All Articles by Cale Hunt | Windows Central

All Articles by Cale Hunt

Lenovo Legion Y720 review: A lot of PC for a very reasonable price

Lenovo's mid-range Y-series gaming laptop should appeal to a broad market thanks to the hardware and price. But is it for you?

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Recover your lost data with Data Rescue 4, now just $49

Have you ever lost a file, picture, or entire drive? Frustrating, isn't it? Avoid this exact scenario with the award-winning Data Rescue 4, now 37 percent off!

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6 common VPN myths — busted

There's a lot of confusion surrounding VPNs these days. Here are six myths that are simply not true.

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Movies, music, and books we're into this week

It's almost the weekend and time to relax! Here are the movies, music, and books the Windows Central team is enjoying this week.

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Best Dell PCs for VR

Discover the best VR-capable PCs Dell has to offer.

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Beginner's guide to Windows 10 encryption

Let's take a look at EFS, BitLocker, and some third-party encryption options to help you decide which is best for you.

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Best WebVR experiences you should try right now!

WebVR is an open standard for created web-based VR experiences. There are a lot out there, but we've rounded up the best.

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Best Dell Laptop

What's the No. 1 best Dell laptop available today? Here's a hint: It is portable, powerful and a delight to show off thanks to its beautiful design.

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Everything we know so far about Fallout 4 VR

Fallout 4 VR is seemingly set to raise the bar for VR games everywhere. Intrigued? We have a bunch of details about what it is and what you can expect when it's finally released.

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How to connect PlayStation VR to your PC

Thanks to Trinus PSVR, you can now enjoy your VR and non-VR Steam games in PlayStation VR. If this is something you've always wanted to do, we're here to show you how to get it all set up.

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Get an Ockel Sirius B Windows 10 Pocket PC for only $189!

Want to carry your PC around with you all the time? The Ockel Sirius B pocket PC is one of the best out there, and right now we have a sale that's hard to pass up.

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Comparing Dell XPS 13 touch and non-touch laptops

So, you've decided on a Dell XPS 13. Are you going touch or non-touch? We can help you decide.

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Chime in: Will a Surface Pro last upwards of seven years?

What is the longevity of the Surface Pro? Will it last more than five years?

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Lenovo Miix 720 review: Living in the shadow of the best

The Miix 720 doesn't push any boundaries, but it's certainly an able 2-in-1 with a decent price tag. Let's take a close look to help you decide whether or not it's a device you could use on a daily basis.

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Valve 'Knuckles' controllers — Everything you need to know!

Valve's newest VR controllers, what are being called 'Knuckles,' are fully-tracked motion controllers with a new design and a few neat tricks. Here's everything you need to know about them.

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How to get the best deal when selling your VR headset

Whether you're ready to upgrade to a bigger and better VR headset, want to downsize for awhile until new technology comes out, or think VR just isn't quite right for you, here is how to sell your VR headset!

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Best Ultrabook of 2017

The HP Spectre x360, with its sturdy all-metal body, dazzling touch display, and powerful hardware, make it the best Ultrabook you can buy right now.

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Best 13-Inch Laptop

The HP Spectre x360 has an outstanding all-metal body, dazzling touch display, and powerful hardware, making it the best 13-inch laptop you can buy right now.

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How to play GameCube and Wii games with Dolphin VR

The world of VR attracts many players and developers into its fold, and one result is Dolphin VR, a Nintendo GameCube and Wii emulator for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Here's how to get it all set up!

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Chime in: Are Windows Insider builds worth the hassle (and risk)?

Windows Insider builds are a great way for the community to get access to new Windows features before they're released to the general public, but things don't always go smoothly. What do you think about them?

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