16 Windows 10 tricks you'll wish you knew sooner

In homes and offices across America, you can’t throw a stone without hitting a Windows PC. You’ll find Microsoft running on monitors in almost every school and library, in businesses big and small, and in living rooms, bedrooms, and dorms from coast to coast.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/01/28/16-windows-10-tricks-youll-wish-knew-sooner.html

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The British Museum publishes the first 3D scan of the Rosetta Stone online

The British Museum in London has published the first 3D scan of the Rosetta Stone online at Sketchfab, where its hieroglyphics are accompanied by the websites new sound support feature.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/20/british-museum-publishes-first-3d-scan-rosetta-stone-online.html

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Players Build Working Hard Drive Inside Minecraft

Minecraft HDD Controller Top View
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Over the hills, across the stone bridge, past the giant pony, around the lake of questionable test, and beyond the giant rainbow barrier sits a work of great artifice on a grey plain. Far larger than any single inhabitant of this virtual world, the contraption is a complete, working computer, run entirely within the rules and universe of Minecraft. The hard drive stores up to 4 kilobytes of data, and it is covered in torches to keep zombies from attacking it at night.

It’s an impressive set-up, with platters capable of 256 positions and each position storing 16 bits of data, but the creators of the hard drive have given no indication of what information it presently stores. However they’d need roughly 1021 more of these hard drives to equal what the NSA is storing in Utah.

This is hardly the first computer built within a video game, nor the first computer built within minecraft. Here’s a simple calculator in the game “Little Big Planet:”

And here’s another computer, built inside minecraft:

Explore more of the minecraft HDD here.

The original article can be found here: http://www.popsci.com/article/gadgets/players-build-working-hard-drive-inside-minecraft

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