Bill Gates still regrets the Ctrl + Alt + Del combination and founds another explanation for it

Most PC users used Ctrl + Alt + Delete combination at some point, but Bill Gates is convinced that the feature could have been easier. Bill Gates is the richest man in the world and the one who founded Windows operating system. He has defined the most representative interface elements that are still in use in Microsoft operating systems and he also founded the company. As in other domain, no matter how much you have enjoyed success, you always remain with a series of disappointments.

In an interview published by Bloomberg, the former Microsoft CEO mentioned again the Ctrl + Alt + Delete combination. “The IBM PC hardware keyboard had only one way through which you could have generate an interruption...

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Firefox Quantum could be the fastest internet browser

Mozilla has been working for a while on a new Internet browser, and the first tests show us that Firefox Quantum might be the fastest on the market.

For a few years, the internet browsers market has been dominated by Google Chrome. The Mountain View giant browser does a great job in a large variety of scenarios and it is compatible with a big busy extensions library. That does not mean, however, that it is perfect. It easily consumes significant amounts of RAM memory. It scatters your laptop battery if you have many opened tabs and you have a lot of chances to be frustrated over the last week.

The alternative could come from Mozilla and it is called Firefox Quantum...

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How to automatize space release in Windows 10 through Storage Sense

One of the features introduced in Windows 10 with the launch of Creators Update is entitled Storage Sense and facilitates the release of storage.

Forever, there was a Windows system in which you can win a little bit of storage if you were left without. For example, if you enter once a week or a month in Disk Cleanup, you’re likely to gain a significant amount of free space from deleting temporary files generated by most installed programs. The same tool allows you to clear the cache of your native Windows browser. The installation kits for all recent updates can also be removed by Disk Cleanup.

But there is a problem. Disk Cleanup is not automatic and you are not notified that you should only run it in a desperate situation...

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