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Windows silently fixes bugs that could cause the crash to be undone, Specter Fixes for Intel CPUs

Photo: Charles Krupa (AP) Tom's Guide reported Tuesday that both companies addressed the "Specter" and "Meltdown" vulnerabilities. "Specter" and "Meltdown" were a fatal flaw in the way Intel processors handled speculative execution. Speculative execution is based on predicting what calculations a processor must perform in advance to complete tasks in advance and can work in parallel and not strictly one …

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HP Envy 13 Mini Review: Specter fans hit your budget option

Valentina Palladino We pay a lot of attention to flagship PC families – and with good reason. Devices such as the Dell XPS 13 and the HP Specter 13 often receive new technologies and design benefits before other devices in the OEM portfolio come onto the market. That remains true, but Dell, Lenovo, HP and others also show some love …

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HP Specter 15×360 2019 test: carving a niche in a crowded room

Enlarge / The unusual, gem-inspired edges are said to highlight this laptop. Samuel Axon The HP Specter 15 x360 is a good laptop, but apparently we always found one or two things to argue with. With the 2017 model, we have liked some important design choices, but were degraded by the performance and feel of battery life. We were bigger …

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Columbine survivors reflect and reckon with the specter of future shootings

LITTLETON, Colo. Here I hid from the gunmen, the survivors told their children. There the gunmen entered the school, they added. That's how I fled. Twenty years after two students attacked Columbine High School in Littleton, Colombia, killing twelve of their peers and a teacher and marking the beginning of an era of school threats and mass shootings, Columbine's survivors …

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HP Specter x360 (2018) review: near perfect

It was not long ago when the idea of ​​a good laptop from HP was little more than a dream. The company has gone far from the ugly, plastic designs of a few years ago, and its Specter series of high-end Windows laptops stood on my narrowest list of recommendations for people who have been looking for a new computer …

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Microsoft Launches Windows 10 Users on Google's Retpoline Specter Mitigation

Microsoft today released KB4482887, a cumulative update that includes an important security update and a new vulnerability for the Specter v2 CPU vulnerability. This new mitigation is based on a coding technique called Retpoline developed by Google engineers Code written with Retpoline protection is protected from Specter v2 (CVE-2017-5715). This vulnerability in modern processors allows attackers to break the isolation …

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Specter is a new iOS camera app that uses AI to create stunning long-term exposures

Manufacturers of Halide, a popular third-party iOS camera app that offers advanced RAW footage and other powerful tools, today release another photography app: Specter. Specter costs $ 1.99 and is equipped with a great specialty: long exposure. Long exposures are very common in the DSLR world: they can make an ordinary nocturnal cityscape more artistic by creating stripes of light …

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HP Specter x360 15 Gets AMOLED Display

Specter x360 15 convertible laptop with a 15.6-inch AMOLED display this year, the company has revealed ahead of CES. The inclusion of an OLED display makes this a very notable occurrence, as the laptop wants to get a look at it. It goes without saying that The hardware component is in a laptop, and plays a significant part in the …

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The upcoming Windows 10 update will improve the performance of Specter V2 Fix

OK, so Specter – and the associated Meltdown vulnerability – have been identified and some aspects of CPU microcode and operating system patches handled. Unfortunately, in the case of Specter, these corrections resulted in a loss of system performance. The good news is for Windows 10 users, an upcoming update will reduce the impact on "noise levels" (a few percentage …

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MIT finds a smarter way to fight Specter CPU attacks

It boils down to isolating memory caches on processors so that they do not see anything they do not need to know. MIT compares with placing walls in a kitchen that prevent cooks from seeing each other's ingredients and tools. There are several separate cache paths with their own domain identities, each of which is validated. New policies deal with …

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