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Augment your hard drive with a speedy 120GB SSD for just $44 today

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Augment your hard drive with a speedy 120GB SSD for just $44 today | PCWorld
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Augment your hard drive with a speedy 120GB SSD for just $44 today This would be a great boot drive for SSD newcomers. Contributor, PCWorld Apr 13, 2018 6:34 AM PT SanDisk The best upgrade you can give an aging PC is a solid-state drive, full stop. Going from a traditional hard drive to an SSD can make your computer feel like new again, but fully swapping out your spacious hard drive for a speedy SSD can get expensive. Today, Amazon has a good middle ground alternative to going all out with a dedicated SSD.A 120GB SanDisk SSD Plus is just $44 at the online retailer today. That's the lowest price yet for this $65 SSD, though it's been hovering between $50 and $55 for a while. Still, $44 for an entry-level SSD is a stellar price, especially for one from a big-name …

Report: Google's Gmail will soon include a time-limited Confidential Mode, UI redesign

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Report: Google's Gmail will soon include a time-limited Confidential Mode, UI redesign | PCWorld
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3268827/data-center-cloud/report-googles-gmail-will-soon-include-a-time-limited-confidential-mode-ui-redesign.html

Report: Google's Gmail will soon include a time-limited Confidential Mode, UI redesign You may see this new version of Google's Gmail by early May. Senior Editor, PCWorld Apr 13, 2018 11:02 AM PT Google As part of a Gmail redesign expected soon, Google is adding a new Confidential Mode as well as a sidebar that will display the calendar next to email messages, according to a report.It isn't clear when the new Gmail will be available, though The Verge reports that it incorporates several features that are already a part of its mobile app, including the "quick reply" feature that allows you to select from a few canned response, as well as the ability to snooze emails. More dramatic changes include t…

What’s the difference between Ring’s Video Doorbell and Video Doorbell 2?

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What's the difference between Ring's Video Doorbell and Video Doorbell 2? | TechHive
https://www.techhive.com/article/3268830/security-cameras/what-s-the-difference-between-ring-s-video-doorbell-and-video-doorbell-2.html

What's the difference between Ring's Video Doorbell and Video Doorbell 2? The new model is double the price, but it brings much better image quality. Senior Correspondent, TechHive Apr 13, 2018 12:08 PM PT Double the money brings much better image quality. Ring's first-generation video doorbell is now half the price of its second-generation model, thanks to a recent price cut. So which one should you choose? Mentioned in this articleThe single biggest difference between the two is in video quality. The earlier model outputs a 720p video image while the second-generation doorbell provides 1080p. There's also been some improvements in video processing, because the picture from the newer doorbell is significantly better. That…

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