PCWorld's February Digital Edition looks at Windows 10's consumer-focused features.

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In the February issue

We look at Microsoft's Windows 10 consumer-features, AMD's Catalyst Omega graphic driver and share tips on getting the most out of your Netflix subscription. 

Also in the February Digital Edition:

•  Password Managers: Nifty updates make swapping almost easier. 

•  Budget Headset Roundup: We test five sub-$100 entry level models.

•  Hassle-Free PC: Three security-boosting steps to perform on every router.

Multimedia highlights

• Take a peek at CyperPower's Fang Trinity PC: looks like no other. 

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