Microsoft has officially approved the use of Windows 11 on Mac computers with Apple M1 and M2 platforms.
Recall that when Apple switched to its own SoC, users lost the ability to use two operating systems on a Mac using Boot Camp.
There are other options left, but Microsoft hasn’t officially talked about them, and has now released a guide on how to use Windows 11 on the latest Macs.
There are only two options, as before. The first is using Parallels Desktop 18. This software allows you to run Arm versions of Windows 11 Pro and Enterprise in a virtual environment.
The second option is to use cloud technologies. In particular, Microsoft itself offers a cloud PC with Windows 365 cloud service starting at $31 per month. Both options, apparently, Microsoft focuses primarily on business customers. However, both options have limitations associated with virtualization.
The Gazprombank application has appeared in the AppStore, but it is fake
According to the press service of Gazprombank, an application with the symbols and logos of the bank – Gaz Pro Monitor – has appeared in the AppStore. Gazprombank emphasizes that this is a fake application and the bank has nothing to do with it, it is already dealing with this problem. Users who have already downloaded Gaz Pro Monitor are advised to delete the application and change the password to access the mobile bank if they have already used it to log into the personal account of the fake application.
The bank notes that fraudulent applications can gain access to users’ personal data. Recently, cases of the appearance of fake applications, primarily banking ones, have become more frequent. Current mobile versions can always be found on the official website of Gazprombank, and the bank’s mobile application has been removed from the AppStore a long time ago.
It’s like Nvidia, AMD and Intel combined DLSS, FSR and XeSS. Microsoft explained what DirectSR is, which will be integrated into Windows 11
Microsoft explained what DirectSR is, which we learned about just the other day.
It turned out that this is not some new upscale technology from Microsoft itself, but something even more interesting.
Microsoft DirectSR is an API that will allow you to use upscale technologies from different companies through a common set of inputs and outputs, allowing you to enable different solutions of this class using a single code path. This includes Nvidia DLSS, AMD FSR, and Intel XeSS.
Moreover, these same companies helped Microsoft develop DirectSR. That is, in a sense, DirectSR is a hub of all variants of supersampling technologies.
DirectSR will soon be available in the Agility SDK as a public preview, allowing developers to test it. In addition, Nvidia and AMD will also talk about this development at the GDC 2024 event in March.
Samsung Galaxy S24 features can now be tried on any Android smartphone
Samsung has updated the Try Galaxy app to allow users to enjoy Galaxy AI features even if they don’t have a Galaxy phone. The list includes features like Live Translate, which translates conversations in real time, Chat Assist, which helps users change the tone of their messages, and Note Assist, which automatically generates a summary of notes.
Previously, the Try Galaxy app was only available on iOS and was aimed at encouraging iPhone users to switch to Android. The app is now available for both Android and iOS, allowing users to try out the Galaxy S24 series and One UI 6.1 features before purchasing a new phone.
Try Galaxy mimics the look and feel of the Galaxy S24 home screen and includes tutorials and interactive content to help users learn how to use new features. There are also widgets with a breakdown of Google’s main AI features.
Live Translate allows users to communicate in different languages by translating phone calls and text in real time. Note Assist helps users organize their notes by automatically creating summaries and formatting text. Chat Assist helps users improve the tone of their messages, making them more professional or casual depending on the situation. Photo Assist provides photo editing tools such as removing objects, resizing images, and erasing reflections. Circle to Search with Google allows users to search for something on the screen by drawing a circle around it.
In addition to AI features, the app also showcases the Galaxy S24 series’ advanced camera tools, including Nightography Zoom for clear nighttime photos, Super Steady for recording videos of moving objects, and Portrait Mode for stunning portraits and selfies. Users can also explore new Galaxy themes and artistic wallpapers, and learn about features such as multi-device connectivity, file sharing, and health data tracking.
The Try Galaxy app is available in 20 languages. It can be accessed by visiting trygalaxy.com or scanning the QR code.
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