This week was marked by a presentation of Windows 11, the new operating system released by Microsoft. Google talked between the issue of application on Android and interesting additions to maps. To surprise your eyes, AMD has introduced its FidelityFX Super Resolution, which automatically enhances images.
Windows 11 comes with all its new features and revolution
Microsoft has released Windows 11 During his conference on June 24th. A major operating system update It is a visual redesign as a philosophy. The company is changing Add interface, widgets, But sorts A new Microsoft Store Who even goes Accept Android apps.
But it remains the same Query about the configuration required for Windows 11 This may leave many Microsoft Surface Products In Quay. To find out if your PC is compatible, This is the way it is.
Google Maps is inspired by Apple and adds traffic lights
Fortunately for Google, It’s not just its issues with Android this week. Mountain View has released some interesting announcements for Google Maps. After Apple announced it for projects during the recent WWDC, Google will also take traffic lights into account in its mapping. Traffic light signs on the map appear in use.. First deployment to Spain before seeing this function extended to other countries.
AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution: A Test Le Competitor to DLSS
The solution to improve performance by adjusting the image quality is AMD’s FSR technology to compete with Nvidia’s DLSS. Released in early June, We were already able to try out this new FidelityFX Super Resolution This suggests great opportunities especially for video games.
Test of the Week: iPod Pro 12.9 M1
The latest touchscreen tablet released by Apple, the M1 chip on the iPod Pro 12.9, is on its side 11 inch screen. But in addition to its size there is also a difference in size: a mini LED screen. In addition to the technology to stand alone without submitting to Olet. We tested the beast to see if this new slab was worth the look and financial difference..