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Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Android may not support Xbox One after all

We reported yesterday that Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem app for Android has been spotted in the Microsoft Store. The most interesting feature on the list was that the app supported both Windows 11 (aka Windows 10 version 2200.0) and Xbox One, something Microsoft had never mentioned before. Given Microsoft’s focus on …

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“The window of time is closing quickly”: authorities urge Louisiana to seek shelter from Hurricane Ida

Governor John Bel Edwards has warned Louisians of Hurricane Ida that time is running out to make final preparations and take cover before what should be a Category 4 storm begins to strike the Louisiana coast. Hurricane Ida is expected in the parish of Terrebonne around 7 p.m. Sunday, but …

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Windows 11: Don’t worry about power users, there’s something here for you too

Ahead of Windows 11 Launch, the spotlight has largely focused on interface and design improvements, but it looks like power users have something to be excited about as well. Behind the scenes, Microsoft worked on an upgrade for PowerToys, its suite of utilities for advanced Windows users. The library offers …

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Windows 11 dark mode will sound different from light mode

Microsoft has always paid close attention to the sounds that accompany each new version of its operating system, and Windows 11 is no exception. The main theme of the new operating system is calm. “Calmness is essential in today’s world, and it tends to depend on our ability to feel …

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Turns out all you need to gain administrator privileges on Windows 10 is plug in a Razer mouse.

Microsoft’s PrintNightmare fiasco brought the vulnerabilities exposed by installing third-party drivers to the attention of the hacker community and today hacker Jonhat has discovered that you can open a wide open door in Windows 10 by simply plugging in a Razer wireless dongle. Need a local administrator and physical access?– …

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Pacific Northwest braces for new multi-day heat wave

Multnomah County volunteers and staff unload cases of water to supply a 24-hour cooling center in Portland, Ore. On Wednesday, August 11, 2021, as a dangerous heat wave grips the Pacific Northwest. Gillian Flaccus / AP Residents of the Pacific Northwest braced for another major multi-day heat wave starting Wednesday, …

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How can we let our children have influence and power over the stock market that creates their future

Photo by Noam Galai / Getty Images Getty Images Young people are increasingly able to express their opinions as consumers. But there is one place where their voices are not heard: the stock market. What if there was a way? Here’s a depressing statistic I found recently, buried deep in …

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Passive House Saltbox / Atelier l’Abri

Passive House Saltbox / Atelier l’Abri © Raphaël Thibodeau + 20 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/966247/saltbox-passive-house-atelier-labri © Raphaël Thibodeau Text description provided by the architects. Passive house and LEED Platinum certified, Maison Saltbox is only the third certified passive building in Quebec. Built …

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Louisiana Lift Boat Seacor Power Detail Escape capsize survivor

A man who survived the capsizing of a boat lift off the coast of Louisiana told a Coast Guard hearing Monday that he had to smash a window with a fire extinguisher to escape the ship and that he had prayed to God as he drifted through the storm. rough …

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How to start Windows 10 in Safe Mode, then quit later

Safe mode is a Windows 10 function that starts your computer with most of its non-essential functions disabled. You must start in safe mode when you are repair a problem, or if the Windows 10 does not start normally. To exit Safe Mode, go to the “Boot Options” menu, or …

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