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Microsoft recommends that you take a few minutes to prep your PC for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, as Windows Update won't run correctly if your PC's hard drive is too full.
Amazon's selling several capacities of an Adata 2.5-inch SSD for prices ranging from $25 to $70.
Netgear is set to expand into the smart speaker space with the new Orbi Voice.
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