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  1. Pregătit și în versiune 5G, Galaxy A52 ar putea deveni unul dinte cele mai bine vândute telefoane Samsung. Apărut în ofertele magazinelor europene în luna decembrie 2019, cu prețul de 280 euro, Samsung Galaxy A51 a reușit să devanseze în timp record principalii competitori, livrările cumulate reprezentând 2.3% din totalul vânzărilor de telefoane cu Android realizate la nivel global. Deși nu pare mult, trebuie avut în vedere faptul că ne raportăm la întreaga piață smartphone și nu o regiune geografică sau nișă restrânsă. Acționând după principiul ”nu strica ceea ce funcționează deja”, Samsung a păstrat pentru succesorul Galaxy A52 un design exterior aproape neschimbat, lucrând în schimb la îmbunătățirea dotărilor oferite. Noul smartphone vine într-o carcasă cu dimensiuni 159.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm, grosimea ajungând la 10 mm în dreptul camerei foto. Cu 1 mm mai lung, 1.5 mm mai lat și 0.3mm mai subțire, A52 prezintă aceleași finisaje din plastic la partea din spate, încadrate cu o ramă metalică. Imaginile de prezentare neoficiale par să confirme păstrarea conectorului pentru căști de tip jack 3.5mm. Ecranul AMOLED de 6.5 inch păstrează rezoluția FHD+ și bine cu senzor de amprentă integrat. Camera frontală este acomodată sub ecran, perforația rămânând în aceeași locație centru-sus. La partea din spate, camera principală apare cu o organizare ușor modificată a celor patru senzori optici, în sensul că senzorul de profunzime apare deasupra blitz-ului LED. Din păcate, rezoluțiile folosite nu sunt cunoscute, deocamdată. Presupunând că Samsung oferă o configurație similară versiunii 5G, Galaxy A52 ar trebui să vină echipat cu 6GB memorie RAM, 128GB stocare internă și un chipset cu performanțe de nivel mid-range. Sursa - Go4IT
  2. După ce mai întâi a ridiculizat decizia Apple de a livra iPhone 12 fără încărcător și căști audio în pachetul cu accesorii, Samsung tocmai a eliminat pachetul cu accesorii Galaxy S21. Informația este confirmată cu documente oficiale. Luată cu pretextul diminuării risipei de materii prime și reducerea amprentei de carbon, decizia Apple pentru renunțarea la pachetul cu accesorii iPhone nu a primit doar aprecieri pozitive, existând voci care acuză intenții ascunde din partea companiei americane. Coincidență sau nu, vânzările de accesorii opționale cum ar fi adaptoare pentru alimentare wireless și căști wireless au crescut în ultimele luni. Recunoscând potențialul unei astfel de mișcări, Samsung a făcut uitată campania mediatică purtată împotriva rivalului Apple, renunțând tacit la pachetul cu accesorii Galaxy S21. Samsung a scos căștile și adaptorul AC din pachetul cu accesorii Galaxy S21 Se zvonea încă din vară că Samsung pregătește o mișcare similară: să scoată accesoriile din cutia următoarelor modele Galaxy. Acelea erau însă doar zvonuri, care nu s-au concretizat odată cu lansarea seriei Galaxy Note20. Ce am văzut însă în cazul Note20 a fost faptul că Samsung oferă accesorii diferite, în funcție de regiune. Unii utilizatori primesc o husă de protecție și folie pe ecran, în timp ce alții nu primesc aceleași „bonusuri”. Pe lista accesoriilor scoase din pachet intră și căștile AKG, destul de apreciate printre utilizatorii mai puțin deranjați de conexiunea cu fir. Deși vor fi primele telefoane importante din 2021, cele din seria Galaxy S21 probabil că nu vor fi singurele livrate fără pachet de accesorii incluse. Mai ales la gama high-end, probabilitatea ca și alți producători smartphone să ia exemplul Apple și Samsung sunt destul de mari. Totuși, apar semne că măsura ar putea fi blocată în anumite regiuni ale lumii, autoritățile considerând-o îndreptată împotriva intereselor consumatorilor. Spre exemplu, autoritatea pentru protecția consumatorilor din Brazilia a obligat deja Apple să includă adaptorul AC în pachetul cu accesorii iPhone 12, luarea unei decizii similare și în cazul Samsung fiind predictibilă. Sursa - Go4IT
  3. Zvonurile din ultima vreme au fost adevarate. Galaxy S21 vine cu S-Pen, ceea ce inseamna ca seria Note se apropie de finalul carierei asa cum am discutat intr-un articol anterior. TM Roh, Presedintele diviziei mobile de la Samsung, a anuntat intr-o postare pe blogul personal ca seria Note se schimba, iar telefoanele pliabile vor deveni mai accesibile de anul acesta. Postarea oficiala suna cam asa si trebuie sa o cititi printre randuri. Thank you to everyone who supported us in 2020. I look forward to sharing more in January! We’ve also been paying attention to people’s favorite aspects of the Galaxy Note experience and are excited to add some of its most well-loved features to other devices in our lineup.” We’ll be expanding our portfolio of foldables. Chiar daca nu o spune verde-n fata declaratia este cat se poate de clara. Seria Note se schimba, seria Galaxy S se schimba, iar push-ul va fi pe telefoanele pliabile. Anul acesta vom vedea cel putin 4 telefoane pliabile noi de la Samsung si cel putin unul dintre ele va fi destul de accesibil. Sursa: ArenaIT
  4. Android One primeste un nou telefon in segmentul sub 200 euro. Este vorba despre Nokia 5.4, care dupa specificatiile tehnice si pret pare un rival pentru Poco M3. Procesorul folosit este acelasi ca in cazul lui Poco M3, un Snapdragon 662. Alaturi de acesta avem 4GB RAM si doua variante de stocare: 64GB sau 128GB si slot card SD disponibil. Ecranul este un HD+ de tip IPS LCD cu o diagonala de 6.39 inch si un hole-punch in coltul stanga sus pentru camera de selfie-uri de 16MP. Pe spate avem standard o camera foto cvadrupla: un senzor de 48MP pentru fotografia principala, unul de 5MP ultra-wide si 2 senzori de 2MP pentru macro si adancime. Senzorul de amprenta este fizic, pozitionat pe spatele telefonului, iar capacitatea bateriei este de 4000 mAh si incarcare la 10W. Acesta este lansat in mod surprinzator cu Android 10, iar pretul este de 189 euro. Sursa ArenaIT
  5. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti brings the entry price for Ampere GPUs down to $400, because apparently the GeForce RTX 3070, GeForce RTX 3080, and GeForce RTX 3090 weren't selling out fast enough. Maybe that's not fair, but round four of the Nvidia Ampere architecture seems destined to repeat recent history and sell out within minutes of launch. The fact that this is now the best price to performance ratio in GPU land makes it one of the best graphics cards, and it currently occupies seventh place on our GPU Benchmarks hierarchy, not counting any Titan cards. Maybe if you've been really good (or you're really lucky), you'll be able to procure one this side of 2021. [Update: Yup, the RTX 3060 Ti sold out fast. Here's our advice on how to buy an RTX 3060 Ti (or other new Nvidia GPU).] Not a whole lot has changed relative to the RTX 3070. Both the RTX 3060 Ti and 3070 use the same GA104 GPU, but the 3060 Ti has fewer functional units enabled. You get the same 8GB of GDDR6 memory, clocked at the same 14Gbps. Meanwhile, the GPU core has 38 SMs enabled, versus 46 SMs on the 3070, making the 3060 Ti theoretically around 17 percent slower. Clock speeds also factor in a bit, as the boost clock on the 3060 Ti is 3.5 percent lower, so in general, the largest performance gap will be about 20 percent — and as we'll see, it's often quite a bit less than that. The specs tell the same story relative to the previous generation Nvidia Turing GPUs. The 3060 Ti has quite a bit more theoretical compute performance than the RTX 2080 Super, and more than doubles the compute performance relative to the RTX 2060 Super. We know GPU prices are all kinds of screwed up right now, but it's worth remembering that the 2060 Super had the same official $399 price as the 3060 Ti. Power requirements are slightly higher than the 2060 Super, but lower than the 2080 Super. Of course, theoretical specs don't always jive with real-world performance. One of the big changes with Ampere is that the INT32 cores can now do FP32 calculations as well. However, there's a decent amount of INT32 work in most games, so a good chunk of the potential FP32 performance is used up elsewhere. Still, with the other architectural changes, we expect the 3060 Ti to perform roughly on par with the 2080 Super, which means it will also be significantly faster than the 2060 Super. I didn't have good luck with the MSI Afterburner frequency scanner this round — it kept failing after 10-15 minutes or so of testing. That put us back to manually overclocking, which in practice usually means similar results, just with a bit more fiddling. We start by looping the Unigine Heaven 4.0 benchmark in a window at 1440p extreme, then bump up RAM clocks in 250 MHz increments until the GPU crashes or visual anomalies appear. Then we go back to the previous 'safe' level and repeat the same process for GPU clocks, except with 25 MHz increments. We were nearly able to max out the GDDR6 overclock at 16.5-17Gbps, but the EDR feature (Error Detection and Retry) meant performance was actually slower than a lesser RAM OC. Eventually, we stuck with a 1000 MHz overclock on the RAM (the best-case maximum would be in the 1000-1250 MHz range, based on our testing), giving an effective data rate of 16Gbps. For the GPU, 150 MHz was nearly stable but crashed in two tests, so we dropped down to a 140 MHz overclock that completed the full test suite. Besides changing the memory and GPU clocks, we also increased the power limit to the maximum 110 percent and adjusted the fan curve. That last one is critical for maintaining a stable overclock, as sticking with a default fan curve tends to lead to periodic crashes. Basically, we set the fan to a 50 percent minimum and gave it a steady ramp from 50 percent at 40C up to 100 percent at 80C. We could certainly do more tuning, but that was sufficient to keep temperatures in check and still wasn't overly loud. Advertisement Overclocked results are present in our standard benchmark charts, but not in the bonus extended tests or DirectX Raytracing (DXR) suites. We have several AIB 3060 Ti cards we'll be looking at in the future that have factory overclocks, so if you want something a bit more potent than the reference design, stay tuned Sursa:go4it.ro
  6. The EVGA 650 N1 is a low-end PSU with low overall performance, low efficiency, noisy operation, and low-end parts at its internals. It managed to deliver, though, full load at 36 degrees Celsius, and its transient response at 12V is satisfactory, while the hold-up time is longer than what the ATX spec requires. Its build quality is low, and you should be careful not to overload its +12V rail since OCP is not correctly configured. This is definitely not stuff for our best PSU picks article, and you should get a Corsair CX650 or a CV650 instead. If you can pay more, you should also look at the Cooler Master MWE Bronze with similar capacity. The EVGA N1 line consists of three members with capacities ranging from 550W to 750W. These PSUs aim for the mainstream market, so they don't have any modular cables, and according to EVGA, they can deliver full power at a low ambient temperature, 25 degrees Celsius. Typically, high-end PSUs can deliver full power continuously at 50 degrees Celsius. Still, they use higher quality components to achieve this, which cost way more than the parts that EVGA and HEC used for the N1 models. Theoretically speaking, the 650 N1 could handle a strong graphics card like the Nvidia RTX 3070, but I would advise against that since it only has two PCIe connectors installed on the same cable, which uses thin 20AWG gauges. If you have invested a high amount for a good GPU, it's better spend a bit more to get a decent power supply. Getting a PSU based on your leftover money after purchasing all the other system parts is not a wise move All cables are fixed, and the amount of provided connectors is satisfactory, given that this is a mainstream PSU. All cables are long enough, but the distance between all peripheral connectors is short. Moreover, it is a great shame to use thin 20AWG gauges on the PCIe and SATA connectors, while the ATX spec recommends 18AWG, at least. We strongly encourage you to have a look at our PSUs 101 article, which provides valuable information about PSUs and their operation, allowing you to better understand the components we're about to discuss. This is a low-end platform from HEC, using an outdated design. On the primary side, there is an APFC converter, thankfully, and the two pain FETs are installed in double forward topology. On the secondary side, passive rectification is used along with a group regulation scheme where 12V and 5V are tied together, while the 3.3V rail is independently regulated. Group regulation is not recommended for any modern system since it requires a high enough load at 12V and 5V to keep voltages on these rails in control. If the load is unbalanced between the rails, load regulation goes south. The transient filtering stage includes all necessary parts, and it even uses an MOV and a discharge IC. It is a nice surprise to find discharge ICs in such low-end platforms. HEC was wise enough to use two bridge rectifiers in this platform, which are bolted on a heat sink. The APFC converter uses three MagnaChip FETs and one NXP boost diode. These are decent parts, but we cannot say the same for the Teapo bulk cap, which is only rated at 85 degrees Celsius. The primary switching FETs are configured in a double forward topology, which is rarely used nowadays since most manufacturers prefer half-bridge topologies in their mid-capacity PSUs. The only two coils on the secondary side are a clear indication of a group regulation scheme. To make matters even worse, SBRs (Schottky Barrier Diodes) are used to rectify all rails instead of FETs, which are much more efficient. The filtering caps on the secondary side belong to low-end Teapo and Elite lines. This PSU will have a hard time outliving the two-year warranty under higher than 30 degrees Celsius operating temperatures. The standby PWM controller is a Power Integrations TNY279PN, while the secondary rectifier is a PFC PFR10L60CT SBR. The latter is strong enough to handle the 5VSB rail's demands. The supervisor IC is provided by Weltrend and supports all necessary protection features but OTP, which looks to be missing from this platform. Sursa:arenait.ro Soldering quality is satisfactory. Definitely not great, but good enough for this price range. EVGA states that the PSU's fan has a sleeve bearing, but I broke it apart and found an inferior rifle bearing. It is weird that EVGA's marketing team totally missed this.
  7. The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 Laptop is currently on sale at Newegg, and this sale makes the typical price of $1,349.00 drop down to $949.00. This laptop features the AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processor, a full touch screen with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, and a RAM capacity of 16 GB. The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 laptop is currently on sale at Newegg Shell Shocker deals, and this deal takes $400 off the typical price The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 laptop offers some impressive features thanks to the AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processor that this laptop uses. This processor features eight CPU cores and eight CPU threads with a base clock speed of 2.0 GHz and a max boost clock speed of up to 4.1 GHz. This laptop uses the integrated graphics of the AMD Ryzen 7 4700U, and these integrated graphics have a frequency of 1,600 MHz and a Graphics core count of seven cores. This laptop features a 512 GB SSD and a RAM capacity of 16 GB, Perfect for users who use many Google Chrome tabs. The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 laptop features a 15.6" screen size with a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, which offers touch support and even a camera shutter and dedicated microphone mute button. This display features a 360-degree hinge, which allows for various ways to use this laptop, ranging from tent mode to standard laptop mode. This laptop features two USB Type-A ports, a USB Type-C, an SD card reader, and an HDMI 2.0 ports. These ports allow for easy connectivity to various devices, including an external monitor or a wireless mouse. The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 laptop's chassis features a black color scheme perfect for anyone looking for a new laptop for any remote schooling. The back of the screen features the HP logo in reflective material. This laptop uses the operating system of Windows 10 Pro instead of the standard Windows 10 Home. The HP ENVY x360 15z-ee000 laptop is currently on sale at Newegg, and this sale drops the price to $949, which is 30% off the typical price of $1,349. This sale takes 30% off the typical price, equal to $400 off the standard price, making it a perfect candidate for any college or high school students. Sursa:go4it.ro
  8. Courtesy of VideoCardz, we have an early look at the upcoming Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Xtreme motherboard that will launch next week, purportedly alongside Intel's new 11th-Gen Rocket Lake CPUs. We expect to see the full details of Gigabyte's Z590 Aorus Xtreme next week during CES 2021. The new motherboard apparently features several major upgrades, the most significant being the power delivery system. Gigabyte's previous Z490 Aorus Xtreme already had a great power delivery system with 17 phases (16+1 design). This was more than sufficient for overclocking Comet Lake-S CPUs. However, in light of Intel's recent strategy to push sub-ambient cooling to the masses, more power delivery might be needed. Gigabyte apparently increased the Z590's power phases to 21 (20+1 design) to combat the extra power consumption Intel's CPUs can eat up when cooling is no longer a bottleneck. According to the report, the Z590 Xtreme gets a bandwidth jump from three M.2 PCIe Gen 3.0 slots to two M.2 PCIe Gen 4.0 slots and a third Gen 3.0 slot. This goes in line with Rocket Lake being the first CPU architecture from Intel to support the PCIe Gen 4.0 standard fully. compared to previous Z490 boards. Hopefully, we'll know more about this motherboard at CES 2021. We expect this motherboard to release alongside Intel's Rocket Lake processors in the next few months. Sursa:arenait.ro
  9. A recurring theme in the world of hardware and electronic devices in general is the so-called programmed obsolescence, a "phenomenon" whereby devices are programmed to fail as soon as their warranty period expires in order to force users to buy new devices. Is this a reality, or is it more of an urban myth or legend? In this article we are going to delve into the subject to explain it. "Planned obsolescence or planned obsolescence is the scheduling of the end of the useful life of a product so that, after a period of time calculated in advance by the manufacturer during the design phase, it becomes obsolete, non-functional or useless" . This is the definition of planned obsolescence, which essentially tells us that devices are designed to fail when their warranty expires. Is there planned obsolescence? We are going to be direct: this phenomenon is a myth, an urban legend but one that has a lot of foundation and it is normal that suspicions are generated on the part of the user, and then we will explain why. In any case, to begin with, we will tell you that if a device were programmed to fail at a certain time to become unusable and force the user to send it for repair or buy a new one, don't you think the analysts would have already noticed? control unit Imagine, for example, that a PC processor was programmed to fail 2 years after purchase, just as its warranty period expires. With the amount of ethical hackers, security experts and others who analyze their micro code, they would have quickly realized a programming of this type, don't you think? In addition, any electronic component or device can last a very long time regardless of its warranty period, as long as it has been 'treated well' and properly maintained. However, it is not surprising that this urban legend has emerged, as many devices seem prone to failure as soon as their warranty period expires, or at least to malfunction. For example, Apple is one of the companies most accused of programmed obsolescence because after a few generations their devices begin to work very badly, especially in terms of performance, and although it has been seen that this is because new versions of the operating system are optimizing them For the hardware of the latest devices to hit the market, as we say it is not surprising that this sparks the suspicions of consumers. Obsolescence has to do with the warranty Despite the fact that in Europe consumer law establishes that any manufacturer must provide its product with at least 2 years of guarantee, the reality is that when a manufacturer gives a certain guarantee to its product, this period is more than studied. The manufacturer knows its product and its durability well, as well as the potential faults that can be found in them, and based on that it assigns a certain warranty period. For example, it is common for an SSD to have between 3 and 5 years of warranty because the manufacturer has calculated that with intensive use that is its useful life, but we all know that with normal use an SSD lasts many more years. There are power supplies that have a 7, 10 and even 12 year warranty, and that is because the manufacturer is very sure that their product is good and will last that long without fail. However, failures can of course occur before or after this warranty period, and this probability of failure is determined by the Gaussian Bell. Gaussian bell The Gaussian Bell is a mathematical function that, translated into words that we all understand, defines that a device is more prone to failure at the beginning or end of its useful life. That is, when you buy a power supply with a 7-year warranty, when it is most likely to fail is during the first months of use (due to manufacturing defects, for example) or after those 7 years that the manufacturer says, because it is the shelf life that they have previously calculated on their product. With this we want to tell you that it is not that there is a programmed obsolescence that causes the devices to fail when the guarantee expires, but that the guarantees are calculated to know the useful life of the product with intensive use, so that if they fail before In that period, it is most likely that they had a manufacturing defect and obviously the manufacturer will have to take care of correcting the problem, but it is not because they have programmed the device to fail when the warranty ends so that consumers have to buy a new one. Sursa:arenait.ro
  10. You may find this hard to believe, but there aren't many more po[CENSORED]r days of the year that people search Google for the word 'antivirus' than the day after Christmas. Yep, nothing says "yuletide greetings" quite like a solid dose of virus protection, scamming prevention and anti-malware tools! But the reality is that with all the new phones, laptops and other devices that are gratefully received on December 25, come a torrent of more opportunities for cybercriminals to prey on the new owners. To help prevent them and their nefarious ways, we're glad to report that our latest round of antivirus software testing has recently been completed and yet again there's a clear winner - Bitdefender sits at the top of the ever-growing pile. Today's best Bitdefender antivirus deals If you're looking for a basic level of protection for your Windows PC, then Bitdefender Antivirus Plus comes in as a bargain under the $30/£20-mark for the entire year. While only an extra few dollars or pounds will let you get your hands on the all-singing all-dancing Bitdefender Total Security, that gives coverage of up to five devices - thus allowing you to protect your iOS or Android mobiles along with your Windows and Mac computers. We've got a more detailed explanation of each of the brilliant Bitdefender's three antivirus plans below, so you can pick out the most suitable protection for you and your family. And scroll down to learn more about why we rate Bitdefender so highly. Sursa:go4it.ro
  11. I’ve been an exclusive PC gamer for a few years now, and I love it. I initially made the jump from console to PC gaming about two years ago, as more and more of my friends were playing po[CENSORED]r games on PC, rather than on console. Games like Overwatch, Destiny 2, and Borderlands 3 were some of the multiplayer-heavy games that I played with friends, and as I continued to spend less time on my PlayStation 4, I picked up future games for PC only. My current gaming rig is certainly something that shocks a few people. It’s a Zotac Magnus EN1060, which is a delightful compact PC with some pretty decent internals. Sporting an Intel Core i5 processor, 32GB of RAM, 1TB SSD, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, it’s seen me through a lot of my games, though capped at medium quality settings. I opted for this PC because of its tiny footprint – it barely takes up any space on my desk, yet it’s able to drive two of my monitors and has a ton of connectivity options at the back. But as modern games become more demanding, my space-saving setup is becoming less and less adequate at keeping up. What’s further putting a strain on my current PC is the fact that I also use it to stream to Twitch, which in itself is a resource-heavy activity. So games that I usually get around 80-100fps drop down to 40-50fps when I start streaming them. With games like Cyberpunk 2077 pushing the limits of what modern PCs are capable of, it’s time for me to put together a gaming rig that I’m personally content with, and one that I can choose to upgrade later on, should I choose to do so. The beauty of building your own PC is that you can put whatever components you like into it, matching both your budget and your needs. The parts that I’ve chosen for my build reflect what I currently need as well as what is available to me. You should always feel free to shop around for deals if you can, and always make sure that the components you’re buying are compatible with each other, just so you don’t end up with a PC build that doesn’t actually boot up. So with that all out of the way, let’s move on to the actual build: First comes the PC case, where all your components will comfortably sit. Your PC case also (to an extent) governs how much you can upgrade your PC in the future, especially when it comes to being able to fit larger components such as modern GPUs. The case being used here is the Lian Li Lancool II Mesh Performance, which offers an incredible amount of flexibility. In addition to supporting different motherboard sizes, the case also offers a lot of storage options, as well as easy access to almost any component via its side panels. Airflow is another important factor of this case, as you have a number of options available to install fans, radiators, or even water cooling options. I’ll be sticking with the three fans that come with the case, and relocating two of them to the top and one to the rear. To bring everything together, I’m opting for the Biostar B550GTQ motherboard. It’s an affordable, entry-level board that has some great features including supporting up to 128GB of memory, should I ever need such a phenomenal amount of RAM. More importantly, it offers plenty of storage options for M.2 and SSD/HDD drives. As a bonus, it also includes both 5V and 12V LED headers, to control any RGB lighting I add to the case. AMD has certainly being making a buzz about its products recently, and truthfully this will be my very first AMD-powered PC. The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X offers great value for performance and pricing, so it was a straightforward choice. While there are slightly cheaper processors that I could have selected, the Ryzen 7 3700X will be more than sufficient for gaming, streaming, and even tackling the occasional video editing project. Sursa:go4it.ro
  12. Upgrading your PC or building a new one? Buy Windows 10 for the best price possible If you're looking to buy Windows 10, it's likely that you've recently purchased a new laptop, you're looking to upgrade your existing operating system, or you want to install Windows 10 on a Mac. Windows 10 is now the only way to make sure your Windows PC remains secure, as Windows 8 is now considered vulnerable to certain security risks. That means you'll want to upgrade any computers you have still running on the older operating system, and now that the deadline for a free update has passed you'll want to buy Windows 10 for the best price. We're bringing you the best Windows 10 deals going right now so you can save on a critical piece of kit for your computer. Not only does Windows 10 bring the latest necessary security features, but there's also new features like Cortana assistance and faster service as well. So, if you're building a brand new system or you've picked up a cheap laptop deal and want to upgrade an older device, you're going to need to buy Windows 10 again. Don't worry though, because we check the prices of Windows 10 every day to make sure you get the best deals. Why buy Windows 10? You may still be running your computer on Windows 7 or 8, and if so now's the time to buy Windows 10. This isn't just a performance update, Windows 10 brings new features and security settings to your machine that are crucial to getting your work done in today's operating systems. From the ease of the Cortana assistant to the speed boost you'll notice instantly, upgrading your older system to Windows 10 will be well worth your while. Buy Windows 10 Home for the best price The perfect version of Windows for home users Windows 10 Home is the version that most people will need. It's for home use and includes game streaming from Xbox One and other consumer features like Cortana, as well as Windows Hello for logging into your PC via a fingerprint scanner or your face. If Windows 8 was the steepest learning curve imaginable, Windows 10 is like meeting a great friend you once knew again - it's just that they've bought some new clothes of which you really do approve. If you're looking to buy Windows 10 Home today, you'll find some excellent offers to save you some cash below. Sursa:arenait.ro

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