Tag "Windows 10"
Asus is the first cab off the rank with the long-awaited announcement of its NovaGo – its first Windows 10 convertible running on a Qualcomm
… and how to turn it back! Faced with reviewing, for a few more months I’d guess, new Windows notebook computers wanting to update themselves
People who like high resolution music, and like to use a computer to deliver it, have been irritated for years by the failure of Windows
The other day my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 informed me that the Window 10 Creators Update – the first major update since August last year
I love Windows 10. I’ve been using Windows since 3.1 and while there have been ups and downs along the way, ever since the trend
Can it finally be cured? I’ve had some harsh things to say (see here, here and here) about the reliability of my Microsoft Surface Pro
When I got all excited on 4 August 2016, about Windows 10 Anniversary Update arriving in Australia, I may have been a bit premature. My
This is something audiophiles have been awaiting for a very long time. It has been reported that Windows 10 Insider Build 14931 includes support for
I’m going to make no promises. Miracast may or may not work. In my office, some devices work with others. Other devices don’t, and there
When a piece of software has more than a third of a billion users, I wonder how quickly any upgrades will propagate throughout the world
Move over Apple, because thin is in with a new thin king, as HP shows off the world’s slimmest notebook in gold.
If that laptop of yours is looking a little long in the tooth, a new range from Dell could be just what’s needed, and from what we’re hearing, they should be relatively affordable too.
The creator of the portable PC known as the notebook has a few more this week, as Toshiba lets loose with a few machines that are all business.
We’re never going to be able to plug up every hole in every bit of software, but Apple’s solution to a new set of flaws Trend Micro has discovered is pretty simple: withdraw the app altogether.
Samsung is returning to computers by embracing its love for tablets, and it’s good news if you fancy a computer that’s as thin and light as a Samsung smartphone.
The word “elite” isn’t one to be trifled with. It’s a word suggesting the best of the best, and in a new computer from HP, it’s clear the company is striving for more than just another me-too machine.