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On my test system, after upgrading from Windows 10 version 1903 to version 1909, the build number increased from 18362.418 to 18363.418. No, that's not a typo. Even the minor build number, which indicates the most recent cumulative update, isn't reset with this new feature update. The About page in Settings shows the version as 1909, but the "Installed on" date shows a date from April 2019, the same date that version 1903 was installed. … [Read more...] about What to expect from Windows 10 November 2019 Update: A pleasant surprise
Windows 10 Now that Windows 7 support has ended, your business has four options Revived Windows 95 PowerToys lets you create Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts Microsoft to combine its Windows client and hardware teams under Chief Product Officer Panos Panay Best laptop deals: Windows and Chromebooks for under $500 (CNET) Microsoft Teams: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic Premium) … [Read more...] about Windows 10: How long will your next feature update take to install?
One easy fix I can think of is to make the April feature updates optional on all Windows 10 editions. Offer the April update to every device that's eligible (except those that have updates deferred via management tools), but give a simple binary choice: Yes, install the update now; or No, I'll hold off until October. A Pro license should give you the option to skip one October update. … [Read more...] about Two Windows 10 feature updates a year is too many
Intel Labs, in collaboration with QuTech which is an advanced research centre for quantum computing and quantum internet, has unveiled details about its first cryogenic quantum control chip called "Horse Ridge." The "Horse Ridge" chip addresses fundamental challenges in building a quantum system powerful enough to demonstrate quantum practicality: scalability, flexibility and fidelity, Intel said in a statement on Wednesday. Today, quantum researchers work with just a small number of qubits, using smaller, custom-designed systems surrounded by complex control and interconnect mechanisms. "Intel's Horse Ridge greatly minimizes this complexity. By systematically working to scale to thousands of qubits required for quantum practicality, we're continuing to make steady progress toward making commercially viable quantum computing a reality in our future," said Jim Clarke, director of quantum hardware, Intel Labs. The details were outlined in a research paper released at the "2020 … [Read more...] about Intel showcases 1st cryogenic quantum computing chip