Microsoft says that Windows 10 is the best Windows ever. That means that the most popular computer operating system of all times - Windows 10 - has to meet plenty of high expectations. Although it has its fair share of problems, especially with updates, Windows 10 also offers some exciting features. Starting with a well designed Start Menu, continuing with a pleasant desktop experience and excellent gaming features, and going all the way to a completely new Microsoft Edge, Windows 10 is the best operating system built by Microsoft in the last decade.
While Windows 10 is regularly growing and evolving with new features, apps, and improvements, some things about it are not so great. We are not trying to be perfectionists, but there are more than just a few things that Microsoft could change or improve in Windows 10. Some of our complaints are small, while others are significant. Yes, we use Windows 10 daily, we write many articles about it, and we appreciate what we can do with it. However, many people think that Windows 10 sucks, and for good reason. Here's why:
Unless you've never had a phone or a smartphone, it is unlikely that you haven't heard about SIM cards. Without them, you can't use your phone to call or send text messages to people. You might know this, but do you know what a SIM card is and why you need one? Do you have uncertainties regarding what SIM cards are used for, or what information is stored on a SIM card? If you want to know the answers to these questions and more, read this article and find out:
HDR is one of the most discussed technologies on the web in the past few years. Whether it's about TVs and movies, or computer monitors and games, HDR is gaining a foothold on many of our devices. Do you want to know what HDR is? Do you know what the different types, standards, and certifications of HDR are? If you want to understand why some screens are better than others when it comes to HDR, and to see what terms such as HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, DisplayHDR 400 or DisplayHDR 1000 are all about, read this article:
Because of the lockdown, many people have to work from home. Unfortunately, this doesn't necessarily make them productive for a variety of reasons. One might be the laptop they are using for work, which is often old, with dated hardware. To be more productive, you may need to buy yourself a new laptop that is better suited for working from home. One choice to consider should be the ASUS ZenBook Duo. This model has won many design awards for enabling the ultimate productivity. Here's why:
Memory cards are found inside all kinds of devices: professional DSLR cameras, surveillance cameras, dash cams, smartphones, tablets, and laptops. We even use them for Nintendo Switch consoles. Some devices (like digital cameras) require a memory card for their primary storage. Others (like tablets and smartphones) need them to increase their storage space. Memory cards are available in many sizes, formats, speeds, and storage capacities. Making sense of everything may feel daunting.
If you want to build or upgrade a computer, it is a great idea to invest in a fast SSD drive. While having a fast processor, or a top-notch video card boosts performance, no other hardware component impacts the speed of your PC as the SSD does. Such storage devices are not new on the market, and many people know of their benefits. However, in recent years, there's a new type of solid-state drives that are taking over: NVMe SSDs. If you want to know why your next SSD should be an NVMe one, read this article and learn about the blazingly-fast drives manufactured by Kingston.
If you are not a technical person, you might not know the difference between M.2 and NVMe, and you may assume that they are the same thing. People usually confuse these terms when looking to buy SSD drives. These technical acronyms are used to describe lots of SSDs, and you often see solid-state drives that have both M.2 and NVMe in their descriptions or model names. Thus, it is easy to confuse them and believe that M.2 describes NVMe or vice-versa. Here is what M.2 and NVMe are and how they differ:
The Spring of 2020 has arrived and, just like it did in the last few years, Microsoft is getting ready to launch a new major update for Windows 10. Initially, everyone thought it would be called April 2020 Update. However, Microsoft decided to postpone it, and call it May 2020 Update. This update brings several new features, improvements, tweaks, and many fixes to Windows 10. Would you like to know what's new in Windows 10 May 2020 Update (a.k.a 20H1 or version 2004)? Read on and find out what major changes are coming your way:
We are all affected by COVID-19, so it makes sense to want to get live updates about the pandemic, especially if you're living in the United States, the latest Coronavirus epicenter. However, finding reliable sources online can prove to be a challenge. If you live in the US and want to keep an eye on how the situation is progressing, here are five places to get live updates for Covid-19: