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Microsoft won’t just bring back full-fledged widgets to Windows, Windows 11 will add support for third-party widgets

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At the end of the week, a test assembly of the next Microsoft OS – Windows 11 – was leaked to the network. As a result, more and more details about the new OS appear on the network.

In the leaked build of Windows 11, there is already an early implementation of widgets. Unfortunately, so far this is not much more than the News and Interests widget that has become available in the taskbar in Windows 10.

Now, however, the authoritative network whistleblower WalkingCat claims that Microsoft plans to significantly expand the functionality, including support for third-party widgets, which will allow users to customize the widget menu to their liking. However, initially Windows 11 will be able to work only with proprietary Microsoft widgets, and support for third-party products will be implemented at a later date.

This is further confirmed by developer Rafael Rivera, who did not find any APIs associated with third-party widgets in the leaked build. This indicates that the first stable version of Windows 11 will not be able to work with third-party widgets.

It is expected that the new full-fledged Windows widgets can be brought to the front by swiping your finger or cursor from the edge of the screen, just like the Miracle Panel in Windows 8.

There are quite a few reliable leaks in the WalkingCat arsenal. He reported long before the announcement of such new products as, for example, the bean headphones Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G laptop, Intel Tiger Lake mobile processors. But most often WalkingCat gives out information in one way or another related to Microsoft.

Windows 11 is set to make its official debut at an event scheduled by Microsoft on June 24, 2021

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Popular Action Launcher Android skin gets more free features

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Popular Action Launcher Android skin gets more free features

Action Launcher is a fairly popular shell for the Android operating system among paid ones. The developers have released Action Launcher v50, which has many more free features for those who do not want to pay for such features.

The app has gone through a lot of improvements over the years to keep up with some of the key improvements made by Google. However, in recent times there has been more and more criticism that the free basic version had a minimum number of features.

Popular Action Launcher Android skin gets more free features

The Action Launcher’s implementation of the Freemium system has historically been terrible. We pushed people too aggressively to buy the Plus upgrade, which turned off so many people, and the app was hardly interesting for non-paying users.

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Action Launcher v50 is suitable for everyone whether you pay or not. The new version offers an improved search engine that uses the Pixel Launcher. Action search gives you the best results on the web and on your device, as well as some action launcher settings that can be toggled right from the home screen.

In addition to action search and other free features, the action launcher’s own settings are changed. The app adds a settings search bar as well as shortcuts to recently changed settings.

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Huawei introduced a 65-inch 4K tablet with Windows and Android preinstalled

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Huawei introduced a 65 inch 4K tablet with Windows and Android

Huawei has introduced a large 65-inch tablet with legs in China – a novelty called the IdeaHub Board 2 is designed for use in the office. It can be used as an interactive screen when demonstrating a presentation, conducting seminars, etc.

Huawei introduced a 65-inch 4K tablet with Windows and Android preinstalled

The device is equipped with a 4K screen. Naturally, touch. There is also a powerful built-in audio system. The hardware platform is based on a 4-core processor, the volumes of operational and built-in flash memory are 4 and 32 GB. Interestingly, two operating systems are provided here at once – Android 9 and Windows 10, and you can switch between them at the touch of a button.

Huawei introduced a 65-inch 4K tablet with Windows and Android preinstalled

What’s more, the device gives you access to the branded IdeaHub app store, which has over 100 apps tailored to fit on such a large display.

Huawei introduced a 65-inch 4K tablet with Windows and Android preinstalled

IdeaHub Board 2 supports connecting peripherals (mouse or webcam), for which there are USB-C and USB-A ports. The dimensions of the device are 1485 x 92 x 893 mm and the price is $1535.

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50-inch, 4K, 24W sound, 8GB flash Android TV 10, inexpensive. OnePlus is preparing a budget TV Y1S Pro 50 “

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50 inch 4K 24W sound 8GB flash Android TV 10

OnePlus has announced the imminent expansion of its Y1S Pro series TV range, with a 43-inch model already in the lineup, and a 50-inch model will join it on June 27.

50-inch, 4K, 24W sound, 8GB flash Android TV 10, inexpensive.  OnePlus is preparing a budget TV Y1S Pro 50

At the moment, the retail price of the 43-inch Y1S Pro is $ 375, the 50-inch model will not be much more expensive, so given the screen size and characteristics, the new product can be written down in budget models.

50-inch, 4K, 24W sound, 8GB flash Android TV 10, inexpensive.  OnePlus is preparing a budget TV Y1S Pro 50

The parameters of the novelty have been announced, and they exactly correspond to the younger model: there will be a 4K panel with 10-bit color representation, support for MEMC and HDR10 / HDR10 +, a 24-watt audio system with Dolby Audio support, a MediaTek MT9216 single-chip system connected to 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of built-in flash memory, Android TV 10 OS with support for OnePlus Connect 2.0 technology (it allows you to broadcast a picture from OnePlus smartphones to a TV screen). There will also be support for Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11ac, two HDMI ports and two USB 2.0.

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