Nvidia will fix the incorrect display of 100% GPU usage in Windows 11 Task Manager

Nvidia will fix the incorrect display of 100% GPU usage in Windows 11 Task Manager
Some users who upgraded to Windows 11 22H2 posted on Reddit that the GPU usage on Windows 11 Task Manager is always 100% if NVIDIA driver 526.47 or earlier is installed, and Nvidia officially admitted that this is only a display issue and that the user’s GPU usage is not that high. Nvidia has officially acknowledged that this is a display issue and that the user’s GPU usage is not that high, and that this display issue will be fixed in the next GeForce driver update.

Microsoft reveals early Windows 11 22H2 Moment 2 content

Microsoft’s Windows Insider team released a video on October 26th showing off Windows 11 22H2 Moment 2, which is in the early stages of development. The new notification bar will automatically recognize the input state and will revert to the original state when the mouse is accessed. It’s worth noting that the Windows 11 22H2 Moment 2 version number in the demo is 23003, so it’s possible that the features will be updated more.

Pebble Watches Gets Google Pixel 7 Support
Katharine Berry, a Wear OS developer and core member of the Pebble ecosystem, announced on Twitter that a new version of the Pebble mobile app has been released with support for Google Pixel 7, caller ID and improved connectivity to Android phones. The new version of the app supports Google Pixel 7 and also adds caller ID and improves the stability of connecting to Android phones. Although the app is not available on the Google Play Store, the APK is signed with Pebble’s official key and integrates with Google Fit, the e-ink screen-selling smartwatch that Pebble launched through crowdfunding a decade ago and was acquired by Fitbit in 2016.

Google acquires startup Alter
Tech giant Google just confirmed on Thursday that it has acquired Alter, a startup that uses AI to create unique avatars for users to showcase their hashtags and personalities on social platforms. The acquisition reportedly involves $100 million. Interestingly, the acquisition was completed two months ago, but was not made public until recently. The acquisition is said to be to compete with TikTok, but it is unclear from what perspective.

TCL Announces Internet TV Cooperation with Tencent
On October 31, TCL Electronics announced on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that it has entered into an Internet TV cooperation (2022-2024) framework agreement with Tencent Computer, which aims to better adapt to the changing market environment, user needs and technological development by providing more flexibility for the existing cooperation between TCL Electronics and Tencent in the field of Internet TV.

Instagram suffered a massive outage
Between last night and early this morning, Instagram suffered a massive outage. Numerous accounts were randomly deactivated or blocked, causing a massive influx of users to Twitter and the #instagramdown topic to trend. The outage was fixed after it lasted at least seven hours. It’s not clear what caused the outage, but what is known is that Instagram had just upgraded its iOS client about an hour before the outage, and the changelog shows that the outage was fixed. This is the third time this year that Instagram has been down.

Analyst Ross Young recently revealed on Twitter that the iPhone SE 4 may consider using a 6.1-inch OLED screen, but at the same time, they are still considering two suppliers of 5.7-6.1-inch LCD displays

According to Yogesh Brar’s revelation, the Xiaomi 13 Pro will feature a camera in partnership with Leica, possibly including the IMX989 one-inch sensor used on the Xiaomi 12 Ultra.

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