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  1. Hi guys, what do you think if you add a new session called international forum this session can be totally in English in this session it can be sup-sessions like news sports author / motorcycle ect .....
  2. 4 January was the first working day of 2021 for many, but as the clock passed the 15:00 UTC mark, and much of the US began to ruefully turn off their out-of-office notifications and stare blearily at inboxes rammed full of a festive fluff, hipster chat outfit Slack decided to extend the vacation for some by ignoring message requests. Or delivering messages woefully late and, helpfully, in the wrong order. "Customers may have trouble loading messages or connecting to Slack," the support orifice of the ridiculously overvalued firm intoned. A warning that some may struggle to loa
  3. Developing a lightweight version of Windows 10 for low-performance devices is something Microsoft has been working on for some time now as shown by a leaked development build of Windows Core Polaris that recently appeared online. The software giant has been developing a modular version of Windows codenamed “Windows Core OS” since at least 2017. Microsoft planned to offer different versions of Windows to suit a number of form factors including phones, 2-in-1s, dual-screen PCs and even collaboration devices. The company initially created two versions of Windows using Windows Core OS: A
  4. GPU Deal: Get the GeForce GTX 1650 for Just $159.99 In case you’ve missed it, GPUs have become a lot more expensive recently. Tariffs mean you are starting to see prices across the newer, beefier options skyrocket - not great at a time when we are all watching our bank balances closely. But we have a solution. If you need a low profile option, or you’re on the lookout for a budget option that doesn’t disappoint, the $159 GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650 is a great cost-effective choice at Newegg. GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650: just $159.99 The low profile GeForce GTX 1650 comes wi
  5. Looks like there may be a pumped-up version of the RTX 3060 Ti squeezing its way into Nvidia's Ampere graphics card line-up—the RTX 3060 Ultra. The leaked custom ASUS TUF Gaming GPU, (via wccfech) looks to be packing a beefier memory capacity than even the RTX 3080, with 12GB of GDDR6 memory to call its own. It does have a smaller 192-bit memory bus (down from 256-bit), so accessing that memory may take a little longer. Don't worry about this affecting your games, though; at the speeds were likely to see, the difference is probably negligible. This mid-low range card will pack the sa
  6. Despite a flurry of new CPU and graphics card launches at the end of last year, 2021 is already shaping up to be quite a busy year for PC gaming hardware. Not only have we got Intel’s new 11th Gen Rocket Lake processors due before the end of March, but 2021 will also be the year Intel finally enter the graphics card arena with their new desktop Xe GPUs. That’s not all either, as we’re also likely to see Nvidia’s RTX 30 series GPUs make their way over to gaming laptops, plus significantly faster game loading times thanks to Microsoft’s DirectStorage tech. So, to help you keep on top of everythi
  7. We've seen curved monitors catching on, rollable TVs rolling out (however extortionate they might be), and foldable screens fast becoming a mobile must-have. Even Intel is reportedly getting involved in squished screens. It's true the world of displays is evolving in some exciting directions, and LG is there at the forefront of innovation. It's now decided to take things a step further now with the world's first convertible, bendable monitor. This 48-inch OLED beast can function as a flat screen, but when the need surfaces, it can bend at a curve of up to 1000R—meaning, at its cur
  8. EtcherPro: Flash All Your Devices At Once! Quick as a flash! The Raspberry Pi community is no stranger to BalenaEtcher. For years, this application has been used to flash Raspberry Pi OS and other distributions to micro SD cards and USB sticks. While the free application can write to multiple devices at once, it relies upon having the hardware to do so. EtcherPro is a physical device unit that can write to 16 SD/micro SD or USB devices at once, and it is now up for pre-order at an eye-watering price of $990 + tax! EtcherPro is a purpose-built device designed to write operating s

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