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Uncovering the Truth: The Real Story Behind the CrowdStrike Disaster

Fireship provides an analysis of CrowdStrike’s official explanation of the code hat resulted in the largest IT disaster in history that crashed 8.5 million Windows computers in a single day.

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AI Hardware

NPUs: the most overhyped new chip?

Microsoft with Copilot+ PCs, Google on the Pixel, Apple with iPhone and Macs, Qualcomm with Snapdragon X, Intel and AMD, all the tech companies want you to care about the NPU, Neural Processing unit or Neural engine in their new machines to run AI workloads, neural networks, etc. But are these chips any good? This […]

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Privacy Windows

What information does Windows Actually collect?

What is Windows 11 Actually collecting? Eric Parker explores

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Containers Windows

Running Windows in a Docker Container!

This video is from Wolfgang’s Channel.

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AI

Solar 10.7B Model: Revolutionizing AI with Depth Upscaling

This video is from Mervin Praison. 🚀 Welcome to an exciting journey through the world of Artificial Intelligence! In today’s video, we explore the groundbreaking Solar 10.7 billion parameter model. This model stands out with its innovative depth upscaling technique, setting new benchmarks in AI performance. 🌟 👨‍💻 We’ll take you step-by-step through setting up […]

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Privacy

Don’t Be Forced to Use Google’s Proxy – Build Your Own

This video is from NetworkChuck. Google’s Proxy Thing in Chrome: Yep, Google’s mixing things up by adding a proxy right inside Chrome. Is this the future of browsing? Let’s find out. Proxy vs. VPN: Heard of VPNs? Well, proxies are a bit different. We’ll break down what’s what and which you might wanna use. DIY […]

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Privacy Windows

How Microsoft Watches its Users: Through the One Way Mirror

This video is from Dave’s Garage. Rage and Sadness in the Usability Lab: Dave interviews Raymond Chen, a Windows developer for 30 years, about watching users try to perform simple tasks like printing, and how non-intuitive it can be for them.

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Hardware

How to Network Boot Any Operating System with netboot.xyz

As I work on building out and running my own home lab, I found this video from Techno Tim helpful on explaining PXE (pronounced Pixie) Booting. Imagine all of your favorite operating systems in one place, available anywhere on your network, and you’ll never need to use your flash drive again. That’s the promise of netboot.xyz, […]

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Windows

Why can telemetry sometimes surprise you? One Dev Question with Larry Osterman

More telemetry on your apps is good, right? Well, maybe not. Larry @osterman shares a #Windows story from many years ago.

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Windows

How This Wallpaper Conquered The World

Windows XP is by far the most recognizable operating system of all time. It’s a symbol of the early 2000s and people all over the world know the classic wallpaper. But, how did Windows XP specifically get so popular? It wasn’t the first Windows or the last Windows or arguably even the best Windows. Well, […]

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