Google has announced that it is removing the term "whitelisted" from its Admin console. It will now be referred to as "allowlisted", similar to how "denylist" is used instead of "blacklist".
Microsoft will start offering Windows 11 to qualifying devices on October 5. As it is a staggered rollout, it may take some time before it is offered to you, but you can get the RTM today if you want.
Today, we're discussing Microsoft Teams' integration with Windows 11. Although it features a decent flyout UI directly from the taskbar, we think that overall, it is quite unpolished right now.
Microsoft will start rolling out Windows 11 update to the public on October 5. Before the rollout begins, we take a look at what Windows 11 brings to the table and the hardware needed to run it.
Official benchmarks for Intel's upcoming Alder Lake-S flagship Core i9-12900K have been released today by SiSoftware. It has been compared with the last-gen Rocket Lake 11900K and AMD's Ryzen 9 5900X.
This weekend's PC game deals include a prison break sandbox giveaway from Epic Games Store, a Tropico bundle from Humble, a sole free event for a space sim, plus major sales from Sega and others.
Today, purported SiSoft Sandra and Cinebench R23 results for Intel's Alder Lake-S Core i9-12900K leaked. While the latter's score is quite impressive, the same cannot be said for Sandra.
A team at the University of California San Diego has made a breakthrough on lithium-ion batteries which boosts the energy density by up to ten times. A start-up will now attempt to commercialise it.
A document has revealed that most U.S. intelligence agencies, including FBI, NSA, CIA, and DHS use ad blockers due to fear of targeted ads and malvertising, even though they are not mandated to do so.
Microsoft is today releasing Windows 11 build 22000.194 to users in the Release Preview channel. The build is the same one that was released last week, and there are new ISOs as well
Today, the European Parliament will be voting on a new legislation by the European Commission to standardize USB-C charging across most devices. If it becomes law, OEMs will have two years to comply.
Microsoft announced recently that it would allow people on unsupported PCs to install Windows 11. However, such users may first have to agree to a formal pact that their PCs may not receive updates.
Chrome 94 is landing today with support for a couple of controversial APIs. One of those informs website authors about when a user is idle. Mozilla and Apple have serious concerns about it.
Microsoft has re-released the PC Health Check app, but now you must be signed in and registered as a Windows Insider in order to download it. it adds support for some 7th-gen Intel CPUs.
Apple pushed out an iTunes update earlier today, and for a small number of users, it appears that after applying it, they can no longer open iTunes due to "missing files" while for others, it's fine.
Amazon recently installed Netradyne Driveri AI cameras in delivery vehicles for road safety. The drivers, however, aren't too pleased as the system apparently punishes them for no wrongdoings.
Microsoft has redesigned File Explorer massively in Windows 11 with new icons, a simplified ribbon, and a context menu. That said, there are seemingly no new functionalities to speak of.
In this edition of Microsoft Weekly, there is news of new Windows 11 builds, a bunch of users who can no longer test it on VMs, monthly Patch Tuesday updates, Office 2021 release date, and more.
Oracle is making a new driver for VirtualBox that will allow it to do a passthrough to utilize the host's TPM. This may be in preparation for the new TPM requirement for Windows 11 on VMs.
A feature request on the Feedback Hub has gained a lot of traction with Insiders as it asks Microsoft to restore the ability to move the taskbar to the top or to the sides of the screen in Windows 11.
Microsoft has recently revealed that a KB update in August's Patch Tuesday effectively breaks printing for some organizations by repeatedly requiring admin credentials when printing.
This weekend's PC Game Deals include four games being given away across Epic Games Store and Steam, free events for strategy fans, bundled VR hits, sales from major publishers, and much more.
Microsoft has drastically modified its default apps configurations in Windows 11, and not in a good way. The new design is downright awful and makes it harder for people to switch default apps.
According to its September SUMO announcement post, Mozilla has started testing Microsoft's Bing as the default search engine for Firefox on a very small number of installations on desktops.
Updated models of characters in Halo Infinite have appeared online. They showcase Master Chief standing over a dead Brute. However, this Brute has much more detail than what we saw a year ago.
Microsoft has announced that its latest "perpetual" license of Office LTSC is now available for organizations. The consumer version, Office 2021, will be available on October 5, same as Windows 11.
Windows Insiders discovered yesterday that they could no longer update the Dev channel builds on unsupported hardware and VM guests, and that update has now also arrived to the Beta channel.
Sony-owned Nextorage has released M.2 NVMe SSDs just a couple of days after Sony made the SSD slot on PS5 open for expansion. The SSDs promise stand-out performance and are available in 1 and 2 TBs.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 Dev channel build 22458 that adds a new 'Sign-in options' link to the power menu in Start. There are also a bunch of bug fixes and known issues, as usual.
Microsoft has formally announced the death of passwords, at least on its services. Starting today, you can completely remove a password from your Microsoft account and use alternate methods instead.
Apple today took the wraps off its flagship devices, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The devices sport smaller notches, an adaptive high refresh rate display, improved cameras, and more.
Microsoft has begun rolling out Patch Tuesday updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The usual crop of updates includes a fix for the recently discovered Windows zero-day vulnerability.
Woolly mammoths could soon be walking the Earth as a couple of individuals - a scientist and an entrepreneur - are devising such genetically engineered beasts, in order to help with global warming.
Mozilla has circumvented Microsoft's anti-hijacking protections in Windows 10 and Windows 11 in order to allow users a simpler one-click process to change their default browser to Firefox, à la Edge.
Microsoft has added a nice visualization for battery consumption in Windows 11 along with a few nifty UI improvements. However, it has removed some features that were present in Windows 10 too.
This week in Microsoft news, there are new Windows 11 builds for Beta and Dev channels, security patches and zero-day bugs, Halo Infinite's next multiplayer preview news, and much more.
Apple has recently issued an advisory warning customers that extended exposure to high amplitude vibrations, such as those from a powerful motorcycle engine, may impact the iPhone's camera quality.
Ever since the first builds of Windows 11 started becoming available back in June, there was a workaround to complete setup without internet, that was later blocked. Here's a new workaround.
This weekend's PC game deals include a surprise giveaway from Epic for Souls-like fans, A new Choice and gaming bundle offering from Humble, a couple of new free events, and much more.
U.S. federal court Judge Rogers has ruled that Fortnite's naked "banana man", affectionately known as "Peely", can appear naked in court, should he grace us with his presence in the future.