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Apple wants Safari in iOS to be your private browser

Apple seems focused on building Safari to become the world’s leading privacy-focused web browser, continuing development of under-the-hood enhancements to protect private lives. Beginning with (currently in beta) iOS 14.5, Apple is improving privacy by changing how Safari accesses Google’s Safe Browsing service. The latter warns users when they visit a fraudulent website. (Apple uses the service to drive the "Fraudulent Website Warning" in Settings>Safari on iOS or iPadOS devices.)

Android launchers are officially exciting again

Launchers are one of Android's most powerful and unusual features — and yet, they're also one of the platform's least understood elements. Ask an average Android phone owner what launcher they're using, and odds are, you'll get little more than a quizzical look (and maybe a swift kick to the shin) in return. Ask a power user about their launcher preferences, though, and you're likely to launch yourself into a 45-minute conversation about the merits of all the latest options.

Windows 10 update (and retirement) calendar

Microsoft's shift to Windows-as-a-service (WaaS) for Windows 10 yielded a repetitive, predictable schedule of version release and support expiration dates for the operating system. At least in theory. In reality, Microsoft has rearranged, rejiggered and repositioned Windows 10's support and update practices. Last year, Microsoft monkeyed with 10's content, abandoning two relatively equal upgrades to instead deliver one major refresh and one very minor retread. It has yet to confirm whether it will do the same in 2020, revert to the 2019 scheme or come up with something completely different.

Microsoft issues green light for Windows 10 2004

Microsoft last week gave the green light for Windows 10 2004, signaling to commercial customers that the May 2020 feature upgrade is now reliable enough for them to widely deploy. "Windows 10, version 2004 is designated for broad deployment," Microsoft stated in a terse message posted to the Windows release health hub. "The recommended servicing status is Semi-Annual Channel." Microsoft has taken to relying on the phrase "broad deployment" to tell enterprise IT administrators that it's time to roll out a previously-released feature upgrade. It did the same in May 2020, when it vetted Windows 10 1909 as ready for business.

Microsoft to replace legacy Edge in April with Chromium-based version

Microsoft has told customers that the April cumulative update for Windows 10 — the one slated to arrive on April 13, that month's "Patch Tuesday" — will remove the original, and now outdated, Edge browser and replace it with the newer Chromium-based Edge that debuted a year ago. Users who accept April's update, which will include, as does every Patch Tuesday update, the month's fixes for security flaws, will then also receive Chromium Edge and lose the legacy Edge. The older browser launched in mid-2015 as the default browser for Windows 10.

8 steps to achieving the 'cloud everywhere' vision

While industry analysts predict 75 percent of all databases will be deployed or migrated to a cloud platform by 2022, what that actually means is really up for debate. Organizations are undoubtedly investing time and money into a mix of both public and private cloud infrastructure. But they're not doing so equally. Indeed, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri noted at the company's Discover Virtual Experience event in July that more than 70 percent of enterprise apps and data still operate outside of public clouds. What's the holdup? The problem lies in the fact that, like in A Tale of Two Cities, the 1859 Charles Dickens novel contrasting London and Paris before the French Revolution, private and public environments have evolved very differently. Private clouds rely mostly on legacy, on-premises infrastructure and personnel. Public clouds use service providers and more modern technology to host and share digital content.