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  1. Intel's Ice Lake chips are the newest attempt to make Thunderbolt relevant But USB is good enough for most of us -- and getting better. Support for high-speed Thunderbolt connections accounts for a sizable fraction of the circuitry on Intel's new 10nm Ice Lake processors. Stephen Shankland/CNET If you like the high-speed Thunderbolt port for plugging stuff into your PC, there's good news for this year and beyond. Thunderbolt debuted on MacBook Pro laptops in 2011 as an all-purpose port for mon
  2. Thunderbolt Flaws Expose Millions of PCs to Hands-On Hacking The so-called Thunderspy attack takes less than five minutes to pull off with physical access to a device, and affects any PC manufactured before 2019. New research shows that Intel's Thunderbolt port is vulnerable to so-called evil maid attacks on all but the most recent PCs.Photograph: Oleksiy Maksymenko Photography/Alamy Security paranoiacs have warned for years that any laptop l
  3. Microsoft removes Windows 10 May 2020 Update block for Thunderbolt docks Earlier this week was Patch Tuesday, when Microsoft released updates for all supported versions of Windows. One of the fixes was for an issue that caused some PCs to blue screen when plugging in a Thunderbolt dock with Windows 10 version 2004. If you were using a Thunderbolt dock up until this point, you'll have found that there was a block in place preventing you from upgrading to the May 2020 Update. That block is being released now. If you're still unable to upgrade your P
  4. Microsoft releases an update to fix the Windows 10 blue screen issue involving Thunderbolt docks Some users running Windows 10 version 2004 (Windows 10 May 2020 Update) on their PCs faced blue screen error when plugging or unplugging a Thunderbolt dock. In May, Intel and Microsoft found the incompatibility issues causing this blue screen error. All Windows 10 PCs with at least one Thunderbolt port, Kernel DMA Protection enabled and Windows Hypervisor Platform disabled were affected by this issue. To protect users from blue screen errors, Microsoft stopped t
  5. New Windows 10 bug could prevent external devices connected via Thunderbolt dock from being detected Microsoft has confirmed that a new Windows 10 bug could prevent devices connected via Thunderbolt dock from being detected. The bug affects almost all the versions of Windows 10 and is specific to users who have fast startup enabled. The company said that the issue occurs only 5% of the time and can be fixed by simply restarting your computer. Microsoft also shared the steps that could trigger the bug and will disconnect all the external devices even if they are showing up in
  6. As everybody knows, surface series lacks a powerful GPU I wonder if anybody tried to attach an external GPU via eg.Thunderbolt technology....etc
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