From futuristic laptops to trail-blazing new chips, this is the PC hardware that caught our eye at Computex 2019.
Nvidia's new RTX Studio laptops ship with everything a content creator needs to start making videos or games.
Code commits suggest that Project Campfire, an initiative to get Windows 10 running on high-end Chromebooks, has been been snuffed out.
Microsoft's classic Paint program was left for dead, but the Windows 10 May 2019 Update revives the software with new accessibility features.
Amazon's all-new Fire 7 and Fire 7 Kids Edition tablets come with faster processors, more storage, and the same price tag as before.
Windows Insider preview build 18898 tells you whether the storage disk you're looking at in Task Manager is an SSD or a hard drive. Finally!
Windows 7 and various Windows Server operating systems also require a critical security update to combat this Remote Desktop Services exploit.
Thermaltake's Level 20 RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk takes customizable lighting to (adjustable) new levels.
With Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, a full Linux kernel running in Windows, and Google's pledge that all future Chromebooks will be able to run Linux apps, 2019 is the year of Linux on the desktop.
Microsoft's bringing back PowerToys as an open-source project on GitHub.
The next-gen Google Assistant revealed at Google I/O gains all sorts of new tricks, from much faster speech recognition to Personal References to a new driving mode.
Nvidia's latest Game Ready driver added support for the GeForce GTX 1650 and new mobile GPUs, but also caused CPU spikes in some systems. A new hotfix corrects the issue.
The Ryzen 7 2700X Gold Edition and Radeon VII Gold Edition come with free goodies, special designs, and plenty of nostalgia for AMD's 50th anniversary.
Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 1650 is an affordable graphics card that doesn't require any extra power connections.
Mere months after launching mobile RTX GPUs, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1650 and GTX 1660 Ti are coming to gaming laptops.