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Dell Latitude XT2

Today, 12:24 PM

Posted by V.T. Eric Layton in Hardware
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This little guy was bestowed upon me by a friend the other day. It's in excellent condition; is actually running currently with Win Vista. Of course, it will get Slackified pretty soon. ;)

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When will your phone get Android 8.0? A data-driven Oreo upgrade guide

Today, 12:15 PM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

With Google's Android 8.0 Oreorelease now officially out in the wild, the question on everyone's mind is: When will my phone get the upgrade?

It's a common question here in the land o' Android — and unfortunately, it's become a tough one to answer. After years of missed deadlines and broken promises, most Android manufacturers have just stopped making specific commitments altogether. (Hey, that's one way to handle it, right?) And most of 'em, as I've learned from closely tracking upgrade delivery performance since Android's earliest days, do a pretty shoddy job at getting new software into users' hands.

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How to speed up a Mac in 11 tips

Today, 09:27 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

Enterprise, creative or home user —everyone with a Mac should learn a few simple steps they can take to tweak a little more performance from their Apple machine. This short collection provides an essential guide.

1.Update the Mac

It’s possible you haven’t updated your Mac for some time. Each OS update brings a bunch of useful under-the-hood improvements, some of which may boost performance. To access them, you need to upgrade the system on your Mac. Open the App Store, tap Updates and install.

2.Activity Monitor

Take a look at Activity Monitor (Fastest way to open the app? Command-Space>Type Activity Monitor, tap Return). This illustrates how your Mac is running. Look at the CPU and Memory columns to see if you can recognize an application that seems to be demanding a lot from your system. If there is, just quit that app until next time you need it.

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