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HP EliteBook 1040 G4

HP EliteBook 1040 G4

HP EliteBook 1040 G4 333 More than $2,000 is a lot to spend on a non-workstation business laptop , but HP makes a case for doing just that with its new EliteBook 1040 G4 (starts at $1,379; $2,099 as tested), a 14-inch ultraportable with remote management and security features

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault 8

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault 8

Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault 8 - Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault 8 The main point of storing your login credentials in a password manager is that doing so lets you use a different, strong password for every website. However, it's also important that you can get at

50 Languages (for Android)

50 Languages (for Android)

50 Languages logo 50 Languages is one of the best free language apps currently on the market, but fair warning: It's not super high-tech. The app is available for Android and iOS—you can access content from the website, too—and it contains high-quality materials for studying and practicing your reading, writing,

Make your company a video powerhouse with these 6 tools

Make your company a video powerhouse with these 6 tools

Video, whether it is used for conferencing or content creation, is seeing increased enterprise adoption, and for good reason. While 93% of workers say they prefer face-to-face communication over video conferencing, according to research from Tsheets , that isn't always possible. Remote workers say their top obstacle is staying connected

The Best Audio Editing Software of 2017

The Best Audio Editing Software of 2017

A Recording Studio For Your PC It's never been a better time to buy digital audio workstation (DAW) software. Twenty years ago, to record a music album at a professional level, you needed a sizable mixing console, several eight-track digital records (such as ADATs or DA-88s), and a good selection

5 fundamental differences between Windows 10 and Linux

5 fundamental differences between Windows 10 and Linux

I've been using Linux since the late 90s. To me, it's second nature. Although in the early years, hardware support was a serious issue and the command line was a requirement, the last five years have seen very rare occasions that I've come into a problem that couldn't be overcome.

Basecamp, check it out..

Basecamp

Basecamp is an online collaboration app , where people discuss and manage projects, events, or other work they're getting done together. You can upload files that you want to share, keep track of tasks that need to get done, and more. It gives teams a more effective way to work

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