With the slowdown of the cell phone industry, it has become a new common idea to make articles on the new form of folding screen. However, I am more interested in the “small folding” products that open and close vertically than the horizontal folding, commonly known as the “big folding” products that are getting more attention and more products. The reason is that I have always wanted to limit the role of cell phones to limited uses such as daily communication and portable information finding and recording, leaving the more complex work and content consumption to dedicated devices such as tablets and computers. In this mindset, the smaller the phone occupies – in both the physical and psychological sense – the better. I’ve always regretted the current approach of making them thicker and heavier, each one a hundred-eyed beast. On the contrary, small folding products “small to see big”, in my opinion, better reflect the actual benefits of technological progress.
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UninstallService announces the release of Windows Uninstaller 2023, which is an annual upgrade available for all existing users to upgrade. With this new upgrade, you can uninstall all Windows apps with ease completely.
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How to make elegant and high-end designs easily and quickly?
And just a few days ago, Microsoft’s previously high-profile announcement of AI design software Microsoft Designer finally began internal testing. I was invited to get the qualification for the beta test and had a good experience with this new design software that will join the Office bucket package in the future.
First experience: not many functions, but simple and easy to use
I would like to give a simple and brutal comment on the first impression of Microsoft Designer, which is “Yo, a new ad from the ad film maker”.
If the Start menu is the soul of Windows, then File Explorer can be the “lifeblood” of Windows – after all, File Explorer has been on Windows for much longer than the Start menu. The next generation of Windows 11, which suddenly appeared in 2021 after the peak functionality of Windows 10, completely changed the intuitive and functional design of the file explorer, taking into account both visual and systemic aspects.
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Windows 11’s Photos app officially integrates with iCloud Photo
Microsoft announced on November 10 that a new version of the Photos app for Windows 11 is being pushed out to support viewing photos in iCloud Photo. In addition to updating the Photos app through the Microsoft Store, users will need to install the Windows version of iCloud and select specific photos or libraries to sync to the Windows Photos app once logged in. In addition, the Windows Photos app will also support a gallery view to view photos located in iCloud.
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Microsoft Releases Windows Dev Kit 2023 Kit
On October 25, Microsoft launched the first Windows on ARM minicomputer development kit, previously known as Project Volterra, now known as the Windows Dev Kit 2023 kit. The Windows Dev Kit is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 processor with 32GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage, and features three USB-A ports, two USB-C ports, and a Mini DP output port for up to two 4K60Hz displays at the same time; the Windows Dev Kit also features an internal neural processing unit (NPU) for hardware acceleration when processing tasks such as AI camera effects. The Windows Dev Kit 2023, which only runs Windows 11, will debut in China, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, Canada and Australia for $599.
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VESA Announces DisplayPort 2.1 Specifications
On October 17, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced the DisplayPort 2.1 specifications, which is backward compatible and replaces DisplayPort 2.0. VESA says that thanks to previous efforts by the association and manufacturers, products certified to DP 2.0 will be able to meet the more stringent DP 2.1 standard. The DP 2.1 standard primarily enhances conformance with the USB Type-C and USB4 PHY standards, and improves cable specifications to enhance stability. It is worth noting that the recently released Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 GPU only supports the DP 1.4a specifications.
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At every annual conference, we have shared and published a list of apps that we’re currently using and are trusted by our participant at the conference. The following apps are voted as the go-to apps for every desktop device.
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Based on Sugar Land, TX, UninstallService is one of the best uninstaller for desktop computers. This post will guide you through the complete process of buying and activating UninstallService, as well as using UninstallService to completely remove Adobe Acrobat DC, the latest version.
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