Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers in the world. While this browser uses more memory to provide better performance and security, its CPU usage should remain quite low.
However, sometimes when Chrome starts lagging, checking the Task Manager might show it using above normal CPU percentage. This issue is often more of a result of your browsing
TV is no longer a box set sitting in a living room. It’s a wide world of interactive opportunities that marketers are just beginning to tap into.
TV today is more than scheduled programs that broadcast over cable.
It’s streaming content from Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO Max. (One-fourth of all TV minutes are viewed via streaming, according to Nielsen.)
GitHub Inc.’s new automated computer-coding tool will help companies manage a chronic shortage of software developers, but it will not replace them, according to the company’s chief executive officer.
the CEO of
-owned GitHub, says the artificial-intelligence-powered coding tool, launched this week as Copilot, is designed to ease the task of writing long lines of computer …Read More