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  • Windows 10 Mobile is receiving its death-day security updates

    Windows 10 Mobile is receiving its death-day security updates0

    There’s something familiar DEAR DIARY, As I watch the events back home unfold, a tear forms in my bossed-eyes. I left the UK to escape persecution – from politicians, from those who didn’t understand, from mum for constantly complaining about the Wotsit crumbs stuck to the bedsheets.  This morning, a young boy, a messenger from

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  • AMD details how fastest cores are picked in Ryzen Master & Windows

    AMD details how fastest cores are picked in Ryzen Master & Windows0

    In an effort to allay concerns that have been building on AMD community forums and Reddit, AMD’s Robert Hallock has taken to the latter to detail how the “best” cores are selected in both Ryzen Master and Windows and explain why the results differ between the two, revealing hitherto unknown information about the specifics. The

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  • Intel demos Optane DC Persistent Memory on Windows workstation

    Intel demos Optane DC Persistent Memory on Windows workstation0

    Intel has given high-level details about the next generation of its Optane technology at the Memory and Storage Day 2019 in Seoul, Korea, revealing it will arrive for datacentre customers next year while also showing off an early demo of the DIMM-based Persistent Memory implementation running on a Windows-based workstation. Currently available in everything from

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  • Windows 10 20H1 build 18990 rolled out for Insiders in the Fast ring

    Windows 10 20H1 build 18990 rolled out for Insiders in the Fast ring0

    Microsoft has released Windows 10 20H1 build 18990 for Insiders in the Fast ring Microsoft has rolled out the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18990 (20H1) for Insiders in the Fast ring. Build 18990 focuses mainly on performance improvements and bug fixes, although it also comes with a couple of new features. The most notable

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  • Microsoft in rare show of common sense over Windows Update

    Microsoft in rare show of common sense over Windows Update0

    Next stop, return of Clippy? MICROSOFT HAS CONFIRMED it’s working on a new feature it just thought of, and nobody else, honestly. Starting in the spring 2020 (20H1) update to Windows 10, Microsoft will begin to split those nasty updates we always moan about to separate crucial security updates from features, hidden telemetry tools and nagware.

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  • Microsoft rushes out fixes for two zero-day security flaws affecting IE and Windows Defender

    Microsoft rushes out fixes for two zero-day security flaws affecting IE and Windows Defender0

    Microsoft has issued an emergency security update to patch two security vulnerabilities Microsoft has issued an emergency security update to patch two security vulnerabilities affecting Internet Explorer and Windows Defender. Of these two, the first is a remote code execution (RCE) flaw, indexed as CVE-2019-1367. This zero-day vulnerability affects Internet Explorer (IE) versions 9, 10

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