Arif Bacchus

Arif Bacchus

Arif Bacchus is a native New Yorker and a fan of all things tech. Before joining Digital Trends, Arif worked as a freelance writer, covering Microsoft news, writing the occasional laptop review, and how-to guides. Arif attended CUNY's Baruch College and holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. He's also an avid Microsoft fan and has as many Windows PCs as he has fingers. When not writing or playing on PCs, you can find him on Twitter @abacjourn, where he's always making new friends and engaged with the tech community.

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Gmail’s A.I. grammar and spell-checker will save you from embarrassing emails

Gmail now sports smarter spell-check and automatic detection of grammar issues. The feature rolled out automatically to all users starting August 20.
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Microsoft Chromium Edge hands-on review: A first look at the beta release

We recently installed one of the preview versions of Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser, and there's now a lot that makes it feel Chrome, but there are also some similarities to the old Edge. So, is the new Chromium Edge the best…
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Microsoft’s open-source Chromium Edge browser has entered beta. Here’s how to get it

Microsoft's newest browser is a game changer. Here's how to test it out in just a few simple steps.
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Windows Core OS: Everything you need to know

Known as Windows Core OS, a new version of Windows will be a single universal operating system for all kinds of devices. It's expected to look very different, and here's what we know.
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Windows 10 has two critical vulnerabilities; update now to avoid infection

Microsoft recently alerted users that it patched two critical remote code execution (RCE) "wormable" vulnerabilities, which could have allowed hackers to spread malware to PCs. If you haven't updated Windows 10 yet, get on it.
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Intel’s 2020 Phantom Canyon NUC could be powerful, but will it be too dated?

The ultra-compact Phantom Canyon gaming PC could feature improved Intel Xe processors, Wi-Fi 6, and also options for Nvidia GTX and RTX GPUs under the hood when launches in late 2020 or early 2021.