7. Progressive Web AppsProgressive Web Apps (PWAs) are a great way to turn a rich website (like Twitter, Spotify, or Gmail) into an app that runs in its own window, with its own notifications and data storage, alongside your more traditional apps. PWAs appear in the Windows 10 Start menu, and you can pin them to Start or to the taskbar. You can even manage them from the Apps page in Settings. … [Read more...] about My seven favorite Windows 10 features
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On the surface, it sounds like an awful lot of restrictions for a typical Mac user -- but I don't see the initial crop of Arm Mac users as regular Mac users. These aren't heavy creative content professionals. If Apple intends these to be used primarily by consumers and business executives, it likely wants a largely tamper-proof experience. These users are fine with running an office suite, a browser, and cloud-deployed applications running as SaaS. And all the iPad apps. More freedom than a Chromebook or an iPad, but less than a full-blown Mac. … [Read more...] about Watching for Arm-based Macs at WWDC 2020: Will Apple re-engine or re-imagine?