphire Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT review

AMD has refreshed its lineup of RDNA 2 GPUs, and we also got the new AMD Radeon RX 6750 XT. It’s an upgraded version of the Radeon RX 6700 XT mid-range GPU. Taking advantage of this opportunity, Sapphire didn’t waste any time and released its own implementation: the Sapphire...

How to uninstall Windows apps with PowerShell

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 come with quite a few pre-installed universal apps, such as Calendar, Mail, Camera, or Photos. While some people like them and find them useful, others don’t. If you don't want some of these bundled apps on your Windows computer, you...

How to install Microsoft Office on Android and iPhone

When discussing productivity and office software suites, Microsoft Office is the unquestionable market leader in the Windows ecosystem. There are, of course, many great free alternatives, but the Microsoft Office package is by far the most popular and feature-rich....

Motorola unveils the Edge 30 Ultra, Edge 30 Fusion, and Edge 30 Neo

Motorola unveiled three new and exciting Android smartphones at a special event that took place on September 8th, in Milan, Italy. After the (fairly) recent launch of the new Edge 30, announced on August 18, rumors were that other new Edge phones were on their way, and now we know...

What is my DNS? How to find your DNS servers in Windows (7 ways)

Do you know how to find the IP addresses of your DNS servers? Would you like to learn how to do that? If you are a Windows 11 or Windows 10 user, there are many methods to find the addresses of the DNS servers that your computer or device is using. You can find this information in...

How to add or remove Windows features or components

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 come with predefined sets of features and components. You can customize Windows by removing the features you’re not using and by adding the ones you need but aren’t installed by default. Moreover, if you remove unwanted components, you can...

How to change the IP address in Windows 10 and Windows 11 (4 ways)

Have you ever wondered how to change the IP address in Windows 10 or Windows 11? Do you want to learn how to do that from the Settings app or the Control Panel? Maybe you’re a command-line fan and want to learn how to change the IP address from Command...

How to download Microsoft Office on a Windows PC (3 ways)

Microsoft Office is such a popular office suite that, in 2022, there are about 345 million paid licenses for Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365). If you’re one of the subscribers to Microsoft 365, you’ll probably want to download and...

What’s an XPS file, and how to use XPS Viewer in Windows?

XPS files or XML Paper Specification files are Microsoft's direct competitor to Adobe's PDF format. XPS Viewer is a tool used to view XPS files, similar to Adobe Reader. While XPS might not be as popular as PDF, some Windows users still work with it. For...

What are those Windows features that you can add or remove?

Some of our readers asked us to explain all those optional features that can be added to or removed from your Windows installation. Even though all of them have some description, the information offered by Windows is either too brief or too complex to understand for most people. So...

How to add or remove optional features in Windows 11 and Windows 10

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 are complex operating systems with many built-in components. However, there are some features that are not installed by default but can be added by the user. These are called Optional features, and you can choose whether you want them or not....

What is the Office app from Windows, and how to remove it?

If you use Windows 11 or Windows 10, it's impossible not to have come across the free Office app. While it started as nothing more than an app designed to get you to try and buy Microsoft's productivity apps, over the years, things have changed to such an extent that the...