Microsoft released two builds of KB5015890 to the Beta Channel: the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.440 and Build 22622.440. Just like in the previous builds where the group of Insiders was split, one of the builds will receive the new features activated by default (Build 22622.440) while the other one (Build 22621.440) won’t. Nonetheless, Microsoft reiterates that those … [Read more...] about KB5015890 gives Beta Insiders new dialog box UI, Widgets content, and taskbar overflow
Archives for July 2022
Asus recently lifted the covers off its latest compact flagship smartphone — the Zenfone 9. The device features Qualcomm’s top-end Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chip, a 5.9-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, a 50MP dual camera setup, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and a 4,300mAh battery with 30W fast charging support. You can read all about our thoughts on the phone in our Zenfone 9 … [Read more...] about Download: Here are all the stock wallpapers from the new Asus Zenfone 9
Steam is a fantastic digital platform to buy your games from because it gives you the option to refund a game, even if you've played a bit of it. If you've ever bought a game and then had post-purchase regret because it was broken, buggy or just didn't live up to the hype then this is the feature for you. Steam's refund policy is also wonderfully forgiving as it lets you … [Read more...] about How to refund a game on Steam: Tips to get your money back
If you want to password protect bookmarks in Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge on your Windows 11/10 computer, then this post will be helpful. While there is no built-in feature or option in these browsers to set a password to access the bookmarks, you can use some free extensions for that. You can create a list of password-protected bookmarks and access those bookmarks using … [Read more...] about How to Password Protect Bookmarks in Chrome, Firefox and Edge
When you think of Roblox, even if you don’t play it at all, one of the first things that come to mind is the iconic sound that was associated with dying in the game: oof. This sound bite has been a part of many meme compilations, and fans still crack up when they hear it when playing the game. As of a recent update, though, it seems the effect has been replaced. Here is … [Read more...] about Can You Get the Old Oof Sound Back in Roblox?
2K Games and Firaxis Games revealed another video about the turn-based tactical game Marvel’s Midnight Suns, dedicated to one of its playable superheroes. This time around we get a deep dive into the history of Doctor Strange, A.K.A. neurosurgeon-turned-sorcerer supreme Steven Strange. This time around, the video doesn’t need to dig deep to find the hero’s connection with … [Read more...] about Marvel’s Midnight Suns Gets New Video All About the History of Doctor Strange
Today Square Enix announced the air date of the next Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live broadcast. The livestream will happen on Friday, August 2 at 4:00 am PDT, 7:00 am EDT, noon BST, or 1:00 pm CEST. It will air on YouTube (you can find the embed below), Twitch, and NicoNico. This will be the 72nd Letter from the Producer Live and the topic will be, of … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live 72 Dated; Will Reveal More of Update 6.2
If you’re looking forward to NBA 2K23, a new trailer dubbed the “First Look” delivers all the gameplay you could possibly want. We’re only currently a little over a month away from release, and this is probably not the last trailer we will see. There has been plenty of NBA 2K23 coverage leading up to this point, including the special edition that honors Michael Jordan. NBA … [Read more...] about NBA 2K23 First Look Trailer Gives Plenty of Gameplay
Time is quite a precarious thing. It can make or break not only people and their lives, but it also affect digital systems and networks and the way they work. And now, Meta, formerly Facebook, is putting its weight behind to change the way time is measured. But Meta is not the only company pushing for this change. It is being supported by all major tech companies such as … [Read more...] about Meta, Google, Amazon want to change how you measure time: Is it really needed?
Windows is the most commonly used operating systems in the world. Most new laptops come with Windows 11 installed on them. While battery efficiency has been getting better with each generation of laptops, it’s still not capable of running on battery for a complete day. Windows offers its users numerous options through which they can extend the battery standby and life … [Read more...] about How to increase battery life of your Windows 11 laptop