The first part of this week's Tech Talk is about mobile technology and focuses on both smart phones and laptops.
Tips and tricks for Android phones and iPhones
How to check the health of a laptop battery
Tips to extend battery life of Windows laptops
How to free up space on a laptop
Tech Talk wraps up with a section about Windows 11 and the system requirements to use it.
Cell Phone Tips & Tricks
According to Extreme Tech, Android is the most popular computing platform in the world, beating out both Windows and iOS. Numerous websites have helpful tips for getting the most out of your Android phone. Check out the articles below for some of them.
Laptops make computing possible when we are away from home, but they are useless without batteries and power supplies. The articles below will help you assess the health of your laptop battery and make the battery last longer.
Windows 11 will require a trusted platform monitor 2.0 (TPM 2.0) chip and reportedly will only run on CPUs from late 2017 forward. The articles below have details about the CPU requirements and TPN 2.0 chip needed to run Windows 11.
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