Users spread the blame around as DisplayLink technology goes dark after Apple’s update to its PC OS.
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The browser is available now in developer builds.
The browser maker is touting 'Facebook Container' as a way to wall off users' Facebook activities – a new bid to attract the privacy conscious.
Mozilla, in a new 2018 roadmap, plans to follow Google's lead by adding an ad filter to its Firefox browser this fall.
The company also plans to end support for 1607 to users of Windows 10 Home and Pro.
The Server 2019 early look is available through Windows Insider, the preview program Microsoft established before Windows 10's launch and expanded last year to include Windows Server.
Beginning with the upcoming spring update to the OS – likely to arrive in early April – users will find the upgrade process is faster.
Microsoft has mandated that its built-in Edge browser handle the opening of links within the Windows Mail app.
But Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs must still contain approved antivirus to receive post-Spectre/Meltdown patches.
According to Net Applications, macOS accounted for 10% of the global PC user share in January and virtually the same level in February.
The move riles enterprise users who still rely on older apps to access email because Outlook apps don't cut it for them.
The feature upgrade is now expected to be released in early April; Microsoft's naming convention drew some barbs on Twitter.
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Based on the current progress for Windows 10 version 1809, due out this fall, it now looks like the spring update for the OS will arrive on April 3 or 10.