The best free password manager and generator 2018

With passwords, plenty of people are tempted to use the same password for everything. And while this makes it easy to remember your logins, it leaves you vulnerable to attack if even one of your accounts is compromised. Then again, using a different password for dozens of accounts can make it hard to keep track of all the disparate logins. There is a solution to both of these issues, thankfully – the best free password managers can make your life

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The best gaming mouse deals in February 2018

Proper gaming mouse deals can be the difference between saving money and spending unnecessarily, just like the best gaming mouse can be the difference between winning and losing.We’re going to help you win at finding cheap gaming mouse prices right now, for the month of February 2018. This is the one computer accessory you won’t  overspend on today.Take control: here are the best gaming mouse deals, according to our research.Whether you seek a mouse to make you a more reliable

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Wi-Fi is finally rolling out across British Airways planes

Well, it got there in the end – years after Wi-Fi started appearing on flights operated by US airlines, it’s now officially coming to the British Airways fleet as well. You’re going to have to be lucky to find it at the moment though, as it’s only up and running on three planes.That number will rise to 118 long-haul aircraft over the next two years, BA says, so maybe don’t delete your Netflix downloads just yet. Apparently passengers will get

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How to Recover From a Bad GPU Driver Update

NVIDIA and AMD send out new drivers for their current graphics cards at roughly monthly intervals. These often improve performance, especially on the latest AAA games…except when they don’t.On occasion, a GPU driver will actually cause a big performance hit instead, sometimes coming along with game crashes or even complete shutdowns. One such update actually totaled a Windows installation and I had to completely reset my PC.What’s to be done when the latest driver doesn’t play nice with your game

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Thanks to Bitcoin, Buying a PC Is Better Than Building One (for Now)

High-end graphics cards are in super high demand right now. Not because of a sudden bloom of PC gamers, but because they’re the most efficient way of adding number-crunching power to cryptocurrency mining “rigs.” This makes building a PC very, very expensive.Would-be millionaires are snatching up huge numbers of consumer-grade GPUs and cramming them into custom-built PCs that use blockchain software to “make” currencies like Bitcoin and Litecoin. As a result, graphics cards are thin on the ground, and retailers are

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What Are “Right to Repair” Laws, and What Do They Mean for You?

Ever wonder why it’s so difficult to repair a smartphone, computer, or game console yourself? It’s no accident: companies make them that way. But thanks to “Right to Repair” legislation, it could get a lot easier to tinker with your electronic toys.Many manufacturers don’t want their customers to be able to repair their devices themselves or take them to local shops to get them fixed there. Instead, they would rather have you pay them to repair your devices, often at

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What’s the Difference Between Microsoft Office for Windows and macOS?

The Windows version of Microsoft Office has always been the gold standard for office suites, as far as features are concerned. Office exists on other platforms too, like the Mac—but those versions are missing some products and features.Microsoft recently announced a big update to Office 2016 for Mac. Check out that link for a detailed list of updates, but the big stuff includes bringing some long overdue features to the macOS version, like collaborative real-time editing, automatic saving of documents

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