Category Archives: Operating Systems

New Origin EON17-SLX

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The new Origin EON17-SLX can easily replace your desktop computer, because essentially it has the power of a desktop. Origin has opted to put a full desktop chip rather than a quad-core CPU into this laptop. While you get smokin’ gaming speeds, you will also need an extension cord because this baby sucks power. Then […]


Checking iPad Pro Stylus Battery

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Checking the battery on your iPad Pro laptop stylus battery can be inconvenient, but they actually offer an easy way, they just hid it in the Notification Center. Go to the Notification Center. Tap Edit at the bottom of the screen Tap Plus next to Batteries In line with Batteries is a three-line icon. Drag […]


Dell Laptop SSL Certificate Security Problem

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A pre-installed SSL certificate named eDellRoot may allow hackers to reverse engineer the signing key to allow unsafe traffic onto your computer by making it appear legitimate. This is similar to the Lenovo problem earlier this year with the adware program Superfish. So far the security problem has been found on the Inspiron 5000, XPS […]


New Microsoft Surface Book Problems

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Purchasers of the new Microsoft Surface Book have been reporting problems with the computer freezing up while in use. The only fix so far is to shut down the computer. We all know how agonizingly frustrating computer freezes are – all of your work lost and having to be redone. Even with frequent autosaves, there […]


Chrome OS Not Being Phased Out

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When the Wall Street Journal made the announcement last week that the Chrome OS was going to be folded into Android, a lot of people panicked. However, Google has since commented on the statement, making it clear that Chrome OS and Chromebook is not going away. Both systems have their strengths and weaknesses. Google says […]