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Latest Laptops Features

  • Feature: Can you use a Chromebook as your only laptop?

    We used only a Chromebook for one week while completing the kind of everyday tasks that you would assume a laptop could achieve. The results were very interesting, as you'll see in our living with the Chromebook diary. Are Chromebooks worth the money? Read on to find out.

  • Feature: New MacBook Pro with Retina Display and Mac Pro 2013 price in UK

    Apple has announced that it will be updating the MacBook Pro with Retina display laptop and Mac Pro desktop. Here's is where we bring you the official MacBook Pro with Retina Display and Mac Pro price in the UK.

  • Feature: Windows 8.1 release date and new features UK

    Windows 8.1, previously known as Windows Blue, is the first major update for the Windows 8 operating system. Here is the Windows 8.1 release date, new features and price.

  • Feature: Is your PC making you ill?

    Although using a PC can take its toll on your health, most of the risks can easily be prevented. He we provide some practical guidance to keep you healthy while you work on your PC.

  • Feature: Extend your laptop’s battery life

    Here, we share our top tips for squeezing precious extra minutes out of your laptop battery including turning off Wi-Fi and changing Windows power options.

  • Feature: Should I upgrade my PC

    If your PC or laptop is running out of steam, you might be better off upgrading it than buying a new one. We help you decide whether it’s worth investing in more memory, an SSD or even a new processor, and how to go about the upgrade.

  • Feature: Dell Inspiron 15 vs Inspiron 15z

    Pitting Dell's entry-level 15.6in laptop against the top-end Ultrabook.

  • Feature: The evolution of the laptop

    Laptop computers have been around for much longer than people think, though they’ve changed unimaginably from the first stumbling steps to the thin and powerful machines we have today

  • Feature: PC Advisor Awards 2013 winners

    We present our roll call of honour for the best of the past year's technology, and our guide to the brands you can trust. Here are the winners of the PC Advisor Awards 2013.

  • Feature: PCA Reader Awards 2013

    We announce the 2013 winners of our Reader Awards

  • Feature: Best Windows Laptop 2013

    We announce the winner of our Best Windows Laptop award.

  • Feature: Best Business Laptop 2013

    We announce the winner of our Best Business Laptop award.

  • Feature: Best Budget Laptop 2013

    We announce the winner of our Best Budget Laptop award for 2013.

  • Feature: What to expect from Google I/O

    Our Google I/O 2013 predictions: will we see Key Lime Pie, Nexus 5, X Phone, or a Google Glass launch date? Here's what to expect from Google I/O in 2013. UPDATED, 15 May 2013.

  • Feature: Best PC tricks and pranks

    Everyone like to have a laugh and there's plenty of amusement to be had messing around with other people's PCs or laptops. Here are 10 harmless but brilliant Windows pranks.

  • Feature: Dell XPS 12

    The Dell XPS 12 is a touchscreen Ultrabook laptop with a twist - with its unique flip and fold hinge all it takes is a quick twist and the laptop becomes a fully featured Windows 8 tablet

  • Feature: PC switches off when USB flash drive plugs in - advice

    Our Helproom Editor helps a reader solve a problem with the USB connector on his PC.

  • Feature: Things to download on a new laptop

    Just bought a new laptop? Here's what you need to download to make the most of it. From Skype and LibreOffice to AVG antivirus and 7-zip, we show you how to install it all automatically with one click.

  • Feature: Microsoft Office 2013 and 365 FAQ: What you need to know

    Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365 are now available so here's everything you need to know.

  • Feature: 8 tech resolutions for 2013

    You may already be feeling a sense of dread over some of the New Year's resolutions you've told everyone you're going to make. Have you pledged to give up smoking? To lose weight at the gym? Off you pop then... Here are some tech New Year's resolutions that are far more easy to keep, and can be completed from the comfort of your own, if you like, bed.

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