Windows 10 will take up less disk space and less CPU load

Microsoft will release a major update to Windows 10 under the designation 20H1 (or internal index v2004) either before the end of this month or in the middle of next. It will be implemented many innovations, the key of which is to reduce the load on the central processor and reduce the amount of disk space occupied by the operating system.

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GitHub buys NPM

GitHub, a Microsoft-owned company, announced a deal this week with NPM Inc, which manages the npm repository, which contains over 1.3 million packages and is used by 12 million JavaScript developers. Let me remind you that today npm is the largest JavaScript package manager in this ecosystem, as well as the largest package repository among all programming languages.

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Weaker than the Xbox. Journalists revealed the features of the PlayStation 5

While Sony is not in a hurry to share details about the PlayStation 5, however, more and more information about the upcoming next-generation console is gradually appearing on the network. So, the other day, journalists found out a couple of very interesting details. About, for example, that in one important parameter the Japanese console will be noticeably inferior to the competitor in the person of the Xbox Series X.

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Updating Windows 10 crashes computers again. However, nothing surprising

Microsoft continues the tradition of dangerous updates.
Microsoft released on February 11 another update of Windows 10 as part of the monthly update Patch Tuesday, traditionally released on the second Tuesday of the month. Also, traditionally, the update was not without unpleasant surprises.

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