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Microsoft is rebuilding the Office interface
Office today has a whole bunch of versions - the traditional, fully featured Win32 desktop applications and their near counterparts on the Mac, along with various simpler versions for the Web, mobile, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Presently, these various incarnations all have (...)

KDE Plasma 5.13 released
Members of the Plasma team have been working hard to continue making Plasma a lightweight and responsive desktop which loads and runs quickly, but remains full-featured with a polished look and feel. We have spent the last four months optimising startup and minimising memory usage, yielding (...)

Apple and Google are heading in the same direction
But I think the reason that this year's WWDC felt a little Googley is that both companies are trying to articulate a vision of computing that mixes AI, mobile apps, and the desktop. They're clearly heading in the same general direction. It's becoming ever harder to distinguish the two (...)

Epson Acquires Shinko Sellbic and its Compact Injection Molding Technology
Seiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") has acquired all outstanding shares of Shinko Sellbic Co., Ltd., making it a wholly owned subsidiary. Shinko Sellbic, which began as a plastic mold and die manufacturer, has grown to become primarily a manufacturer of desktop compact injection (...)
[WebWire Computer peripherals]

The desktop belongs to Electron
This doesn’t have to be forever. Maybe in the future, developers will start using React Native to build desktop applications. Or perhaps Flutter! Electron apps have a bad reputation for using too much RAM, have potential security issues, can’t (yet) match the speed of C++, and they often lack the (...)

AMD launches GPU-equipped Ryzen Pros
The first Ryzen Pros had a major omission, however: they didn't include integrated GPUs. Corporate desktops and laptops, typically used for Office, Web browsing, and other low-intensity tasks, overwhelmingly use integrated GPUs rather than discrete ones; they simply don't need anything more (...)

Ubuntu 18.04: Ubuntu has never been better
Ubuntu 18.04 is a huge update, but I say that mostly in the best sense of big updates. It brings a ton of new stuff, both under the hood and on the desktop, without creating too much disruption to your workflows. The one exception to that is HUD users, who may want to stick with the version of (...)

Toy-inspired experiment on behavior of quantum systems
By placing the most magnetic element of the periodic table into a quantum version of a popular desktop toy, scientists explore the emergence of quantum chaos and thermal equilibrium.
[Science daily]

Microsoft is making another Windows variant: Windows 10 Lean
Windows 10 Lean appears to live up to its name: an installation is about 2GB smaller than Windows 10 Pro, and it is missing a bunch of things, such as desktop wallpaper, Registry Editor, the MMC management console, and more. Lucan reports that Lean does not seem to apply the same restrictions (...)
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