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🔓 Windows 11 switch: If you hate the Edge browser, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has reversed its plan to make it almost impossible to use any other browser with Windows 11. Following a deluge of negative reports, the company is now testing a one-click switch, which will allow users to select their browser of choice. When exactly, is not yet clear … Gizmodo →
✍🏻 Slowdown at DocuSign: It seems growth at DocuSign has slowed. Shares fell by over 42% last week after the company predicted Q4 revenues that fell short of analysts’ estimates. Still, with Q3 exceeding expectations and a predicted growth of 30% for Q1 2022, the company is optimistic that it will get back on track very quickly. CNBC →
👓 The truth about Engo AR glasses: You may have read the reports that Engo AR glasses, aimed at cyclists, are a scam, claiming that the website is too light on detail and that the technology just doesn’t exist . This review, from a real-life user, aims to dispel some of the rumors, and gives a fair and balanced summary. Blog →
✨ Positive thoughts on an imperfect job: If you’ve had to settle for a job that doesn’t tick all your boxes, you may feel depressed, despondent, and generally disheartened. Having been in this position herself, this writer describes four tactics that helped her revert to a more positive mindset. Science →
😃 Learn to write emoji: Love them or hate them, emojis have become an integral part of online communication. But, with so many to choose from, it’s hard to keep track of what they all mean. This fun translator can help. You can even write whole texts using only emojis …! Yandex →
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