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macOS 10.14 Mojave, Boot Camp, Macs: what you need too know

macOS 10.14 Mojave, Boot Camp, Macs: what you need too know

Apple’s latest major update for the macOS is out. Nicknamed “Mojave”, macOS version 10.12 naturally brings a ton of new features, like dark mode, for example. But with every new macOS release, some older Macs may be left behind. So before you hit that update button, you might want to double check first if you’re Mac is invited to the party. More importantly, better double check you won’t have to say goodbye to your Windows dual boot as well.

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This Photoshop CC update is radical, and I can’t wait

This Photoshop CC update is radical, and I can’t wait

Photoshop CC's most magical feature is about to get a big update. That's Content-Aware Fill, and it is easily the most important feature added to the software in the past half-decade. I use this feature constantly - especially when it comes to editing photos of gear for review. (Gotta get that dust and hair out of there before it hits the home screen.) Now it's getting much, much more versatile.

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Microsoft’s next big Surface event is on October 2nd

Microsoft’s next big Surface event is on October 2nd

Microsoft will hold an event on October 2 in New York City, the company has announced today, where we're expecting to see updated Surface devices and more. Confirmed with the tagging "A moment of your time," the event will be sandwiched in-between Apple's 2018 iPhone unveiling a week prior, and Google's big Pixel 3 reveal the following week.

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Windows 10 October 2018 Update gives ‘Redstone 5’ a name and release date

Windows 10 October 2018 Update gives ‘Redstone 5’ a name and release date

Microsoft has confirmed that the next Windows 10 feature update will launch as the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, and if the name didn't give it away it will be landing on your PC in just a couple of months time. Latest of Microsoft's feature packs for its OS, it'll include a number of new additions, including the cross-platform Cloud Clipboard.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme detailed with discrete graphics

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme detailed with discrete graphics

Lenovo's given the ThinkPad X1 a super-charged moment with the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, with included discrete graphics. This machine has an Intel CFL-H series CPU inside with up to 6 cores and up to 64GB memory. This laptop comes with a body quite similar to its predecessor, coming with a cool four layers of reinforced carbon fiber up top - it's far less bustable than most.

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Lenovo Yoga C630 gets 25hrs from Windows on Snapdragon 850

Lenovo Yoga C630 gets 25hrs from Windows on Snapdragon 850

Lenovo has revealed a new Windows on Snapdragon notebook, the Lenovo Yoga C630, its first always-on, always-connected Yoga convertible and the first to use the Snapdragon 850. Revealed at IFA 2018 today, the 13.3-inch ultraportable promises the potential of more than 25 hours of battery life, more than enough to get you through a full day.

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Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin X91 Mega Man 11 Edition retro controller arrives October 2

Hyperkin has taken the wraps off a new Mega Man 11 version of its X91 retro gaming controller. The edition has the same iconic blue color as franchise character's outfit, as well as the character itself, a colorful joystick, and the Xbox logo. The model is only available for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs; though it won't be available until October 2, fans can purchase one now.

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Windows 95 released as an app: Download out now

Windows 95 released as an app: Download out now

The 1990s were a wacky and wild time, thanks in part the rise of the internet and the widespread adoption of personal computers. Anyone who was around in the mid-90s will remember just how big of a release Windows 95 was, with people lining up at stores to buy a copy of the OS and Microsoft launching a multi-million dollar advertising campaign that included recruiting Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry to make a ridiculous instructional video. Windows 95 was a big deal at the time, and it seems silly to think of people having that kind of reaction to a new operating system these days.

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Microsoft OneDrive adds automatic folder backup for desktop and more

Microsoft OneDrive adds automatic folder backup for desktop and more

Microsoft has updated its OneDrive cloud storage service with new auto-backup options, making it easier for users to make sure all of their content is safety stored with as little effort as possible. Microsoft calls the feature Folder Protection, offering a Windows 10 prompt that instructs users on how to setup that automatic backups. Desktop, Documents, and Pictures are all options.

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Windows 10 app makes Android photo transfer magic

Windows 10 app makes Android photo transfer magic

There's an app out for all users right this minute from Microsoft called "Your Phone." This app allows the user to get photos snapped on a phone over to their PC with the greatest of ease. The fact that this app even has to exist should be fairly embarrassing for someone in the smartphone development process ... but so far nobody's stepped forward in shame.

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Chromebooks dual-booting Windows 10 is a terrible idea

Chromebooks dual-booting Windows 10 is a terrible idea

After years of being ignored, if not ridiculed, Chromebooks are slowly becoming more interesting and more appealing. Chrome OS, combined with Android and Linux, is transforming into a platform that can make both Microsoft and Apple worry. All of that, however, might be for naught. Because come October, Chromebooks might be declared dead or at least on their way to becoming pointless. And that will be thanks to an admittedly appealing feature that will be introduced by none other than Google itself.

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Chromebook Campfire could make or break Chrome OS with Windows 10

Chromebook Campfire could make or break Chrome OS with Windows 10

There's an "Alt OS mode" coming to Chrome OS on Chromebooks, and it seems that it'll be activated soon. In the code mix is the name Campfire, what can only be described as a clever call-out to Apple computers' Boot Camp. That part of an Apple Computer allows the user to run Windows if they do so choose - making the MacBook appear to be the dominant figure in the relationship. Now Google's considering the same thing, but for Chrome OS.

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