The Complete Xbox Games with Gold List and Details

Updated for February 2016. Microsoft’s Games with Gold program launched last year, but with two more games coming out each month, it’s getting difficult to keep track of which games are free and when. Due to reader interest, we’ve compiled an archive of the games to date, and we’ll update the list each month as more games are announced.

Review: Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt 2 Docking Station

The Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt Dock is unlike anything else on the market. But are unique features such as an integrated Blu-ray drive and support for up to two internal drives enough to justify its delayed launch? Read on to see if this feature-packed but expensive Thunderbolt 2 docking station makes sense in an emerging Thunderbolt 3 world.

How to Restrict Apps to Specific CPU Cores with Processor Affinity

Today’s PCs are typically powered by monster CPUs packing four or more cores, and Windows generally does a good job of divvying all of that power up between your apps. But sometimes you want just a bit more control over which processor-hungry apps should be tamed, and that’s where something called processor affinity comes in. Here’s how to restrict specific apps to individual CPU cores for better system-wide responsiveness and, for older apps, stability.

How to Rename Your PC in Windows 10

Windows 10 will generate and assign a unique name for your computer when you first set up your PC or perform a clean install of Windows. But this random name likely won’t be helpful for your workflow, especially if you’re working with multiple networked PCs. Luckily, you can solve this problem by renaming your Windows 10 PC to a more useful custom name. Here’s how to do it.

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Review: Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt 2 Docking Station

The Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt Dock is unlike anything else on the market. But are unique features such as an integrated Blu-ray drive and support for up to two internal drives enough to justify its delayed launch? Read on to see if this feature-packed but expensive Thunderbolt 2 docking station makes sense in an emerging Thunderbolt 3 world.

UZBL iPad Cases: Tough Enough for Schools & Useful at Home

Many schools are now deploying iPads to students, requiring useful and durable cases to protect their investment in these useful but fragile devices. Case manufacturer UZBL thinks it has the perfect cases for schools and other large organizations, so we took a look to at three of the company’s iPad cases to see they provide the right balance of protection and portability for students and regular iPad owners alike.