Is your Windows 11 Task Manager the wrong color? You’re not alone.

What you need to know A preview update for Windows 11 includes a bug that can cause the Task Manager to appear the wrong color, which makes text unreadable. The issue shows up after installing the KB5020044 update that rolled out in preview on November 29, 2022. Microsoft shared steps to mitigate the problem and […]

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Bungie just broke Destiny 2 on Steam Deck (if you’re on Windows)

What you need to know Bungie appears to have blocked Destiny 2 from running on Steam Deck even when the handheld is running Windows. Destiny 2 and some other popular titles do not work on Steam Deck when it’s running SteamOS 3, leading some to install Windows on the device. That no longer seems to […]

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Weekly poll: if you’re looking for a mid-ranger, will you buy the Realme 10?

The Realme 10 was made official earlier this week and if you haven’t already, you should read our review (or watch our video review). If you’re in the market for a mid-ranger, is this one to get? Or did Realme drop the ball? Being a mid-ranger, the Realme 10 had a limited budget for hardware. […]

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Valve’s Steam Deck dock is available for reservation if you’re fast enough

What you need to know The official dock for Valve’s handheld Steam Deck console is now available for reservations from the official website or Steam app. It’s priced at $89, with reservations operating in the same manner as the Steam Deck console. Originally announced alongside the Steam Deck, the dock was delayed due to manufacturing […]

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You can now edit your tweets if you’re a Twitter Blue subscriber

Over the course of last month, Twitter internally tested a function that would let you edit tweets, and today this is finally live, but there is some small print. First off, you can only edit your tweets if you’re a subscriber to Twitter Blue. That much was known from the first time the company teased […]

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AirPods Pro 2: Six New Features If You’re Upgrading

The new second-generation AirPods Pro will begin arriving to customers on Friday, September 23. For customers still using the first-generation ‌AirPods Pro‌ or older AirPods models, there are several new features and changes you can look forward to using. We’ve outlined six new significant features, changes, and improvements that the new second-generation ‌AirPods Pro‌ offer […]

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What to Ask Your Doctor If You’re Getting Medical Tech Implanted

Three years ago, I walked from my office in a hospital to meet my boss, a neurosurgeon. On the way, I felt my entire body slow down. After two minutes, I felt something “off” and I turned around to go back. After three steps, I crumpled to my knees to keep from falling and lay […]

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It’s time to update if you’re still on Windows 10 version 20H2

It’s time to update your PC if you’re still running the Windows 10 October 2020 Update. The update, also known as Windows 10 version 20H2 has officially reached its end of service, meaning it will no longer receive security updates. The OS version should receive its final update today and then reach its end of […]

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Grab this amazing Galaxy A53 5G deal from Verizon if you’re in the US

It hasn’t been long since Samsung launched the Galaxy A33, Galaxy A53, and the Galaxy A73, and the phones have already started getting pretty good discounts. The Galaxy A53 5G is getting a handsome discount in the US on Verizon’s network. The US network carrier is offering a $140 discount on the Galaxy A53 5G […]

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Are you sure you’re getting all the security updates on your Galaxy phone?

Apart from regular Android OS updates, Samsung consistently releases new security patches to its Galaxy smartphones and tablets. These security patches keep devices safe and secure and make sure that attackers can’t have access to user data. But there’s one more way you can keep your device secured. You can separately install Google Play system […]

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Review: Anker’s 535 Portable Power Station Keeps Your Devices Running While You’re Off the Grid

At CES earlier this year, Anker introduced the 535 Portable Power Station, the latest entrant in its PowerHouse lineup of large portable batteries for supporting electronic devices while camping, during power outages, and in other situations where you’re off the grid. I’ve had a bit of time to test out the $500 Anker 535, and […]

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Our Galaxy S22+ video review has all the answers you’re looking for

It’s an exciting time to be a Samsung fan. The company has launched its new Galaxy S22 series and there’s a lot of demand for the trio. The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra are the hottest smartphones on the market right now. If you’ve been thinking about buying one, you’d definitely be […]

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The laptops to get right now if you’re a streamer

Source: Windows Central Best laptops for streamers Windows Central 2022 Streaming is more popular than ever, and whether it’s Twitch, YouTube, Trovo, Facebook, or somewhere else entirely, one thing is a staple of a good stream. You have to have a decent PC to encode it and to hook up your webcam and microphone. Fortunately, […]

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