The Windows 10 operating system was launched almost six years ago, but during this time, little has been done to improve the simultaneous work with multiple monitors, which is not uncommon for a long time.
When you are using two or more monitors with Windows 10, you may encounter an issue where open programs or tabs move to a different location on the monitor, or fill one screen completely when the device goes to sleep. Users have been asking Microsoft to resolve this issue for a long time and it looks like Windows 11 will finally introduce advanced settings for working with multiple monitors.
The leaked build of Windows 11 has an option that allows the operating system to remember the location of each window on separate monitors. This means that if you leave multiple windows open on both monitors, when you reconnect the display or after waking up the PC, all windows will remain where they were. This should potentially solve the problem of random windows or tabs being moved or all open applications overflowing on one of the monitors.
In addition, as soon as you disconnect one of the monitors, instead of moving the program to the still connected monitor, Windows 11 will minimize the applications to the notification area.
“Revenge” of the market for huge margins on video cards. Adapters continue to get cheaper, and the Radeon RX 6800 in Europe collapsed in price by more than 20%
Video cards continue to get cheaper, despite the fact that the average markup on the market is already near zero.
|Minimum price on May 31, euro||178||178||315||419||449||529||609||829||879||968||1229|
|Minimum price for today, euro||159||169||295||389||409||499||580||649||759||949||1199|
|RX 3050||RTX 3060||RTX 3060 Ti||RTX 3070||RTX 3070 Ti||RTX 3080||RTX 3080 Ti||RTX 3090||RTX 3090 Ti|
|Minimum price on May 31, euro||309||420||534||619||750||869||1249||1619||2000|
|Minimum price for today, euro||300||399||499||599||699||849||1049||1600||1889|
As you can see, absolutely all models have fallen in price. In some cases, the price reduction is very small, but some individual adapters have fallen in price quite noticeably. The record holder here is the Radeon RX 6800, which for a long time maintained a very large margin compared to other models in the line. Immediately, the card fell by 22% in a month.
We can also note the Radeon RX 6500 XT, which continues to get cheaper, although it has long been sold much cheaper than the recommended price. At this price, it simply does not have any competitors with comparable performance. Nvidia does not offer anything new in this segment, and the same GeForce GTX 1650 is sold more expensive.
An insider claims that AMD is preparing new processors with 3D V-Cache technology – there will be, among other things, budget solutions
AMD is not done with socket AM4. According to the insider Greymon55, who publishes his forecasts on Twitter, the “red team” will expand the list of processors with Ryzen 3D V-Cache technology, and the list will include both top-end solutions and budget ones.
According to Greymon55, AMD is preparing several new Zen 3D solutions for socket AM4. It appears to be versions of the Ryzen 5000 line of processors. For example, the existing AMD 5800X3D is based on the 5800X with more cache, while retaining 8-core/16-thread execution.
The source believes that the new chips may be based on Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X. At the moment, it is not known how much cache memory such processors can get, but the very fact of increasing the amount of cache will have a positive effect on gaming performance.
If this information is correct, then processors with 3D V-Cache will allow owners of AM4-based computers to get an update without having to change the motherboard and RAM.
In addition, WCCF Tech journalists believe that processors for socket AM5 can also potentially receive versions with 3D V-Cache technology. However, this has not yet been confirmed.
Earlier, an insider accurately predicted a reduction in the cost of video cards.
Official: Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro 2022 will receive Intel Core 12 P-series processors along with a 4K OLED screen
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