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Other sets of references find performance improvements in Windows 11, possibly due to better Big.little support

Yesterday we reported that a set of references showed that Windows 11 was up to 15% faster than Windows 10. Today we have Hot Hardware which publishes its own set of references, which seems to show the same performance. The site was specifically tested to see if the improvements were evident with Intel’s Lakefield architecture, which has a Big.little architecture …

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Google issues warning to two billion Chrome users

Google Chrome retains an iron grip on the browser’s market share with well over two billion users. Unfortunately, all users must be on standby because Google has just issued its second urgent upgrade notice in a week. Google has confirmed a serious vulnerability in the Chrome browser and urged users to upgrade LightRocket via Getty Images MORE FROM FORBESChrome ‘Zero …

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Microsoft indirectly confirms that the leaked Windows 11 ISO is legitimate

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Scarlet Nexus Episode 1 premieres on the Funimation YouTube Channel

While Sunrise announced earlier, they will show the first two episodes of Scarlet Nexus on the YouTube channel, Funimation has already premiered the first episode of its channel. Viewers can see Scarlet Nexus episode 1 about Funimation ahead of Sunrise’s scheduled date for June 25, 2021. The episode uses Japanese voice with English subtitles. It gives a good look at …

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What about: Elder Scrolls 6 is actually an Xbox exclusive

Not so “hard to imagine” now, right? It was only late last year that Bethesda’s Todd Howard struggled to imagine a future where The Elder Scrolls 6 is limited to Microsoft platforms, and now Starfield has been confirmed as an exclusive Xbox and PC. The party line has changed somewhat: being able to focus on specific platforms for Starfield “is …

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The second best Android TV stick may only come from Microsoft

Source: Jerry Hildenbrand / Android Central Many people who use some of the best Android phones have tried Microsoft’s Game Pass streaming service, and most people think it’s a hit. This is nothing new – NVIDIA started streaming full console and PC titles to Android a long time ago, and now even Google is joining Stadia. Microsoft’s advantage is the …

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