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Windows 11 and Android Apps: Not Quite There Yet

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On Apple M1 computers, you can run iOS applications right on your Mac (as long as developers allow it). This blurs the line between using apps on your phone and your computer, but what about Windows systems? While there’s no legal way to run iPhone apps in Windows, you can run Android apps on Windows 11 using a built-in feature of the operating system. We tested this feature on a Windows 11 system and documented the experience for you. Windows 11 Android App Requirements Overview There are several hoops to jump through before accessing this Windows feature. These are discussed in detail below. But to summarise, you’ll need the following: A public preview build of Windows 11 through the Windows Insider program. A PC with hardware virtualization support. An Amazon account. Location within the USA. Some of these requirements are temporary, such as being US-only or part of the Windows Insider program. System requirements are as follows: 8GB of RAM (16GB recommended). In

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Google One Explained: Is It Worth Subscribing To?

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If you have a Gmail address, you can also access Google’s entire suite of online services. That includes Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and more. Unfortunately, free users only get about 15GB of free storage to cover all of the storage for those services. A Google One subscription plan lets you pay for extra storage, offering more benefits. But is it worth subscribing to?  How Google Drive Storage Works The storage with your Google account is unified, except for compressed Google Photos . This means that your emails, Drive contents, device backups, and anything that has to be stored in the cloud count against the total pool. If you’re just a mail user and dabble a little in Google Docs, then the 15GB storage is probably enough for you. However, if you’re taking full-quality photos and videos with your snazzy smartphone camera, you may also find your cloud backups eating into that drive quickly. So there’s a case for those invested in the ecosystem. Storage Plan Pricing Googl

Windows Task Manager Won’t Open? 10 Fixes to Try

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If you notice anything unusual with your PC, the first thing you probably do is open the Windows Task Manager . You can then quickly shut down CPU-intensive apps or stuck processes and get things working correctly again. But what if you can’t get to it? If you attempt to open the Task Manager, but it doesn’t show up, crashes, or you see a “Task Manager not responding” or “Task Manager has been disabled by the Administrator” message, you’ve got a potentially severe problem that needs fixing. We will show you how to do that in Windows 10 and 11. Try Other Ways to Open Task Manager You’ve got multiple ways to open the Task Manager in Windows . Suppose you have trouble getting it to show up via the Power User menu or taskbar. In that case, you may want to open it via the Ctrl + Alt + Delete screen (press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and select Task Manager ) or use the dedicated Task Manager shortcut (press Ctrl + Shift + Esc ) instead. If the problem persists, it’s time to start trouble