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CyberLink has launched a new plugin for its PowerDirector 16 video editor that transform videos into moving works of art. The CyberLink AI Style Plugin uses artificial and deep learning to adapt videos to the style of world-renowned painters, frame by frame. Unlike other video editors, which just apply a filter on top of a clip, the AI Style Plugin...

In a lot of ways, Microsoft crafted one of the best operating systems it’s ever made with Windows 10. One of the reasons it’s so popular is the way Microsoft continues to support it with free major overhauls, like Windows 10 Redstone 4,...

By admin on Apr 26th, 2018

Eric Lundgren, a California man who made a living recycling electronic waste, has been given a US$50,000 (about £35,000, AU$66,000) fine and a 15-month prison sentence for burning thousands of Windows restore discs. Lundgren made 28,000 discs in total. He intended to sell for 25 cents each to PC refurbishers, but they were seized by US customs officers. Restore...

A new leak suggests that the Windows 10 April Update, which was formerly known as both the Spring Creators Update and Red Stone 4, is set to land on May 8, which makes the recent name change a bit unfortunate. The update was previously delayed due to a critical bug being found, and now an internal memo from a Chinese retail vendor, which was posted...

Those testing Windows 10 previews for Redstone 5, meaning the update coming later this year (after the supposed April Update which is imminent), have received a major boon in the latest build if they have a laptop with cellular connectivity. Build 17655 gives mobile broadband what Microsoft describes as a full ‘makeover’, with the introduction...

As a free and open source operating system, Linux is the ideal candidate for setting up your own server. The community of developers behind each Linux distribution (distro) regularly review the source code of their chosen OS to make sure it’s...

By admin on Apr 25th, 2018

YouTube is home to thousands of videos that would make perfect audio files for offline listening. You could use a standard downloader to save the videos and then use a separate tool to extract the audio, but why go to such lengths when a free...

By admin on Apr 25th, 2018

We all know the importance of making regular backups, but that’s of little comfort to anyone – even those with good backup regimens – who suddenly find themselves confronted by the stomach-churning feeling of data loss. That’s...

By admin on Apr 25th, 2018

Most of us tend to choose a web browser and stick with it for years. It can be hard to break away from your comfort zone – especially when you’ve become used to its quirks – but trying a different browser can greatly improve your...

By admin on Apr 25th, 2018

Earlier this week the existence of Windows 10 Lean was discovered, and after a bit of digging more details have been found about this lightweight OS, as well as hints as to what Microsoft plans to do with the software. We knew that Windows 10 Lean would have an installation size that was 2GB smaller than the standard version of Windows 10, and that...