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A stripped-down Windows 10 mod with questionable security choices
In brief: The market of "modified" Windows versions has been around for a while. AtlasOS strives to be the "best" version of Windows 10 for gamers – or for hardware platforms which are a bit out of date to properly run a modern OS.
Nvidia increases dedicated GPU market share to 86 percent
Windows, Mac and web versions receive various new features
Robots are doing jobs humans are no longer interested in
It's still very expensive
Rumor mill: Nvidia looks set to finally unveil the RTX 4070 Ti, aka the rebranded RTX 4080 12GB, on January 3. The card's specs are all but confirmed, but one question gamers still want answered is the price, and how will it compare to the card that team green unlaunched? According to the latest reports and rumors, the next Lovelace entry will land at $799.
Two dozen security alerts in one day affecting many routers, range extenders, and Wi-Fi systems
All I want for Christmas is... a CSS bugfix
Economic downturn finally catches up to TSMC
TL;DR: The race to 1GHz was very much a real thing at the turn of the century. It was quite entertaining as well, coming down to a photo finish between AMD and Intel (the former took the win by mere days). Fast forward to today and you won't be able to find a new desktop CPU with a clock speed under 1.6GHz or so. But, you can underclock an existing chip to run much slower and that's exactly what NTDEV did in his latest video.
Following in the footsteps of File Explorer
Team red says 110 degrees Celsius is the normal junction temperature
New York becomes first state to sign right-to-repair legislation, but some R2R advocates are not impressed
Last minute changes made the law only applicable to devices made after the law takes effect next year
Rumor mill: Rumors over the last year have painted a tumultuous picture of the development of Intel's 14th-generation Meteor Lake processors. The latest information takes things a step further regarding Intel's struggles to transition from its current CPU architecture suggesting the company has canceled Meteor Lake's desktop variants. The upcoming series might be struggling to match, much less exceed, Raptor Lake's clock rates.
Which camp are you in?
This woman makes a comfortable living helping young people overcome their fear of talking on the phone
Using a smartphone is one thing, talking on it is a whole different can of worms
Raja Koduri returns to Chief Architect job
The Wii U effect?
Programmers must be educated about strong coding practices