PCWorld's October Digital Magazine: I switched from the iPhone SE to the Pixel 4a
- 09 October, 2020 04:54
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In the October issue
In October, we review the Google Pixel 4a, plus what to expect if you’re switching from an iPhone SE. Find out if your Chromebook is expiring (yes, they really do expire). Read reviews of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Norton 360 Deluxe.
Other highlights include:
- News: Intel launches 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPUs, with blazing-fast clock speeds. Find out when the new laptops will ship. Plus, why the GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 are Nvidia's 'greatest generational leap ever'
- Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 performance preview: The high-end Ryzen laptop we've been waiting for
- Microsoft Flight Simulator: Hands on with Microsoft's breathtaking virtual, real world
- Mullvad vs. NordVPN: Two popular VPNs do battle. We pick the winner
- DIY: How to turn an old laptop into a Chromebook
- Here's How: Struggling with remote school? Find out how Microsoft's Office app helps with schoolwork, PDFs, signatures and more
Watch: With the Windows 10 Fall 2020 Update, Microsoft refines the experience with changes to the taskbar, Edge browser, Start menu and more. PCWorld's Mark Hachman hits the highlights.
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