2019年07月31日

Microsoft Edge Stable and Beta Installers Leaked

The official installers of the stable and beta builds for the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser have leaked.


However, while you can find the download links at the end of the content, the installer for the stable version doesn't seem to work at this time, because it returns a mistake when trying to connect to Microsoft's server to download the necessary files.


"There would be a problem installing as a result of server issue. Please repeat the process later," the error message reads.


Probably, Microsoft blocked the installation of the stable version after the download link was published on Twitter by user WalkingCat. However, observe that the download link continues to be live, and you can get the installer all right.


As for the beta build, which seems to install correctly, it is currently at version 76.0.182.19, so it's over the age of the Dev build, that has already reached version 77.0.223.0 and it is based on Chromium 77.


Beta build crashing occasionally


Initially, the experience with the beta build isn't as smooth as you'd expect it to be. The browser occasionally fails to launch, also it feels rather slow when loading some websites. Furthermore, the app sometimes becomes unresponsive, and through my couple of minutes by using it before penning this article it crashed twice.


This isn't the first time the beta build of the new Microsoft Edge leaks, however, but given Microsoft hasn't yet announced it officially, you should stick to the Canary and Dev versions for the time being.


Microsoft Edge is expected to achieve the stable channel in late 2019 or early 2020. Evidence discovered recently suggested the new Edge could replace the original version in Windows 10 and be the native browser in the 20H1 update, which as per Microsoft's typical schedule, ought to be finalized in March and released in April or May.

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Download NVIDIA's New STUDIO Graphics Update - Version 430.86

NVIDIA has announced the supply of the new STUDIO Graphics driver update, namely version 430.86, which implements support for the RTX 2080 SUPER, RTX 2070 SUPER, and RTX 2060 SUPER GPUs, and for some G-SYNC compatible monitors.


In addition to that, NVIDIA's update is now suitable for 30-bit color on GeForce and TITAN GPUs, resolves GeForce GTX 1080 display flickering when utilizing SLI, and makes sure Forza Horizon 4 doesn't crash when driving through tunnels.


Moreover, the present build fixes the Grand Theft Auto V corruption when using MSAA, resolves certain mouse cursor rendering issues, and includes other changes as highlighted in the Release Notes below.


In terms of supported GPUs, this release is valid for certain types of NVIDIA's NVIDIA TITAN, GeForce RTX 20, GeForce 16, and GeForce 10 series GPUs (ensure your configuration is supported).


As for the operating systems, the current update is just suitable for 64-bit variants of Microsoft's Windows 10 platforms, for both desktop and notebook. Also, know that there are two available packages: one Standard and one DCH version.


With regards to installation, first ensure your GPU model is supported by this release, save the right package suitable for your computer, run it, and wait for a wizard to extract all files necessary for the upgrade.


Afterward, simply follow all on-screen instructions for a complete and successful installation. Also, it might be a good idea to perform a system reboot to permit all changes to consider effect properly.


That said, download NVIDIA STUDIO Graphics Driver 431.70 for Windows 10 64-bit, put it on on your pc, and also check our website to be aware when a newer version is available for download.

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2019年07月30日

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4505903

Microsoft has released a brand new cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903, or Windows 10 May 2019 Update.


Windows 10 cumulative update KB4505903 has been tested as part of the Release Preview ring within the Windows Insider program for a few days already, and according to the official changelog supplied by Microsoft (also embedded below), it includes quite significant refinements.


For example, Microsoft says this update resolves Windows Hello issues, as some users couldn't let the face recognition system to operate after restarting the device.


Additionally, the identical update resolves an issue that prevents changing the display brightness following the device resumes from sleep or hibernation. Plus, it fixes an insect that broke down the Start menu when new users signed directly into Windows.


RASMAN bug finally fixed


Very important to note is this fact cumulative update fixes a problem causing the RASMAN service to cease working. Microsoft explains the following within the official changelog:


"Addresses an issue that could cause the Remote Access Connection Manager (RASMAN) service to cease working. You might get the error "0xc0000005" on devices which have the diagnostic data level manually configured to the non-default setting of 0. You may even receive an error within the Application portion of Windows Logs in the event Viewer with Event ID 1000 referencing "svchost.exe_RasMan" and "rasman.dll". This issue only is the place an online private network (VPN) profile is configured being an Always On VPN (AOVPN) connection with or without a device tunnel."


You will find three known issues, but none of them of them is specific to this cumulative update, as have the ability to had the experience in the previous releases.


This update can be obtained at this time from Windows Update (Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Look for updates), but additionally in the Microsoft Update Catalog and also the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) typically used by companies.

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