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Now requires Windows 10. Google released the first version of Chrome under a new scheme

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Google has released a branded browser update. The latest version of Chrome 110 is now available to a limited number of users, but already belongs to the stable stage.

Now requires Windows 10. Google released the first version of Chrome under a new scheme

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Chrome 110 was the first version of Google’s browser to have an adjusted release schedule with a more cautious approach to distribution. Google has now given access to Chrome 110 to a small number of Chrome 109 users, with a major release coming in a week. It is assumed that this approach will allow developers to identify problems with the browser and fix them before a large-scale launch.

Chrome 110 contains a rather long list of changes, but many of them are mainly relevant to developers, not ordinary users. For example, Chrome 109 was supposed to be the first version of the browser to implement an alternative to Google support for CHIPS (Cookies Having Independent Partitioned State), a proprietary addition to Cookies. It looks like CHIPS support has been moved to Chrome 110.

Of the notable innovations, you can now insert characters like “ß” and “ς” in domain names. These characters have been handled correctly in Firefox and Safari since 2016. Another innovation is a simplified procedure for setting up languages ​​in the built-in Google Translate service for translating pages. Translator settings are available directly in the browser settings at chrome://settings/language.

Chrome 110 also drops support for Windows 7 and 8.1. The browser requires Windows 10 or later to run.

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The most powerful gaming laptop running Linux. Kubuntu Focus M2 presented with Core i9-14900HX, GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop and 2.5K 240 Hz screen

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The most powerful gaming laptop running Linux Kubuntu Focus M2

The Kubuntu Focus range has been expanded with the fifth generation Focus M2 laptop. The model differs from its predecessor in the presence of the flagship Core i9-14900HX processor, which took the place of the Core i9-13900HX.

The most powerful gaming laptop running Linux.  Kubuntu Focus M2 presented with Core i9-14900HX, GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop and 2.5K 240 Hz screen

Focus M2 5 Gen is offered in two versions – with screens with a diagonal of 15.6 and 17.3 inches. Accordingly, the younger model is equipped with discrete GPUs GeForce RTX 4060 Laptop or GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop, while the older model is available with GeForce RTX 4080 Laptop or GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop.

The 17-inch version is equipped with a 99 Wh battery and three M.2 SSD slots, while the younger model has two SSD slots and an 80 Wh battery. Dimensions of the older model are 396 x 278 x 25 mm, the younger one is 358 x 240 x 25 mm.

Both versions are equipped with IPS screens with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a frame rate of 240 Hz and a maximum brightness of 350 cd/m2. Interface connectors include two USB-C, DisplayPort and HDMI video outputs, and several USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type A ports.

The laptops come pre-installed with Kubuntu 22.04 LTE with KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS. The cost of the basic version of the 15-inch model is $1,895.

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Microsoft, this is a breakthrough: Windows 11 will update without rebooting

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Microsoft this is a breakthrough Windows 11 will update without

According to Windows Central, Microsoft is testing a new mechanism for installing monthly updates in Windows 11, which will not require a system reboot, and all innovations in the OS will be implemented instantly. Microsoft calls updates “hot patches.” Testers discovered this mechanism in the latest Windows 11 update, distributed in the developer channel.

Microsoft, this is a breakthrough: Windows 11 will update without rebooting

Microsoft itself defines “hot patches” as follows: “updating the code of a process running in memory without restarting the process” According to preliminary data, Microsoft will distribute security updates through the “hot patches” mechanism. Although there is no need to reboot immediately after an update, hot patches will still require a system reboot every few months.

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Gemini AI is now available in Google Chrome for effective content creation

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Gemini AI is now available in Google Chrome for effective

Google Chrome has received a new feature – a letter generator with artificial intelligence. At its core, the tool is Gemini-based, a “Help Me Write” feature built into Gmail but extended across the web and based on one of Google’s latest Gemini AI models. The company first announced the tool in January, and it remains in the “experimental” stage.

Gemini AI is now available in Google Chrome for effective content creation

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To activate this feature, you need to go to the Chrome settings menu and find the “Experimental AI” page. From there, you can enable this feature, as well as Google’s new automatic tab organizer. Currently, AI Writer is only available in English on Windows, Mac and Linux.

To use the function, you need to right-click on any text field and select “Help me write” from the context menu. You can use the function to create new content, or Gemini can rewrite existing text.

The functionality is mainly intended for small volumes, such as emails or support requests, and for larger volumes the model may not be of much help.

Gemini AI is now available in Google Chrome for effective content creation

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One of the great features is that the tool will take into account the site the user is on. “The tool will understand the context of the webpage you are on and suggest relevant content. For example, if you’re writing a review of sneakers, Chrome will pull out key features from the product page and make the text more valuable to potential buyers,” writes Google CTO Adriana Porter Felt.

As with Gmail’s Help Me Write feature, the length and length of the results is fairly easy to change.

The text, content and URL of the page on which the feature is used will be sent to Google in accordance with its existing privacy policy. Google notes that the information is “used to improve this feature, which includes research into generative models and machine learning technologies,” which includes a human review process.

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