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Windows Notepad finally understands everyone else's end of line characters

The new notebook handles a .bashrc file correctly. (Image: Microsoft) Since the beginning of time, the basic text editor built into Microsoft Windows has had real trouble reading and speaking other people's languages ​​and specifically line breaks used by Microsoft operating systems. However, after decades of frustration, and must download a real text editor to change a single line in …

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Chromes new automatic mute feature muzzles some web games

It would not take much work to fix this. A Chrome engineer has suggested embedding a simple shutdown button that could make the trick while Web developer Jaume Elias has offered a Chrome extension. Many game creators do not necessarily need to host their own games, and it can make it difficult to run an update. Foddy also blasted Google …

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Apple's iOS will soon have a feature that locks down USB data access after a week

Photo: AP Apple's latest move in its ongoing vocabulary with the FBI, the National Security Agency and other enforcement and law enforcement agencies over encryption is a feature that turns off USB data access on locked iOS devices. [19659003] According to TechCrunch and MacRumors, Elcomsoft researchers recently discovered a feature called "USB-restricted mode" hidden in the iOS 11.4 code. When …

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Nintendo can do so much better than virtual console

Photo: Nintendo Virtual console is no longer, but it does not mean that Switch will not be the best place to play classic games. It will only happen in a different way than Nintendo tried before. And that's good, because virtual console rarely sucks. Now, with "Virtual Console" kind of "I do not mean" Nintendo's old game is bad "or …

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Notebooks get a big upgrade, now Unix makes changes to the line

Notebooks, the text editor sent with Windows, is not a complicated application. For many, this is a big advantage – having virtually no features can not go wrong – but it has often proved annoying especially for software developers. It's because Notepad traditionally only understood Windows line drawings. Windows, Unix, and "Classic" MacOS use all different conventions to indicate the …

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8 great messages from Google I / O 2018 – TechCrunch

Google started its annual I / O Developer Conference at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. Here are some of the biggest messages from Day 1 Key. There will be more coming over the next few days, so keep up with all Google I / O at TechCrunch. Google goes crazy about artificial intelligence, rebranding its research department to Google …

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Critical Windows Bug fixed today is actively exploited to hack users

Microsoft Tuesday patched two Windows vulnerabilities that attackers actively exploit in nature to install malware on computers by accidental users. The first vulnerability exists in the VBScript engine that is included in all current versions of Windows. A so-called "use-after-free" error, which means that the engine manages the computer memory, allows attackers to execute code of their choice, running with …

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