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Desktop-Killing GIGABYTE P37X Gaming Laptop with GTX 980M


For the longest time, I led a laptop-only computing experience. I had a docking station at the home office that was connected to an external monitor, mouse, keyboard and some other peripherals, but having a notebook meant I could go anywhere and do anything... except my laptop was sluggish, slow and underpowered. If you want to have some real gaming …

Still on Windows XP? Microsoft Will Still Support It (But It Will Cost You!)


In April of 2014, Microsoft officially retired Windows XP. But for corporations that still use the operating system for any number of reasons, Microsoft still offered the ability for companies to extend their service agreements through what they called a "Custom Service Agreement" (CSA). This CSA provides security updates to the OS, on a firm by firm basis, with contracts …

Every Current GPU at Every Budget Comparison Tested


The GPU market seems to always be moving. With new products and new drivers showing up, performance can ebb and flow. PC World decided to freeze time, and test every current AMD or NVIDIA GPU in a marathon flurry of testing, giving us a snap shot, of how every GPU performs compared to one another today.

PC World writer Brad …

Windows 10 Ends Auto Update Restart Anger


Windows 8 isn't perfect, but it got better with Windows 8.1. It sure would be a lot more perfect if it supported only a limited amount of hardware, versus pretty much every piece of hardware, but it wouldn't be Windows. It wouldn't be the heart and soul of every PC DIY build where one wants the most choice in …

Apple OSX and Microsoft Internet Explorer Rank Number One in Vulnerability


Apple likes to be number one. Number one in profits, number one in sales, and now they are number one in the amount of vulnerabilities in both their desktop and mobile OS. I guess when they say that "Mac's don't get viruses" they might be sort of right. Instead, they might be easier to targets for hacks and exploits. Not …