A year in the making, Microsoft's new Edge browser is available now for Windows and MacOS. It's based on the same engine that powers Google's Chrome browser, so the new Edge will work with websites and not deal with the compatibility issues that browsers with a smaller share of the market can face. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Edge is here for Windows 10 and MacOS. Here’s how to download it now
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AMD’s high-end Navi GPU is 30% faster than RTX 2080 Ti?We’ve picked out all the best processors of 2020Check out how to overclock your CPUComputerBase contends that Intel is having issues controlling power consumption with the flagship 10-core CPU, which supposedly pushes over 300W at maximum load according to motherboard manufacturers the site spoke to. … [Read more...] about Intel Comet Lake-S could be delayed due to power demands of 10-core CPU
To see how much space an app uses, navigate to Settings > System > Storage. Click on the drive you want to search (likely the local storage, "This PC"), and click Apps & games to see a list of apps installed on your machine and how much space they are taking up. You probably won't get rid of your browser, but you might find that a game you haven't played in years is some good dead weight to drop. … [Read more...] about 11 best hidden Windows 10 tricks to know now that you’ve upgraded from Windows 7
Digging deeper, I noticed that Microsoft has, at least, set some privacy boundaries. The default for the new Edge is the so-called Balanced setting. It blocks trackers from sites you've never been to, means ads may be less personalized -- many advertisers still think I'm a woman -- yet leaves sites to work as they should. … [Read more...] about I tried Microsoft’s new browser on my MacBook and got a peculiar surprise
Shells have thin, sharp cutting edges, and they’re relatively easy to sharpen when they start to dull, unlike flint. They may also simply have been convenient for Neanderthals living on the beach. Based on the low density of artifacts in the cave, Villa and her colleagues suggest that Neanderthals used it as a seasonal home, probably while they harvested shellfish during the winter months. It’s easy to imagine that they brought a few tools with them and otherwise “roughed it” by using what was available locally—some flint from nearby outcrops, but also clamshells. … [Read more...] about Did Neanderthals in Italy go diving for clamshells?