Software provides the bedrock on which we experience new features from Google’s Android platform, Microsoft’s Windows 10, and Apple’s iOS and macOS operating systems. Like apps, and really all internet-connected devices, today’s software is constantly evolving into something new and, hopefully, more helpful. We’ll track the latest innovations that the industry has to offer to see if they are worth your time and money.
The Arc browser is the Chrome replacement I’ve been waiting for
Arc isn’t perfect, and it takes some getting used to. But it’s full of big new ideas about how we should interact with the web — and it’s right about most of them.
Apple macOS 13 Ventura review: a bunch of good updates you can mostly ignore
Apple’s latest desktop software is familiar territory for the majority of Mac users, but it does have some new ideas about multitasking and a whole new Settings app. And of course, it ties into your iPhone more than ever.