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  2. Microsoft Weekly: gamescom 2019, Win32 apps in S Mode for enterprises, and Edge Beta by Florin Bodnarescu With gamescom having taken place this past week, we got a fair few gaming news to go through – including an interesting one related to Minecraft -, plus the announcement of Edge Beta, and some optional Windows updates. You can find that – as well as the usual little bit extra – below, in your Microsoft digest for the week of August 17-23. gamescom 2019 This past week was gamescom, one of the largest if not the largest gaming-related conventions, held each year in the second half of August in Cologne, Germany. As expected, there were a number of announcements to digest, one of which was quite surprising. We’ll start with said surprising announcement, specifically the fact that Mojang and Nvidia have collaborated to bring ray tracing support to Minecraft. It will of course require an RTX card, and is set to arrive as a free update to the Bedrock edition of the game of Windows 10. Furthermore, the developer also announced that it would be implementing a new graphics engine for Minecraft Bedrock, Render Dragon. In other gaming news, Moon Studios’ Definitive Edition of Ori and the Blind Forest is headed to the Nintendo Switch on September 27. No word yet on whether the sequel will also come to the hybrid console. For folks who are fans of strategy games, especially of the venerable Age of Empires series, the Definitive Edition of the second one will arrive on November 14. It’s got 4K visuals, remastered audio, and a brand-new campaign. Priced at $19.99, it will land on both the Microsoft Store and Steam, with the latter employing a 25% discount for those who already own Age of Empires II HD Edition. Moving on to weirder things, Gears POP! has launched this week with not much fanfare. The free-to-play title uses the Gears of War characters, though they’re replaced with Funko Pop figures – hence the name. It’s available on iOS, Android, and Windows 10, and supports cross-saves between different platforms. Speaking of crossing, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is getting cross-play between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The relevant update is coming to public builds in early October. Folks subscribing to Xbox Game Pass on either console or PC now have the opportunity to try out the latest batch of titles that have been added. For PC folks only, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition is available now, while for folks on console, Devil May Cry 5 and Stellaris: Console Edition can now be tried out. If you own either a PC or an Xbox, you can play Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Ape Out right now, with Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut coming August 27, Blair Witch arriving on August 30, and Dead Cells making its way to the subscription on September 5. Focusing a bit on the Xbox, there’s going to be a Disney+ app on the Xbox One once the service launches, while the Xbox app itself (on Windows 10) will be getting some enhancements of its own. For one, you’ll be able to find friends on Facebook and Steam and link accounts from YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Discord, and Reddit. In addition to this, you’ll also be able to choose filter options in the sidebar, choosing your destination drive to download a game will be made easier, and the Xbox Game Pass app will add support for Game Pass for PC. Though some features are available now in the Xbox (Beta) app, others are arriving in the coming weeks. Finally, there are also two new controller designs, the Night Ops Camo and Sport Blue variants. Both are available for pre-order now for $69.99, with the Sport Blue peripheral being available September 17, while the Night Ops Camo one will get in the hands of consumers on October 8. Win32 apps in S Mode for enterprises Before we get to the titular story of this section, it’s worth noting that Microsoft has released a series of optional updates after Patch Tuesday – all for Windows 10. They arrived in two separate batches, the first of which covers the following versions: October 2018 Update (1809): KB4512534, build 17763.720 – fixes an issue preventing Windows Hello facial recognition from working post-restart; allows Edge to print PDFs with landscape and portrait-oriented pages properly, as well as making sure the browser can correctly open PDFs configured to be open only once; fixes the issue preventing folks from downloading copyrighted media on certain websites via Edge and IE. Known issues: Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege; After installing KB4493509, some Asian language packs installed may receive error “0x800f0982 – PSFX_E_MATCHING_COMPONENT_NOT_FOUND; A small number of devices may start up to a black screen during the first logon; Apps and scripts that call the NetQueryDisplayInformation API or WinNT provider equivalent may fail to return results after the first page of data with error “1359: an internal error occurred”; Apps that were made using Visual Basic 6, macros made using VBA, and scrips, as well as apps, made using VBScript may stop responding or give out an “invalid procedure call” error. The last issue occurs in this update and all updates before June 18, 2019. Fall Creators Update (1709): KB4512494, build 16299.1365 - fixes the issue preventing folks from downloading copyrighted media on certain websites via Edge and IE. Known issues: Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege. Creators Update (1703): KB4512474, build 15063.2021 - fixes the issue preventing folks from downloading copyrighted media on certain websites via Edge and IE. Known issues: Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege. Anniversary Update (1607): KB4512495, build 14393.3181 - fixes the issue preventing folks from downloading copyrighted media on certain websites via Edge and IE; patches an issue causing File Explorer to intermittently stop working. Known issues: After installing KB4467684, the cluster service may fail with error “2245 (NERR_PasswordTooShort)” if the group policy “Minimum Password Length” is set to greater than 14 characters; Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege; A small number of devices may start up to a black screen during the first logon; Apps and scripts that call the NetQueryDisplayInformation API or WinNT provider equivalent may fail to return results after the first page of data with error “1359: an internal error occurred”. Windows 10 RTM LTSC (1507): KB4517276, build 10240.18308 – addresses an issue which could cause apps made in Visual Basic 6, macros using Visual Basic for Applications, scripts or apps that use Visual Basic Scripting Edition, to stop working. In terms of the latter malfunctioning, a potential error also received by users would be “Invalid procedure call”. Known issues: Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege. The April 2018 Update was conspicuous in its absence from that first batch, although it did get its own patch a mere three days later: April 2018 Update (1803): KB4512509, build 17134.984 – fixes an issue that removed Windows Hello credentials, as well as addressing bugs causing Settings from working properly or default applications from being set correctly. It also fixes the issue preventing folks from downloading copyrighted media on certain websites via Edge and IE. Known issues: Operations like rename, that are performed on files or folders on a Cluster Shared Volume may fail with error “STATUS_BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (0xC00000A5)”, which occurs when the CSV owner node doesn’t have administrator privilege; A small number of devices may start up to a black screen during the first logon. Getting back to the subject at hand, the Redmond software firm pushed out a build to the Slow ring – hosting the 19H2 branch – to enable a rather useful enterprise feature. As it happened previously, two builds were pushed out. The lower-numbered one (18362.10014) has the new features turned off, while the higher-numbered one (18362.10015) has them turned on. And again, if you’re just joining the Slow ring, which one you’ll get is still up to chance. Perhaps the headline feature of this release is the ability for enterprises to add Win32 apps to devices in S Mode via Microsoft Intune. While folks were able to get Win32 apps from the Store itself in S Mode, this is the first time said apps can be added via Intune. In addition to the aforementioned feature, Windows Defender Credential Guard has been enabled for ARM64 devices and File Explorer has been enhanced with the ability to show web-powered suggestions in addition to the locally indexed files on your PC. Furthermore, Narrator and other assistive technologies can now read and learn where the FN key is, as well as detecting whether it’s locked or unlocked. Fast ring testers were also treated to a build of their own, which brought more granular control over how Windows restarts apps once you sign back in. Build 18965 also brought a few tweaks to the Feedback Hub UI pertaining to searches, similar feedback, and Insider achievements. In terms of bugs addressed, the taskbar should no longer unexpectedly hide when launching the touch keyboard, “managed by your organization” should no longer appear for some Insiders when simply updating Windows, and background tasks should work properly now. As far as known issues are concerned, beyond the already expected ones there’s also the inability for some WSL distros to load, DWM using an unexpectedly high amount of resources, and lsass.exe crashing. A day later, Microsoft also pushed out build 18965.1005, a cumulative update with no new features, meant to test the servicing pipeline for larger updates. Edge Beta After much speculation and questioning, as well as a leak of the alleged stable variant, the beta version of the Chromium-based version of Edge is now finally available. It will be updated every six weeks, with folks being able to download the current version – 77.0.235.9 – for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and macOS. Sticking to the confines of the Edge Insider program, the Collections feature is now available for Edge Canary, as is a fix for the administrator mode bug. Furthermore, the ability to sign in from work and school accounts is now available for all branches of the Edge Insider program. If you’re on the Dev channel, build 78.0.249.1 is already out, bringing password syncing to everyone, as well as the ability for websites to detect whether they’re running on Windows in S Mode. There are of course a bunch of stability fixes – a lot of them for IE mode, as well as fixes for a number of UI and feedback bugs. Microsoft has also announced what features are coming to Edge in October, like inking on PDFs, better profile handling, the ability to search in the extensions store, ClickOnce deployment for Windows apps from web pages, and more. A number of features from the older version of Edge are also on their way, though one of them is decidedly not: the ability to read ePub e-books. Since the company shut down its Books section in the Microsoft Store, the axing of this feature is an unfortunate, though not unexpected, side effect. It’s unclear currently if the feature will be removed from the Chromium-based Edge too. The Fast ring Microsoft has acquired AdoptOpenJDK-maker jClarity. Azure has gotten a few enhancements to its Archive Storage service. Microsoft’s SMS Organizer is now rolling out to more regions. Microsoft Launcher 5.8 beta is now out, adds Intune management and app installs. Windows Admin Center Preview 1908 is now available with a number of new tools and improvements. You can now use Samsung DeX on PC or Mac if you have a Galaxy Note10. Web Template Studio 2.0 is now available with support for Angular, Vue, and more. A few Surface Pro 5 and 6 users are reporting battery degradation issues. Microsoft said it only listens to Xbox voice recordings reported to have violated its Terms of Service. Power BI’s summarized data export behavior has been changed. Using the Your Phone app with the Galaxy Note10 is allegedly much better. Hot corner Hot corner is a section of The Fast ring dedicated to highlighting five Microsoft-related stories that haven’t been covered over here, but might be of interest. Azure Service Fabric 6.5 Third refresh release is now available. A Microsoft Graph Security API add-on is now available for Splunk. SQL Data Discovery & Classification is now generally available. The API to enable or disable Fusion in Azure Sentinel will be deprecated, with the capability being on by default. Guest configuration in Azure Policy is now available in preview. Logging off We end the column with a bit of news concerning icon changes, as well as some rather interesting Surface discounts. At the top of the week, new icons for the Mail and Calendar apps leaked online, courtesy of Aggiornamenti Lumia. Said icons did however seem to be identical to the new Outlook app – being essentially the Outlook icon deconstructed -, which was a tad weird. A few days later, a new Icon for the Camera app was leaked, sporting a familiar shade of blue. Curiously, the screenshot also featured different icons for Mail and Calendar as compared to the ones leaked before. It’s quite possible that Microsoft is testing different versions of these icons and hasn’t exactly settled on a final design – the same thing that happened to the File Explorer folder colours in Windows 10’s early days. Finally, if you’re in the market for a new PC, Microsoft is offering an assortment of discounts for its various Surface devices, with certain configurations knocking up to $500 off the asking price. You can track all these via the venerable Notepad, which is now available in the Microsoft Store. Missed any of the previous columns? Be sure to have a look right here.
  3. And what real world use does this ""world's most powerful" AI processor translate to? 0.1s faster translate in Bing Translator? /s Qualcomm and Apple are still quite ahead
  4. For sure you don't have, because Microsoft has stopped shipping new features. No development means no bugs. No new features doesn't mean they are not working on existing stuff? It's quite clear you don't know much about software development but are just saying things. Yeah, yeah, sure. Have you looked at the list of fixes of each new Insider build? I'm talking about the detailed list, not the one with the front facing features that usually contains... one change in the Feedback Hub. Exactly because I know software development I'm saying that when you don't add new (breaking or not) changes and features to a software project, you will not have new issues and bugs.
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  6. dear community, well i allways thought that we are able to choose what happens when we close the lid of our laptops once our work is over. i allways thought that we have many options: Closing the lid can result in the linux system is shutting down, sleeping or hibernating. I allways thought that we control the behavior and decide what we want tod do, once we close the lid. guess that we can sum it up - that there are particularly 3 methods for powering down in linux. - making the PC going to sleep - making the system hibernating the PC - that means bringing the system into the hibernate status - turn it off completely - that means switching off completely - fantasitic - is nt it? The Sleep options consumes only a very little power With this - the pc can wake up after sleep. security-levels: Chances of losing your work due to battery draining are minimized to zero in the Sleep mode as the OS automatically saves all our work before turning off your PC when the battery is too low. This so called sleep mode is often brought into use when a person is away from his desk just for a short while. more options: We have even more options - eg. the so called the Hibernate option, Well - to explain it a bit more: to compare it with other methods and options: in comparison to the Sleep mode uses even less power and lands us at the same position where you last left off. The so called Hibernate-option however, should be used when we are aware that we won’t want to use our laptop or our computer for an extended period. i guess that this is pretty clear to understand. There are differences between the different modes: we have Hibernate or Shutdown and here to see the difference between Sleep & Hibernate. question: is it possible to push the laptop to any of the three power states described above, by simply closing the lid of the machine?
  7. Fleet Command

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

    (LOL) You are right. Some apps I love to be freakin' complicated. I mean Calibre does everything related to e-books, and it has so many settings! But its viewer must be simple enough for everyone. Plus, it supports all known e-book formats.
  8. I think the potential for scientific breakthroughs with quantum computing is great personally. I'm hoping one day we can put quantum computers to good use.
  9. From my limited understanding any security in place on the internet today is possible because of how hard factoring large semi-prime numbers is. Quantum computers would be able to do in a second, what would take all the computing power we have on earth 1000's of years to do. Prototype quantum computers exist, so it certainly wouldn'thurt to think about the future sooner, rather than later. I mean.. the computers non-quantum today are pretty fast enough. Besides cracking into data centers for any reason, is there any better purposes of having them? Also, when it comes to patent grabbing, at this level I assume having patents for quantum computing wouldn't matter. There should be no restrictions in solving the best way to disrupting important data centers. Just as there are no "Patent" restrictions with Nuclearpowered Hypersonic ICBMs. Are there any man-made rules for war? 50v50 or the game is off. Someone shows up with 500 and the game has to be rescheduled, right.. Once one-side has died off the most to be ineffective, it's over. I think running simulations for scientific research, such as beating cancer for example is where I think quantum computers will potentially be very useful.
  10. George P

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

    It sounds to me like they are adding this to the new edge, look at what they officially said in the above update. The timing here is key. They're not removing this from the old one till they're ready to replace it with the new version of Edge. To me that sounds like they'll be adding as much of the old reader features into the new chromium edge as possible. https://support.microsoft.com/...n-epub-app-to-keep-reading" rel="external nofollow">https://support.microsoft.com/...an-epub-app-to-keep-reading Oh well, outside of PDFs I never read a book through a browser. I suppose if the reader apps they talk about in that post are good, then I don't see the issue?
  11. The UFOs could have given the thoughts of the inventors to make the device so they are far ahead than that question.
  12. From my limited understanding any security in place on the internet today is possible because of how hard factoring large semi-prime numbers is. Quantum computers would be able to do in a second, what would take all the computing power we have on earth 1000's of years to do. Prototype quantum computers exist, so it certainly wouldn'thurt to think about the future sooner, rather than later. I mean.. the computers non-quantum today are pretty fast enough. Besides cracking into data centers for any reason, is there any better purposes of having them? Also, when it comes to patent grabbing, at this level I assume having patents for quantum computing wouldn't matter. There should be no restrictions in solving the best way to disrupting important data centers. Just as there are no "Patent" restrictions with Nuclearpowered Hypersonic ICBMs. Are there any man-made rules for war? 50v50 or the game is off. Someone shows up with 500 and the game has to be rescheduled, right.. Once one-side has died off the most to be ineffective, it's over.
  13. Weekend PC Game Deals: Freebies, free events and gamescom sales pour in by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe Weekend PC Game Deals is where the hottest gaming deals are amassed into an easy to follow format, every week, from all over the internet. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallets. Let's kick things off with the giveaways happening this week, with two games coming your way to claim for free from two launchers. Ubisoft is back again with For Honor, offering the medieval fighting title as a freebie to those who already do not own it from the three previous giveaways that have happened across three stores. You can now attach the game to your Uplay account and this time it is the Standard Edition. The giveaway lasts until August 28. Epic Games Store isn't slacking this week either, with its own Fez giveaway popping up to replace the previous duo. This 2D platformer with a literal 3D twist is yours if you claim it through an Epic Games account, and the giveaway is slated to last until August 29. The store is promising a couple of heavy hitters for next week's promotion, with Celeste and Inside coming through as the free games. Free Events Celebrating gamescom 2019, Ubisoft put up a new trial of its popular city-building strategy game Anno 1800 earlier this week, and there's still some time left on its counter if you'd like to try the sandbox and multiplayer modes for free. Meanwhile, the Warhammer 40k universe-set strategy game Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is also free-to-play this weekend alongside the hunter vs survivors multiplayer action game Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST from the Dead by Daylight studio. Lastly, the NIS-developed Japanese dungeon crawler Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk is having a free weekend as well. Big Deals In addition to sales celebrating gamescom, there are several lingering summer sales still offering their wares this weekend. Don't forget that Fanatical store's extra 10% off "FANATICAL10" code is active still. Also, Xbox Game Pass' PC variant is currently discounted, offering one month for $1 and three months for $4.99 to those who aren't already enrolled. It provides access to these games as long as you are subscribed. Finally, check out our hand-picked list of big deals for this weekend down below: Anno 1800 – $40.19 on Ubisoft Store The Division 2 – $29.99 on Ubisoft Store Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 – $23.99 on Steam Monster Hunter: World – $23.49 on IndieGala Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy – $20.09 on Steam SUPERHOT VR – $14.99 on Steam Owlboy* – $14.99 on Humble Store Grand Theft Auto V – $14.99 on Steam Shadowrun Complete Collection – $13.98 on Humble Store Jurassic World Evolution – $13.49 on Steam Supraland – $13.39 on Steam Anno 2205 Ultimate Edition – $12.49 on Steam Onward VR - Early Access – $12.49 on Steam Watch_Dogs 2 – $11.99 on Humble Store Obduction – $10.49 on Humble Store SUPERHOT – $9.99 on Steam Kerbal Space Program – $9.99 on Steam Elite: Dangerous – $8.99 on Steam WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship – $8.00 on Steam Guacamelee! 2 – $7.99 on Steam Mafia II – $7.49 on Steam Anno 2070 Complete Edition – $7.49 on Steam Deathgarden: Bloodharvest - Early Access – $7.49 on Steam Override: Mech City Brawl – $7.49 on Steam Stronghold 2 – $7.49 on Steam Far Cry 3 – $6.80 on GamersGate Road Redemption – $6.79 on Fanatical The Settlers 7: History Edition – $6.37 on GamersGate Rayman Legends – $6.37 on GamersGate Sonic Mania– $6.19 on Fanatical Pyre – $5.99 on Steam Stephen's Sausage Roll* – $5.99 on Humble Store Syberia 3 – $5.99 on Steam The Settlers: Rise of an Empire - History Edition – $5.10 on GamersGate The Settlers: Heritage of Kings - History Edition – $5.10 on GamersGate Far Cry Primal – $5.00 on Ubisoft Store Puyo Puyo Champions – $4.99 on Humble Store Battlefield 1 – $4.99 on Origin Battlefield 4 – $4.99 on Origin STAR WARS Battlefront II – $4.49 on Origin Transistor – $3.99 on Steam Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! – $3.24 on Fanatical Tomb Raider (2013) – $2.79 on Fanatical Bastion – $2.99 on Steam Redeemer: Enhanced Edition – $2.10 on GamesPlanet Superflight – $0.74 on Steam For Honor – $0 on Uplay Fez – $0 on Epic Store *DRM-free version is also included DRM-free Goodness GOG recently passed the milestone of fulfilling two million Community Wishlist requests on its store. Celebrating this, the DRM-free shop has put up over 250 games on sale, see some highlights below: TimeShift - $9.99 on GOG Diablo + Hellfire - $8.99 on GOG Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition - $6.79 on GOG The Settlers: Rise of an Empire - Gold Edition - $6.79 on GOG Pyre - $5.99 on GOG SWAT 4: Gold Edition - $4.99 on GOG Transistor - $3.99 on GOG Caesar 3 - $3.89 on GOG STAR WARS Battlefront II (Classic, 2005) - $3.49 on GOG Earthworm Jim 1+2: The Whole Can 'O Worms - $3.39 on GOG Freespace 2 - $3.39 on GOG Bastion - $2.99 on GOG Close Combat 2: A Bridge Too Far - $2.99 on GOG RollerCoaster Tycoon: Deluxe - $2.99 on GOG SimCity 3000 Unlimited - $2.49 on GOG Commandos Ammo Pack - $2.39 on GOG STAR WARS Starfighter - $2.09 on GOG Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver - $1.49 on GOG Might and Magic 7: For Blood and Honor - $1.49 on GOG Populous: The Beginning - $1.49 on GOG Theme Hospital - $1.49 on GOG Wing Commander 1+2 - $1.49 on GOG Keep in mind that availability and pricing for some deals may vary depending on the region you're in. And that is it for our pick of this weekend's PC game deals folks, and hopefully, some of you have enough self-restraint to not add even more games to your growing backlogs. Of course, there is an enormous amount of more deals ready and waiting all over the internet if you comb through it hard enough, so keep your eyes open for those, and have a wonderful weekend.
  14. Maybe observing beams super invisible wavelengths like a laser that scatter the paths of the particles.
  15. ParadiseLost

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

    The only thing I used Edge for lol.
  16. damn, 10-30 years.. if we live that long w/ money it would be great I wonder if Hell and Heaven consist of all the living soul creatures in the entire Universe or is it isolated to each Planet or Galaxy? Also wondering the purpose of everything happening w/ the NDE videos on Youtube. For sure we are underneath some Superintellectual processing system. Just as AI is under us, we are under that. The secret selected "God will process" for each individual is what to understand truly. Hopefully, with AI, it can reveal it with great precision because isn't the ultimate goal to be making into Heaven after death? It's a speculative guess but what else better do we have?
  17. BudMan

    Could this be malware?

    I hadn't noticed that screenshot before.. I would agree 46GB of SSD space is nothing to sneeze at If had to guess, I would say its setting for over provisioning... Would have nothing to do with this issue.
  18. Except this is an indie developer, who really needs that money. Screw AAA, sure, but Indies I do understand why they are doing it. What angers me and everyone else is lies about "better for our players". No, you did it for the money, and it is fine. I don't care what the status of the developer is. It's the principle of the thing. I will not support devs that put a game on Epics store exclusively. Ever. For any period of time.
  19. Peresvet

    Could this be malware?

    TL;DR 6 pages, so sorry if it's been addressed already, but you are missing lots of unallocated space there, ~ 46GB.
  20. BudMan

    Could this be malware?

    Well you should prob look into the details of each error/warning and look to correct stuff that is not correct. I'm not seeing any dcom 10010 errors, but in mine I see some 10016, which I have just corrected. Decom permissions can be adjusted.. Volmgr 46, points to crash dump file not there? Not created? http://www.eventid.net/display-eventid-46-source-volmgr-eventno-10647-phase-1.htm Are you disabling swap?? ie your pagefile?
  21. Except this is an indie developer, who really needs that money. Screw AAA, sure, but Indies I do understand why they are doing it. What angers me and everyone else is lies about "better for our players". No, you did it for the money, and it is fine.
  22. Vince800

    Could this be malware?

    I really think that it would be helpful if you could record a video of this happening as it may be an easy answer if we could actually see what you're getting here. You could even record the screen using a camera or phone if you're not familiar with OBS etc. Just as thought, are you sorting folders by date? I've found that on Windows if you have a large number of files in a directory and it's sorted by date, it will take a few seconds to sort itself on first access sometimes.
  23. dustojnikhummer

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

    I don't know about you, but I don't insist on using the web browser to read e-books. Any good e-book reader will do. Calibre is free and open-source, you know. Calibe is way too complicated for most users.
  24. dustojnikhummer

    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 It is on their To-do list. Alongside better scrolling, OneNote integration, etc.
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