We close the week with the usual summary that we publish on Sunday where we include the best contents that we have been offering you during the last seven days.
Five graphics cards that are aging very well, and five that are not. Even the most powerful graphics cards have a certain lifecycle, but in their case it’s not just about performance and architecture, it’s also affected by the drivers.
ASUS ZenBook 13 OLED (UX325). We analyze this premium ultraportable, which is committed to an elegant and attractive design focused on the classic values of the ZenBook range, and to offer a high level of performance without compromising autonomy or mobility.
This registry editor is what every advanced Windows user needs. Registry Explorer is an alternative registry editor to the official Windows regedit. Available on GitHub, it is free and open source and aims to make editing easier and offer more features.
Google Tensor, the in-house SoC for the Pixel 6. Tensor is the custom ARM SoC created in-house by the internet giant. The chip will be premiered in its next generation of mobiles, the Pixel 6s with launch expected next fall.
<a href=”https://www.muycomputer.com/2021/08/05/security-chips-tpm-chips-not-infallible/” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow noopener”>The total security of TPM chips is in question. This security chip is not infallible and under certain circumstances and with a complex but feasible procedure, it is possible to bypass the protection that in theory prevents turning on and using a system and accessing a corporate network.
Firefox loses users, almost 50 million in three years. Firefox is losing users at a worrying rate and is a serious problem for the entire technology industry that needs alternatives to Google’s dominance in web browsers that are key to the Internet.
How to mute WhatsApp during the holidays. Basic guidelines on how to archive conversations to mute WhatsApp, also known as the “Holiday mode” to not be disturbed, saving and hiding those conversations that we do not want to have in sight.
30 years of the first web page. Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page on August 6, 1991. It was the practical development and the first steps of the World Wide Web that would completely change the world by connecting billions of people.
Other MC content you shouldn’t miss
In addition to the above selection, the week has given us a lot to write about and we can highlight a few other articles that we think you will like:
More TPNET articles you might be interested in
If MC is the consumer portal, surely you know that our parent company TPNET offers other websites dedicated to professionals, SMEs or channel, in addition to those specializing in security or Linux. We leave you some of the published content that may be of interest to you.