Microsoft's fall update to Windows 10, the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2), improves the Alt+Tab functionality, makes the Start menu less attractive, and makes the new Edge browser official.
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Microsoft's Windows 10 October 2020 Update is available to all now, either to download manually or wait until it's pushed to your PC in a few weeks.
Intel bails out of the flash and SSD market, leaving unknown SSD powerhouse SK to grow even bigger. Oddly, though, the deal won't formally close until 2025.
The U.S. Department of Justice and several states have sued Google, alleging that the search provider uses its dominant position on the desktop and on mobile to preserve its market share to the detriment of competitors.
This Raynic emergency radio can use a hand-crank for power, and includes a flashlight, reading lamp, cellphone charger and more. Now it's less than $30 on Amazon.
Amazon is selling the Rosetta Stone Spanish bundle and lifetime access to the company's other languages for $150.
Are you a PC power user or just want extra security features? Through Oct 25, you can snag Windows 10 Professional for $39.99, an exclusive offer to PCWorld readers.
Aukey via Amazon has a one-day sale on wireless earbuds, Bluetooth receivers, and more.
Nvidia's Reflex API in games and Reflex Latency Analyzer in 360Hz G-Sync Esports monitors give you everything you need for more responsive, more deadly esports gaming. Here's what you need to know.
Compatible with 98 percent of water meters, Flume 2 solidifies its place as one of the best ways to keep tabs on your water usage.
The LG Ultra, at 4.3 pounds, is surprisingly light for laptop with a 17-inch display and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card inside.
Music is not its forte, but this inexpensive gadget packs plenty of value into its small footprint.
A source close to Microsoft said that Office apps that unexpectedly appeared in the Windows Start menu were due to a bug that's being fixed.
The U.S. government is warning users that a vulnerability in how Windows PCs handle an HEVC video codec used by Apple iPhones could be used to take over their PCs.