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  1. Windows 11's general availability is just around the corner, but as we learned a few days ago, it will not ship with Android app support, something that Microsoft touted heavily when it announced the OS back in June. That said, a new listing for Windows Subsystem for Android has now been spotted on the Microsoft Store that reveals a couple of interesting details. As spotted by WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_ on Twitter), the Microsoft Store now contains a dedicated page for "Windows Subsystem for Android". Although it's free to download, it currently only pops up a blank window when you install and open it on Windows 11. On our Windows 10 device, it does not even install. However, the store listing does contain a few interesting details. For one, the minimum requirements have been listed as Windows 10 version 22000.0 or greater, which is likely a typo for Windows 11 as it is the same branch as what we have on the Beta Channel currently. More importantly, it lists Xbox One as a supported OS too, something that has not been hinted by Microsoft before. Supported architectures include ARM64 and x64 while the minimum amount of RAM required is 8GB. The recommended specifications are the same apart from RAM requirements, which have been bumped up to 16GB. The store listing also cautions that users of the app shouldn't take screenshots or leak other content - likely an advisory for Microsoft employees testing the app internally. While Microsoft has not revealed further details about Android app support yet, we do know that Microsoft is partnering with Amazon and will deliver Android apps via the Amazon App Store which will be available under the Microsoft Store. With the new update, users will be able to download and install Android apps like TikTok, Pinterest, Kindle and more. Furthermore, these will act like Windows apps allowing users to pin them to taskbar, snap with other apps, resize and more. That said, it is important to note that none of the details - especially support for Xbox consoles - mentioned in the Microsoft Store listing have been confirmed by the Redmond tech giant itself so it's highly likely that they will change over time. We already know that the capabilities won't be present in the October 5 release of Windows 11. Windows Subsystem for Android app makes an appearance, touts Xbox support
  2. Hi,dear nsaners.I just bought my self a new extern hdd.1 TB in size and i am looking for a good,fast and reliable backup tool to backup my games colection to my new external hdd.My pc games colection is curently now writen on several DVD's and it's quite a pain in the *** to always use them to install/copy my games. So if u guys know some tools that can make a precise,1 to 1 copy tool for my games,then u guys are awesome ( u are,either way ) :D Thanks and have a good life/day :D
  3. broascadilie

    App for importing Skype contacts

    Hi guys.My Skype is crashing all the time.Not realy important because i use the store Skype app in windows 8.1. I was thinking,is there a good voice chat/text chat app outhere that u can import your Skype contacts in it ? Because the windows store Skype,does not offer good and intuitive options. Hope u can help. Thanks !
  4. Amazon Prime Video UWP app for Windows 10 now available! Last week we reported that Amazon was working on an Amazon Prime Video UWP app for Windows 10, but that the app was not active yet. Today that situation has changed, and the app appears fully functional. Gallery The description of the app reads: Watch movies and TV shows recommended for you, including Amazon Originals like The Boys, Hunters, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, and much more. App Features: Download videos to watch offline – anywhere, anytime. Rent or buy thousands of titles including new release movies, popular TV shows, and more (not available in all countries/regions). With Prime Video Channels, Prime members can subscribe to more than 150 premium and specialty channels like HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and Cinemax. Only pay for the channels you want, no cable required, cancel anytime (not available in all countries/regions). With X-Ray, view IMDb information about the actors, songs, and trivia for videos as you stream. See www.primevideo.com/ww-av-legal-home for the Privacy Policy and other terms applicable to your use of Prime Video. Amazon Prime Video UWP app for Windows 10 now available!
  5. Mint is getting new features for tracking subscriptions and managing transactions The app is facing growing competition from banks and Google Image: Mint Mint, the free personal finance app from Intuit, is receiving an update today, adding more automated features like subscription tracking and new “insights” to keep you informed where your money is spent, Fast Company reports. Mint’s new features may bring it more in line with the competition from banks and companies like Google that have been nipping at its heels with built-in budget tracking features and other services over the years. Mint’s main function is tracking spending by automatically sorting transactions based on type. By connecting a checking or savings account, Mint can start combing through purchases to see how much is spent in categories like groceries, electronics, or gas. From there, you can create a budget by setting a limit for each category, and Mint can see when you go over or how much you have left to spend for the month. Mint’s automatic categorization isn’t perfect, but it does save time in comparison to manually labeling each transaction. The updated Mint app for iPhone. Image: Intuit The new features in today’s update (arriving first for the iOS app) bring elements of the web version of Mint over to mobile. In the updated Mint app, users will be able to batch edit labels for transactions and view monthly spending in comparison to the previous year. Mint is also gaining the ability to automatically track subscriptions and inform users when prices go up. Intuit is also starting to integrate TurboTax with Mint, beginning with tracking this year’s tax refund. Intuit hopes to allow Mint information to transfer back to TurboTax at some point in the future to make using the software to do taxes a bit easier, according to Fast Company’s report. These changes can seem minor, but keeping up with the features of other personal finance apps like Digit, online banks like Simple, and offerings from larger institutions like Chase or Wells Fargo is a big part of keeping Mint relevant. Competition has started coming from outside the worlds of finance and banking as well. Google’s recently revamped version of Google Pay combines the peer-to-peer payments and card wallet the app originally offered with a bunch of Mint-like features for tracking spending. Meanwhile, Apple offers tracking for spending for Apple Card owners in the Apple Wallet app. The Mint update should hit iPhones today, with an Android release to come in “about a month.” If you’re curious about some other solid apps for budgeting, you can check out some of The Verge’s favorite picks here. Mint is getting new features for tracking subscriptions and managing transactions
  6. A sale might keep the app alive Wunderlist founder Christian Reber has offered to buy back the popular task management app from Microsoft to avoid it being shut down. “Still sad Microsoft wants to shut down Wunderlist, even though people still love and use it,” says Reber on Twitter. “I’m serious Satya Nadella and Marcus Ash, please let me buy it back. Keep the team and focus on Microsoft To-Do, and no one will be angry for not shutting down Wunderlist.” Microsoft first acquired Wunderlist back in 2015, for a rumored price of between $100 million and $200 million. The software giant has since launched its own Microsoft To-Do app, and it’s clear the Wunderlist acquisition has been complicated. Wunderlist’s API runs on Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft decided to rewrite everything rather than attempt to port it directly over to Azure. While Wunderlist is still functional, Microsoft has said it plans to shut down the app once all of its features are available in Microsoft To-Do. It’s not clear exactly when that will take place, but Reber is keen to avoid it happening at all. He has confirmed it’s a “serious offer,” but there’s no sign Microsoft is even willing to entertain the offer. Source
  7. Earlier today I was preparing to write a guide about installing software on Ubuntu and wanted to collect some screenshots. Since I'm not currently running Ubuntu, I decided to download an ISO and fire it up in a virtual machine. From day 1 of my Linux journey I've always used VirtualBox, but for whatever reason I decided to try a different app: GNOME Boxes. As robust as VirtualBox is, I immediately noticed that GNOME Boxes had a simpler and more intuitive interface that's well suited for the "average" user that I am. So I pointed it at the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ISO and was treated to a nice surprise. GNOME Boxes makes testing a new Linux distro super simple Not only did GNOME Boxes automatically detect that the ISO contained Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, it offered me an Express Install option (provided I had a working internet connection). The app automatically pulled my username into the account field, and asked that I do nothing more than enter a password to proceed. And that was truly all that it required, unless I needed to customize the amount of RAM and disk space allocated to the VM. After hitting the Continue button, GNOME Boxes ran an unattended installation. It pulled regional and language settings from my host machine, handled the partitioning dialogue, and everything else. The installation screens zoomed by, components and updates were downloaded, and within less than 5 minutes I had a perfectly working Ubuntu 18.04 to play with. Express install option for GNOME Boxes This is made possible thanks to Fabiano Fidêncio, who has authored unattended installation scripts for Debian, Red Hat, Fedora, Ubuntu, openSUSE and Microsoft Windows (7, 8 and 10). Specifically which versions of the Linux distros that support the feature seems to be unpredictable, but I tried several that just worked. At any rate, this amounted to a huge time-saving feature for me, and I'm willing to bet you'll find it useful too. Especially if you've been curious about other, more "mainstream" Linux distros. I'm highlighting this feature because there seems to be very little documentation surrounding it, and it would rock to have additional automation scripts for distributions like Pop!_OS and Linux Mint. The app also supports VNC and RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol), and the developers are working on making features like this more discoverable in version 3.34. Check for GNOME Boxes in your distribution's software center, and it's also available to download on FlatHub. Source
  8. It’s trivial to update firmware on Linux these days thanks to the LVFS, the fwupd tool, and integration within the GNOME Software app (aka Ubuntu Software on Ubuntu). But there are times when a user either needs to or wants to find out more about the firmware that their devices are running on. They might, for instance, have encountered issues and want to perform more advanced tasks, like downgrading firmware version. Today, to do that, to check firmware versions and gauge other details about connected hardware, users get directed to the command line (indeed, this is where I had to go when trying to update the firmware of my 8BitDo controller). But, thanks to a new project, that won’t be the case for much longer… New Firmware Update App for Linux Red Hat’s Richard Hughes reports on a new effort to construct a new GUI “Firmware Updater” tool for Linux desktops, one that runs independently of the GNOME Software tool and can do more things. Dell, the computer company, approached Hughes with the idea of him mentoring an intern who’d work on a “power user” GTK app for managing firmware. “The idea being,” Hughes writes, “that someone like Dell support could ask the user to run a little application and then read back firmware versions or downgrade to an older firmware version rather than getting them to use the command line.” The result of that effort is the (perhaps not entirely well named) Firmware Updater tool. The app aims to make it easier for users to see which connected hardware can be updated using the LVFS; get a list of firmware releases; read change logs and caveats; and of course actually upgrade and downgrade firmware too. The app is still a work in progress with the team behind it still “working out what kind of UX we want from a power user tool”. It’s designed in such a way that it could become a distinct panel in the GNOME Settings/Control Centre rather than a standalone binary, Finished or not, as the screenshot in this post shows the tool is already in a good state. Hughes adds that as soon as Firmware Updater is ready for release it’ll be up on Flathub “for the world to install.” Source
  9. The official Facebook app for Windows 10 is not the best-supported app in the world, and it therefore comes as no surprise that Facebook is planning to kill the app. Facebook has been sending a message to active users of the Windows 10 app informing them of their intention to discontinue the app. What is somewhat surprising is how soon the app is leaving the platform, and that there is no indication Facebook is planning to replace it. Their personalized email reads: Since you use Facebook for Windows desktop app, we wanted to make sure you’re aware this app will stop working on Friday, February 28, 2020. You can still access all of your friends and favorite Facebook features by logging in through your browser at www.facebook.com. For the best experience, make sure you’re using the most current version of our supported browsers including the new Microsoft Edge. You can still access Messenger through the Facebook website or by logging in through your browser at www.messenger.com. If you prefer a desktop app for your conversations, try the new Messenger for Windows which you can download now in the Microsoft Store. Thank you for using Facebook for Windows desktop app, The Facebook Team Facebook recently replaced their old Messenger UWP app with a new Electron app, but it seems when it comes to the full Facebook app the company decided it would make more sense to simply direct users to their website. Source
  10. Microsoft app lets you pair your Android phone with Windows To bridge the age-old gap between Android and Windows, Microsoft now has an app called Your Phone, aimed at connecting your Android smartphone or tablet to your Windows 10 computer. — dpa When it comes to sending files between devices, there are any number of ways you can share what's on your phone. Things are a bit trickier when you want to access your phone from Windows, however. To bridge the age-old gap between Android and Windows, Microsoft now has an app called Your Phone, aimed at connecting your Android smartphone or tablet to your Windows 10 computer. It allows you to do things such as transferring photos and videos between devices or typing text messages on your computer. To do so, you need to have the appropriate app installed on your smartphone, namely "Your Phone Companion – Link to Windows." Depending on the smartphone model, other features are available, such as being able to mirror smartphone apps on your computer's screen and use them using the keyboard, mouse or touchscreen on your computer. You can also make and receive phone calls on your PC. A prerequisite is that you have a Windows 10 PC running the Windows 10 May 2019 update. While direct smartphone-to-PC connections via cable are less popular and somewhat more cumbersome, they remain a reliable alternative in many cases and are often faster at transferring large files. – dpa Source
  11. A N G E L

    App Builder 2019.32

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  12. Reuters) - Alphabet Inc’s Google Calendar app users were unable to access their schedules on Tuesday as the app faced technical issues globally. "We are aware of the issues and working on a fix," Google replied here, in response to a tweet. Earlier in the day, DownDetector.com, which monitors outages, showed a number of users saw the “Not Found” “Error 404” message when they tried to access the app. Other apps appeared to be unaffected by the outage. Source
  13. The app called scrcpy was released in version 1.9 this week with features that make it the most advanced (yet simple) Android phone mirroring app in the world. This app allows the mirroring of any Android smartphone* using USB (or TCP/IP, wirelessly) and requires no rooting or specialized knowledge. This app works on GNU/Linux, Windows, and macOS, and it’s free to download and use. Users will need to enable ADB debugging on their Android device in order for this process to work. That’s relatively easy to make happen – as follows: Go to settings – About Phone – and tap your BUILD number seven times. Go back one screen and find Developer Options, and note that this section may be on a different list in Settings depending on the smartphone you’re using. In Developer Options, find USB debugging, and enable USB debugging. THE NAME: What’s the name of the app all about? It’s meant to be an unpronounceable word AND a mash-up. The word scrcpy is short for screen copy. The app allows you to use your phone on the desktop of your computer, transfer files, and have a single-machine experience in general. This is rather helpful for people that need to use their phone during the day at the same time as they use their desktop computer – especially if they find themselves jumping back and forth between machines all day long. One massive collection of options are available with the latest version of the app, including the latest and greatest: The ability to turn your phone’s screen off whilst in use on your desktop. To view a whole bunch of other options, head over to the Github entry and explore. It’ll be easiest to use this system if you’ve used a command prompt before – but it is not absolutely necessary to get started. *To be fair (*to be fair, to be fair*), this app does need your Android phone to have Android 5.0 or higher – but of all the phones still active in the world with Android at this moment, the vast majority are running 5.0 at the VERY least. Source
  14. A webcam app left thousands of user accounts exposed online Image Credits: TechCrunch / in-house / A webcam app installed by thousands of users left an exposed database packed with user data on the internet without a password. The Elasticsearch database belonged to Adorcam, an app for viewing and controlling several webcam models including Zeeporte and Umino cameras. Security researcher Justin Paine discovered the data exposure and contacted Adorcam, which secured the database. Paine said in a blog post shared with TechCrunch that the database contained about 124 million rows of data for the several thousand users, and included live details about the webcam — such as its location, whether the microphone was active and name of the WiFi network that the camera is connected to — and information about the webcam owner, such as email addresses. Paine also found evidence of the camera uploading captured stills from the webcam to the app’s cloud, though he could not verify since the links had expired. He also found hardcoded credentials in the database for the app’s MQTT server, a lightweight messaging protocol often used in internet-connected devices. Paine did not test the credentials (as doing so would be unlawful in the U.S.), but also alerted the app maker to the vulnerability, who then changed the password. Paine verified that the database was updating live by signing up with a new account and searching for his information in the database. Although the data was limited in sensitivity, Paine warned that a malicious hacker could craft convincing phishing emails, or use the information for extortion. Adorcam did not return our emails with questions — including if the company planned to inform users of the incident. Source: A webcam app left thousands of user accounts exposed online
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