Computing

PCs, laptops, Microsoft, Apple and everything in between. Here you’ll find all the latest computing news – from the gaming, to benchmarks to raytracing. You’ll also find stories about security, privacy, hacking and the dark web.

  • How to Change Your Default Browser on Windows 11

    How to Change Your Default Browser on Windows 11

    While it’s still the butt of some jokes, Microsoft Edge is actually a solid browser—especially when you configure it right. That said, you shouldn’t be forced to use it if you’re using Windows 11: As much as Microsoft desperately wants you to surf the web with its app, there are plenty of other excellent browsers…


  • The Best Drawing Tablets For Beginners and Seasoned Artists

    The Best Drawing Tablets For Beginners and Seasoned Artists

    Drawing is a great outlet for creativity, whether casually or professionally. But most artists are looking towards the future of digital art and graphic design for hobbies and work. If you love traditional art and want to get into the digital drawing space, or are just looking to upgrade your old graphics tablet, we’ve got…


  • Maybe Don’t Update ‘Tears of the Kingdom’

    Maybe Don’t Update ‘Tears of the Kingdom’

    For a game as complex as The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, it’s remarkably bug-free. You can run around Hyrule, build whatever you want, and dive from the sky all day without encountering a single issue. Still, as with all software, a few glitches have popped up, which Nintendo has now patched in…


  • The Postal Service Is Begging You to Fix Your Mailbox

    The Postal Service Is Begging You to Fix Your Mailbox

    Good news, everybody — it’s Mailbox Improvement Week! While this is sometimes spun as an opportunity to “beautify” your mailbox (paint it, plant some flowers around it), there’s a more pressing issue: a human being has to stick their hand inside that thing, so please try not to make it a threat to life and…