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7 settings every PC gamer should tweak immediately
In this article, we show you how you can optimize your PC`s gaming performance using Windows and UEFI settings -- and introduce you to useful software that every gamer should have.
Kelvin Köpke

Google agrees to destroy browsing data collected in Incognito mode
Google agrees to destroy browsing data collected in Incognito mode
Lauren Feiner

Microsoft PowerToys: 23 Ways to Enhance Windows For Free
Need to rename multiple files at once, find your mouse cursor, or quickly mute your audio during a virtual meeting? Microsoft’s free PowerToys utility will give your operating system a boost.
Lance Whitney

41 years later, Windows Notepad finally gets spell check
Writres, rejoyce!
Michael Crider

First Human to Receive Neuralink Implant Says It Lets Him Play Civilization VI
29-year-old Nolan Arbaugh, a quadriplegic, says the brain implant has allowed him to play chess and Civilization on his PC using his mind. `I’m so freaking lucky to be a part of this,` he says.
Michael Kan

The Best Password Managers for 2024
Stop splashing your kid`s birthday and your pets` names across the web.
Kim Key

Microsoft Office 2024 will release as a one-time purchase
Microsoft makes it official.
Hans-Christian Dirscherl

10 Reasons 2024 Is the Best Time to Build Your Own PC
The early 2020s were grim times for PC builders, but the stars and parts are aligning to bring DIY desktops back into favor. Our expert makes the case for busting out your screwdriver.
John Burek

How AI has already changed coding forever
AI coding tools such as Amazon CodeWhisperer and GitHub Copilot boost the productivity of pro and novice developers alike. They’re only the beginning.
Matt Asay

Watch This Humanoid Robot Talk and Complete Tasks Thanks to OpenAI Tech
The startup Figure shows off how its partnership with OpenAI promises to make the company`s humanoid robots capable of having full conversations with people.
Michael Kan

Our Top 100 Budget Buys: Affordable, Tested Tech That`s Actually Worth It
Our experts review more than 1,500 technology products each year. Our mega-guide, updated monthly, scopes out the very best cost-conscious products across 15 key categories.
PCMag Staff

How to roll back a problematic Windows update
Windows updates are supposed to solve existing bugs, but they can also cause new problems. For this reason, Microsoft introduced the Known Issue Rollback (KIR) three years ago.
Peter Stelzel-Morawietz

Researchers reveal DVD-like disc that stores up to 200 terabytes
Researchers from China have succeeded in developing a new type of disc with a storage capacity of 200 terabytes, the size of a DVD.
René Resch

5 reasons why desktop Linux is finally growing in popularity
Linux reached over 4% market share for the first time.
steven Vaughan-Nichols