Best free Automation software for Windows 10

Computers have changed the way we live our lives. They have found a place for themselves in every walk of our life. In the recent past, artificial intelligence and machine learning have given way to increased automation. Despite the development, most of the task we do on our PC is repetitive. Have you ever thought of automating these tasks and saving time? While most of us are familiar with AutoHotkey, today we will take a look at some other free automation software for Windows.

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Chromebooks Are The Future of Computing According To Google SVP

Chromebooks Are The Future of Computing According To Google SVP

CHROMEBOOKS ARE THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING ACCORDING TO GOOGLE SVP

As long as we’ve been covering Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and all the other hardware Google drops Chrome OS onto, there’s been a running theme or two that have followed the not-quite-fledgling operating system: “it’s just a browser” and “Chrome OS is Dead.”

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Google I/O 2019: The day one roundup of announcements, news, and devices

Google I/O is in full swing, and as usual, Google has a ton of announcements regarding Android, search, the Assistant, and – this year – even new hardware. Our coverage has been fast and furious, so this post is meant to help you wrap your head around everything we’ve dug into here at the show.

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How to Turn Hardware Acceleration On and Off in Chrome

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Google Chrome comes equipped with hardware acceleration, a feature which takes advantage of your computer’s GPU to speed up processes and free vital CPU time. However, sometimes driver incompatibilities can cause this feature to misbehave and disabling it could save you a few headaches.

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Researchers suggest 100 percent renewable energy isn’t very green

In order to keep global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius, we’ll need to rely on renewable energy, electric vehicles (EV) and battery storage. But creating that infrastructure will dramatically increase our need for metals like cobalt and lithium.

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The first picture of a black hole opens a new era of astrophysics | Science News

supermassive black hole at M87

This is what a black hole looks like.

A world-spanning network of telescopes called the Event Horizon Telescope zoomed in on the supermassive monster in the galaxy M87 to create this first-ever picture of a black hole.

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The best Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and Chrome OS tablets you can buy right now (Spring 2019)

Chromebooks have come a long way from the original CR-48, and for many, a complete workflow is now possible in the confines of Chrome OS thanks to the addition of Android and Linux application support. But there are quite a lot out there to choose from, and some are better options than others. For your convenience, we’ve put together a small list of some of our favorite picks, categorized based on your primary consideration.

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Android TV sees 2x growth every year, 140 operators

The past few months have shown that Google’s Android TV platform is growing incredibly fast. That growth, however, isn’t coming from consumer boxes. Rather, operator partners are the source of Android TV growth, and a conference this week shows off some incredible numbers for Google’s platform. At the Connected TV World Summit in London this […]

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Oil and gas majors have spent $1 billion undermining climate action

In the three years since world leaders signed the Paris Agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the world’s five largest oil and gas companies have spent more than $1 billion on misleading branding and lobbying related to climate change, according to a new report.

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