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Are you due a refund for an unexpected antivirus charge?

Are you due a refund for an unexpected antivirus charge?

Find out how a a small change from antivirus manufacturer McAfee might help push the industry forwards.

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8 easy ways to cut your printer costs and make life easier

8 easy ways to cut your printer costs and make life easier

Which? expert tips on how to cut your printer costs and make the most of your printer

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The best alternatives to Google Maps in 2021

The best alternatives to Google Maps in 2021

We've rounded up some mobile apps for iOS and Android that can help you get from A to B without a fuss.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 vs three key Windows rivals – which comes out on top?

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 vs three key Windows rivals – which comes out on top?

We've just tested the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, but are its rivals catching up?

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How to use your Android smartphone from your PC – plus other home office hacks

How to use your Android smartphone from your PC – plus other home office hacks

With many of us still working from home on a regular basis, we’re relying on our technology to keep us productive. To help you stay a little more organised, Microsoft...

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macOS Big Sur: six months on, should you upgrade to Apple’s latest OS?

macOS Big Sur: six months on, should you upgrade to Apple’s latest OS?

Towards the end of 2020, Apple proudly unveiled macOS Big Sur, the successor to macOS Catalina and the new ‘must have’ operating system for Mac owners. Six months on from...

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Six things you need to know about VPNs before you buy

Six things you need to know about VPNs before you buy

Are VPNs really all they're cracked up to be? We take you through the most important facts so you can make the right choice.

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Millions of people in the UK at risk of using insecure routers

Millions of people in the UK at risk of using insecure routers

We sent a selection of the most commonly used old devices to security specialists, Red Maple Technologies, to find out just how secure they are. It discovered issues with more than half, from ISPs such as Virgin, Sky, TalkTalk, EE and Vodafone.

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New iPads and iMacs launch with Apple M1 chip: has computing changed forever?

New iPads and iMacs launch with Apple M1 chip: has computing changed forever?

With M1 chips now in every Apple product range aside from the iPhone and Watch, Which?'s laptop expert ponders how this will affect the next generation of computers.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 triggers Laptop 3 price crash

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 triggers Laptop 3 price crash

The new Surface Laptop 4 has launched. We run through what's new and why now is the time to buy a Surface Laptop 3.

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