And how software plays a major factor in that
A community database-backed tool for detecting dependency vulnerabilities
Microsoft is retiring its Soundscape app, but will make project code available as open-source software
Microsoft is letting the community take over
Something to look forward to: Users interested in new chip architectures like Raptor Lake, Arc Alchemist, or RDNA 3 will receive expanded Linux support with the release of the OS' latest kernel. Linux 6.0 introduces many other improvements with other important updates coming very soon with 6.1.
In brief: The Python programming language is being impacted by security issue programmers have know about for a while. Trellix researchers recently rediscovered a bug, highlighting the risk for hundreds of thousands of software projects and creating patches for tens of thousands of them.
The Document Foundation will make these affluent Apple users pay for free software
Rust has matured enough and will be welcomed in Linux 6.1 if all goes well
Google's money will be used to fund industry innovation
Clones and remakes that can run on a potato
OBS Studio 28.0 incorporates numerous improvements including 10-bit and HDR video encoding, native Apple silicon support, and up-to-date implementation of the AMD encoder on Windows, and more.
Morrowind's modding scene is still alive
Thousands of applications ceased working because of the corrupted packages
The Redmond giant admits it made a mistake and will enable Hot Reload for all platforms
A fortress protecting the world's open source data
LAN play won't be ready at launch thanks to Covid-19
Linux: no longer a cancer
Microsoft gives back to the Chromium project
The nostalgic PowerToys have returned
So far 12 tools are planned, but devs are asking for suggestions and outside contributions
Believe it or not, there is no catch
Lets hope the break helped
People aren't happy