Microsoft Edge is getting text predictions on Windows 10 and Windows 11

Microsoft is working on yet another interesting feature for Chromium Edge called text predictions that will use the tech giant’s in-house AI and ML technology to suggest the best word possible while users are typing on the web. This feature is rolling out to select users on Windows 10 and Windows 11 in the Canary Channel of the browser. Microsoft Edge’s text predictions feature is similar to how Microsoft Editor or Outlook’s predictions work. For example, if you want to accept Microsoft’s text predictions, you just need to tap on the tab key or the right arrow key. If you want to ignore the suggestion, you can just keep typing… Read More »

G.Skill Blitzes DDR5 World Record With Trident Z5 at DDR5-8888

For users buying a memory kit of DDR5, if they want to adhere to Intel specifications, will buy a DDR5-4800 kit. Though through XMP, there are other faster kits available – we’ve even tested G.Skill’s DDR5-6000 kit in our memory scaling article. But going above and beyond that, there’s overclocking. Back in November 2021, extreme overclocker ‘Hocayu‘ managed to achieve DDR5-8704 using G.Skill’s Trident Z5 DDR5-6000 memory. As always with these records, they are made to be broken, and fellow Hong-Kong native lupin_no_musume has managed to surpass this with an impressive DDR5-8888, also using G.Skill Trident Z5 memory, with an ASUS’s ROG Maximus Z690 Apex motherboard, Intel’s Core i9-12900K processor,… Read More »

Zoom is crashing Windows laptop

If Zoom crashes your Windows laptop resulting in a Blue Screen OR if Zoom itself keeps crashing on your Windows 11/10 PC, then this detailed guide will help you. We have discussed both scenarios in this post. Zoom is a video and audio conferencing app that lets users attend and conduct webinars, join live chats, etc. Some users are unable to join or conduct meetings through Zoom. According to them, their laptops crash during Zoom meetings. If you are experiencing the same issue with Zoom, this article may help you fix it. One possible cause of this problem is the incorrect power availability requests sent by the Zoom app. This… Read More »

Windows 10 KB5009596 is now available with new feature and improvements

Windows 10 KB5009596 has been released and it actually comes with a new feature that will help you migrate to Windows 11. Additionally, Windows 10’s optional update also comes with a bunch of general improvements and fixes, including a fix for an issue where all Bluetooth devices. KB5009596 is an optional update and it is much safer than the preview builds offered as part of the Windows Insider Program. You should install the optional update if you’ve issues with your Windows 10 installation and you cannot wait until February’s mandatory Patch Tuesday rollout. The main highlight of the latest optional update is support for a new feature called “Sync your… Read More »

Android malware BRATA can now wipe your smartphone after stealing your data

Android is the most popular operating system in the world, with more users than any other. Such a large user base makes it a juicy target for cyber-criminals, and we’ve seen the platform targeted time and time again over the years with varying degrees of success. One malware that has proved to be particularly difficult to shake off has been BRATA, a remote access trojan that has been used to steal banking details in the past. Now an updated version of the malware has been discovered in the wild, and it has a few new capabilities — including the ability to wipe your phone’s data as a kill-switch. A report… Read More »

How to allow or block Cookies on specific Websites on Google Chrome

It is possible to allow or block cookies on specific websites on Google Chrome using the in-built settings. However, if you are unable to access the Settings page due to some restrictions, you can follow this guide. Here is how you can allow or block cookies from specific websites on Google Chrome with the help of the Local Group Policy Editor and the Registry Editor. How to allow or block Cookies on specific Websites on Google Chrome To use the Local Group Policy Editor method, it is mandatory to install the Chrome Group Policy template first, which can be downloaded from chromeenterprise.google. Now, to allow or block cookies on specific… Read More »