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PCWorld's November Digital Magazine: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update review

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In the November issue

This month we review the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. We also pick the best free PC software and also reveal our favorite online backup service (and which services you might want to avoid).

Other highlights include:

  • News: Microsoft announces Office 2019 for customers who don't want to pay forever for Office 365
  • Pixel 2 XL review: A.I. magic on a 6-inch display
  • Core i7-8700K Review: Intel's response to Ryzen is faster and cheaper than ever
  • Here's How: 10 killer Galaxy Note 8 tips & tricks

Video highlights

Watch: The iPhone 7 is officially out of beta, and it’s called the iPhone 8. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus make substantial improvements over last year’s iPhone 7, which Macworld’s Susie Ochs said felt “like a beta version of what’s to come.” Our friends at Macworld reviewed  both, and iPhone expert Leah Yamshon goes over the best features. 

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