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  2. Because they want that severance package. Seriously though, it's usually mutually beneficial to not disparage your previous employer anyway, simply for the reason that you probably don't want them airing your dirty laundry either.
  3. Unobscured Vision

    Growing things on Mars ...

    ASTRUM (YouTube Page) just posted a video about the difficulties in growing plants on Mars in the perchlorate-rich soils there. Quite a video for anyone not up to speed on this matter.
  4. Unobscured Vision

    Bigelow Aerospace updates: thread 2

    We knew this was a possibility, but damn that's a good feeling to (once again) be validated.
  5. adrynalyne

    Could this be malware?

    winver. I’m sure it’s 1903. If it’s 1907–that’s a cause for concern.
  6. devnulllore

    Could this be malware?

    Now I am not sure. it said it when it was installing now I don't know how to find out.
  7. Today
  8. Rich Woods

    Microsoft is offering up to $500 off of its Surface PCs

    SP7 should be in October, alongside a bunch of other stuff
  9. Copernic

    CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.4

    CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.4 by Razvan Serea CrystalDiskInfo is a HDD/SSD health monitoring utility. It displays basic HDD (also SSD and USB-HDD) information, monitors S.M.A.R.T. values and disk temperature. It will also display the S.M.A.R.T data as a list so you can see the specific issue that a hard drive may have. It provides a health rating based on your drive’s SMART status, plus will list its temperature, enabling you to see just how hot your drives are running. As various factors approach thresholds of danger, CrystalDiskInfo will alert you, letting you know it's time to make backups while you still can. CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.4 changelog: Added Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 Pro for Workstation/Education support Download: CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.4 | 3.8 MB (Open Source) Download: Portable CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.4 | 4.3 MB View: CrystalDiskInfo Home Page Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  10. adrynalyne

    Could this be malware?

    1903?
  11. If only... Windows Store is built on fundamentally awful basics.
  12. I moved to Snip n Sketch. Most people will stand by the snipping tool, but I think Snip n Sketch is a good replacement.
  13. just need to add it to Cortana now and other stuff. Cortana, edge, etc is too integrated into Windows to be an optional feature anytime soon. Tbh I don't find it perfectly useless, it's nice to have a basic assistant features with voice support, if only it didn't have to be a telemetry program. Cortana will be axed in a year or so (my guess), because of that separated app. EdgeHTML will stay for WinStore apps but browser will be replaced by Chromium.
  14. Checking out Huawei's Honor Vision Pro TV with HarmonyOS by Rich Woods Earlier this month, Huawei announced HarmonyOS, its in-house operating system that will be used in many of its devices. While the company called it the "first microkernel-based distributed OS for all scenarios", we haven't gotten a look at what the actual UI will look like, until now. Just two days after announcing HarmonyOS, the first device to use it was announced, the Honor Vision, a smart TV that includes Huawei's Honghu 818 SoC and 2GB RAM. The chipset includes two Cortex-A73 and two Cortex-A53 cores, utiliizing big.LITTLE architecture even in a smart TV. It also has a quad-core Mali-G51 GPU. The 55-inch TV has 4K UHD resolution and supports HDR, just as you'd expect. There are two models though, the Honor Vision and the Honor Vision Pro, the big difference being that the Pro model has 32GB of storage instead of 16GB, and six 10W speakers instead of four. I got to check out the Honor Vision Pro in Shenzhen this week, and the TV is pretty awesome, considering that the Pro model only costs around $680. Those six speakers sound phenomenal for built-in TV speakers, and the picture is pretty good as well. HarmonyOS seems to be pretty full-featured, for something that's just getting started. The remote control works similarly to an Apple TV, with a touchpad used to navigate the tiled UI. One feature that Huawei touted in our briefing is the ability to make 1080p 30fps video calls using a camera that pops out of the top of the TV. The idea of the pop-up camera is cool, because it also serves as a privacy guard when not in use. You can use the Honor Vision to call anyone that has their phone number tied to a Huawei account. The 1080p camera can also tilt downward by 10 degrees, so it's adjustable based on your TV placement. It can pick up sound from up to five meters away. As you'd expect, you can even use the webcam to take a selfie. Another key feature is called Magic-link, which lets you control the TV with your smartphone. You can easily tap your phone against an NFC tag to get it to work, and that allows you to control your TV with a touchscreen, type things on your phone's keyboard, and more. You can also use it for screen mirroring, allowing you to play games on the big screen. Another thing that's interesting is that you can use your phone as your TV's speaker. This might be a useful idea if you don't want the audio from your TV to be too loud, possibly waking up people that are sleeping in your home. Moreover, you can use the TV as a desktop PC, using Huawei's EMUI Desktop or the Honor Magic Desktop. It's the same experience as if you plugged in your Huawei or Honor phone to any big screen. Another functionality of the TV is similar to Sticky Notes on a Windows 10 PC. You can leave notes on your TV, or you can send a note from your phone. And of course, you can control all of your smart home devices that reside within the Huawei ecosystem. Check out our video below: Make sure to subscribe to Neowin on YouTube! It's the best channel in the universe!
  15. devnulllore

    Could this be malware?

    So Windows just did a huge upgrade to v1907 and it's all starting over again. Stuttering and even explorer has crashed a few times. I read Microsoft said there was an issue with the new patch and there may be a fix as soon as Tuesday.
  16. I'm glad you cleared that up. Look carefully at what I typed....then look at the title.
  17. The SP6, i5, 128GB, 8GB is $699. What a value! The 256GB SSD is +$300 --> ridiculous SP7 around the corner?
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  19. Hmm you mean like a portrait tablet view? It is why most of the web is 4:3 and not 16:9 (including Neowin).
  20. Am I the only one who believes that Microsoft is slowing down development of Windows considerably? And don't tell me again about under the hood improvements. New Insider releases are coming every one to two weeks, and their bug fixes are less than 20 each time. And don't they have pending tasks to deliver? They do have! Complete transitioning of Control Panel to Settings and completion of Fluent Design 2 to all parts of the OS, are two big tasks that were advertised and confirmed. Where are they? Last time the same thing happened, it was Windows 10 Mobile, where a new "version" contained only bug fixes. At that time Microsoft was assuring that they are not abandoning the OS, while enthusiasts were trying to find the most silly proofs of that. Some months later, we learnt how fast the can pull the plug. Microsoft is moving to a cloud-based OS. Windows will not be completely abandoned, but it will enter long maintenance phase, mainly for businesses. Applications will keep working, but no new front-facing features will come. Remember my words.
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  22. I was thinking exact same thing scrolling to the comments... I fail to imagine any practical use for this other than "look at me"...
  23. Its been working out pretty well for them since 1975. But of course, Microsoft with all their knowledge of the OS business, that they own 80% of, should to defer to you, Mr guy from the internet, about how they should run their company and what they should produce. It’s a long time since Microsoft had anywhere near an 80% share of the operating system market. False and to be clear, let’s not play games and we will refer to PC specifically since that is what they are on. That’s what they are on. Not most people anymore, sadly. That may be—but it doesn’t invalidate the 80% figure.
  24. Its been working out pretty well for them since 1975. But of course, Microsoft with all their knowledge of the OS business, that they own 80% of, should to defer to you, Mr guy from the internet, about how they should run their company and what they should produce. It’s a long time since Microsoft had anywhere near an 80% share of the operating system market. False and to be clear, let’s not play games and we will refer to PC specifically since that is what they are on. That’s what they are on. Not most people anymore, sadly.
  25. Same. And it's really, really ironic because the servers are effing HOSTED on 'nix. Facepunch are simply bad devs. That's the bottom line.
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