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Windows 10 finally fixes huge driver problem

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A major Windows 10 update coming in the fall of 2021 could finally fix the operating system’s big driver issue.

According to WindowsLatest, Windows 10 21H2, also known as Sun Valley, has moved third-party drivers to an isolated folder. At first glance, it doesn’t sound too exciting, but it’s a pretty important step.

Updating drivers is essential for the PC to function properly, but installing the wrong driver, or if the driver is found to be problematic, can have serious consequences for the PC, including fatal system crashes and decreased performance.

At the moment, all drivers are stored in the DriverStore under the System32 folder. This is an important system folder, so storing third-party and manufacturer drivers in it can cause problems.

In Windows 10 21H2, such “non-native” Windows 10 drivers will move from System32 to the “OEMDRIVERS” folder. As noted by WindowsLatest, this fundamental change has already appeared in early previews of Windows 10 21H2.

Windows 10 finally fixes huge driver problem

It is expected that such a move should improve system stability, reduce fatalities up to the “Blue Screen of Death”, as well as positively affect performance on systems where users regularly update drivers.

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You can turn off “Recommendations” in mobile Chrome

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You can turn off Recommendations in mobile Chrome

Google is preparing to introduce an innovation that will delight many users of the mobile version of the proprietary Chrome browser.

You can turn off

We are talking about the ability to remove the Discover ribbon (Recommendations) from the Chrome New Tab page. On mobile versions of the Google Chrome browser, the new tab page currently hosts a search bar, most viewed websites, and two content feeds. One of them is the traditional Google Discover channel (Google Recommendations), which shows a list of articles recommended for the user by Google algorithms.

You can turn off

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Soon, the browser should be able to remove this feed – using a special flag #feed-ablation, which will appear on the chrome://flags page. It’s already available in an early test build of Chrome Canary, and is expected to be released with the release of stable Chrome 103 next month.

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WhatsApp will stop working on iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. From autumn, the messenger will not be supported on iOS 10 and iOS 11

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WhatsApp will stop working on iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C

According to the WABetaInfo resource, which tracks all the innovations in the messenger, the application developers will stop supporting devices running iOS 10 and iOS 11 this year. This will happen on October 24th.

WhatsApp will stop working on iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C.  From autumn, the messenger will not be supported on iOS 10 and iOS 11

Thus, in the fall, WhatsApp will stop working on smartphones such as the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C. This data is confirmed by the WhatsApp Help Center, which indicates that the application requires iOS 12 (and higher) and Android 4.1 (and higher) to work.

Apple is expected to unveil iOS 16 at WWDC 2022 in June. It will introduce many new features, but at the same time, the new OS will not be supported by a number of the company’s popular phones – iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and first generation iPhone SE.

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Even Windows 11 has already been updated to Android 12.1. Microsoft has updated the subsystem Windows Subsystem for Android

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1653212993 Even Windows 11 has already been updated to Android 121

Microsoft continues to develop the idea of ​​combining Windows and Android. Recently, the company announced the release of an update to the Windows Subsystem for Android subsystem for its current OS.

Even Windows 11 has already been updated to Android 12.1.  Microsoft has updated the subsystem Windows Subsystem for Android

One of the main innovations is the transition to Android 12.1 (12L). The current public version is based on Android 11. Initially, the update is only available through the Dev Channel. When it will become available to everyone is still unclear.

Microsoft notes that updating to Android 12.1 may result in some apps not running. She does not specify which ones, but it probably refers to some old programs.

The update also strengthens the integration of Android into Windows. For example, pop-up messages are first displayed as Windows notifications. The taskbar now shows if an Android app is accessing your microphone or location.

The company also states that Android apps should work better after waking the computer from standby. Instead of restarting, they should just resume where they left off.

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