Friday, April 19, 2024

Apple Officially Remove WhatsApp and Threads in China

Apple has removed two Meta apps from the App Store in China at the request of the Chinese government. WhatsApp and Threads are now no longer available on the App Store, meaning people can no longer download these messaging and social apps.

Apple's action was first reported by The Wall Street Journal on Thursday night US time. According to the report, Chinese internet regulators requested Apple to remove the Threads and WhatsApp apps from the App Store in China due to national security concerns.

LEAKED! Apple New HomePod with a touchscreen on top

 Apple is working on a new HomePod with a touchscreen on top. Now there are new images showing other parts of this HomePod prototype. These images strengthen the rumors about the HomePod with a screen.

In the post, Kosutami showed parts of the unreleased HomePod. This part has a large curved glass that covers almost the entire top of the speaker. This aligns with previous leaked prototypes, which had a curved LCD screen. The current HomePod only has a flat touch surface with a few LED lights to display colors.

Adobe Reelased The Adobe Express with Firefly AI on iOS and Android

Adobe has launched its latest application, Adobe Express, equipped with Firefly AI for iOS and Android devices. This application has been available in beta version for a number of users, and can now be downloaded by anyone. Let's take a closer look at all the new features brought by this Adobe Express update.

One of the biggest features of Adobe Express is its integration with Firefly AI, which is Adobe's artificial intelligence. Firefly enables users to easily accomplish various tasks when creating content for social media, whether it's images or videos. Users can use text commands to generate various things according to their desires.

Meta AI is Released

Meta has unveiled the "smartest" AI assistant in the world, namely Meta AI. They have just launched Llama 3, the latest version of their large language model, which will assist you with everything from finding recipes to reading news, right from the Meta social media platform.

Llama 3 promises to be the best in coding and various other metrics in the world of artificial intelligence. Now, you can easily get information from Google and Bing directly from your private chat or feed on Meta.

Thursday, April 18, 2024

How to Use Copilot to Get Answers from Specific Websites

 In this article, we will discuss how to use Copilot to get answers from specific websites. Copilot is a feature available in Microsoft Edge that allows you to summarize answers or long articles, as well as extract important information from reports or online articles.

To use Copilot to get answers from specific websites, you can follow the steps below:

What are the popular Torrent Search Engine sites?

In this article, we will discuss some popular Torrent Search Engine sites. These sites provide various movies and other files that you can download. The Windows Club does not endorse Torrenting or piracy activities. Therefore, we suggest you to check the applicable laws in your country before proceeding.

You can finally play chess on Apple Vision Pro

You can now enjoy an exciting chess-playing experience on Apple Vision Pro, especially with the newly introduced Spatial Persona feature. The latest update in Apple Arcade games brings one of the most beloved classic games: chess.

With this feature, you can sit face-to-face with up to three other players and experience the sensation of playing chess as if you were all in the same room.

How to Disable Automatic Wi-Fi Join on Your iPhone: A Guide to Secure Connections

Have you ever experienced your iPhone automatically connecting to Wi-Fi networks without your permission? Or perhaps you want to check the list of networks that your iPhone has automatically connected to? Well, follow the steps below to disable the iPhone's automatic Wi-Fi join feature for public and carrier networks.

By default, your iPhone will prompt for your permission when it detects an unfamiliar Wi-Fi network. However, there are some situations where the iPhone may automatically connect to Wi-Fi networks without asking for your permission.

Microsoft Relased More Detailed Info for Office 2024

Microsoft recently released more detailed information about the Office 2024 package after announcing that a new one-time purchase version would be available this year, replacing Office 2021. Currently, Microsoft has released a preview of Microsoft Office LTSC 2024, which is currently only available to corporate customers.

Office LTSC is intended for use cases that require long-term stability without the need for feature updates for years. This includes regulated devices, manufacturing process control equipment, or medical testing equipment running embedded applications.

Fedora 40 Will Be Released Next Week?

After experiencing a delay from the initial target earlier this week, Fedora 40 is now set to be released next week. In today's Go/No-Go meeting, it was decided that Fedora Linux 40 Final RC1.14 has met all release criteria with no remaining blocking bugs, thus it was agreed upon to release it next week.

Fedora 40 is scheduled to be officially released next Tuesday, April 23. In this release, users can expect to encounter various exciting updates, including the GNOME 46 desktop components, the new KDE Plasma 6.0 desktop, Linux kernel 6.8, as well as a large number of software package updates such as LLVM 18.

LAVD is New Rust Feature for Gaming

Changwoo Min and his team at Igalia presented kernel scheduler optimizations for Linux gaming at the recent Open-Source Summit North America. Their presentation highlighted efforts to reduce the stuttering often experienced while gaming on Linux platforms, with the primary motivation inspired by Valve's Steam Deck launch. However, this work is also aimed at improving the overall gaming experience on Linux.

In their presentation, Igalia focused on the impact of the Linux scheduler on stuttering during gaming, as well as how the "sched_ext" scheduler framework can be extended using Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF). This effort garnered attention for various reasons, ranging from exploration possibilities by Canonical/Ubuntu, prototyping of faster new scheduler designs, to the positive results shown for Linux gaming with the new scheduler implementation.

Apple AirPlay Finally Arrives on Hotel TVs


Now, you can use AirPlay to stream movies, TV shows, music, Fitness+ workouts, Arcade games, photo slideshows, and more from your iPhone to hotel TVs. The AirPlay feature is currently limited to around 60 IHG hotels with LG TVs, although it will be expanded to other locations "in the coming months."

It's been a year in the making. Apple initially announced its plans to bring AirPlay to hotels at the Worldwide Developers Conference in 2023. I'm not sure why it took Apple so long to get this done right, but Google's version of AirPlay, called Chromecast, is currently featured in hundreds of hotels—Apple is a bit late to the game on this one.

How to Try Android 15 Beta (And Remove the Installation Afterwards)

 If you're feeling adventurous and want to get a taste of what's to come with Android 15, you can easily install the beta version with just a few clicks.

The first beta release of Android 15 rolled out in April 2024, and Google plans to release new beta updates every month until the stable version is officially launched later this year. The roadmap specifically mentions releases up to July, but why wait when you can experience it now?

The Budget Smartphone Galaxy A35 Arrives in the US, Receives 5-Year Security Updates


Samsung has recently unveiled its latest budget-friendly smartphone, the Galaxy A35, in the United States. This phone is now available for purchase through Samsung's online store as an unlocked device. Priced at $400, customers can also avail discounts of up to $150 by trading in eligible devices. Additionally, there's an optional 30% discount offer for Galaxy Buds FE when purchasing the Galaxy A35, bringing down the price of these wireless earbuds from $100 to $70.

Sunday, April 14, 2024

CONFIRMED! Release Date for Mac with Apple Silicon M4 Series?

 Apple continues to push forward with its plans for the next generation of Apple Silicon, and the latest reports suggest that we may soon see the arrival of the M4 Mac. Here's what we know so far about this transition and what to expect from the upcoming M4 Mac series.

5 Reasons Why Now is the Best Time to Play Retro DOS Games

Have you ever missed your childhood in the DOS era? Do you want to relive the sensation of playing classic games that got you hooked? If the answer is yes, then you've come to the right place! Let's explore why DOS games are still worth playing and how you can enjoy them again in the modern age.

How to Play the Instagram Emoji Game

 In the world of Instagram filled with various features and fun, there's one secret game you might not know about: the emoji game! In this simple yet addictive game, you can challenge yourself to reach the highest score while having fun with your friends. Let's discuss how to play the Instagram emoji game and various tips to master controlling the paddle and scoring points!

Security Bite: Annual Cybercrime Losses Hit $9.2 Trillion in 2024

The escalating cybercrime landscape is reaching unprecedented heights. According to the latest Statista Market Insights survey, the annual losses due to cyberattacks are projected to reach $9.2 trillion this year. This figure surpasses the revenue of some of the world's largest companies, exceeding Apple's annual revenue in 2023 by more than 24 times. This positions cybercrime as one of the largest illegal economies globally.

Is Your GPU Dying? 5 Warning Signs to Watch Out For

Before jumping to conclusions that your GPU is responsible for poor performance, rule out potential software issues or hardware problems with other components that might cause similar symptoms. Signs like loud fan noise, better performance with integrated graphics, excessive heat at minimal load, low FPS, and frequent crashes indicate hardware issues with your GPU. If your GPU is still under warranty and you notice these signs, get it replaced by the manufacturer. If there's no warranty, seek local help to assess if repairs can be done. GPUs are crucial components handling graphic-intensive tasks. While highly durable, they eventually wear out and start failing. Before reaching its final moments, they usually exhibit signs of impending failure, signaling the need for timely repairs or replacement. This guide outlines these signs.

FIVE Things on macOS That Confuse Windows Users

From navigating the new interface to getting used to keyboard shortcuts, there are plenty of elements that might leave you scratching your head. Here are some key differences you need to know.

1. Dock vs. Taskbar

The macOS Dock has evolved significantly over the years, offering features like mouse magnification and the ability to display suggested and recent apps, among others. However, for those transitioning from Windows to macOS, the biggest difference lies in the concept of what the Dock and Taskbar actually do.

OpenJPH 0.11 Works Towards Low-Latency JPEG-2000 (HTJ2K)

 The OpenJPH project, providing an open-source implementation of JPEG-2000 Part 15 for High Throughput J2K (HTJ2K) / JPH support, is working to expand its capabilities to handle low-latency High-Throughput JPEG-2000 images and other features.

OpenJPH 0.11 was released on Saturday, providing initial support for Down Factor Sampling (DFS) and partial support for Arbitrary Transform Kernel (ATK) markers. This partial DFS and ATK support aims to facilitate encoding of low-latency HTJ2K images with OpenJPH.

AMD Prepares More Next-Gen GPU Driver Support for Linux 6.10

On Saturday, AMD sent a large batch of feature patches for the AMDGPU and AMDKFD graphics driver kernel ahead of the upcoming Linux 6.10 kernel cycle. This new Radeon material pull request for DRM-Next includes support for the SMUIO 14.0.2 IP block as well as fixes/updates to SMU 14.0.1, DCN 3.1.6, GC 11.5, DCN 1.0, and much more. Some of these IP block updates are targeted for RDNA3.5 (a refresh of RDNA3+/RDNA3 or part of RDNA4 to be introduced in the future).

Game Boy Emulator Now Available on iPhone Following App Store Rule Change

 Apple changed its App Store rules last week, seemingly allowing game emulators on the iPhone for the first time.

Following this policy change, the first emulator app has now appeared in the store. iGBA is a free Game Boy game emulator for iPhone and iPad, which can indeed load and play downloaded ROMs on the device — a category of apps that was definitely rejected by Apple two weeks ago.

FIVE Tips and Trick to Browsing Website with Meta Quest

The web browser on the Meta Quest headset isn't just for YouTube or checking out game tutorials. It's a gateway to a plethora of apps and games you won't find in the app store, and there are some handy features you might not know about.

The Meta Quest Browser is a modified version of Chromium for Android, so it can display most traditional websites and many web apps. It also acts as a launcher for WebXR content, allowing you to experience web-based virtual and augmented reality. However, there are some missing features compared to regular mobile browsers, such as push notification support and syncing with desktop browsers. Here, we'll delve into some lesser-known features as well as functionalities you might have overlooked until now.

Sunday, April 7, 2024

How to Use Paperclip Trick Unlocks BIOS Password on Old Laptops

 For tech enthusiasts looking to score a deal on used laptops, unlocking BIOS-locked devices can open up a world of affordable options. Recently, retro tech enthusiast Bob Pony shared a fascinating discovery involving an old Toshiba Satellite laptop and a clever hack involving nothing more than paperclips and a parallel port.

AMD Reportedly Developing AM5+ Socket: What to Expect?!

AMD appears to be gearing up for the future with reports of a revamped version of its AM5 socket, dubbed the socket AM5+. The discovery comes from the MC Extractor tool, which now includes detection for AM5+ and AMD processors featuring the 00B40Fxx CPUID, as spotted by hardware detective HXL.

The inclusion of AM5+ detection in the MC Extractor tool hints at AMD's ongoing efforts to innovate its processor socket lineup. While details are scarce, speculation suggests that CPUs with the 00B40Fxx identification, possibly codenamed Granite Ridge or Fire Range, could be the first to utilize the AM5+ socket.

Take a Look at This Raspberry Pi Powers Giant Magic Mirror with Retro Gaming Twist

Magic mirrors are a beloved project among Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, offering a unique blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal. But one maker, David from Element 14, has taken this concept to new heights—literally. Meet the five-foot magic mirror, a massive creation that not only serves as a stylish home decor piece but also doubles as a retro gaming console.

While magic mirrors are nothing new in the Raspberry Pi community, David's project stands out for its sheer size and innovative features. Unlike traditional magic mirrors, which typically display useful information like weather and calendars, this colossal creation is designed to be interactive and engaging for the entire family.

Alafia AI Unveils Compact SuperWorkstation with Astonishing Processing Power

 Are you ready to rethink what an all-in-one computer can do? Alafia AI, a cutting-edge startup specializing in advanced media imaging solutions, is about to challenge your perception with its latest innovation. Enter the Alafia Aivas SuperWorkstation: a compact powerhouse designed specifically for medical imaging tasks.

Key Specs: Unveiling Unprecedented Power

At first glance, the Alafia Aivas SuperWorkstation may seem like just another all-in-one computer. But under its sleek exterior lies a formidable arsenal of processing power and cutting-edge technology:

  • CPU: Powered by an impressive 128-core Ampere Altra processor, clocked at 3.0 GHz, this workstation is ready to tackle even the most demanding tasks with ease.
  • GPU: With not one, but two Nvidia RTX professional graphics cards, boasting a staggering total of 28,416 cores, this system delivers unparalleled graphics performance for advanced imaging applications.
  • Display: Featuring a stunning 4K touch-sensitive display with up to 360 nits brightness, users can enjoy crisp visuals and precise touch control for enhanced productivity.
  • Memory and Storage: With a generous 2TB of DDR4 memory and an expansive up to 8TB solid-state drive, the Alafia Aivas SuperWorkstation ensures lightning-fast performance and ample storage capacity for even the largest datasets.

Alafia AI has crafted the Aivas SuperWorkstation with a specific focus on medical imaging applications. Recognizing the intensive computational requirements of medical imaging tools, the company has tailored this workstation to meet the needs of clinicians and researchers alike.

According to Joe Speed, the head of Ampere's edge computing division, the decision to utilize Ampere Altra processors was driven by the CPU-intensive nature of medical imaging tasks. With the ability to run multiple applications simultaneously, this workstation offers unmatched versatility and performance for clinical research and analysis.

How to Create Rust Server

 Rust is a popular multiplayer game with a resource gathering and shelter-building system for surviving in harsh environments. If you want to enhance your gameplay or play with other gamers, you can try creating your own Rust server.

In this article, we will explain how to easily create your own Rust server. Whether you're a newcomer or a veteran gamer looking for a new thrill, we'll guide you through setting up and managing your Rust server.

Nitrux 3.4 Released, Libre Distro Now Utilizes KDE Software from Debian

Nitrux developer Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 3.4 as the latest stable version of the Debian-based, libre system distro, built around KDE software.

The monthly release cycle of Nitrux continues, and Nitrux 3.4 arrives as another shipping release with the KDE Plasma 5.27.10 LTS desktop environment series, which will remain as the default graphical environment for Nitrux throughout 2024 until developers transition it to the Maui Shell.

FFmpeg 7.0 "Dijkstra" Released with Crucial AArch64 Optimization for HEVC

 Around five months after the release of FFmpeg 6.1, the open-source multimedia framework FFmpeg 7.0 has been released today as a major update introducing new features, new decoders, new filters, and numerous other changes.

Highlights of FFmpeg 7.0 include Dolby Vision profile 10 support in AV1, support for HEIF/AVIF still images and tile still images, support for PacketTypeMetadata from PacketType in enhanced FLV format, D3D12VA hardware acceleration for H264, HEVC, VP9, AV1, MPEG-2, and VC1 decoding, and crucial AArch64 optimizations for HEVC.

The Ubuntu 24.04 Beta Delayed Due to XZ Nightmare

The beta release of Ubuntu 24.04 will not be launched tomorrow as planned but has been postponed by one week due to security nightmares with XZ and a desire to rebuild packages out of an abundance of caution.

Canonical has decided to rebuild all binary packages for Ubuntu 24.04 (Noble Numbat) after compromised XZ code was found within the xz-utils package. While there's no indication that other packages have been compromised as a result of this, as a precautionary measure, they are rebuilding all binaries in their build after compiling the hazardous XZ package.

Friday, April 5, 2024

OpenResty®: Not just an NGINX Fork

 Are you looking for a robust and scalable web platform to build your next-generation web applications? Look no further than OpenResty®. In this blog post, we'll explore what OpenResty® has to offer and how it can revolutionize the way you develop and deploy web applications.

Beware of Juice Jacking: How Public Charging Stations Can Compromise Your Data

 Recently, the FBI issued warnings for the third time regarding the risks associated with using free public charging stations in airports, hotels, or shopping centers. Despite the alerts, no specific evidence, victim reports, or attack scenarios were provided by the FBI. In this blog post, we'll discuss the concept of juice jacking attacks, how they work, and offer prevention tips.

New Malware Alert: Latrodectus Emerges as IcedID's Evolution


A recently discovered malware named Latrodectus is believed to be an advanced version of the IcedID loader, which has been causing trouble in malicious email campaigns since November 2023.

Researchers from Proofpoint and Team Cymru uncovered this new threat, noting that its capabilities are still experimental and not fully stable.

IcedID, initially identified in 2017 as a banking trojan, evolved over time to become a sophisticated loader that can deliver various types of malware, including ransomware, to infected systems.

Visa Warns of Rising Threat from New JsOutProx Malware Targeting Financial Institutions

 Visa has issued a warning regarding a surge in detections of a new variant of the JsOutProx malware, posing a significant threat to financial institutions and their customers.

According to a security alert from Visa's Payment Fraud Disruption (PDF) unit, distributed to card issuers, processors, and acquirers, the company became aware of a fresh phishing campaign distributing the remote access trojan on March 27, 2024. This campaign specifically targeted financial institutions across South and Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.

JsOutProx, initially encountered in December 2019, is a highly obfuscated JavaScript backdoor and remote access trojan (RAT). It enables threat actors to execute shell commands, download additional payloads, capture screenshots, establish persistence on infected devices, and manipulate keyboard and mouse controls.

While Visa's Payment Fraud Disruption unit could not ascertain the exact objectives of the recent malware campaign, it's suspected that the eCrime group behind it may have previously targeted financial institutions for fraudulent activities.

Microsoft Resolves Outlook Security Alert Issue Triggered by .ICS Calendar Files

 Microsoft has successfully addressed a critical issue that has been causing erroneous security alerts in Outlook desktop applications when opening .ICS calendar files. This problem surfaced after users installed the December 2023 security updates for Outlook Desktop.

The security updates issued during the December Patch Tuesday aimed to fix the CVE-2023-35636 vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook, which had the potential to disclose sensitive information. Attackers could exploit this vulnerability to steal NTLM hashes through specially crafted files. These credentials could then be used in pass-the-hash attacks to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or to spread laterally across networks.

USB Keyboard/Mouse to PS/2 Interface Converter with Raspberry Pi Pico

  the PS/2 interface holds a special place, reminiscent of the days of PC-XT and early computing. With the Raspberry Pi Pico, a microcontroller with impressive capabilities, we can bridge the gap between modern USB peripherals and vintage PS/2 ports. In this blog post, we'll explore how to create a USB keyboard/mouse to PS/2 interface converter using the Raspberry Pi Pico, opening doors to a world of nostalgic computing experiences.

Getting Started with gRPC in Node.js

 gRPC shines as a high-performance, open-source framework developed by Google. It boasts features like bidirectional streaming, authentication, and efficient communication over HTTP/2, making it a go-to choice for building scalable and robust distributed systems. Let's embark on a journey to explore the fundamentals of gRPC and how to implement it in Node.js.

Thursday, April 4, 2024

Unraveling Linux Disk Management

 Linux stands out as a powerhouse of versatility and efficiency, especially when it comes to managing disk storage. Whether you're a seasoned sysadmin, a developer, or simply an enthusiast, grasping the intricacies of disk management is paramount. Today, we delve into the complexities of Disk Partitioning and Logical Volume Management (LVM), providing insights to optimize your Linux system's storage.

Understanding Disk Partitioning

Disk Partitioning serves as the foundational step in organizing disk storage. By dividing disks into distinct sections, each functioning independently, users gain control over file management, multi-boot configurations, and data organization.

Types of Disk Partitions

There exist three primary types of partitions:

  • Primary Partitions: Directly accessible partitions crucial for booting systems, with a limit of four per disk.
  • Extended Partitions: Nested within primary partitions, serving as containers for multiple logical partitions, overcoming the four-partition limitation.
  • Logical Partitions: Nested within extended partitions, enabling more than four partitions on a disk.

File Systems and Their Significance

File systems dictate data storage and retrieval methods, influencing performance and compatibility. Linux offers a range of tools like fdisk, gdisk, and parted for effective disk partitioning.

The Basics of Logical Volume Management (LVM)

LVM presents a flexible approach to disk management, facilitating dynamic resizing, snapshot creation, and consolidation of multiple disks into a unified virtual disk.

Advantages of LVM

LVM offers:

  • Flexibility: Resize volumes without downtime.
  • Snapshotting: Create backups at specific points.
  • Storage Pooling: Merge physical disks into logical volume groups for streamlined management.

Components of LVM

  • Physical Volumes (PV): Individual disks or partitions.
  • Volume Groups (VG): Collections of physical volumes.
  • Logical Volumes (LV): Segments within volume groups functioning as individual partitions.

Setting Up Disk Partitions in Linux

The process involves disk preparation, partition creation, formatting, and mounting to ensure accessibility.

Implementing Logical Volume Management (LVM)

Implementing LVM entails preparing physical volumes, creating volume groups, and defining logical volumes for advanced management capabilities.

Advanced LVM Features

Advanced LVM functionalities such as snapshotting, thin provisioning, and volume mirroring/stripping enhance data management and performance.

Real-World Applications

Disk partitioning and LVM find application across diverse scenarios, from multi-boot setups to efficient database management, catering to personal and enterprise needs alike.

Tools and Resources

Graphical tools like GParted and system-config-lvm complement command-line utilities, with online forums and documentation offering support and guidance.


Mastering Linux disk management optimizes storage capabilities, whether through traditional partitioning or advanced LVM features. Understanding these concepts empowers users to tailor disk space to their precise requirements.

Fedora 40 Beta Unveils Lightning-Fast Performance and Enhanced Security Features

 Fedora 40 beta has emerged as a powerhouse in the realm of operating systems, boasting unparalleled efficiency and a suite of new features. Compared to its predecessors, this latest iteration promises lightning-fast performance, ensuring maximum productivity for users.

Among the standout features of Fedora 40 are enhanced security measures, including Systemd hardening for fortified protection against potential threats. The introduction of Linux kernel 6.8 further amplifies its capabilities, along with built-in IP Address conflict mitigation and MAC address randomization for secure Wi-Fi connections. Additionally, the incorporation of the new Global Search feature aims to streamline user experience, although its functionality may not encompass the entire folder structure, warranting cautious use.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

The Future of iPhones: What to Expect from the iPhone 16 Series

With rumors swirling around the tech world, the anticipation for Apple's next iPhone release is reaching a fever pitch. The iPhone 16 series has been making waves in recent months, offering a glimpse into what could be the most innovative lineup yet. From sleek new designs to powerful features, here's a breakdown of what we can expect from the upcoming iPhones.

How to Pause Snapchat Location (Without Turning It Off)


Snapchat's Live location service keeps your whereabouts updated on Snap Maps even when you're not actively using the app. If you're keen on maintaining some privacy and prefer not to share your exact location with friends, it's wise to disable this feature. Here's how you can do it:

How to Use xzbot and Exploiting CVE-2024-3094 (XZ Backdoor)

Today, we embark on a thrilling expedition to dissect the enigmatic xz backdoor, identified by its cryptic designation, CVE-2024-3094. Join us as we unravel its secrets, decode its mechanisms, and arm ourselves with the knowledge needed to outsmart cyber adversaries.

1. Setting the Trap: Enter the Honeypot

In our quest to understand the xz backdoor, we've constructed a digital decoy – a honeypot designed to ensnare would-be intruders. This simulated server, cloaked in vulnerability, acts as a beacon, drawing in curious minds and malicious actors alike. But beware, for within its depths lies a cleverly disguised trap, ready to capture and analyze the tactics of our adversaries.

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

How to Fix Error Auto-refreshed Tab on Google Chrome

 Does Chrome refresh tabs automatically when you switch to them? If you're facing this issue, it might be due to factors like insufficient system resources, tabs going to sleep, or interference from installed extensions. Here are some simple solutions you can try to fix this problem.

Preliminary Checks:

  • Restart: Start by restarting both your browser and your device to clear any temporary bugs.
  • Internet Connection: Check your internet connection's stability to ensure it's not causing intermittent issues.
  • Clear Cache and Cookies: Clearing your browser's cache and cookies can also help resolve the problem.

If these steps don't work, move on to the following fixes.

How to Add Emoji to Microsoft Excel

Excel is famous for handling complicated data and making detailed reports with graphs and formulas. But, did you know you can add a fun touch to your spreadsheets by using emojis in your formulas?

Usually, in Excel, you can use Conditional Formatting to change colors or symbols based on cell values, but it doesn't let you use emojis. So, let's see how you can use a function called IF to include emojis in your Excel formulas.

Exploring the Era of AI PCs: Should You Make the Leap in 2024?

As we step into 2024, the tech landscape is abuzz with the arrival of a new breed of computers - the AI PCs. Leading brands like Dell, HP, Lenovo, Asus, and Samsung are all vying for attention with their offerings labeled under the "AI PC" banner. But what sets these AI PCs apart from their predecessors? What advantages do they offer, and is it worth investing in them this year? Let's delve into the details to find out.

The year 2024 marks a significant milestone with the release of AI PCs powered by Intel's latest Core Ultra processors and AMD's Ryzen 8000/7000 series. These cutting-edge CPUs usher in the era of AI computing, bringing forth a plethora of AI-centric features to laptops and desktops alike.

How to Use Find My Device on Windows 11

 Losing your Windows 11 PC can be a nightmare, but with the Find My Device feature, you can locate and lock it remotely, adding an extra layer of security. In this guide, we'll walk you through enabling Find My Device, locating your device, and even locking it down if needed.

System76 Introducing Oryx Pro Linux Laptop Gets 14th Gen Intel HX-Class

System76 has unveiled the latest iteration of its Oryx Pro Linux-powered laptop, set to officially launch on April 2nd, 2024. This updated version boasts significant hardware upgrades, making it a powerhouse for both professional and gaming use.