Microsoft has developed a habit of releasing two major Windows 10 updates per year, usually with the spring update including at least a few big new features and the fall update focusing more on under-the-hood things that you might not notice as much.

This year the company is flipping things around. The spring update will have a bunch of small changes including bug fixes and performance improvements. But there are only a handful of actual new features, many of which most people will never notice.

If you can’t wait to try them though, a new Windows 10 21H1 Insider Preview Build is out this week.


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2 replies on “Lilbits: Windows 10, 21H1, Office 2021, and NVIDIA’s crypto mining GPUs”

  1. When I was buying the 1050ti GPU and other side miners, they brought bulked, and 1050ti is out of stock. And where few stocks are left there, the price touched the sky. I think the update from NVIDIA can stop this problem from many years gamers are facing.

  2. Don’t pretend that I forgot how half the 3080’s ended up being eaten by miners. I mean sure everyone else did and it’s not like we’ve got a choice because the only competition doesn’t even want to compete in getting the cards out!
    As for that driver limitation, that’ll work up until someone writes a dedicated mining driver for the card.

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