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In the April issue
We review today’s hottest hardware: HP’s Spectre X360, Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and the Sapphire Nitro R9 Fury. Plus, we show you how to speed up Windows 10 and test the CPU cores really needed for PC gaming.
• More Space! How Windows 10’s storage analysis helps you free up your hard drive.
• Samsung T3: This ‘USB 3.1’ SSD is stupidly fast.
• Sapphire Nitro R9 Fury: Fast, furious, and ridiculously quiet graphics card.
• Consumer Watch: These are the worst domains for harboring malware.
• Here’s How: How to speed up Windows 10 boot times with Fast Startup.
• Watch: Obama at SXSW on encryption and see our HP’s Elite x3, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Origin Eon17-SLX reviews.
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