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Google has launched Chrome OS Flex, a new way of turning your older PC into a Chromebook running Chrome OS. It's a free way of recycling an old PC, though it comes with a number of caveats.
Optus has added MasterClass to its SubHub subscription management platform.
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An Android developer testing the developer preview of Android 13 shows off how it can boot Windows 11 in a virtual machine, closing the circle as Android apps prepare to launch on Windows 11.
Sweden-based OVPN is an excellent choice for speed and privacy. Read our review for more details.
Microsoft Defender Preview is now live for both Windows PCs and Android phones, offering a clean, organised way to protect your devices against malware and phishing attempts.
Demand for new and used cars is crazy right now, and Microsoft's Bing has launched Autos Marketplace to help you buy a new car online and sell your old car, too.
Microsoft said Monday that it will block users from downloading untrusted Office macros authored in Visual Basic (VBA) that can be used as a way to inject malware into your computer.
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