Get rid of unused programs and apps As a general rule, a clean machine is a fast machine, and so there’s no good reason to keep any programs and apps you don’t use. For optimal performance, delete any trial or limited-edition software, along with anything else you’re never going to use. This is the only way to ensure unneeded applications aren’t running processes in the background that take up processor time. To uninstall programs, search Cortana for Control Panel, then choose Programs > Program Features to get to the uninstall tools. Then just click on the program you want to uninstall and choose the Uninstall option. … [Read more...] about How to speed up Windows
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Performance, battery life, and charging It should come as no surprise that the Note 20 performs better with day-to-day tasks than the Note 10 — just not by much. The former has a Snapdragon 865 Plus or Exynos 990 processor, depending on where you buy it. Both chipsets bring improved CPU and GPU performance versus the year-old Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9825 found on the Note 10. Even then, the 8GB of RAM on both devices is sufficient enough to power you through any app or game. You also get an ample amount of internal storage with 256GB on either Note — a great size for phones that lack Micro SD card support. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Galaxy Note 10: A noteworthy upgrade?
As far as 2019 offerings go, there are actually five 10th-generation Galaxy devices for buyers to choose from: The Galaxy S10, the larger S10 Plus, the budget-minded S10e, the Note 10, and the Note 10 Plus (the Galaxy Note 10 series are still the newest Notes you can buy at the moment, although we may see new Note models released sometime later this year). They’re all great, although the Galaxy S10e is the best value of the bunch while the Note 10 Plus could be our favorite overall. Your best bet when looking for a deal on new releases like these is to take advantage of the carrier offers below, but if you don’t mind last-gen stuff, you can also find great deals on carrier-unlocked models like the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Note 9, and similar 2017 and 2018 flagships. … [Read more...] about Best smartphone deals for August 2020: iPhone, Samsung, and Google Pixel
“As an industry, we can price things whatever we want to price them, and the customer will decide what the right price is for them,” Spencer said. “I’m not negative on people setting a new price point for games because I know everybody’s going to drive their own decisions based on their own business needs. But gamers have more choice today than they ever have. In the end, I know the customer is in control of the price that they pay, and I trust that system.” … [Read more...] about Take-Two says next-generation game price hikes won’t be universal
You can access your device’s apps by clicking the app symbol — nine dots arranged in a three-by-three square — in the bottom-left corner. From there, you can run any of your device’s apps, though they won’t stretch to cover your screen if they’re not optimized to work with DeX. Samsung offers a variety of DeX-optimized apps in its Galaxy Store, which you can access from the top of the app drawer. If there’s no optimized version of your app, there’s a rotate option in the top-right of the app window that will turn it to landscape orientation. Just like a computer or laptop, you can add certain apps to your desktop for easy access, or right-click an open app to pin it to the taskbar. … [Read more...] about How to use Samsung’s PC-emulating DeX mode on Galaxy smartphones