Microsoft extends Start and taskbar settings in Windows 11 preview build

Microsoft has expanded the Start settings in the test version of Windows 11. The layout can be changed to show more pins, or more recent files. Users with multiple monitors can continue to see the clock and date on the taskbar on all screens in this version. Users can go directly to the Start settings … Read more

Logitech releases wireless variant of G303 gaming mouse

Logitech G is releasing a new version of its G303 gaming mouse. The mouse is made wireless, slightly lighter and has a slightly different shape. The buttons on the side have also been moved. The new G303 costs 129 euros. Logitech has developed the new version in collaboration with game streamer Shroud. That’s why the … Read more

Razer Introduces Kaira Pro Headset with Haptic Feedback for PS5 and PC

Razer is introducing PlayStation 5 variants of its Kaira and Kaira Pro headsets. The Pro model has a detachable microphone and features HyperSense. That’s Razer’s technique for converting sounds into tactile vibrations for haptic feedback. The Kaira headsets are wireless and operate on a 2.4GHz connection via a USB-C dongle with PlayStation 5 consoles, or … Read more

Razer introduces mouse and keyboard with silent switches for work environment

Razer is releasing successors to the wireless mouse, keyboard and mouse pad that the company added to its Productivity Suite last year. According to the manufacturer, the mouse and keyboard have silent switches, which also contributes to their suitability for the workplace. The new wireless keyboard is the Pro Type Ultra and the Pro Click … Read more

First macOS Monterey 12.1 beta activates new feature

The first macOS Monterey 12.1 beta is out, and the update activates a nifty new feature we’re already familiar with from iOS 15.1. Missing Features Actually, the release of macOS Monterey was a little disappointing. Sure, we got some great features with it: a much-improved FaceTime, useful new features in Safari, the Shortcuts app, and … Read more

Adobe releases web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator

Adobe is working on web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator. The Photoshop web app is already available in open beta, but the beta of the Illustrator web version is still closed. The company has also released new features for several Creative Cloud apps. Adobe reports that the web versions of Photoshop and Illustrator will be … Read more

First MacBook Pro 2021 reviews: Apple has listened

The MacBook Pro 2016 received considerable criticism due to the Touch Bar, the removal of all kinds of ports and the limited battery life. It didn’t feel like a laptop for professionals, but rather like a laptop for Apple’s dream image of a professional. Apple seems to have included all these critical notes in the … Read more

Apple Releases iOS 15.1 with SharePlay and ProRes Video for iPhone 13 Pro Series

Apple will release version 15.1 of iOS and iPadOS on Monday. These operating systems add support for SharePlay, among other things. iPhone 13 Pro devices can record ProRes videos after the update. The company also releases macOS Monterey. Since Monday evening, iPhone and iPad users can download the new OS versions from their device’s settings … Read more

GeForce Now is available in beta on Edge, allowing Xbox PC games to stream

Nvidia has made its GeForce Now service available in beta for the Microsoft Edge browser. This makes it possible to stream PC games from, for example, Steam via the subscription with the internet browser on an Xbox console. The more than 1,000 PC games available through the GeForce Now service can now be played in … Read more

Super handy: this is how you make Quick Notes on your iPad

Your iPad has something new since iPadOS 15: Quick Notes (also known as Quick Notes). With this you always have a digital post-it at hand! You don’t even have to open the Notes app anymore, you can add a Quick Note from any app at any time. Create Quick Notes iPad You can create a … Read more