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April 18, 2018
Following a week of silence, Redmond is finally offering a fresh version of Redstone 4 aka the Spring Creators Update (Preview Build 17134) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, along with an explanation why the previous edition was axed.
 
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April 15, 2018
Users who had planned to spend quality time with their PCs while installing the latest functional upgrade on their Windows 10 machines may have been more than a little surprised to find that Microsoft decided to hold a regular Patch Tuesday instead. What happened?
 
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March 29, 2018
In the runup to the release of its Spring Creators Update, Microsoft has published a list that outlines the timeframes for when currently active and future versions of its client OS will be phased out.
 
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March 28, 2018
The typically well-informed folks at Thurrott.com have learned that Microsoft is adding the finishing touches to Redstone 4 or, as it will likely be known, Windows 10 version 1803. Based on this they're assuming the actual release date may coincide with the upcoming Patch Tuesday on April 10.
 
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February 15, 2018
As mobility retains its pivotal role in the digital transformation of the enterprise, more and more companies and professionals are looking for devices that bring the full workplace experience to traveling end-users. The new LIFEBOOK U938 will help them speed up the process.
 
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February 13, 2018
Users who still rely on Big Blue's legendary groupware may have a busy week ahead: According to a recently elevated security alert, the program's auto-update service (aka iNotes SUService) and the related client application can be tricked into "running malicious code from a DLL masquerading as a Windows DLL in the temp directory." Since most users consider auto-updaters to be inherently trustworthy, a flaw in these tools provides an elegant and extremely dangerous attack vector for miscreants to hijack the software and steal confident information or take control of affected machines.
 
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January 25, 2018
When it comes to popularizing solid-state disks (SSDs), few companies can (and will) claim they played a larger or comparably pivotal role in the effort than the Korean electronics giant. Earlier this week, the company launched the Samsung 860 PRO and EVO models (pictured above) as upgrades of their successful 850 lines of SATA SSDs, which premiered two and a half years ago.
 
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October 18, 2017
Fujitsu has further expanded its already large workstation portfolio with a completely redesigned CELSIUS M770 and a refreshed CELSIUS R970 model.
 
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September 28, 2017
Quite a while has passed since IT mags found anything positive to write about the world's oldest open-source browser. The arrival of Firefox 57.0beta (aka Firefox Quantum) could put an end to this season of lukewarm-at-best coverage.
 
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June 24, 2017
For the larger part of the past 30 years, finding speech recognition programs that work with Microsoft products wasn't exactly problematic. However, things could get tricky if one wanted solutions that were affordable, not limited in language and/or application support, and not third-party programs, all at the same time. Users still seeking for such a package may want to take a look at Microsoft's new Dictate add-in for office applications.
 
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April 26, 2017
South Korean memory specialist SK Hynix, whose products power hardware from Asus, Dell and IBM among others, claims to have a new 27 nm, 8 gigabit graphics chip ready for production that will start shipping in volumes early next year.
 
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April 18, 2017
Last August, Shad Larsen – Microsoft's Director of Windows Business Planning – felt an urge to clarify the set of rules that would define Redmond's future approach to upgrading installations of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 on 6th-generation Intel® Core™ and later processors. In a very clear-cut contribution to the official Windows blog, he explained that, while sticking with the obligations laid out in its Windows lifecycle fact sheet for Skylake-based devices, the company would reserve the right to no longer support the 'old' OS versions on then still upcoming 7th-generation chips from Intel or AMD.
 
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April 06, 2017
At 6:00 AM PST yesterday, Yusuf Mehdi – Microsoft's Corporate VP for the Windows and Devices Group – finally confirmed speculations that had been hovering around the 'net for weeks: the next feature upgrade for Windows 10 will be distributed to users worldwide from the second Tuesday in April onward, a date that happens to coincide with the regular patch day.
 
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February 28, 2017
Fans of Athlon and Phenom CPUs as well as users with limited budgets had long waited for this day: last week, AMD chief Lisa Su finally introduced the company's new flagship product, the Ryzen™ 7 desktop processor. Targeted at gamers and content creators, the new eight-core model will be available in three editions, arrive in stores on March 2 – and sell for less than half the price of comparable Intel gear.
 
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February 14, 2017
As many of you know, Fujitsu operates production facilities and branch offices in multiple European locations. This puts us in a very comfortable position whenever it comes to delivering products and services across the EMEIA region. But did you know that we also offer the opportunity to visit with us in order to gain deeper insights into Fujitsu products and technologies?
 
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December 28, 2016
We all know from experience that many long-term liaisons between browsers and operating systems were created for rational grounds rather than because of immediate or emerging bonds of sympathy between two software makers. Surprisingly enough, though, such strained relationships are often among the longest-lasting in the industry – as was the case with Mozilla's Firefox browser and Microsoft's discontinued-but-not-yet-completely-deceased OS's.
 
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November 30, 2016
In the early 2000s, WYSIWYG editors were a major asset in the tool chest of aspiring web designers who hoped these programs would help them generate/write clean HTML code in no time flat. In those days, virtually no one had heard about services and tools like Facebook, Tumblr or WordPress that have since turned the ability to create visually appealing websites from a rare talent into an acquired skill. Google's revamped Sites app now promises to take simplification to a new level, as it lets corporate users build web pages and wikis "without writing a single line of code."
 
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November 29, 2016
Microsoft has announced several updates for its Office 365 software suite that are supposed to make collaboration with co-workers easier and more efficient. The new capabilities include real-time co-authoring in PowerPoint, the ability to upload attachments to the cloud directly from Outlook, and more.
 
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October 29, 2016
For many years on end, Firefox users have suffered from the comparatively mediocre performance and resource hunger of their favored browser. Attempts to fix the underlying issues have so far had limited success; when compared to products from Google, Microsoft or Opera, Firefox still lags. Now, the freshly announced Project Quantum is supposed to remedy some of the longest-standing ills.
 
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October 02, 2016
Since its inception in 2003, Microsoft's regular monthly Patch Tuesday has garnered mostly positive reviews. Early reports about cases where it caused short-term malfunctions or even fried entire installations soon gave way to more favorable assessments as Redmond and its customers developed suitable update routines. As a result, patch days were no longer perceived as a threat. Then came the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
 
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