On Tuesday, Microsoft’s Windows 10 ($145 at Amazon) October 2020 Update began rolling out for all Windows 10 users. Like most fall updates, this one (also known as Windows 10 version 20H2) is focused on refinements instead of major new features, but will include the new , and updates to the Start menu, taskbar and notifications. (If you’re running Windows 7, you can still to get the update, too.)
We’re more dependent on technology than ever before, and along with our smartphones, laptop computers are among the most important (if not the single most important) devices that we use on a daily basis for everything from work to staying connected with friends and family. That’s even more true this year with millions of people now working from home for the first time, and a laptop that’s a bad fit for your personal and professional life will quickly turn into an everyday headache.
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Microsoft’s Windows 10 ($140 at Amazon) October 2020 Update is now available to download for those in the Windows Insider Program, and is expected to roll out widely in — you guessed it — October. The update, also known as Windows 10 version 20H2, includes the new , and updates to the Start menu, taskbar and notifications.
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