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Microsoft officially releases Windows 11.

Windows 11 is now available for download on compatible PCs.

You can get it from Windows Update or using the Media Creation Tool or Installation Assistant.

It’s a free upgrade for Windows 10 PCs as long as they meet the minimum system requirements.

Windows 11 (version 21H2) is officially available as a free upgrade for computers that meet the minimum system requirements starting October 5, 2023. This rollout marks the first release of a new version of the OS for laptops, desktop computers, and tablets with a new set of features, changes, and improvements to enhance productivity, security, and user experience.

The new version of Windows represents the most significant update of the past decade, but it’s not entirely new. Windows 11 is based on Windows 10 but with a new interface, tools, sounds, and applications.

Furthermore, Windows 11 is updating many experiences like the new out-of-box experience (OOBE), Settings, Notification Center, and Quick Settings. And there are updates for many inbox apps, such as File Explorer, Calculator, Photos, Snipping Tool, Microsoft Store, Tips, and many others.

Rollout and system requirements

Windows 11 is a free upgrade available as an optional update for devices that meet the minimum requirements. This means that your computer will need at least an Intel 8th Gen or newer or Ryzen 2000 or more recent processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and more importantly, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0 and Secure Boot.

If you are not sure your computer meets the minimum requirements, you can use the Microsoft PC Health Check app to determine if your device has the required hardware to upgrade to Windows 11. For more requirements information, you can check this guide.

However, even if the machine meets the new requirements, it’s not likely to get it on day one. On October 5, Microsoft will begin the gradual rollout that will take months. Initially, Windows 11 will be available for computers with newer hardware known to have a smooth upgrade experience. Over time, it will expand to more devices based on hardware eligibility, reliability metrics, age of the hardware, and other factors. Then sometime during the second half of 2023, Microsoft will make Windows 11 fully available for compatible devices.

Upgrade to Windows 11

If you want to upgrade to Windows 11, the best way is to use the Windows Update settings. However, you can still perform an in-place upgrade with the Installation Assistant.

Also, you can use the Media Creation Tool to a bootable USB flash drive to do a clean install. (The tool can no longer be used to do an in-place upgrade. It’s only available to create a bootable media or download the ISO file.)

Furthermore, you can download the Windows 11 ISO file to install the new OS in a virtual machine or create a bootable media manually with Command Prompt or third-party tools like Rufus.

The upgrade process will require a complete reinstallation, but when using the Windows Update settings or in-place upgrade option with one of the available tools coming from Windows 10, settings, apps, and files will be preserved. However, it’s always recommended to create a full backup before proceeding.

On the other hand, if you choose to perform a clean installation of Windows 11, then your files, apps, and settings won’t be preserved.

Whether you choose to install the new version using the upgrade or clean install process, the download size of Windows 11 will be around 4 to 5GB.

Windows 11 activation

If the device was previously activated version of Windows 7, 8.1, or Windows 10, then the Windows 11 will activate automatically without needing a new product key. However, if this is a brand new installation, you will need to purchase a new license.

Unsupported devices

Although this new version of Windows 11 has new hardware requirements, you will still be able to upgrade an incompatible computer. However, this won’t be possible through the Windows Update setting. Instead, you will need to use the Media Creation Tool or ISO file to perform a clean installation. The only caveat is that you will need to acknowledge that your computer will be in an unsupported state during the process, which means that Microsoft won’t support the installation, nor will it offer updates or drivers. And you may come across crashes, errors, and other problems.

As a result, it’s not recommended to force the Windows 11 installation on a device that doesn’t meet the official system requirements.

If you still want to upgrade at your own risk, the computer will still need to meet other minimum requirements, including a 64-bit processor with at least two cores, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and an enabled TPM 1.2 chip.

In the case that your computer doesn’t meet one or more of the requirements, you can use this workaround to bypass all the requirements.

Insider information

If you are a participant of the Windows Insider Program with a computer enrolled in the Beta or Release Preview channel, the final version of Windows 11 (build 22000.194) is already installed on your computer.

The only thing you need to do to stay on the stable version and stop preview builds is to turn on the “Unenroll this device when the next version of Windows releases” option in the Windows Insider Program settings page from Windows Update.

If you currently have a computer in the Dev Channel, you will need to reinstall the OS to stay in the stable version.

Get started with Windows 11

Although if you have been using Windows 10, you won’t find it difficult to get around Windows 11, you will still find a lot of new stuff in this new version. You can check the ultimate field guide, highlighting all the new features and changes on Windows 11. Or you can check out this guide, which explains the biggest changes with the new OS.

You can also check these guides to get started with Windows 11:

For more tutorials, you can always check the Windows 11 help page.

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The Xiaomi 13 Ultra Is Now Available In Europe

The top-spec Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which is now on sale, appears to be the final piece of the puzzle. It joins the regular 13, 13 Pro and 13 Lite in Europe, while there a few other variations that remain exclusive to Asia.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Xiaomi 13 Series, including pricing, release date and all the key specs.

When will the Xiaomi 13 Series be released?

The Xiaomi 13 Series began life on 11 December 2023, when the company officially launched the 13 and 13 Pro in China.

But we had to wait until 26 February 2023 for both phones to launch globally, alongside a more affordable 13 Lite that we hadn’t seen before. The latter went on sale immediately, but we had to wait until 14 March for the high-end models to go on sale.

Then there was the top-spec Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which was officially unveiled globally on 18 April. It’s now available in Europe, having been released on 12 June, but with one key exception: the UK.

However, you may wish import any of the phones which are unavailable in the US and UK. They should work with local SIM cards just fine, and European models have the full range of Google apps.

How much does the Xiaomi 13 cost?

Here’s the pricing for the Xiaomi 13 Series phones that have made it to Europe:

Xiaomi 13 (8+256GB) – £849/€999

Xiaomi 13 Pro (12+256GB) – £1,099/€1,299

Xiaomi 13 Lite (8+128GB) – £449/€499

Xiaomi 13 Ultra (12+512GB) – €1499 (not being sold in the UK)

As you might expect, the 13, 13 Pro and 13 Lite are all available from Xiaomi’s UK site.

The 13 Ultra is on sale at Xiaomi’s site in the likes of France and Spain, but you may be able to import one to the US or UK via the likes of AliExpress.

That pricing puts the Xiaomi 13, 13 Pro and 13 Ultra in flagship territory, while the 13 Lite is a mid-range contender.

What are the Xiaomi 13 specs and features?

So what should you expect from the Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro? We’ll break it down by model:

Xiaomi 13

The Xiaomi 13 features an updated design, with a flat display and glossy, straight-edged body that’s immediately reminiscent of the recent iPhones. It also boasts an IP68 rating for dust and water protection.


It’s available in a few colours as standard in China (black, light green, light blue, grey and white), but only the black, green and white finishes have made it to the international model. It means there’s no option for the vegan leather found on the light blue version.

The Xiaomi 13 is a little bigger than last year’s 12, with a 6.36in OLED display. This is otherwise similar to the previous phone though, with a 1080 x 2400 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and support for a range of HDR standards.

Unsurprisingly, the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which is combined with 8/12GB of RAM, and 128/256/512GB of storage. The 128GB models use the slightly older UFS 3.1 storage standard, but the higher capacity versions jump to faster UFS 4.0.

Power comes from a 4500mAh battery that supports 67W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.


As for the cameras, you can see that the phone has a Leica-branded triple camera on the rear. The main shooter is a 50Mp, f/1.8 camera with OIS, and it’s joined by a 10Mp, 3x telephoto camera and a 12Mp ultrawide. The inclusion of the telephoto is the biggest jump from the previous model. Finally, there’s a 32Mp selfie camera.

Here are the full specs:

6.36in 120Hz OLED display (1080×2400)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

8/12GB RAM

128/256/512GB storage

4500mAh battery

67W wired charging

50W wireless charging


50Mp, f/1.8 main camera with OIS

10Mp, f/2.0, 3x telephoto camera with OIS

12Mp, f/2.2 ultrawide camera

32Mp, f/2.0 selfie camera


152.8 x 71.5 x 8.0/8.1mm


Android 13 with MIUI 14

Xiaomi 13 Pro

Then there’s the Pro, which looks a little different. For one, it boasts a curved display and body, closer in style to previous Xiaomi flagships.


There are fewer colours to choose from in China than the regular 13 (white, black, green and light blue), but you only get white or black internationally. Both feature a ceramic rather than glass back, but you miss out on the light blue vegan leather option once again. Like the 13, it has an IP68 rating.

The Pro is also significantly larger than the 13, with a 6.73in display that uses LTPO tech for a dynamic variable refresh rate (though still up to 120Hz) and has a higher 1440 x 3200 resolution.

The chipset is once again the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and it launches with the same set of RAM and storage options as the standard phone.

The battery is a little bigger at 4820mAh, and uses Xiaomi’s Surge G1 chip to deliver 120W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.

Other than the display, the camera is inevitably where the biggest upgrades from the 13 are to be found, although at a glance things seem similar.


The main lens is still 50Mp, but uses the much larger 1in Sony IMX989 sensor – the same one used to great effect in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. Here’s it’s at an f/1.9 aperture, and of course features OIS.

The telephoto lens is also a 50Mp sensor, with a 3x zoom level and aperture of f/2.0. Thanks to a new ‘floating’ lens structure, it’s also capable of focusing on objects just 10cm away, in theory making it more versatile than most telephotos out there.

Then there’s the ultrawide, which is the same as last year’s. It’s also a 50Mp shooter, with an f/2.2 aperture and autofocus. Finally, the 32Mp selfie camera is the same as on the 13.

Here are the full specs:

6.73in 120Hz LTPO OLED display (1440×3200)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2


512GB storage

4820mAh battery

120W wired charging

50W wireless charging


50Mp, f/1.9 main camera with OIS

50Mp, f/2.0, 3x telephoto camera with OIS

50Mp, f/2.2 ultrawide camera

32Mp, f/2.0 selfie camera


163.2 x 74.6 x 9.1 mm


Android 13 with MIUI 14

Xiaomi 13 Ultra

So, what does the Xiaomi 13 Ultra do differently to the 13 Pro? Essentially, it’s all centred around the rear cameras, which are housed within the large, round module you see below.

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The 50Mp, 1in Sony IMX989 from the 13 Pro is still here, but now it includes a variable aperture. You can switch between f/1.9 and f/4.0, allowing you to dynamically adjust the depth of field according to the scene. A variable aperture provides a lot more control over the amount of light in a scene, and it’s still very rare on smartphones.

Next to it, you’ll now find a second 50Mp telephoto lenses. The f/2.0 sensor with 3x optical zoom is joined by a new f/3.0 camera, which can reach 5x before any digital zoom kicks in.

But the 50Mp ultrawide camera remains, as does the 32Mp selfie camera. Much of the rest of the phone is unchanged, including display and processing power – aside from the option for 16GB of RAM and/or 1TB of storage.

There’s a slightly larger 5000mAh battery here, but charging speeds are capped at 90W instead of 120W. It’s also the only Xiaomi 13 series phone to be equipped with a vegan leather back, which is available in Black, White or Olive Green (shown below).


Here are the full specs:

6.73in 120Hz LTPO OLED display (1440×3200)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

12/16GB RAM

256GB/512GB/1TB storage

5000mAh battery

90W wired charging

50W wireless charging


50Mp, 1in main camera with OIS and variable aperture (f/1.9 or f/4.0)

50Mp, f/2.8 telephoto camera with OIS and 3.2x optical zoom

50Mp, f/3.0, telephoto with OIS and 5x optical zoom

50Mp, f/1.8 ultrawide camera

32Mp, f/2.0 selfie camera


162.9 x 74.6 x 8.4/8.7mm


Android 13 with MIUI 14

Xiaomi 13 Lite

At the international launch event, Xiaomi added a third model to the 13 series, although it’s much more affordable than the 13 and 13 Pro.

Nearly every spec has been downgraded as a result, but it still looks competitive for a mid-range phone. It still features a 6.55in 120Hz OLED display at an identical resolution to the regular 13.

Martyn Casserly

However, inevitable compromises come in the form of the less capable Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset (alongside a maximum of 8GB of RAM) and a slightly smaller 4500mAh battery.

But the cameras are where trade-offs are most obvious, with a downgraded 50Mp main sensor joined by just 12Mp ultrawide and 2Mp macro. It means there’s no telephoto lens, although you do still get a 32Mp selfie camera.

However, despite retaining the glass back, it’s relatively lightweight at 171g. There are also some more colourful finishes coming to an international audience, with a choice between blue, pink and black. Still no vegan leather option, though.

Here are the full specs:

6.55in 120Hz OLED display (1080×2400)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1


128/256GB storage

4500mAh battery

67W wired charging

50Mp, f/1.8 main camera

8Mp, f/2.0 ultrawide camera

2Mp macro camera

32Mp, f/2.4 selfie camera

162.9 x 74.6 x 8.4/8.7mm


Android 13 with MIUI 14

Will there be Xiaomi 13S phones later in the year?

This is something we know for sure. Xiaomi has confirmed that there will be no half-year ‘S’ updates for any of the Xiaomi 13 series phones.

It doesn’t rule out half-year updates to Xiaomi flagships in the future, but there’ll be none in 2023.

Windows 11 Kb5019342 Is Now Live On The Dev Channel

Windows 11 KB5019342 is now live on the Dev Channel




These are great times to be Windows Insiders for the latest Microsoft-designed OS.

Those that are testing on the Dev Channel have just received a brand new update.

Know that KB5019342 is an update that was designed to test the servicing pipeline.

We’re pretty sure that you’ve heard about the latest Insider build that Microsoft decided to ship to the Dev Channel, in order to test the servicing pipelines.

Yes, we are talking about KB5019342 and we will take a much closer look at this patch so that we can understand what all the fuss is about concerning this Insider release.

As you are all aware, Microsoft recently released version 22H2 for Windows 11 but has since blocked all updates to this version due to printing failures.

However, since we are here already, let’s also take a more in-depth look at this most recent Dev build and examine the changelog together.

What do Windows 11 Insiders get via Build 252112.1010?

Just as we’ve shared at the beginning of the article, Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 25211.1010 to all Insiders on the Dev Channel.

Keep in mind that this is a servicing update made to test the servicing pipeline, so there really isn’t anything major coming towards us via KB5019342.

This is still version 22H2, since the Sun Valley 3 development, which was known as Windows 11 23H2, has been canceled by Microsoft.

Expert tip:

Starting with this update, Microsoft has separated the widget picker and Widgets settings to make it easier to find and interact with each view.

The widget picker can now be opened with the + button and Widgets settings are opened by pressing the Me button.

Now, let’s take a much closer look at the changelog and see what changes, improvements, fixes, and known issues we are dealing with at the end of September.

Changes and Improvements [Taskbar] [System Tray]

This build includes preliminary support to rearrange System Tray icons for Insiders who have the System Tray updates that began rolling out with Build 25197. Further improvements for this experience are coming soon. As a reminder, these System Tray updates are still rolling out and are not available to all Insiders just yet. If your PC does not have these changes, your System Tray experience will remain the same as before.

[File Explorer]

Fixed an issue where the top part of File Explorer (with the search and address box) couldn’t be interacted with when File Explorer was in full screen mode (F11).

[Settings] Fixes [General]

We are beginning to roll out a server-side fix for the issue causing a “date, time and time zone settings are incorrect” message to be improperly displayed, which was also preventing the installation of the latest Insider Preview builds from proceeding.

[File Explorer]

Fixed the issue where the command bar items like copy, paste, and empty Recycle Bin were unexpectedly not be enabled sometimes when they have been.

Fixed an issue which was causing unexpected black bars on the sides of horizontal scroll bars when using dark mode.


When you have Start set to show more pinned items, the animation for opening folders lower on the page will now appear from the right place.


Fixed a high hitting Shell Experience Host crash in recent Dev Channel builds, impacting Quick Settings launch reliability.


The gripper for moving the emoji panel and touch keyboard should now update color correctly when you switch between dark and light mode.

Fixed a memory leak when repeatedly invoking the input switcher.

[Settings] [Task Manager]

Tweaked the graphs in the Performance page to use a bit more transparency so it’s easier to see the grid lines underneath.

Made another fix to improve Task Manager reliability.

Fixed a black flash while might be seen when launching Task Manager in light mode.

Fixed a few issues where the font color of certain elements wasn’t correct / readable when using a contrast theme.


Fixed an issue where Narrator would read out the details of the calendar that opens from selecting the date and time from the taskbar when it was collapsed.

Fixed an issue where chúng tôi was crashing repeatedly in Windows Sandbox for Insiders with the tablet optimized taskbar and updated system tray.

Fixed an issue which could lead to hangs in certain apps when opening the Open File Dialog.

Fixed an issue which was making the screen go black for some Insiders when enabling HDR recently.

Fixed an issue where after using the Open With dialog, the process might stay running even if it wasn’t in use anymore.

Fixed an issue which was leading to increased CPU usage for WSL2 users on ARM64 PCs even when WSL was idle.

Fixed an issue where closing the print dialog could lead to an app crash in the last couple flights.

Known issues [General]

Looking into reports that audio stopped working for some Insiders after upgrading to the latest flights.

Investigating reports of a few different apps having started crashing in recent builds.

Investigating reports that various UI elements in apps appear to be disappearing and reappearing sometimes in recent builds.

[Tablet-optimized taskbar]

The taskbar sometimes flashes when transitioning between desktop posture and tablet posture.

The taskbar takes longer than expected to transition to the touch-optimized version when switching between desktop posture and tablet posture.

Using the left or right edge gestures can result in the Widgets or Notification Center (respectively) to overlap with or look truncated by the taskbar.

When using the bottom right edge gesture to see Quick Settings, the taskbar sometimes stays stuck in the expanded state, instead of dismissing to collapsed state.

When there are no running windows on the desktop, the taskbar can sometimes collapse, when it should be expanded.

[Widgets] What can I do if I can’t install KB5019342?

Also, make sure to report any other issues you might come across, in order for Microsoft to address and improve the overall OS experience for us all.

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The Best Inbox Alternative, Spark Mail, Is Now Available On Android

Google has a habit of killing apps and services, and the latest victim of its killing spree is the much loved “Inbox by Gmail” app that brought along a bunch of really useful and amazing features, making inbox management a breeze for users. If you were one of the many ‘Inbox’ users, chances are you’ve switched to Gmail, at least for the time being, and chances are you’re not very happy with it. Gmail did receive a bunch of Inbox’s features, but it’s not quite there, it doesn’t have the pinning features, it doesn’t have the email scheduling, and the way emails are arranged in Gmail can be a huge shock to people used to Inbox. However, all hope is not lost, because one of the best Inbox alternatives has finally made its way to Android, at the perfect day in fact.

Spark Mail: User Interface

There may be many reasons why you preferred using Inbox over Gmail, and one of the major ones was probably the user interface. While Gmail’s UI has gotten better, it’s nowhere near what Inbox offered. Spark Mail, on the other hand, has a pretty great UI, that offers all your most important emails at a glance.

For starters, the latest notifications appear on top, which is great, because those are probably what you care about the most anyway. You can quickly get through your notifications by either swiping them away (which is just very satisfactory) or just tapping on the ‘tick mark’ up top to mark all of your notifications as “done.” Yes, Inbox Zero is as easy as that with Spark.

Other than that, Spark Mail’s entire UI is just very well organized, and a lot better than Gmail’s. If you’re moving away from Inbox, skip Gmail and check out Spark Mail first. However, long time Gmail users might find the new interface a tad daunting because there’s just so many options and features here.

Key Features 1. All The Swipes You’ll Ever Need

What’s more, these swipes are customisable, so you can choose to change the actions attached to each type of swipe, from options like snooze, move, snooze, and move to folder, along side all the other actions that they’re already tied to. You can also remove actions from a swipe by choosing the ‘No action‘ option when you’re customising it.

2. Fully Customisable Sidebar

Spark Mail’s sidebar is also fully customisable. By default, you get the usual options like Smart Inbox, Inbox, Snoozed emails, and Archive. However, you can head into the settings and either remove these sections, change their order, or even add new sections like ‘recently seen,’ ‘spam,’ ‘shared,’ ‘shared drafts,’ and ‘reminders.’

3. Widgets, and Not on the Home Screen

You also get support for widgets with Spark Mail, and these are not your usual home screen widgets (Spark currently doesn’t offer those). Instead, these widgets let you customise the top-bar of Spark to add up to two buttons to things you want easy access to, or add up to 4 buttons on the bottom. You can choose from things like ‘Pins,’ ‘Archive,’ ‘Trash,’ ‘Drafts,’ and a lot more. Personally, I’m using Pins and Snoozed because I use those features very often, and having easy access to these is great for me.

4. Schedule Emails like a Pro

Spark also brings scheduling capabilities to your email arsenal. So you can write your emails whenever you want to, and instead of having to save them in drafts, you can just schedule them to be sent later. Spark then automatically sends these emails out to the recipients. You can customise the times for this ‘Send Later’ feature to your liking, which is just perfect.

5. Snooze Emails and Get Back to Them Later

6. Smart Notifications

Spark Mail tries to be amazing at handling notifications. No matter what you do, or how careful you’ve been with your email addresses, chances are you get a ton of spam. With Spark, you can set notifications to “Smart” to block notifications for emails from strangers, and all the automated emails like newsletters. You can also choose to simply enable ‘No notifications’ to block all notifications. Obviously, there’s the “All” notifications option that doesn’t filter anything out. 

The best part about this is that you can set these preferences on a per-account basis, so you can ensure you get all your work emails, but aren’t annoyed by constant auto-emails on your personal email address, while still getting personal emails from people you care about.

7. Lock Your Email

8. Inbox Features for Every Email

One of the best things about Spark Mail is that it allows you to use all these Inbox by Gmail-like features on email addresses from any email provider, be it Yahoo!, iCloud, Outlook, Exchange, or anything else. So, you no longer need to keep your old Yahoo address in a separate place, you can use all of Spark Mail’s features to manage your email from every provider out there.

Spark Mail: Price

If you’re wondering about the price of this ridiculously awesome email client, here’s a great surprise: Spark Mail is free, and it brings all of its features in the free version. However, you can upgrade to a paid plan for more leeway on using some of its features. For examples, if you’re using Spark Mail’s email delegation, or shared drafts features, the free version only lets you have up to 2 active collaborators, and up to 10 delegates per team.

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Acer Ax3200 Desktop Pc And P244W 1080P Lcd Display Now Available

Acer is bringing HD compatible products to the masses with two very affordable products released today. The Acer AX3200 Desktop PC and the P244W 1080p LCD display offer top performance and high quality in sleek and stylish packages.

The AX3200 Desktop PC features a 2.1 GHz AMD Phenom X3 8450 processor, 4GB RAM and a 640 GB hard drive. It measures in at just 10″ x 4″ x 14″ and packs in a multi-card reader and a Blu-ray player as well.  

The P244W display on the other hand is 1080p and sports a 1920 x 1080 resolution (16:9) and a 20000:1 contrast ratio. With two HDMI ports, a VGA input and a 2ms response time, this display is equipped for watching movies in Blu-ray format. The Acer AX3200 will set you back $680 and the P244W LCD display costs $340. That comes out to just $1020 for the pair, which isn’t too shabby considering the specs.


AX3200 desktop packs big performance in a small box; Stunning 24-inch widescreen LCD features one-touch convenience

SAN JOSE, CALIF., Oct. 13, 2008 – Acer, the third largest vendor in the PC market,(1) today announced the new Acer® AX3200 desktop PC and Acer P244W 24-inch widescreen LCD display for customers in the United States. Feature-rich, stylish and space-saving, the new desktop and display are ideal for enjoying entertainment from any room in the home.

Outfitted with AMD Phenom(TM) X3 processing power, Blu-ray Disc(TM) technology, NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics and Dolby Home Theater® sound, the AX3200 is a multimedia powerhouse. The Acer P244W display is simple to use and brilliantly showcases high-definition video, games and multimedia with 1080p HD support and 1920×1080 resolution.

“Offering 64-bit Windows, a Blu-ray drive and significant memory, the Acer AX3200 packs plenty of power for tackling the demands of multitasking and the latest digital entertainment,” said Stephanie Eggert, Senior Manager, Retail Desktop Product Planning for Acer America. “The P244W display’s stunning picture quality and user-friendly design make it a must-have for the home. Users choosing to combine the 24-inch display with the compact desktop, will have an excellent system for enjoying productivity, movies, music and games without taking up a lot of space.”

Compact Entertainment Hub

Smaller than standard systems, the handsome black tower measures just 10.4-inches (H) x 4-inches (W) x 14.4-inches (L). For easy access, the chassis was designed with the card reader, audio jacks and ports conveniently on the front of the PC.

An integrated Blu-Ray Disc(TM) optical drive takes high-definition entertainment to the max with full support for realistic and dynamic high-definition viewing. Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics enhance multimedia performance with support for the latest DirectX games.

Dolby Home Theater® provides theater-like surround sound with up to 5.1 separate channels of crystal-clear digital audio. An HDMI port delivers crisp high-quality visuals and high-fidelity audio using only one cable.

With nine USB 2.0 ports, an IEEE 1394 port, eSATA port and a Multi-in-One card reader, users can easily bring multimedia devices together (used this phase in processor graph). The huge 640GB SATA II hard drive (2) provides enough room to store a vast library of music, movies and games.

Intuitive 24-inch High-Definition LCD

The new Acer P244W 24-inch widescreen high-definition LCD display combines superior usability with sleek styling. It boasts a polished black bezel and base with silver accents for an elegant design that will enhance any home or office. The large 24-inch screen size is perfect for evaluating multiple documents at one time.

The Acer P244W also features SensorTouch technology, a touch-sensing solution with effortless settings for one-touch convenience. The LED illuminated controls replace the buttons that are standard on many displays. These intuitive controls maintain the product’s streamlined look, while automatically sensing contact with the lightest touch.

Featuring excellent resolution, a high contrast ratio and fast response time, the display emits superb visual quality. It delivers 1080p HD support and a 1920×1080 resolution, including full HD support for the hottest HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc movies and console games.

To further improve the picture quality, this new display offers a 20,000:1 contrast ratio and 300 cd/m2 brightness. The new Acer P244W features a 2ms response time, reducing the deviations in transition time. The Acer Overdrive (OD) technology enables the display to improve the gray-to-gray level in images and amplify the moving picture viewing experience. Additionally, 170-degree horizontal and 160-degree vertical viewing angles offer extended viewing of entertainment and productivity applications.

Acer’s unique software solutions boost usability. The eColor Management on-screen interface allows users to tailor the performance characteristics of the display, such as brightness, saturation and contrast. The Empowering Key enables users to switch between viewing scenarios and create their own to compensate for application and environmental constraints.

Specifications, Pricing and Availability

The Aspire AX3200-U3630A desktop PC is available at Fry’s with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $679.99. The Acer P244W 24-inch LCD display is available at technology and electronics retailers with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $339.

Acer® AX3200-U3630A: Available now for a MSRP of $679.99

• AMD Phenom(TM) X3 Triple-Core 8450 Processor (2.1GHz, 512KB X 3 L2 Cache)

• 4096MB DDR2 Memory, Dual Channel

• NVIDIA® GeForce® 8200 Chipset

• Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce® 8200 Graphics Solution

• 640GB SATA II (7200RPM, 8MB Cache) (2)

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You Can Now Add Folders In Windows 11’S Pinned Apps Section

You can now add folders in Windows 11’s pinned apps section




Dev Channel Insiders just got a new build they can test for the latest operating system.

The ability to create and manage folders in a section of the Start menu is being tested.

Users can become more productive thanks to the improved focused sessions features.

Also added with this build are Live captions, which are embedded for better accessibility.

It’s the Beta Channel Insiders turn to sit on the sidelines and watch as the opposing team receives the new ball this week, after receiving an update only a few days ago.

Thus, after two weeks with no Dev channel releases whatsoever, the Redmond-based tech company has finally unveiled build 22557.

You might want to know that this Dev channel release is now moving to the NI_RELEASE or Nickel branch in preparation for the major feature update to Windows 11 later this year.

However, before we get into it and discover together what Microsoft changed via this latest software patch, we’re going to take a look at the TLDR section:

Windows Insiders will notice that the name of the branch we are releasing builds from has changed to NI_RELEASE. The branch in which we release builds from to Insiders in the Dev Channel is irrelevant to the features and improvements included within them. Going forward we will no longer be noting when these branch changes occur. For more on our approach to how we release things to the Dev Channel, please read this blog post here.

This build will not be offered to ARM64 PCs. We hope to be able to offer a new build for Insiders on ARM64 PCs soon.

This build includes a handful of new features for Insiders to try including folders in the pinned apps area of Start, live captions, a new Focus experience, Quick Access improvements in File Explorer, new touch gestures, and a lot more.

This build also includes a lot of general improvements and refinements to Windows 11 too.

We do have some new known issues for some of the new features and improvements being introduced with this build so be sure to read through the known issues below before submitting feedback.

We’re making it quicker to get to your recent Android apps on your phone from the Your Phone app. Details below.

Join us on Tuesday, February 22nd at 10am PST / 6pm UTC for our next Windows Insider webcast! We’ll discuss “Filing Feedback on the Difficult Bugs”, we’ll talk about logs that can be helpful, and sharing content links you can reference. Mark your calendar and tune in!

You can create and manage folders in the pinned apps section

The tech giant said it went based on user feedback for this feature, therefore it was added to the new Dev Channel build for Windows 11.

We’ve heard from many of you that you’d like to customize your pins in Start by organizing them into folders, so we’re introducing the first version of folders in this build.

All you have to do is drag an app on top of another to create a folder. You can add more apps to a folder, rearrange apps within a folder, and remove apps from a folder.

Microsoft also said it reimagined focus experiences on Windows, with DND and Focus. And while do not disturb makes it easy to silence notifications, Focus is a new experience that enables everyone to stay in the moment.

To help you stay on track, Focus integrates with the Clock app for other focus tools, such as a focus timer and calming music.

Expert tip:

Captions are automatically generated on-device from any content with audio and can be displayed at the top or bottom of the screen, or in a floating window.

The tech giant is rolling out an update to File Explorer’s Quick Access view. First, Pin to Quick Access support has been extended from only supporting Folders to now also supporting Files.

What you might also want to keep in mind is that pinned files are shown in a new section above Recent files in Quick Access.

To help you have control over storage consumption and ensure your files are syncing, we’ve added OneDrive integration into File Explorer.

When browsing your OneDrive folders, you can now see your sync status and quota usage without having to leave File Explorer.

And, for those of you who use the new OS on tablets or phones, this build includes 5 new touch gestures to make it easier and quicker to navigate Windows 11 on a PC with touch.

Among the other additions are improved Snap Layouts, more sustainable power settings and recommendations, Task Manager Redesign & Efficiency Mode, and more improvements to browsing the web in Microsoft Edge with Narrator.

You can read more about all the changes and improvements introduced, as well as known issues, on the official Microsoft blog post.

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