PCWorld's January Digital Edition: The Big Three's biggest wins and fails of 2015

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In the January issue

We look at the Big Three’s biggest wins and fails of 2015. We also review the HP’s Spectre x2 and the Radeon Software Crimson. Plus, we uncover why the iPad Pro isn’t as fast as a laptop.

Notebook hard drives are dead: How SSDs will dominate mobile PC storage by 2018.

OneDrive storage: Microsoft will let you keep your free 15GB if you claim it.

Skylake Chips: Yes, you can overclock cheap Intel Skylake chips.

Google Pixel C: A killer Android tablet with an unfullfilled productivity mission.

Here's How: Two easy ways to remotely access files on your PC.

Video highlights

• Watch: We take a look back at the wins and fails of the Big Three in 2015 and review the best PC games of 2015.

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