Windows Might Finally Get MacOS’s Quick Look Feature

MacOS users have long enjoyed a simple yet useful feature: Quick Look. It lets you select a file and press the spacebar to see a preview of it. It can be used on almost anything, including videos, PDFs, Word docs, and images. Even better, with the file displayed you can…

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For Next-Generation CPUs, Not Moving Data Is the New 1GHz

(Credit: Tomekbudujedomek/Getty Images) One way the computer industry has slowly evolved in the past decade is a shift in where engineers are hunting for further performance and efficiency gains. The old focus on clock speed ended in 2004, when Intel canceled Tejas, Jayhawk, and the 4GHz Pentium 4. One could…

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Microsoft Pauses Windows 365 Sign-ups Due to High Demand

Microsoft recently announced the product we’ve all been wanting it to make for years: a full version of Windows running in the cloud, known as Windows 365. While the service is currently only available to businesses, Microsoft has encountered extraordinary demand. Only days after opening up free trials of Windows…

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Apple Accidentally Outed Upcoming M1X-Powered MacBook Pro

Apple’s WWDC event this year was filled to the brim with big software announcements, including new versions of iOS and macOS, but the rumored MacBook Pro revamp didn’t happen. However, Apple may have accidentally revealed its plans in that regard. Among the tags on Apple’s YouTube stream of the event…

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New ARMv9 Cortex X-2, A710 CPUs Deliver Major Efficiency Gains

ARM has released new information on what we can expect from the first generation of ARMv9 CPUs. The latest version of the ARM ISA debuted earlier this year with an emphasis on improving SIMD performance and security. Now, ARM has released information on what kind of baseline performance and efficiency…

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