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Here’s what’s in store for the last ever Windows ‘Moments’ update

January 29th 2024 By Matthew Phillips Here’s what’s in store for the last ever Windows ‘Moments’ update Microsoft is soon going to release its latest update for Windows 11, known as “Moment 5” or the “February 24 Moment.” This update is expected to start rolling out in the next few weeks and it comes with some noteworthy changes that you’ll want to keep an eye on. But first, let’s address one thing: After this update, Microsoft is going back to

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Microsoft wants you to pay for updates

January 22nd 2024 By Matthew Phillips Microsoft wants you to pay for updates Microsoft has announced that starting on 14th October 2025, they will no longer provide free support and security updates for Windows 10. While the idea of paying for updates might raise some eyebrows, let’s put this into perspective. By 2025, Windows 10 will be a decade old, and Microsoft is likely to have introduced Windows 12. And as we know, Windows 11 is available today. Supporting multiple

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Are you ready for next-gen email security? (YES!)

January 15th 2024 By Matthew Phillips Are you ready for next-gen email security? (YES!) Google has unleashed a powerful new tool to make your Gmail inbox a safer and spam-free haven, and it’s called RETVec. But what exactly is RETVec? Well, let’s break it down in simple terms. RETVec stands for Resilient and Efficient Text Vectorizer. Fancy. In plain English, it’s a tool that makes Gmail even better at spotting annoying spam emails that try to sneak into your inbox.

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You’re not imagining it, video calls ARE stressful

January 8th 2024 By Matthew Phillips You’re not imagining it, video calls ARE stressful You know that feeling when you’ve spent way too much time in virtual meetings, and you’d trade your favourite coffee mug for some real face-to-face interaction? That’s called Zoom fatigue. It turns out there’s scientific evidence to back up what we’ve all been feeling. Recently, researchers from Austrian universities decided to take a closer look at the impact of video conferencing on our bodies and minds.

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An AI-charged blast from the past

An AI-charged blast from the past January 1st 2024 By Matthew Phillips Happy New Year. Remember Microsoft Paint? The simple drawing tool that many of us used to create pixelated masterpieces in our youth? It’s probably not an app you use very much these days. But what if I told you there’s a reason you might want to revisit it right now? Microsoft Paint is getting a serious upgrade in Windows 11 – and it’s all about AI. The big

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