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We deep dive into Skylake’s 48 new CPUs, compare best browsers of 2015, and share our best Windows 10 tips and tricks. Plus, read our reviews on the AMD Radeon R9 Nano and 380.
• Best Browsers of 2015: We’ve tested the top browsers—Google Chrome, Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera—against a variety of simulated and real-world tests, and picked a winner.
• The best tips, tricks and tweeks: Windows 10 is chock full of handy, hidden new features worth exploring.
• Tips and tricks: 20 must-know keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10.
• AMD Radeon R9 Nano: A powerful taste of the PC’s incredible shrinking future.
• Here's How: 4 ways to turn of annoying notifcations on your Android phone or iPhone
• Watch: A new Intel chip that self destructs on command. Mark Hachman goes hands-on with the Lenovo Miix ideapad and also takes a look at a connected electric razor.
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