Windows 11 system requirements & features

Windows 11 leak has created an exciting wave among all Tech-savvy people. The possible date to announce the Windows 11 upgrade is set to be on 24 June 2021 at 11 AM. Additionally, its expected that this upgrade will be free for the users who are already working with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. This version has the possibility to bring more users to Microsoft.   

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System requirements       

Here are the minimum expected system requirements for Windows 11 –

  • 1.2 GHz (32-bit) or 1.4 GHz (64-bit) single-core processor.
  • 15 GB of approx hard disk space.
  • 2 GB RAM or more.
  • 1024 × 768 or higher screen resolution. 

Recommended Configuration –

  • 2.0 GHz dual core process
  • 18 GB of free disk space.
  • 4 GB RAM 
  • 1680 × 1050 screen resolution.

What features will you receive with Windows 11 upgrade

  • New rounded cornered Start menu, Search Bar and taskbar.
  • Featured add to perform multitask like creating task windows groups or split-screen and more.
  • Moving and dragging animations. Not only this, but if you open a new window, closes it or minimize it, the different animation would appear with different animation than earlier.
  • This version will include new sounds as well. After 2015, there wasn’t any sound update in Windows 15, however you will see the various sound option with Windows 11.
  • Significant control on touch control with the fixing of windows 10 issues.
  • The dark mode access will also be there.
  • Shape changes in pointy corners. It will be changed into a round shape.
  • New icons and new widgets are added to make it more engaging.
  • The Windows 11 download file size would be 4.54 GB. The actual file size of Windows 11 may vary between 4.54 GB to 6 GB. 

Many leaks are required to be clear, which everyone is expecting to be on 24 June. So we have to wait for a little for the announcement. 

Microsoft, Qualcomm create Windows on ARM

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Major Highlights-

  • Microsoft partners with Qualcomm to launch a Windows on ARM-based developer’s kit.
  • The initiative will encourage the developers to to build ARM64 apps for Snapdragon-based PCs on affordable deals.

Qualcomm in partnership with Microsoft has announced to come up with a Windows on ARM-based dev kit. This will enable the developers to make a purchase at the Microsoft Store this summer. It will be a reasonably priced miniature PC that’s built to encourage the developers to build ARM64 apps for Snapdragon-based PCs.

Initially, the devices like the Surface Pro X were purchased and used by the developers to test their ARM64 apps on Windows. The price of Surface Pro X starts from $999 and up, which makes the practice an expensive deal for the developers. The two partners haven’t yet decided the price for this miniature system, and have assured to sell it for affordable prices for the developers to buy it without having to check on their wallets.

Miguel Nunes of Qualcomm has his say as the developer kit offering a reasonable option to any other commercial devices. The kit has a smaller desktop configuration providing the developers more flexibility than the notebooks at a cheaper cost.

Qualcomm has already unveiled its second-generation Snapdragon 7c ARM-powered processor prior to the announcement to launch the developer kit. This processor has come into existence for entry-level Windows PCs and Chromebooks.

This recently announced developer kit will allow the developers to test Microsoft’s new x64 app emulation for Windows on ARM. This kit underwent testing for Windows in December 2020. With this, the users can access 64-bit apps in which ARM-based devices are yet to be assembled. It’s provided with an emulation layer to get an entire mass of app compatibility to Windows on ARM, on being accessible to the users.

The Build 2021 session named “What’s new for Windows desktop application developers” has been ascertained by Microsoft and Qualcomm, the partners, to disclose further details concerning the developer’s kit announced today.

Switch introduced with Famicom Detective Club


Nintendo Switch is the great medium to enjoy the murder mystery story, sitting comfortably at your home. The Nintendo tablet owners have enjoyed series like Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Murder By Numbers allowing you to play a game around any corner of your house.

Famicom Detective Club, the 80s game, has recently been introduced to the switch with two of its titles released on 14th May. The titles recently added include The Missing Heir and a prequel called The Girl Who Stands Behind. These games have been made to look new, while they initially belong to 1988 and 1989 respectively.

One can see the enhancements and makeover provided to these games with the detailed background settings and the vivaciously beautified characterization. These drastic changes brought to the otherwise famous original game featuring plain black menus and moderately simple pixel art.

Marking its debut in the English language on Nintendo Switch, this is a 30-year-old game that certainly turns out to be amazingly great with respect to its age.

The setting involves the plot with the matriarch of the rich Japanese family dead in mysterious circumstances. The butler of this family hires a player to examine the matter and solve the mystery. The story unfolds to be a dispute among the sibling to acquire the control of their business, while a titular character and the right heir of the property. It also includes the outsiders, the villagers who believe the family to be cursed.

The game is full of twists with more than one person’s death that the player needs to investigate throughout the game. The game has been described as a visual novel in which you interact with the game characters to find the clues related to the murder mysteries you are trying to solve.

This 1980’s game doesn’t seem like one as such nail-biting twists, the portrayal of the characters and the unfurling of the plot will get you to the edge of your chairs.

Next-Gen PlayStation 4K VR

Important Highlights-

  • The new PlayStation 5 VR headset is soon to be launched in higher resolution.
  • The detailed specifications about the device claim a resolution of 4000×2040 pixels or 2000×2040 per eye.

The PlayStation 5 has announced its recent version VR headset launching soon in 4K. With the unrevealed name of the device to be surfaced, Sony has reportedly shared the details of this upcoming product with its collaborators.

The detailed specifications pertaining to this product claims a resolution of 4000×2040 pixels or 2000×2040 per eye, an adjustment dial separated by the lens, and gaze tracking capable of foveated rendering. The headset is incorporated with the motor to be used by the developers to provide feedback directly.

The development of the next-gen wired VR headset for PS5 was under process after the confirmation by Sony to release it in 2021. The upcoming device controllers will have analogue sticks with finger position sensing. Also, the resistive triggers can push back on being pressed, similar to the PS5 DualSense controller.

The media reports also suggest that the Next-Gen PlayStation VR will have extra pixels.  According to the sources, the upcoming headset will be capable of tracking an eye of a user for the foveated rendering to get the sharp images only where a user sees. In contrast, the images will be blurred in the peripheral vision. This helps in the simulation according to an eye’s perception, and that lets the consoles function well, not rendering the views in higher resolution. Other creative things that can be done using eye-tracking include the creation of realistic avatars and more such things.

One of the media reports asserts that the upcoming VR headset will work on inside-out tracking, an upgraded version of the original re-purposed PlayStation Move system. The inside-out tracking system uses the cameras provided on the outer surface of the headset, which can figure out your whereabouts inside a room.

The above speculations regarding the upcoming VR device make it a prominent accessory for PS5 users.

Gogo’s 5G network launch has stopped

It might push the network launch to the year 2022.

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Gogo, the Inflight Internet Company, will be delaying its 5G network rollout. Gogo is pushing this rollout back from 2021 to 2022. The global chip shortage is getting blamed for the delay; however, Gogo didn’t reveal any direct details about how the shortage was slowing down.

Well, Gogo isn’t the just one feeling the sting of the worldwide chip shortage; CPUs, graphics cards, and game consoles also have get infamous for receiving the short supply. The circumstance has arrived at the point where President Joe Biden has signed an executive order requiring an audit of the chip supply chain. As well as, due to the supply constraint, production lines getting slow down of the car manufacturers.

Its commercial in-flight Wi-Fi business has also ended up selling it to a bankrupt satellite provider, which makes it slightly not so clear of what the company is planning to do with its 5G network and eventually when the network gets it rolled out.

The company is popular for offering in-flight Wi-Fi, and it has the troublesome year 2020 where it completed a few rounds of cutbacks, furloughs and pay cuts as people quit taking flights. It still offers in-flight entertainment as well as the internet for more business-oriented planes as well as smaller ones, and therefore there are changes it’ll use the network to enhance that service.

Gogo wasn’t promptly available to give a comment on its upcoming plans for the 5G network. With a ban, After the US government essentially shut down the network equipment provider, Gogo abandoned its plans of using equipment from ZTE to upgrade the network to 4G.

WhatsApp explains what if you reject new privacy-policy

We know about WhatsApp’s new privacy policy that it recently asked to accept during an update. Most of us accept it without looking at privacy terms, and some of us didn’t accept this policy notice. Now, WhatsApp has explained in its FAQ section of its original website about what will happen to those users who don’t accept its new privacy policy. 

It says that the functionality of WhatsApp will become more limited beginning May 15th, and users won’t be able to read or send messages any longer from the app.

They’ll actually have the option to get notifications and calls, however, this may be workable for a “short time.” The company makes sure this period will last a few weeks.

Among certain users, the privacy policy has been questionable, who stress that it permits WhatsApp to share their private texts with its parent company Facebook. Though on WhatsApp, text messages between person to person are end-to-end encrypted, so just recipients can have the option to read the content. Some personal data, such as phone numbers, have been shared with Facebook by WhatsApp since 2016. 

If you don’t accept those policies, you’ll still have the option to receive calls, but not much else.

What the latest policy associate with is text messages would be sent to enterprises, and larger businesses, which may be stored on servers of Facebook, and the data and information collected from WhatsApp may be used for advertising.

WhatsApp announced because of the objection that it would postpone the introduction of the new privacy policy, which was initially because of go into effect on February 8th. One week ago, WhatsApp laid out in an effort how it would clarify the new privacy policy to its clients, that consists of a banner inside the application with an explanation of the new policy.

The Facebook-owned messaging service, WhatsApp, says that it won’t erase any of its user’s account whoever haven’t accepted May 15th’s new terms, and even after that date, that user will still have the option to agree to the new policy. However, it cautions that after they’re inactive for 120 days, it commonly removes accounts.

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Instagram removing Share Feed Posts option

Users wouldn’t be able to share Feed Posts (photos) within stories. 

Instagram always keeps changing some of its features time by time, and now it’s considering a major change about the Instagram Stories feature. Instagram is disabling the option to reshare or share posts from feed to stories, and this test is being to see how it’ll changes engagement with the popular feature.

The company announced the change through a notification banner sent to users in “select countries” where the about to remove the option to share photos (posts) from the feed stories, and the test would be conducted. Though that’s a part of another test for some users, it’s not known exactly which countries are participating.

Instagram shows a notification on some users’ screens with the header – Testing a change to sharing to stories with the notice that Instagram hears from their community that they want to see fewer posts in Stories. The notification also added that during this test, users wouldn’t be able to add a feed post to your Story.  

To stories, resharing posts is genuinely regular practice; however, it creates circumstances where you’ll see a post in your feed and then quickly see that post copied in your friend’s stories.

However, annoying the present circumstance might be, it’s significant that sharing or resharing posts to stores is how numerous businesses, organizations, and artists get in front of users because of algorithm Instagram favoring family and friends.

For example, pushing feed posts in stories opens up the chance for the mutual aid organization to get more donations in your neighborhood. Removing the ability to reshare any post is reacting to a behavior Instagram and Facebook supported in the first place by setting stories so conspicuously in the application and proposing the options to share them.

Disabling reshares stays a test for the current time, similar as the changes to likes the Instagram considered and numerous different new application layouts it has prototyped. In any case, the circumstance is somewhat unexpected; Twitter is right now testing the ability to share and reshare tweets to Instagram as stickers.