Windows 10's free upgrade ends July 29. Are you ready? Here's what to expect and how to get ready for it.
Sometimes Windows needs a fresh start—maybe a program’s gone awry or a file’s been corrupted. Luckily, Windows 10 has an option where you can reinstall Windows and wipe your programs, but it keeps your files intact.
A Microsoft press release, posted and then pulled, revealed the Windows 10 Anniversary Update's August 2 debut, which will be four days after Windows 10's free upgrade period ends July 29.
There are several reasons why you might want to reset Windows 10 and remove everything. Fortunately, Windows 10 lets you start over with a few clicks.
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Once confined to dashboards, Google's in-car experience will soon work directly on your phone. There's also new support for the Waze navigation app, and an SDK for car companies to customize Android Auto to their liking.
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Folks lined up the night before to preorder the Model 3 for its 215 miles of EV range and sterling pedigree. But they won't get their car until late 2017. Probably.
The Volt's category-leading 53 miles of EV range automatically sells the car to green-car nerds, but Chevrolet wants more. We drive it seven days and 700 miles to see how it plays out.
The highly-portable Nubo lets you stake out remote corners of your backyard, or monitor your campsite—and its surveillance and convenience features help it stand out from other security cameras.
The company can use a device's existing microphone and speaker to respond to your gesture.
This $249 portable SSD is built to withstand hard drops and raindrops alike.
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