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  2. Mobius Enigma

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    You know what is weird - that is exactly what they are doing, as the original Edge will probably always be available as it is just the UI to the HTML technologies in the UWP.
  3. Bruinator

    Utorrent question

    I will give them a try. TYVM BH.
  4. nahh they are that long really!
  5. So far, it seems to be working a little tighter than YourPhone and another Android model (I tried it on a Pixel)...if YourPhone allowed for copy/paste and actually synced Read/Unread, it would be even better...
  6. Why not, Europe have some of the best designs and even the US have used a lot of that across US cities and I look at it as a sign of respect for what Europe has achieved others donkeys years. Like many have said, this does look beautiful. All of Europe stole their architecture from Disney's Epcot
  7. Brandon H

    Utorrent question

    you can just leave them as default which should be 'auto'; you really only need to set them if you want to throttle the connection speed if it's causing slowness to other services/devices on your network. BUT I really don't recommend using Utorrent anymore; it's far too bloated for what it's worth. And the older 2.x builds that used to be recommended have some bad security flaws in them now that are well known. If you want a good torrenting client then I'd recommend qBittorrent or Transmission (I actually run transmission directly on my Open-WRT router lol)
  8. devnulllore

    Could this be malware?

    The software reporter is a separate program and I doubt if there is a 64 bit version
  9. Bruinator

    Utorrent question

    When using utorrent, what should I set my transfer rate to when dealing with up / dl speed or both? What should I set each one to to get the best speed rate? THX
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  11. devnulllore

    Could this be malware?

    It is the 64 bit version of Chrome and I had already eliminated my graphics software before installing it. The issue began again before I even installed new drivers so I was in the process of installing the software to see if anything exacerbated the situation. Chrome did that.
  12. Michael Scrip

    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 pre-orders kick off today in the U.S.

    The image in this article is stretched. It make the tablets look like they have a weird aspect ratio.
  13. Yet nowhere on the page/link can you actually pre-order it.
  14. Or like Trump saying he wants to keep migrant families together by indefinitely detaining children! ...oh wait...
  15. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 pre-orders kick off today in the U.S. by Jay Bonggolto Samsung's Galaxy Tab S6 tablet, announced late last month, is now up for pre-order via its official online storefront. However, only the Wi-Fi variant is available for pre-order at the moment and it's slated for shipment on September 6. The Galaxy Tab S6 comes in two storage configurations, the 6GB/128GB variant which costs $650 and the 8GB/256GB which retails for $730. It is available in Cloud Blue, Mountain Gray, or Rose Blush color options. Samsung is also offering a 50% discount on the keyboard for those who purchase it along with the tablet between August 23 and September 5 online or in any participating store. In addition, customers can get a free subscription of YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium, YouTube Red, and Google Play Music for a limited period when they pre-order the device. As a recap, the Galaxy Tab S6 sports a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 2560x1600 resolution. It is powered by a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 855 paired with an Adreno 640 GPU. The tablet boasts an 8MP front camera and a dual rear camera with 13MP and 5MP sensors. For video recording, it supports up to 4K resolution at 30 frames per second and it is also capable of playing videos at up to 8K resolution at 30fps. Of course, it runs Android 9.0 Pie and packs a massive 7,040mAh battery.
  16. This is a great thing, the only reliable alternative to apple's sync. Hopefully expands fast to other OEMs
  17. Brandon H

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    I think it's just more the fact that they don't want to continue supporting the functionality since they discontinued their eBook store Well chromium pdf reader sucks! Mostly when you use it to open large file it starts giving lack luster performance and now we will have to live with it who knows; Microsoft my start improving that down the line too like they have the battery drain and a couple other things in Chromium already
  18. DonC

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    Sigh.. On the plus side, there are ePub add-ons for Chrome that should work. I've no idea if they're any good or not though.
  19. More: https://www.mirror.co.uk/tech/uks-first-car-vending-machine-18985615
  20. Ccl Ncc

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    I think it's just more the fact that they don't want to continue supporting the functionality since they discontinued their eBook store Well chromium pdf reader sucks! Mostly when you use it to open large file it starts giving lack luster performance and now we will have to live with it
  21. Didnt they give up LIT awhile ago? Yep... in 2011.
  22. aka2k

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    Geez, the best thing about Edge and MS axe it. Way to go.
  23. Xenon

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    Didnt they give up LIT awhile ago?
  24. DeusProto

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    Probably to force their LIT format on people. Figures. Though I hate any eBooks of physical books that are made available in ePub format, because although the format does support a fixed width I've never seen any - legit or otherwise - ePubs use it. So for example page 33 of A Game of Thrones retail ePub isn't going to match page 33 of the physical book, or a retail PDF. It will vary based on font size you set when reading, window/reading area size, etc.
  25. If you shield it, you know its location, in order to do so, which breaks the entanglement. No shielding is necessary, as it can't be detected since it blends in with random noise. The entangled particles are unknown to others outside the source of entanglement.
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