Windows Version – Garageband For Windows PC http://garagebandforwindowspc.org/ Sat, 14 May 2022 14:10:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-4-138x136.png Windows Version – Garageband For Windows PC http://garagebandforwindowspc.org/ 32 32 Kingdom Heart Cloud Versions Get ‘Servers Busy’ Warning https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/kingdom-heart-cloud-versions-get-servers-busy-warning/ Sat, 14 May 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/kingdom-heart-cloud-versions-get-servers-busy-warning/ Once, a long time ago, buying and playing a video game was quite easy. You bought the disc or cart, stuck it in the console and hit play. not so much more. Concrete example: The not so great versions of Kingdom Hearts released on Switch earlier this year recently received an update and now has […]]]>

A screenshot of Goofy dead on the ground as seen in Kingdom Hearts II.

Once, a long time ago, buying and playing a video game was quite easy. You bought the disc or cart, stuck it in the console and hit play. not so much more. Concrete example: The not so great versions of Kingdom Hearts released on Switch earlier this year recently received an update and now has a warning to let you know if it’s not the right time to play single-player games you’ve already purchased. Welcome to the future. It sucks.

Released yesterday, update 1.03 for all the heart of the kingdom games on Switch seem to add mainly two features. In kingdom hearts 3, players can now choose between two performance options: “Performance Priority” and “Graphics Quality Priority”. These settings can be selected before you start playing and allow the game to focus on either a more stable frame rate or higher resolution visuals, an option that many games offer these days.

However, the patch’s other new feature is mostly unique to the Switch’s controversial cloud streaming. Kingdom Hearts Games. Now, new messages on the game selection screen warn you of any “server congestion” the titles may encounter. If a game you want to play currently deals with busy servers, you can still try playing it, but it probably won’t be a great experience.

While it’s good to know before you play if a game will run properly, it’s also terrible that this even had to be added in the first place and a solid example of why so many people aren’t sold on games streaming through services like Stadiums or Amazon Luna. That’s not to say it’s not a useful or powerful technology; I think what Xbox is doing with their cloud streaming and Game Pass is great, letting you play fancy games like Speeds 5 on a phone. However, Microsoft also lets you install all of its games, so if the servers are slow or you don’t want to deal with lag, you can just play a native version of the game on your local computer. (This is also very important for the preservation of the game!)

Read more: An extremely wacky performance of “simple and clean”

The problem is that, unlike Microsoft’s Game Pass streaming, Square Enix only sells cloud streaming versions. Kingdom Hearts games on Switch. There is currently no way to download and install any of them on your current console. And considering these versions are not great even when you can play them, and also charge a premium price, this seems like a bad deal all around. And now Square Enix can just tell you not to even play the games you’ve already purchased? It’s just a very 2022 thing, isn’t it?

I am eager to Square Enix finds a way to cram NFTs and blockchain tech in future cloud releases, just to make this whole experience that much worse. In the meantime, you should just buy Kingdom Hearts games on PS4 or Xbox if you want to play whenever you feel like it at a consistent level of quality without having to worry about servers being “congested”.

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Docker Desktop for Linux is finally coming https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/docker-desktop-for-linux-is-finally-coming/ Tue, 10 May 2022 20:01:47 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/docker-desktop-for-linux-is-finally-coming/ Docker desktop is an easy-to-use Docker container integrated development environment (IDE). It includes Docker Engine, Docker CLI client, Docker Compose, Docker Content Trust, Kubernetes, and Credential Helper. With it, you can easily build and share containerized applications and microservices. There was only one problem: it was not available for the Linux desktop. Read it What […]]]>

Docker desktop is an easy-to-use Docker container integrated development environment (IDE). It includes Docker Engine, Docker CLI client, Docker Compose, Docker Content Trust, Kubernetes, and Credential Helper. With it, you can easily build and share containerized applications and microservices. There was only one problem: it was not available for the Linux desktop.

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What is Docker and why is it so popular?

What is Docker and why is it so popular?

Docker is hotter than hot because it allows many more applications to run on the same old servers and it also makes it easier to package and ship programs. Here’s what you need to know about it.

It’s not like a Windows game or a Mac photo editing program, where you can see why there’s no Linux version. Docker and containers live on Linux in production. But, finally, and many requests from Docker developers, Docker offers a Docker Desktop for the Linux desktop.

In addition to making it easier to create Docker containers, the Docker Desktop for Linux dashboard makes it easier for developers to manage containers, images, and volumes. It also provides:

  1. A unified Docker experience across all major operating systems.

  2. Seamless Kubernetes integration.

  3. Docker Desktop UI provides information about Docker processes running locally on your machine

Also, like Docker Desktop for Mac and Windows, Docker Desktop for Linux includes Docker extensions. These allow you to add additional development tools. Docker announced support from 14 launch partners. These include JFrogRed Hat, Snyk and VMware.

Why? Docker CEO Scott Johnston explained, “The large and complex landscape of cloud-native tools presents a challenge for developers, who need the right tool for the right job, right now.” Docker Extensions allows developers to quickly discover and start using the tools they need for their applications and avoid wasting time finding, downloading, configuring, evaluating and managing tools.”

In particular, Docker Desktop Extension for JFrog Xray enables developers to automatically scan Docker containers for vulnerabilities and violations early in the development process. In a statement, JFrog VP of Developer Relations Stephen Chin said, “We are excited to expand our partnership and integrations with Docker to now include JFrog Xray for vulnerability scanning, forensics and compliance capabilities. On the upside, we’re happy to be able to enable developers to have a better understanding of all exposures, early on, so they can engage the necessary teams for rapid response and remediation, saving downtime. shutdown and avoids the loss of confidence of end customers. »

The JFrog Docker Desktop Extension integration allows developers to:

  • Monitor and audit the security of software wrapped in Docker containers

  • Identify vulnerable artifacts in Docker containers before deployment and once in production

  • Conduct thorough forensic investigations that provide a complete view of software security incidents

  • Get up and running quickly with an easy connection within the JFrog platform to the Docker Desktop application.

Docker claims that with its increased investment in its product development tools, development teams release 13 times more frequently, increase productivity with new technologies in 65% less time, and reduce mean time to resolution (MTTR) by 62 ) security vulnerabilities. %.

To get started with Desktop for Linux, visit Docker docs to find the relevant instructions for the distribution of your choice. Although Docker provides Deb and RPM packages, it initially specifically supports Ubuntu, Debian, and Fedora. There is also an experimental package for ArchLinux. There will soon be a 64-bit version of the Raspberry Pi OS.

Overall this makes Docker Desktop much more competitive with SUSE Rancher DeskMay the best container IDE win!

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Apple said to observe grocery delivery for Apple Pay https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/apple-said-to-observe-grocery-delivery-for-apple-pay/ Mon, 09 May 2022 01:44:37 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/apple-said-to-observe-grocery-delivery-for-apple-pay/ Apple could see new updates to Apple Fitness+ and Apple Pay, and the company is also considering a nutrition-focused grocery ordering service, according to a report on Sunday (May 8) from Apple Insider. Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg reporter who often writes about Apple products, said in his “Power On” newsletter that the company may also […]]]>

Apple could see new updates to Apple Fitness+ and Apple Pay, and the company is also considering a nutrition-focused grocery ordering service, according to a report on Sunday (May 8) from Apple Insider.

Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg reporter who often writes about Apple products, said in his “Power On” newsletter that the company may also offer an iPhone hardware subscription and buy now, pay later (BNPL) financing program for Apple. Pay.

These things could help put iPhone purchases on a par with paying for other Apple subscriptions. The report says hardware subscriptions could be expected later this year, though they could be pushed back to 2023.

Plus, another way Apple is getting ahead is by becoming an Instacart rival with a new grocery delivery service. The Apple version may come with a nutrition tracking element not seen in other versions, which might be able to integrate with the Health app and add nutrition data directly.

Apple may also be considering adding more Apple Fitness+ workout types, although the report notes there’s no indication of what those might be at this time.

Last week, PYMNTS wrote that Apple had joined Google and Microsoft in supporting a passwordless login standard developed by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium.

Read more: Apple, Google and Microsoft expand support for passwordless logins

One of the major online security issues is password-only authentication because people find it difficult to keep track of many different passwords and therefore use the same ones over and over again. However, reusing passwords is a bad idea as it can lead to easy account takeovers and stolen identities.

Andrew Shikiar, Executive Director and Chief Marketing Officer of the FIDO Alliance, said the FIDO Alliance’s guiding principle is “simpler, stronger authentication”.

“This new capability should usher in a new wave of low-friction FIDO implementations alongside the continued and growing use of security keys, giving service providers a full range of options to deploy modern, phishing-resistant authentication.” , Shikiar said.

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NEW PYMNTS DATA: THE TRUTH ABOUT BNPL AND STORED CARDS – APRIL 2022

On: Shoppers who have store cards use them for 87% of all eligible purchases – but that doesn’t mean retailers should start buy now, pay later (BNPL) options at checkout. The Truth About BNPL and Store Cards, a collaboration between PYMNTS and PayPal, surveys 2,161 consumers to find out why providing both BNPL and Store Cards is key to helping merchants maximize conversion.

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How to remove unused styles using VBA in Word https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/how-to-remove-unused-styles-using-vba-in-word/ Fri, 06 May 2022 22:20:00 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/how-to-remove-unused-styles-using-vba-in-word/ If you use Word to write the occasional letter, you probably don’t think about Word styles too often. On the other hand, some users might think of styles as a formatting jungle. One of the main reasons styles confuse users is that there are so many of them and most of them go unused. The […]]]>

If you use Word to write the occasional letter, you probably don’t think about Word styles too often. On the other hand, some users might think of styles as a formatting jungle. One of the main reasons styles confuse users is that there are so many of them and most of them go unused. The Styles pane helps reduce the number of styles you interact with, but ultimately you may want to remove all unused styles from a finished document. In this article, I will show you a VBA procedure that will remove all unused styles in the current document. Keep in mind that you can’t delete built-in styles at all, so this is a workaround for documents with unused custom styles.

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I’m using Microsoft 365 on a 64-bit Windows 10 system, but you can use an older version. For your convenience, you can download the .docm, .doc and .cls demo files. Word for the web does not support VBA procedures.

Why should you delete unused styles in Word?

Most of us only use a few styles in a regular document, but the underlying template has dozens of built-in styles. Add custom styles and you can watch things spiral out of control. There are three good reasons why you might want to remove unused styles from a document:

  • In a large document with lots of custom styles that you don’t use, you might notice a performance hit. This isn’t as big a problem with today’s RAM-heavy systems, but deleting unused styles is an option.
  • It’s a good idea to remove unused styles from a Word document that you plan to distribute to a large number of people. This will make it harder for recipients to change formatting, which could mess up the whole document.
  • You are inheriting maintenance from an older document that needs cleanup work.

Figure A displays the Quick Styles gallery for the demo document. Click on the Styles group dialog launcher to see even more. These are mostly built-in styles supported by Normal, the underlying template. A few are custom styles. Most documents will not use most of these styles. But it gives you an overview of the styles – there are a lot of them, and most of them are built-in, which can’t be removed.

Figure A

Many styles are available but not used in Word documents.
Many styles are available but not used in Word documents.

It doesn’t take long for a document to be overrun with many custom but unused styles if you save custom styles in the Normal template. In this case, each new document comes with a lot of style baggage. To quickly discern how many styles you have used in a Word document, do the following:

  1. Click the Styles group dialog launcher.
  2. At the bottom of the Styles pane, click Options.
  3. In the resulting dialog box, choose In Use from the Select styles in use drop-down list (Figure B).
  4. Click OK.

Figure B

Show only styles used in a Word document.
Show only styles used in a Word document.

Figure C

The Word Styles pane now displays fewer styles.
The Word Styles pane now displays fewer styles.

As you can see in Figure C, the Styles pane displays only the currently used styles—just seven! However, only one custom style is used. I wonder how many unused custom styles we can delete.

How to enter the procedure in Word

You can try deleting the styles one by one, but that looks awful. You can use Replace to remove unused styles, but again, you would do it one at a time. Using either method, you need to know which styles aren’t being used. The Word VBA procedure in List A mimics a replacement task. I recommend performing this procedure on a copy, just in case.

List A

Sub DelUnusedStyles()
'Delete all unused styles, except for built-in styles,
'in the current document.
'You can't delete built-in styles.
Dim s As Style
For Each s In ActiveDocument.Styles
'Only execute With if current s isn't a built-in style.
If s.BuiltIn = False Then
With ActiveDocument.Content.Find
.ClearFormatting
.Style = s.NameLocal
.Execute FindText:="", Format:=True
If .Found = False Then s.Delete
End With
End If
Next
End Sub

To enter the procedure, press Alt + F11 to open the Visual Basic Editor (VBE). In the project explorer on the left, select ThisDocument and enter the procedure as shown in Figure D. You can enter the code manually or import the downloadable .cls file. Additionally, the macro is found in downloadable .docm, .doc, and .cls files. If you enter the code manually, do not paste it from this webpage. Instead, copy the code into a text editor, and then paste that code into the ThisDocument module. This will remove any ghost web characters that might otherwise cause errors.

Figure D

Enter the procedure in the ThisDocument module for the current document.
Enter the procedure in the ThisDocument module for the current document.

If you’re using a ribbon version, be sure to save the workbook as a macro-enabled file. If you are working in the menu version, you can skip this step.

To perform the procedure, click the Developer tab and then click Macros in the Macros group. In the resulting dialog box, shown in Figure E, select the DelUnusedStyles procedure and click Run. The procedure goes through the Styles collection, removing all unused styles except built-in styles.

Figure E

Run DelUnusedStyles
Run DelUnusedStyles.

Most likely you won’t want to follow all of these steps to run this macro. I recommend adding it to the Quick Access Toolbar or a custom group. If you need help, read How to Add Office Macros to the QAT Toolbar for quick access.

Remember that you can’t remove built-in styles, but you can reduce the number of custom styles available in the Styles pane by changing Recommended to In Use, as we did earlier. In this case, the Styles pane still displays the same list because these styles are in use. The procedure does not tell you how many were deleted, if any. In the case of this simple document, the procedure may not have deleted a single style. You will want to save this procedure for long and old documents that several people have worked on before you. Or for all documents, if you save all custom styles in Normal.

This procedure or other related tasks have been around for a long time. I can’t take credit for it, but it’s easily adaptable to your needs.

How VBA procedure works in Word

The DelUnusedStyles procedure is easy to understand and manage. It mimics Word’s Replace function, specifying a style by name as the search string and leaving the replace string blank. In fact, you could save much of this procedure and rearrange it. You will find, however, that the registration procedure contains a lot of unnecessary code and uses explicit selects, which is inefficient. DelUnusedStyles is succinct and effective.

After declaring the s variable as a Word style, the For Each construct loops through all the styles in the Styles collection. If the Built-in property is False, which means the style is not a built-in style, the With block sets the necessary lookup properties:

  • .ClearFormatting removes any formatting used in a previous search task.
  • .Style is set to the name of the current style (where s is the Styles variable).
  • .Execute executes the task without using any text in the search string.

When the current Style’s .Found property is False, the procedure removes it. The procedure repeats this cycle for each style in the current document.

If you use the procedure often, add it to Personal.xlsb or the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) for quick access. To learn more about Personal.xlsb, read How to Create a VBA Procedure That Closes All Open Workbooks in Excel.

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Minecraft: Java Edition Snapshot 22w18a focuses on technical changes and bug fixes https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/minecraft-java-edition-snapshot-22w18a-focuses-on-technical-changes-and-bug-fixes/ Wed, 04 May 2022 17:45:45 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/minecraft-java-edition-snapshot-22w18a-focuses-on-technical-changes-and-bug-fixes/ 2022 continues to roll on inexorably, and the release of The Wild Update continues to draw closer and closer. Mojang Studios is working tirelessly behind the scenes to deliver a comprehensive, feature-rich update later this year, and it’s involving the Minecraft community every step of the way. Minecraft: Java Edition Snapshot 22w18a comes out with […]]]>

2022 continues to roll on inexorably, and the release of The Wild Update continues to draw closer and closer. Mojang Studios is working tirelessly behind the scenes to deliver a comprehensive, feature-rich update later this year, and it’s involving the Minecraft community every step of the way.

Minecraft: Java Edition Snapshot 22w18a comes out with a new beta version of Minecraft: Bedrock Edition with many changes and fixes for The Wild Update, the main content update released for Minecraft players at some point in 2022.

This release does not include any new feature additions and instead focuses on technical updates such as controls and a handful of important bug fixes. While not a particularly exciting snapshot, Minecraft can’t maintain its place at the top of the PC gaming pile without constantly improving every aspect of itself, and Mojang Studios is well aware of that.

The complete changelog for Minecraft: Java Edition 22w18a Snapshot understand :

Changes

  • Allays now follows his beloved player even if he can’t see him
  • Allays will only lose track of a player if they are more than 64 blocks away
  • Updated sonic boom particle texture
  • Vibration listeners such as Sculk Sensors, Sculk Shriekers, and Wardens now listen for the nearest vibration instead of the tick’s first vibration

Technical updates

  • Banner patterns available in the loom can now be controlled with beacons (banner_pattern/no_item_required for no model element and banner_pattern/pattern_item/* for specific banner pattern elements)
  • Servers can now set different chat style formats for clients
  • Remove it placefeature ordered
  • Add the place ordered
  • The bundled Java runtime has been upgraded to 17.0.3
  • Removed loot table feature set_goat_horn_sound
  • Loot table added function set_instrument
  • Chat from /say, /msg, /teammsgand /me commands are now all also cryptographically signed

Types of cat

  • Different chat style formats can now be controlled by the server via the chat_type registration
  • These are synchronized with clients when they join the server
  • Translation key or translation format can be set, like chat.type.text or %s says: "%s"
  • The chat can also optionally be narrated with a custom translation key or format
  • The entire message can have formatting applied, such as italics or a specific color (but currently no click or hover events)

place ordered

  • New command that replaces placefeature and can place features, puzzles and structures in a given location
  • Syntax:
    • place feature <feature> [pos]
    • place jigsaw <pool> <start> <depth> [pos]
    • place structure <structure> [pos]
    • feature: The namespace id of a feature to try to place
    • structure: The namespace id of a structure to try to generate
    • pool: The namespace id from a model pool to start generating
    • start: The namespace id name of a puzzle to use as a starting anchor
    • depth: The maximum number of puzzle connections to go through when placing
    • pos: The position to use as origin for the generation (if omitted, ~ ~ ~ is used)

Loot Tables

  • set_instrument
    • Sets necessary element tags for instrument elements to a random value selected from a tag
    • Settings:
    • options — a tag reference specifying the instrument options to be chosen at random

Bugs fixed

  • Simultaneous vibration does not trigger as expected
  • Minecraft does not properly resolve SRV records
  • Invite and news buttons are not displayed consistently in the realms menu
  • Frog walking animation does not change based on their movement speed
  • A single sculk vein drops when using a Silk Touch hoe on multiple in a single block space
  • Sculk Catalysts will spread Sculk if a baby mob that doesn’t lose experience dies around it
  • Allays loses items picked up when restarting the world
  • Goers leashed to a fence do not move and refuse to pick up objects
  • Ancient cities can be submerged in aquifers
  • Parity issue: allays don’t follow reader/note blocks as closely on Java
  • Snow layers cannot be placed on mud
  • Incorrect description of advancement for “Sneak 100”
  • “Sneak 100” advancement includes sculk howlers as a block that can “hear” the player
  • Guardians/frogs continue animations when game is paused
  • Guardian can still detect things after death
  • Guardian continues to roar when irritated by a flaming creeper
  • Guardian continues to roar when Enraged Guardian target suffers an unnatural death
  • Warden continues to roar at disconnected players
  • Guardian continues to roar at targets in unloaded chunks
  • The guardian continues to roar at the missing target
  • Guardian continues to roar when target enters Lower Portal, Final Portal, or Final Gateway
  • Guardian’s sonic boom attacks can hit the player even if the player has entered another dimension
  • Guardians can sometimes freeze when overwhelmed by enemies/attacks/sounds
  • Mangrove leaves can spawn at higher elevation when grown below y=0
  • Get permanently stuck trying to pick up a stack of items if its slots contain a stack of the same type with different NBTs (and vice versa)
  • Game fails to load worldgen settings when .DS_Store the files are present in the datapack
  • There is a goat horn in the creative Destroy Item slot / all creative inventory tabs contain goat horns
  • User skins not loading in singleplayer
  • The game crashes when a goat horn with an invalid sound variant is used / java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: Index <index> out of bounds for length 8
  • The player is assigned a new UUID in single player mode
  • MinecraftClientHttpException when opening/creating a world

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Want a good Windows experience? Focus on the hardware first https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/want-a-good-windows-experience-focus-on-the-hardware-first/ Mon, 02 May 2022 17:53:00 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/want-a-good-windows-experience-focus-on-the-hardware-first/ Someone recently asked me what version of Windows I recommend deploying on a system. They highlighted the different versions of Windows available, including Enterprise SKUs, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows 10 Home. For most small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and home users, I recommend Windows 10 or 11 Pro — which you can upgrade to […]]]>

Someone recently asked me what version of Windows I recommend deploying on a system. They highlighted the different versions of Windows available, including Enterprise SKUs, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows 10 Home. For most small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and home users, I recommend Windows 10 or 11 Pro — which you can upgrade to even if you initially buy Windows 10 or 11 Home. Professional gives you more control over updates and exposes local group policies so you can control more things in the operating system.

Another important point is to make sure that the computer you buy has the correct hardware. In particular, this means having a solid state drive (SSD).

The other day I was helping someone set up a new PC with Windows 11 and realized again how important it is to have an SSD. After booting, the PC’s mechanical hard drive was fixed at 100% disk usage and the system was pretty much unusable. I opened Device Manager and confirmed my suspicions: the drive was not an SSD. I let the system sit for a while – a long time – until disk usage was reasonable. While the laptop had enough RAM, it clearly didn’t have the proper hard drive for Windows 11 (or even Windows 10).

Another issue with buying PCs right now is supply chain constraints; some companies have to buy equipment with any Windows version, then upgrade.

Most likely, you will only find systems with Windows 11 Home, not Windows 10, in stores. Although Windows 11 is still a work in progress, it can be tamed through the use of third-party tools such as Start11, which reverts the menu system to what is like Windows 10. If you decide to keep the system centered menus of Windows 11, be aware that Microsoft is in the process of make more changes to the Start menu system and the task manager in response to comments. Once you have purchased Windows 11 Home, you can easily purchase an upgrade to Windows 11 Professionalwhich makes it easier to defer feature releases, pause updates, and set update settings rather than having to use registry keys or other workarounds.

If you are deploying Windows 11 as a small business or for a home office, you may encounter issues with older hardware, such as home NAS devices that rely on SMB version 1 file sharing. Going forward, Windows 11 will ship with SMBv1 disabled, which means you may need to throw away your old – and probably now unsupported – NAS devices or find a way to enable SMBv2 or SMBv3 to continue using them. My advice: find a community forum for your NAS device and you should get some concrete advice on whether to retire the old system or remove it from your network.

If you’re a small business with 300 users or less and need a license for an Office suite, I suggest you look into Microsoft Enterprise Premium. It includes the latest version of Office hosted email and, most importantly, several tools for additional protection and support. In particular, it includes Azure AD p1 which allows you to configure conditional access based on device status or location and group. (This is useful for setting multi-factor authentication policies that trigger when someone logs in from a risky location or performs risky actions.) And it includes Defender for Business, a detection and remediation tool endpoints that extends to Microsoft Defender Antivirus; it actually tracks actions on a workstation and sends alerts about any malicious activity.

Additionally, it also offers actionable tasks to increase network security, such as making sure third-party software on my network is patched and attack surface reduction (ASR) rules are enabled. ASRs can provide additional protection for a network, which makes your system more resistant to attacks. If you are a business with more than 300 users, Microsoft offers two additional enterprise licenses, an E3 or an E5. These versions offer even more security features. You can purchase the operating system license alone or combine it with the Microsoft 365 License Suite for extra protection for Office.

As a reminder: choosing the best version of Windows will depend on the additional security features you want. It’s usually easy to upgrade or downgrade to a version of Windows that best suits your needs once you’ve installed your hardware. But upgrading hardware isn’t always easy, and buying the wrong laptop or PC can lock you into an unsatisfying computing experience. So before you worry about which version of Windows you need, go with the best hardware you can get. Then you’ll be well prepared to run whatever version of Windows 10 or 11 you want.

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How accurate is “Outlander”‘s portrayal of colonial America? We break it down https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/how-accurate-is-outlanders-portrayal-of-colonial-america-we-break-it-down/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 19:59:02 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/how-accurate-is-outlanders-portrayal-of-colonial-america-we-break-it-down/ Set in North Carolina in 1773, Starz’s “Outlander” Season 6, based on Diana Gabaldon’s book “A Breath of Snow and Ashes,” continues the story of Scottish heartthrob Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and time-traveling healer Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) facing the American Revolutionary War as outback settlers. But while Season 6 is set in a time […]]]>

Set in North Carolina in 1773, Starz’s “Outlander” Season 6, based on Diana Gabaldon’s book “A Breath of Snow and Ashes,” continues the story of Scottish heartthrob Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and time-traveling healer Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) facing the American Revolutionary War as outback settlers.

But while Season 6 is set in a time period that will be broadly familiar to American audiences, “Outlander” also introduces a number of lesser-known details of 18th-century American history.

Showrunner Matthew Roberts says it takes an average of six weeks to research and prepare for filming, and another six weeks to film. All of this pre-production work is spent learning, researching, and consulting with experts about the different cultures they portray in each episode.

Native Americans are the focus of special attention this season. Roberts explains that much of the research has focused on understanding mannerisms and body language. To cite one example, “We learned that the Cherokee don’t point with their fingers,” he said. “They would never do that, so we told (the actors) not to do that.”


But Fraser’s Ridge itself — about 20 miles or three nights’ ride from Wilmington, NC, imagines production designer Mike Gunn — is fictional, though many Scottish settlers came to Salisbury and Wilmington during this time, according to Danielle Berrow, writer and historical consultant on “Outlander”.

“There are some things that are just absolute facts, and we’ve tried to portray them that way,” Roberts said. “But we don’t make documentaries. It’s 100% fiction.” Also, he acknowledges, some aspects of history are not knowable, such as the behavior of real historical figures like William Tyron, who served as governor of North Carolina and New York, or George Washington.

“We have no idea what George Washington looked like or acted. This is our fictionalized portrayal of him,” Roberts said.

What is Freemasonry and was it common in the 18th century?

Although Freemasonry is not a religion in itself, Berrow explains that to be a Freemason, one had to believe in “a supreme being”. One of the oldest fraternal organizations in the world, the origins of Freemasons date back to the Middle Ages. Freemasonry was banned by the Catholic Church in 1738.

“Some of the founding fathers have various associations, or at least rumor has it they have associations, for being Freemasons,” Berrow said.

She explained that it is sometimes difficult to get an idea of ​​the exact number of people involved in these Masonic ceremonies “because of the secrecy that surrounds them”.

Season 6’s opening scene jumps back to 1752 to show Jamie’s involvement with the order, as he is given a leadership position in Ardsmuir prison.

After Jamie is named a Freemason by the prison warden, tension rises between him and devout Protestant Tom Christie, played by Mark Lewis Jones. The plot depicts Jamie’s overly cunning way of finding peace between divided Catholic and Protestant prisoners in an attempt to control the narrative.

As the story transports viewers to the present of the 1773 episode, religious tension once again arises between Jamie and Christie, as Christie moves to Fraser’s Ridge and attempts to build a church.

Jamie quickly readjusts Christie’s expectations and suggests that the church be a meeting house instead – a nod to the Old South Meeting House where attendees of that year’s Boston Tea Party gathered to fan the flames American revolutionary fervor.

What’s all the glass?

Jamie and Claire’s home on Fraser’s Ridge features colorful furniture and vibrant wall designs – common aspects of lavish living in the 1770s.

But the elegant glass creations stand out this season: tumblers, distillers and bewitching ornamentation on the doors and windows of the main houses.

Gunn explains that he wanted to allow himself some artistic license, since Jamie and Claire are well funded and Claire Kenit’s the future. Knowing the limited resources and technology available to Claire, however, the production tried to stay within historically accurate parameters of innovation and design. “We normally have the freedom (of) Claire’s knowledge of the future that she might bring back,” Gunn said.

Glass, a rare commodity at the time, is an index of wealth. But windows and cups aren’t the only elements teasing this season’s plot.

Sand clocks, called hourglasses, are another key motif. Even though hourglasses were invented in the 8th century, “Outlander” never featured them in previous seasons. This season, however, Claire is seen with an hourglass several times to measure her “ether naps”. Gunn said the hourglasses have become a way to nudge fans towards the “sense of time flowing”.

“Winter is coming, bad things are coming,” he said.

Wait, what is an “ethereal nap”?

Season 6 highlights an innovative time for the Frasers.

Claire discovers ether, an inhaled anesthetic, 73 years before its official discovery in real life.

Ether, which can be dangerous if overused, is administered by various methods. Gunn explains that in the 1700s, the most common method was to apply the ether to a piece of cloth, then place the cloth over the nose and mouth.

But due to her experience as a combat nurse in World War II, Claire knows of another method: the Ferguson face mask.

The designer chose to combine Claire’s knowledge with the limited resources she had. “We wanted something a little sexier, a little more exciting than just clothing,” Gunn said.

Because ether has a similar consistency to alcohol, Gunn and his team also had to find a way to show Claire’s complex process of distilling the chemical.

“We had to figure out how she was going to capture it and then contain it,” he said. “And we designed props for it to sink into the glass beaker. We worked on the physics of how it would stay there and not evaporate.”

And Claire is not the only one to innovate this season: Brianna Fraser (Sophie Skelton) invents safety matches. (In reality, safety matches were invented about 53 years later by John Walker, a British pharmacist.)

The word “matches” dates back to the early medieval period. Berrow explains that many people are surprised that a more primitive version of matches has existed for so long: “They were little sticks dipped in sulfur,” she said.

“These 18th century characters are used to using fire on a daily basis, and they have to kindle it somehow. But there are obviously little bits of modern convenience that our characters can perhaps help with. in the series,” she added.

Brianna’s underrated invention, likely to be equally underrated by modern audiences, turns an onerous chore into a simple task with the flick of a match.

How accurate is the description of the Anglo-Indigenous Relations series?

For viewers wondering if Ian Murray’s acceptance into the Mohawk tribe – in which he receives facial markings with a pigment-dipped fishbone – is based on real events: Yes, it is. , says Berrow, who explains that such ceremonies, while not common, have not taken place. take place.

“I thought that was incredibly moving, especially considering the trauma these people have gone through historically and the fact that they were colonized and forced to convert to Christianity,” Berrow said. “It’s really interesting to hear about the kind of acceptance ceremonies and how appearance plays a big role.”

Ian’s story, which culminates in the Mohawk chief telling him, “Every drop of white blood has been washed from your veins,” is adapted from one of the early settlers of the colonies, Captain James Smith. Smith, who described the experience in his diary, was adopted by the Mohawks and underwent a similar ceremony, down to the language used. The message, according to Berrow, is: “You become one of us, we love you as one of us.”

The series also accurately captures the position of the Cherokee in the American Revolution through a fictionalized version of Alexander Cameron, a Scottish settler who was commissioned by the British to act as an agent for British Indians.

Cameron lived among the Cherokees for nearly 15 years as they shifted allegiance between the British Army and American settlers, eventually siding with Britain in the American War of Independence. .

Berrow explained that many high school textbooks fail to teach the full complexity of the American Revolution—especially the strategic engagement of Native Americans in conflicts between European powers and settlers in order to achieve their own political goals.

“The British are the bad guys,” she said of the popular understanding of this period. “How could they (the Cherokee and the Mohawk) be aligned with them?” “Outlander” attempts to portray a more accurate version of the conflict in which each population follows the path it feels best serves its interests, which was no less true for the Mohawks and Cherokee than it was for the British and Americans. .

Season 6 is just six episodes long, marking a shorter-than-usual “Outlander.”

But dinna fash, Roberts confirms that the “Droughtlander” will be brief, with the 16 episodes of season 7 fast approaching.

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New Hyper-V version of NoxPlayer works with Google Play Games and WSA https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/new-hyper-v-version-of-noxplayer-works-with-google-play-games-and-wsa/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 06:15:00 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/new-hyper-v-version-of-noxplayer-works-with-google-play-games-and-wsa/ by Claudiu Andone Windows & Software Expert A veteran of the tech and science press, Claudiu focuses on everything new from Microsoft. His sudden interest in computers started when he saw the first home computer as a child. However, its… Read more NoxPlayer is the first Android emulator capable of running Virtualbox and Hyper-V simultaneously. […]]]>

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  • NoxPlayer is the first Android emulator capable of running Virtualbox and Hyper-V simultaneously.
  • This means you won’t have to disable Intel Virtualization to play your games.
  • This software allows you to enjoy multiple games with different accounts, helps you map your keys and much more.

NoxPlayer Android emulator is Hyper V compatible

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Hyper-V is Microsoft’s hardware virtualization product that lets you create and run a virtual machine that acts like a full PC system.

However, you should also know that VirtualBox and VMWare cannot work with Hyper-V enabled and that’s why if you want to run a virtual machine, the first step is to disable this feature.

Disable Hyper-V using a command line tool

This is usually a problem because you have to go into Control Panel or run a command line and change that, then restart your PC.

Well, that’s where the fun part begins because the new version of NoxPlayer is the first emulator in the market that supports Virtualbox technology and Hyper-V enabled at the same time.

How does NoxPlayer’s Hyper-V compatibility help me?

As you learned in our recent articles, Windows 11’s WSA and Google Play Games are based on Hyper-V technology.

Of course, you will be able to use them, but they will not be as feature rich as NoxPlayer and for any other emulator you will still have to modify the functionality and avoid Intel virtualization technology.

Finally, having Virtualbox and Hyper-V technology in the same product, NoxPlayer will work on any environment, whether your PC is Hyper-V ready or not.

What is the difference between NoxPlayer and the Hyper-V version of Bluestacks?

Bluestacks also created a new version but instead of upgrading the VirtualBox version, they released a fully Hyper-V based version.

This means you cannot run the emulator on Windows 10 Home and earlier operating systems that do not support Hyper-V.

Also, if you installed another version based on VirtualBox, you won’t be able to transfer your data to the new emulator, so say goodbye to your current status if it’s saved locally.

So, NoxPlayer made things much easier for everyone, including developers who also needed to switch between environments.

What are the best features of NoxPlayer?

1. Multi-instances

If you have more than one account for a game or want to play more than one game at the same time, NoxPlayer will do that.

You’ll be able to change the window size, access all the games easily and they’ll run smoothly, but that also depends on the amount of RAM on your machine, of course.

2. Keyboard and mouse mapping

Especially in action games, there can be a lot of keys and controls, and managing them with your keyboard isn’t always easy.

With NoxPlayer, you can map all keys and mouse clicks in a flash, then save the configuration seamlessly.

In fact, you can even change the size of their screen representation and adjust their opacity to keep them from restricting your view.

3. Macro Recorder

If you’re playing a game that requires a lot of repetitive tasks to advance, the macro recorder will help you get to the next level in no time.

Just press the Record button, the tool will automatically minimize to the top of the emulator window and record actions such as mouse clicks, slides and keyboard clicks.

After stopping recording, the script is automatically saved to your current list. After that, you can save several more loops and run them in any order you want.

As you can see, NoxPlayer brings heavy features that are impossible to ignore, and now that you have Virtualbox and Hyper-V under the same hood, it’s easier than ever to enjoy your games.

And yes, NoxPlayer can run Android 9 so you can play all new titles without a hitch.

Of course, you can also check our list including the best Android emulators and take your pick.

If you have already tested the new version of the Hyper-V NoxPlayer Android Emulator, do not hesitate to share your experience in the comments section below.

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Twenty Thousand Hertz launches a two-part series on the sonic history of Microsoft’s Windows startup sounds https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/twenty-thousand-hertz-launches-a-two-part-series-on-the-sonic-history-of-microsofts-windows-startup-sounds/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 18:42:47 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/twenty-thousand-hertz-launches-a-two-part-series-on-the-sonic-history-of-microsofts-windows-startup-sounds/ Twenty Thousand Hertz launches a two-part series on the sonic history of Microsoft’s Windows startup sounds Listen to the latest episode of the Webby Nominee & Ambie-Winning 2022 podcast: “Ta-da! It’s Windows” Art by George Butler Today, twenty thousand hertz – recent double Webby nominee and Ambie 2022 winner podcast – releases “T-da! It’s Windows,” […]]]>

Twenty Thousand Hertz launches a two-part series on the sonic history of Microsoft’s Windows startup sounds

Listen to the latest episode of the Webby Nominee & Ambie-Winning 2022 podcast:

“Ta-da! It’s Windows”

Art by George Butler

Today, twenty thousand hertz – recent double Webby nominee and Ambie 2022 winner podcast – releases “T-da! It’s Windows,” the first episode of a two-part series that unfolds the indelible story of the Windows startup sounds. From a single lo-fi tone to a triumphant “ta-da” to ambient compositions of both Brian Eno and a British rockstar, host Dallas-Taylor takes listeners through the decades of technological innovation behind Microsoft the sonic brand, shattering noises that have introduced millions of computer users to a world of possibilities.

Listen to “Ta-da! It’s Windows” Here

Startup sounds are like mini time capsules: they may only last a few seconds, but they can tell a lot about the company that made them and where technology was heading at the time. Over the years, Microsoft has released at least 10 completely unique startup sounds – and almost all of them have become iconic in their own right.

While early computers could only support a single lo-fi tone when Windows 1.0 and 2.0 Launched in the late 1980s, the technology quickly evolved enough to support more complex sound design. So with Windows 3.1 in 1992 came the triumphant “ta-da.” “It kind of aligned with the idea of ​​that kind of magical ta-da moment and the excitement people had when they booted up their first computer,” actions Matthew Bennetta composer and sound artist who worked at Microsoft for over a decade. “For many people, these Windows 3.1 computers were their first computers…and it was a very exciting thing to have in their homes.”

Over the next few years, home computers exploded in popularity. Meanwhile, Microsoft was already hard at work on their next release: Windows 95. To create the new startup sound, they contacted Brian Enoa British composer famous for his ambient music. “It was very funny when I got the job because they sent me a pretty long letter saying ‘the piece of music must be inspiring, sexy, catchy, provocative, nostalgic, sentimental…’ Eno laughs about the experience. “There were about 150 adjectives, then at the bottom it said ‘…and no more than 3.8 seconds. “”

Brian became obsessed with making every microsecond count, eventually writing 83 versions of the 3-second sound. As a much larger, more atmospheric piece of audio, Windows 95 Sound was a huge sonic upgrade, but it was also a more human musical experience. And if you slow the sound down, you actually get what sounds like a Brian Eno composition: still kind of a “ta-da” celebration, but much smoother and more organic.

While Eno’s sound for Windows 95 had an emotional texture, as Windows looked to its next model, Windows NT, they knew they wanted to take a different sonic direction. Windows NT was the professional and convenient operating system. To meet Windows NT’s goal of advancing into the future, the sound engineer Matthew Felton designed an aggressive, synth-focused startup sound.

In just a few years, Microsoft created three completely unique startup sounds – and in the decades since, they’ve continued to experiment. the Windows 98 the sound was created by holding a contest, while Windows 2000 used live instruments such as a French horn and female vocal line, and Windows XP enlisted the entire Seattle Symphony Orchestra to debut a new startup sound.

In 2001, Microsoft wanted to create more of a journey for its users, a sort of narrative arc. To do this, they used both sound and image. Windows XP’s interface had a very distinct look: the blue taskbar and Bliss wallpaper – the quintessential green hills and blue skies – plus a startup sound meant to evoke that same peaceful landscape. This approach opened up a whole new world of interconnectivity: “It wasn’t just a cool thing you heard when you turned on your computer anymore,” explains host Dallas Taylor. “It was now part of a larger, unified experience, from startup, to notifications, to shutdown, and more.”

When it came time to design their next sound for Windows VistaMicrosoft contacted another famous musician, Robert Fripp, guitarist and founding member of British progressive rock band King Crimson, and longtime collaborator of Brian Eno. Fripp spent two full days in the studio with the Microsoft team, recording six hours of guitar soundscapes. Using the tape from these sessions and additional sound design elements, Microsoft created the startup sound used in both Windows Vista and Windows 7.

The era that started with Windows XP and continued through Windows 7 was a sea change for Microsoft. At that time, it wasn’t about being flashy or in your face. It was about creating an atmosphere. In a way, the approach had come full circle, back to Windows 95.

But after years of sound innovation, countless UI jingles, and setting a standard for technological innovation, Windows has decided to kill the startup sound – that and more coming May 11, in part two of Twenty Thousand Hertz’s deep dive into the sounds of Windows.

Twenty Thousand Hertz is the award-winning premier show on the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds. Produced by the sound design studios of Defacto Sound, the podcast has already revealed the origins of Netflix’s “Ta-Dum” for the very first time, in addition to dissecting HBO theme and static angelthe McDonald’s “I love it” jingleand much more available here: https://www.20k.org/archive

About twenty thousand hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz is a lovingly crafted podcast that reveals the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds. With over 20 million lifetime downloads, over 125,000 listeners per episode and 3 Webby awards to its name, Twenty Thousand Hertz is the world’s leading sound podcast. Twenty Thousand Hertz episodes have been featured on Planet Money, 99% Invisible, Endless Thread and Every Little Thing. The show has also been covered by The New York Times, Marketplace, Entertainment Weekly, Salon, Popular Science and many more.

About Dallas Taylor

Dallas Taylor is the host and creator of Twenty Thousand Hertz, a lovingly crafted podcast revealing the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds. Dallas is also the creative director of Its de facto, where he has led thousands of high-profile sound design projects – from blockbuster trailers and advertising campaigns to major television series and Sundance-winning films. Additionally, Dallas is a TED main stage speaker, regular contributor to major publications and respected thought leader on the storytelling power of sound.

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Windows 10 KB5011831 fixes black screen and other critical bugs https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/windows-10-kb5011831-fixes-black-screen-and-other-critical-bugs/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 23:51:23 +0000 https://garagebandforwindowspc.org/windows-10-kb5011831-fixes-black-screen-and-other-critical-bugs/ Windows 10 KB5011831 is now available with a fix for an issue where the operating system could crash with a black screen. The fix is ​​offered through Windows Update (WU) and users can download Windows 10 KB5011831 offline installer to update multiple PCs without downloading the same package. It is also useful if WU fails […]]]>

Windows 10 KB5011831 is now available with a fix for an issue where the operating system could crash with a black screen. The fix is ​​offered through Windows Update (WU) and users can download Windows 10 KB5011831 offline installer to update multiple PCs without downloading the same package. It is also useful if WU fails for some reason.

KB5011831 is another update that won’t install or download even if you don’t explicitly grant permission to Windows Update. Remember that optional updates are safe and tested by the tech giant, and the changes will eventually ship to everyone as part of next month’s Patch Tuesday.

In other words, it might be a good idea to skip optional updates if you don’t really need those patches today. The same patch will be heading to your device as part of Patch Tuesday May 2022. It should be noted that the company will not fix bugs found in the optional update when it ships the same set of changes to everyone. with the May 2022 patch on Tuesday.

If you check for updates today, you will see the following fix in the optional updates section:

2022-04 Preview Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H2 for x64-based Systems (KB5011831)

Update KB5011831 Windows 10

Download links for Windows 10 KB5011831

Windows 10 KB5011831 direct download links: 64-bit and 32-bit (x86).

Windows 10 KB5011831 (Build 19044.1682) Full Changelog

There are no new features in the Windows 10 Cumulative Update, but the company says it has made improvements to servicing the Secure Boot component of Windows.

In terms of fixes, more changes are business-oriented. For example, Microsoft has increased the Azure Active Directory registration expiration time from 60 minutes to 90 minutes. This also fixes an issue where it causes an exception on timeout.

According to the release notes, Microsoft has fixed an issue where the remote desktop session could close or the operating system could attempt to reconnect if it stops responding while waiting for the Accessibility Shortcut Manager.

This patch also fixes a strange bug where boot delays of up to 40 minutes were resolved in this release. The same patch has already been released for users in the Windows 11 Insider Program build preview channel.

As the title suggested, Microsoft has fixed a critical bug where the operating system shows a black screen when logging in or out.

Other bug fixes in Windows 10 Build 19044.1682:

  • Microsoft fixed an issue that prevents users from changing a password if it expires during the sign-in process.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue that causes the operating system to stop working when you apply a Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) policy.
  • Fixed an issue where the operating system could fail to copy the security portion of a Group Policy.
  • Microsoft has made changes to reduce Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) load balancing on Remote Desktop.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue that could cause a OneDrive file to lose focus.
  • Microsoft fixed issues with News and Interests where they appeared on screen even when you didn’t click, tap, or hover over the pinned to taskbar icon.
  • The update fixed an issue where the Shift KeyUp event was causing issues with some apps when using the Korean IME.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that displayed the wrong IME mode indicator.
  • Microsoft fixed problems with the network drive on a Server Message Block version 1 (SMBv1) share
  • A bug has been fixed where the virtual machine object (VCO) password setting does not work correctly.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue that could cause the server to crash.

Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 21H2 for everyone

Although Windows 11 is apparently the focus, Microsoft is still actively working on Windows 10 to fix potential issues.

The company recently said Windows 10 version 21H2 is “ready for wide deployment,” implying that it’s now safe to install the feature update if you don’t want to upgrade. upgraded to Windows 11.

The move comes as no surprise as the tech giant takes about six months to declare an update ready for a large-scale rollout.

“As always, we recommend updating your devices to the latest version of Windows 10 as soon as possible,” Microsoft noted.

Microsoft has previously said that the company will continue to support Windows 10 until October 2025. This means that another feature update with a limited set of improvements will be released in the fall.

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