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Windows 10 Insider Previews: A guide to the builds

Get the latest info on new preview builds of Windows 10 as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for Windows 10 Build 19044.1806 for the Release Preview Channel, released on June 24, 2022.

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How Apple plans to dent reality in the next 12 months

Apple is preparing its late 2022/early 2023 product salvo. What might this mean for your business?

Chromebook Calendar App

The killer calendar app your Chromebook's been missing

Got Chrome OS? Get ready for a massive productivity upgrade.

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How Apple improved enterprise deployments at WWDC

Apple announced dozens of enhancements for enterprise users and IT admins at its developer conference last week. Here are the most noteworthy ones we have identified so far.

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WWDC 22: What Apple's big plans mean for business

From major changes to iPadOS to tweaks and updates to iOS 16 and macOs Ventura — and even new laptops — here's a look at some of the changes Apple unveiled Monday that could most affect business.

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WWDC: Is Apple preparing to give iPad a mammoth upgrade?

iPad users have long clamored for changes to iPadOS that would allow them to better multi-task on their devices. Could that be among the announcements coming at Apple's big developer event?

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Android 13's dueling identities

What's Android 13 actually all about? It's an unusually complicated question — with a surprisingly simple answer.

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We already know how Apple will prosper in uncertainty

When the going gets tough, what do the tough do? We already know what Apple will do....

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Apple’s self-repair program is bad for consumers, but might work well for IT

Apple has changed its self-repair program and has gone out of its way to make the program a horrible option for its intended audience: consumers. But it might make a lot of sense for enterprise IT wanting to do iOS device repairs.

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Apple improves enterprise training to meet growing demand

Apple has completely redesigned its professional training and certifications for IT support and management to help build the skills base a fast-growing number of enterprises now need.

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Google's potentially pivotal Pixel Tablet curveball

Android tablets are making a comeback — and if Google's Pixel Tablet plans are any indication, the future of the form could have some intriguing surprises.

Chromebooks: Desktops you can trust to be there

When a PC goes south, there’s often little you can do to get back to work. With a Chromebook, if one fails, you just get another one, and you’re back in business.

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Apple's Mac shortage is a big red flag for enterprise IT

Apple’s supply and logistics problems reflect a wider set of challenges as enterprise and education upgrade season begins.

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Want a good Windows experience? Focus first on hardware

There are a variety of versions of Windows 10 and 11 available, and picking the right one depends on your security needs. But first, don’t skimp on hardware.

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3 invisible reasons to get excited about Android 13

Android 13's first beta release may seem subtle, but don't be fooled: This latest update has oodles of interesting elements — if you know where to look.

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Printer setup problems? There’s got to be a better way.

It’s not always easy to get a printer connected to your network and working reliably. So why are printer makers complicating things now by requiring smartphone apps to even get started?

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Review: Logitech’s Lift vertical mouse helps control RSI

Logitech’s latest ergonomic device may help manage or prevent injuries that affect one in 50 employees.

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Apple plots a Mac revolution in interesting times

Apple's teams have plotted a path that makes Macs more than relevant all over again, but this revolution comes in the middle of very challenging times.

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