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PCWorld’s February Digital Magazine: Windows 7 is dead

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Windows 7 is dead. In the February issue of PCWorld we tell you how to stay safe after the security updates stop. Check out our Android Frankenphone, which contains all the best features from the Android ecosystem. We’ve also got the 17 most anticipated games of 2020. 

Other highlights include:

Watch: Lenovo showcased two intriguing PCs at CES: The ThinkPad X1 Fold, which will be the first foldable PC available, and the ThinkBook Plus, which has a second screen on the cover so you can glance at notes without opening your laptop.

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