Monthly Archives: May 2020

Windows 10 May 2020 Update has new backup option – here’s how to set it up.

© Provided by Windows Central The May 2020 Update has new settings to make backing up files to OneDrive a lot easier – here’s how. Starting with the May 2020 Update, Windows 10 is tweaking the Backup settings page with … Continue reading

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Apple just made the MacBook Pro 2020 a worse value

The cost of RAM has doubled on the 13-inch MacBook Pro. Here’s why. (Image credit: Tom’s Guide) The 2020 MacBook Pro is many things, but cheap is not one of them. And now, Apple has doubled the price of one … Continue reading

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Microsoft Edge’s latest update can finally sync your extensions

The latest stable version of Microsoft’s Edge browser finally adds support for extension syncing, meaning you won’t have to manually re-install extensions individually with each new device. Microsoft teased the feature as part of its Build announcement earlier this week, … Continue reading

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Microsoft alerts users of massive phishing attack: What to do now

The Microsoft Security Intelligence team warns of a malicious email making its way around the internet Microsoft has warned users about a persistent email phishing threat that targets users with a morbid, coronavirus-related lure and and a leading medical institution’s … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Chromium browser adds some nifty business features

© Provided by TechRadar Microsoft Edge Chromium At its virtual Build 2020 developers conference, Microsoft announced a number of new business related features and other improvements coming to Chromium Edge. Microsoft Edge recently surpassed Mozilla Firefox to become the second … Continue reading

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Spilled liquid onto your laptop? The trick to saving it is knowing what to do, and doing that fast

The quicker you do these things, the greater your chances of saving your laptop. Do the wrong thing and you’ll make an even bigger mess. I’ve noticed that since there’s been a massive increase in working from home, there’s been … Continue reading

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Can a simple charging mistake cause your MacBook Pro to overheat?

Can doing something as simple as plugging a USB-C charging cable into the wrong USB-C port on your MacBook Pro cause problems? Surely Apple’s engineers couldn’t have made such an elementary mistake? © ZDNet Right? According to an old thread … Continue reading

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