Google has raised the minimum requirements for devices that will run Android 13.
Now smartphones and tablets that want to get the new operating system must have at least 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of non-volatile flash memory.
Google last adjusted the minimum hardware requirements with the release of Android 11 in 2020. At that time, the minimum threshold was 512 MB of RAM. At the same time, only the light version of Android Go could be run on devices with less than 2 GB of RAM.
However, it is worth adding that recently most smartphones have 4 or 6 GB of RAM.
New issue with Windows 11 22H2: Downloading and copying files can now slow down by up to 40%
Another problem has been found in the Windows 11 22H2 operating system. This time it affects the speed of file copying. The chief program manager of the company, Ned Pyle, spoke about it. As it turned out, when copying large files from a remote PC or server to a Windows 11 computer, the speed drops dramatically in the process.
When copying files of several gigabytes, the speed indicator dropped by 40%, and it was on the Windows 11 22H2 system. According to Pyle, this may be related to the operation of the SMB network protocol, this is by far the most likely scenario. However, the same was noted even when copying local files on the computer itself.
The company continues to look for the cause of the problem, at the moment it is unknown. Users are advised to use the robocopy or xcopy utilities with the /J option to copy files. In this case, everything works as it should. An example code looks like this:
robocopy someserversomeshare c:somefolder somefile.ned /J
Also, according to media reports, you can use other copying utilities such as TeraCopy, FastCopy or CopyMaestro.
This is not the first problem with Windows 11 22H2. Printer failures have been previously reported.
iOS 16.1 beta 4 released. Changelog
iOS 16.1 beta 4 was released yesterday, bringing us closer to the release of the final version of iOS 16.1. It brings a number of new features to iPhone, including Live Activity, Green Energy Charging, changes to the lock screen, a redesigned battery percentage icon, and more.
Enthusiasts can update their iPhone to iOS 16.1 beta 4 by going to the Settings app, selecting General, and then selecting Software Update. Build number 20B5064c.
List of innovations:
- live activities. Helps you to follow sports competitions, deliveries and other events in real time, right from the lock screen;
- Live Activity API. The toolkit is open to third-party developers
- The Apple Wallet app can be uninstalled: OS 16.1 now allows users to uninstall the Wallet app for the first time. Removing the Wallet app means you won’t be able to use a number of different features, including Apple Pay, Apple Cash, and Apple Card;
- Matter Support: Matter is the new smart home connectivity standard that will allow compatible accessories to work seamlessly together across platforms;
- Shared iCloud Photo Library: A new way for families to seamlessly share photos with a dedicated iCloud Photo Library where up to six users can collaborate and contribute. Users can share existing photos from their personal libraries, or share them based on the start date or people in the photos;
- Charging with green energy. Clean Energy Charging aims to reduce the iPhone’s carbon footprint by optimizing charge times when the grid uses cleaner energy sources;
- Battery percentage for more iPhone models: The battery percentage icon is now also available on iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 mini, and iPhone 13 mini.
In addition to iOS 16.1 beta 4, Apple has also released:
- iPadOS 16 beta 11
- macOS Monterey 12.6.1 beta
- macOS Ventura beta 10
- tvOS 16.1 beta 4
Elon Musk wants to create X – “an application for everything.” Buying Twitter will speed up the process
On his Twitter page, billionaire Elon Musk said on Tuesday that the Twitter purchase is “an accelerator for building X, the app for everything.”
Prior to that, he sent a letter to Twitter in which he announced his intention to acquire the microblogging network for an initial cost of $44 billion. This is $54.2 per share.
As for “app X”, according to Bloomberg, this service could be very similar to China’s WeChat super app. The billionaire previously openly admired the app, which grew from a messaging service into a mini internet with a billion user base.
He has speculated about making Twitter more useful, pointing out that he wants it to be more like WeChat and TikTok, the video-sharing service that has become popular in the US and around the world. And he drew parallels with the so-called super apps that are common in parts of Asia, allowing people to use a single smartphone app for a range of services, from communication to calling a car.
While Musk did not reveal his final plans for Twitter, he did say the service could charge business users and government officials.
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