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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

Added: 17.01.2018 11:11 | 1 views | 0 comments


A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC’s kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords, cryptographic keys, personal photos and email, or anything else you’ve used on your computer. These are serious flaws. Fortunately, CPU and operating system vendors pushed out patches fast, and you can protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre to some degree.
It’s not a quick one-and-done deal, though. They’re two very different CPU flaws that touch every part of your operating system, from hardware to software to the operating system itself. Check out PCWorld’s for everything you need to know about the vulnerabilities themselves. We’ve cut through the technical jargon to explain what you need to know in clear, easy-to-read language. We’ve also created an overview of .

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PCWorld's January Digital Magazine: Laptop Revolution

Added: 12.01.2018 0:16 | 4 views | 0 comments


Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Edition. Available as single copies or as a yearlong subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Edition for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers.In the January issue
This issue we take a first look at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon PCs which push battery life over performance. We also review the Dell XPS 13 (2017): a great laptop made even greater with Intel’s 8th-gen CPU.
Other highlights include:
  • News: Titan V revealed: Nvidia's monstrous Volta GPU finally comes to PCs
  • Surface Book 2 review: The ultimate laptop improves in every way but one
  • Alienware 15 Review: It's built like a tank you can actually carry
  • Here's How: Five hidden features of Android 8.0 Oreo you should be using

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Watch: The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is the kind of flagship phone you’d expect from Samsung and Google, packed with premium features, and oozing power. While it will no doubt struggle to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note 8 and Google Pixel 2 XL once it releases in the U.S. (mainly due to a lack of carrier support), Huawei has nonetheless proven that it’s worthy of its No. 2 position on the smartphone charts. 

Anker's Twin USB High Speed Car Phone Charger Is Just $8.99 Right Now

Added: 10.01.2018 14:58 | 2 views | 0 comments


The PowerDrive 2 Elite from Anker is super compact, and can simultaneously charge 2 devices with the fastest possible charge of up to 2.4 amps per port. A soft blue LED light makes it easier to navigate in the dark. 10 safety mechanisms are built in to protect your devices from surge and temperature fluctuations, and an 18-month warranty is included for additional peace of mind.
We haven't personally reviewed this model, but our PCWorld team recently test drove the beefier PowerDrive Speed 2 model and found that it delivered on its promises (See: "").

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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

Added: 09.01.2018 14:31 | 2 views | 0 comments


A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC’s kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords, cryptographic keys, personal photos and email, or anything else you’ve used on your computer. It’s a serious flaw. Fortunately, CPU and operating system vendors pushed out patches fast, and you can protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre to some degree.
It’s not a quick one-and-done deal, though. They’re two very different CPU flaws that touch every part of your operating system, from hardware to software to the operating system itself. Check out PCWorld’s for everything you need to know about the vulnerabilities themselves. We’ve cut through the technical jargon to explain what you need to know in clear, easy-to-read language. We’ve also created an overview of .

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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

Added: 04.01.2018 21:57 | 1 views | 0 comments


A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC’s kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords, cryptographic keys, personal photos and email, or anything else you’ve used on your computer. It’s a serious flaw. Fortunately, CPU and operating system vendors pushed out patches fast, and you can protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre to some degree.
It’s not a quick one-and-done deal, though. They’re two very different CPU flaws that touch every part of your operating system, from hardware to software to the operating system itself. Check out PCWorld’s for everything you need to know about the vulnerabilities themselves. We’ve cut through the technical jargon to explain what you need to know in clear, easy-to-read language. We've also created an overview of .

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Machine Learning A-Z: Coding Python & R for $11

Added: 04.01.2018 1:11 | 4 views | 0 comments

Udemy offers the Machine Learning A-Z: Hands-On Python & R In Data Science Course for $15. Coupon code "PCWORLDOCT2017" cuts it to $10. (The coupon may apply automatically.) That's tied with last week's mention, $190 off, and the lowest price we could find. It includes 40.5 hours of video and code templates for working with Python and R.
Update: The coupon has expired; however, the price has dropped to $10.99.

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The new PC games we're excited for in 2018

Added: 01.01.2018 11:00 | 0 views | 0 comments


Say what you will about 2017, it was one hell of a year for video games. PCWorld's annual and the accompanying list of the were packed to the rafters this time, and there were even more superb games waiting in the wings. The most anticipated PC games of 2018 have a lot to live up to.
But you know what? They just might. There are already quite a few cool games on the horizon, be they games that meant to release in 2018 or games that slipped out of 2017 by accident. Monster Hunter finally comes to PC, Far Cry 5 finally goes to Montana, and Star Citizen—ha, just kidding. Star Citizen isn't releasing in 2018. Probably.

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The Python Bible Online Course for $10

Added: 27.12.2017 8:13 | 4 views | 0 comments

Udemy offers The Python Bible: Everything You Need to Program in Python Online Course for $48. In-cart that falls to $10. (You may need to apply coupon code "PCWORLDOCT2017" to see this price.) That's $185 off list and tied with our mention from three weeks ago as the lowest price we could find. You'll be instructed in building 11 Python 3 projects. The course includes lifetime access to nine hours of on-demand video content.

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Udemy Online Courses After Christmas Sale from $10

Added: 26.12.2017 20:10 | 2 views | 0 comments

Udemy discounts over 55,000 of its online courses, with prices starting at $30 as part of its After Christmas Sale. Coupon code "PCWORLDOCT2017" drops most to $10. That's a savings of up to $190 per course. Subjects include web development, business, coding, graphic design, and music.

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Udemy Online Courses After Christmas Sale from $10

Added: 26.12.2017 17:24 | 4 views | 0 comments

Udemy discounts over 55,000 of its online courses, with prices starting at $30 as part of its After Christmas Sale. Coupon code "PCWORLDOCT2017" drops most to $10. That's a savings of up to $190 per course. Subjects include web development, business, coding, graphic design, and music.

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