The newest preview release of Windows 11 adds a new function to its voice control program and confirms that a revised appearance for the operating system's Task Manager is in the works.
Microsoft's Windows 11 preview versions often provide basic enhancements and repairs. The most recent 22538 version, on the other hand, has brought with it a very significant modification.
A revised Task Manager app was discovered in the latest preview release accessible to Insiders, according to Windows Central. Its user interface revamp gives the core application a more contemporary appearance.
Microsoft has yet to reveal the change, which is understandable given that the app is not yet fully functional. Nonetheless, the new design has a dark mode as well as Mica blur effects. In addition, the tabs at the top of the application have been replaced by a sidebar. These modifications clearly demonstrate Microsoft's desire to make the Task Manager seem more like the other revamped components of Windows 11.
The MacBook Air 2022: Everything You Need to Know.
With the recent release of Apple's M1 CPU, the corporation has released a pair of laptops with unparalleled power. Apple is demonstrating that its new technology may contribute to exceptional performance and battery life with the 13-inch MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple isn't finished, though, as we now have some details on the company's likely intentions for the next generation of MacBook Air. Here's all you need to know about it, including the release date, specifications, speculations, and more.
Here are the top PC games, ranging from high-fantasy action to first-person shooters.
The greatest PC games come in a variety of sizes and shapes, ranging from enormous open-world AAA blockbusters like The Witcher 3 to small yet absorbing indie games like Disco Elysium. But, with over 500 titles in your Steam and Epic Games Store libraries, how do you determine which to play first? That's where we come in, with a roundup of the finest PC games we're now playing.