You've just bought a new gaming desktop, or a laptop for the office. Maybe you've upgraded your PC with a new CPU and motherboard. You might be into overclocking. But do you know exactly what you've got? How well is that PC actually working? We've compiled a list of 21 programs that are great for analyzing or benchmarking your devices.
The latest version of the browser does a lot to protect users
Google Workspace reflects changing nature of productivity
It also killed battery life and performance
Academics believe the enhancements are "nonsense"
Mobile apps govern our lives more than ever
Doing so will entitle you to GOG's 30-day refund policy
Proactively fix security flaws before reaching v1.0
Coming soon to Windows Insiders
Live listening is okay, but recording is not, so this app keeps the background music separated from the stream
Android device owners beware
But it's not clear how
Learn with the versatility and ease of use of Python
The leak appears to be genuine, though Microsoft has yet to confirm
Great news for Office 2019 fans
One malicious photo can open up your phone to hackers
PDFs finally make sense on smaller screens
Devs will need to use third-party payment processors moving forward
The world of work, particularly office-focused work, has clearly been changed
Get the new Edge browser without borking your PC
Can it regain the productivity crown?
Software ray tracing runs on Xbox One X, PlayStation 4 Pro, and AMD GPUs
Microsoft fixes one thing while borking another, again