Author: Pranik

Microsoft has officially acknowledged the annoying bug that affects Windows 11 and 10. It prevents users from using the Start menu and the taskbar. Microsoft hasn’t rolled out a fix yet, but it has prepared a guide to fixing these issues. For the past few days, several Windows 11 and 10 users have been reporting a particularly annoying bug. This operating system bug prevents any interaction with the Start menu and taskbar. It is impossible to click on the menu and open it. Users can’t even search for something in the taskbar. The bug affects both Windows 11 and Windows…

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A particularly annoying new bug in Windows 11 prevents users from interacting with the Start menu and the taskbar. Microsoft is already investigating this bug to find out how to fix it as soon as possible. Windows bugs are usually always annoying like the Windows Defender bug that kills your shortcuts. Nevertheless, this new bug encountered by several users is particularly painful. It even prevents you from using your computer normally. In effect, a bug makes the Start menu and taskbar completely unusable. So much so that you can’t even click on it, open the start menu, or type anything…

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Microsoft has just confirmed that Windows 11 22H2 may cause applications to crash after restoring the system to a previous restore point. Some solutions have been proposed to users. With Windows 11 preparing a major overhaul of File Explorer, users can restore their computer from a system restore point. Could you do restoring the computer to a previous restore point. It’s pretty handy if your computer has a problem. However, Microsoft has just confirmed that system restore points can crash apps on Windows 22H2. By the way, pay attention to the latest Windows Defender update that removes your shortcuts on…

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Windows is getting a little closer to Apple’s services. Indeed, the Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Devices (the equivalent of iTunes) applications for Windows have just appeared on the Microsoft Store, in preview versions. Windows 11 © Unsplash Applications AppleMusic, AppleTV and Apple Devices for Windows have appeared on the Microsoft Store, in preview. Last October, Microsoft announced their arrival on its platform, allowing users to finally ditch the old application itunes and the Apple TV Web Player for a native software experience closer to the built-in macOS experience. Apple Music, Apple Devices and Apple Music arrive on Windows:…

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The end of support for Windows 7 is now in effect. The operating system will no longer receive security updates. But there is still a way for die-hards who really don’t want to turn the page. Explanations. Windows 7 It is now done. Effective Tuesday, January 10, 2023, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7 and Windows 8. Computers running these two versions will continue to function but will no longer receive updates or security patches. As a reminder, Windows 7 had reached its end of life on January 14, 2020, but Microsoft had given users the option of continuing…

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At CES 2023, Panos Panay figured prominently alongside the president of AMD. Microsoft’s pundit took the opportunity to teaser the future of Windows, assuring that the operating system was going to be fed with artificial intelligence. Windows will soon be powered by AI © Unsplash While Windows 12 is in the cards, Microsoft intends to make profound changes to its operating system. The Redmond giant notably wants to take the train of artificial intelligence. After replacing employees with AI, Microsoft is now looking to improve the user experience of its flock. A shift mentioned by Panos Panay, product manager at…

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After many years of good and loyal service, Windows 7 and Windows 8 are going to die out. Microsoft will stop rolling out updates for both OSes starting January 10. The remaining users can fall back on Windows 10 or a third-party operating system. Windows 7 and Windows 8 breathe their last The majority of users took Windows 10 and Windows 11 by storm. But a handful of diehards still remained on the aging OSes of Windows 7 and Windows 8. bid farewell to the two operating systems. And for good reason, Microsoft is about to cut the tap updates.…

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Windows 11 is struggling to establish itself and yet the first information about its successor is already stirring the gazettes. Microsoft is indeed working on Windows 12, some clues to draw a robot portrait of the future operating system. Release date, design, price… We take stock. This is what the Windows 12 interface might look like © Windows Central In October 2021, Windows 11 came out of Microsoft’s hat. But until then, success is far from there for the operating system. As StatCounter revealed in December 2022, Windows 10 still accounts for nearly 70% of the Windows market share compared…

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Tesla is issuing yet another vehicle recall in the United States. 310,000 Model 3 and Model Y may be impacted by taillight issue. Tesla is currently carrying out recall of more than 321,000 vehicles due to a software issue that prevents the taillights of some cars from working properly. The manufacturer announced this measure this weekend via a file filed with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), discovered by Reuters. This recall involves 2023 Model 3s and 2020-2023 Model Ys manufactured for US customers. Tesla issues yet another vehicle recall in the United States “In some rare cases,…

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End of layoffs at Twitter, the platform would seek to hire. Certification with Twitter Blue may not return on November 29. Twitter should no longer fire anybody. Elon Musk would have made this statement during a meeting with employees still in office after the boss’s request to work more and more. According The Verge who was able to hear part of the conversation, the company is even looking to hire for its engineering and sales teams. End of layoffs at Twitter, the platform would seek to hire Elon Musk would therefore have made this announcement on the same day as…

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