Some users were complaining about Google Chrome (desktop version) performance issues and high RAM usage. Well, Google is working on an update that make the Chrome browsing experience get a lot better and far less annoying thanks to these two new features that are coming soon!
The first is deferred playback of autoplay media for background tabs. Right now, if you open a tab in the background that has autoplay media, it will start playing in the background when the page finishes loading, and you then have to hunt for the tab and silence whatever is playing. With this feature, Chrome will wait until the tab is in the foreground to start playing autoplay media, thus causing less annoyance and also using fewer resources for background tabs.
The second feature is where Chrome will automatically pause Flash ads and other non-essential Flash content on the page. Soon, Flash ads will have a gray box asking the user explicit permission to play them. Google advises ad partners to switch to using HTML5 ads, as they use fewer resources to run than Flash content.
What is Tuneskit DRM Media Converter?
The Tuneskit DRM Media Converter for Windows is a DRM removal software that can be used to eliminate DRM copyright protection from any media content that you have purchased from iTunes. You don't even need a Mac or an Apple device to use the DRM removal for Windows software, because it can be downloaded, installed and operated from any Windows PC. The Tuneskit DRM Media Converter can be utilized to convert DRM video to universally playable formats such as MP4 or lossless MP4V from Apple's locked, DRM protected MP4V media files.
Why do You Need a DRM Media Converter?
One of the biggest problems of content purchased on iTunes is that you cannot play it on any other device that isn't made by Apple and that can be quite inconvenient. A DRM Media Converter for Windows on the other hand, lets you get rid of Apple's Strict DRM protections on the iTunes content and convert the media files, so that you can play it pretty much anywhere you like, be it on an Android device or on a Windows PC.
What is DRM Exactly?
DRM stands for Digital Rights Management and it's a form of copyright protection that is used to protect media and other digital content from being stolen, pirated or used without authorization. In case of Apple iTunes, that DRM protection code is known as Fairplay. The Tuneskit Media Converter for Windows removes the restrictions posed on iTunes content by Fairplay in such a manner that the user can play the media he bought on any device he/she wants.
What are the Most Important Features of Tuneskit DRM Media Converter for Windows?
1. Remove iTunes DRM at 30x faster speed than any other similar software
2. Lossless removal of DRM from iTunes movies and TV shows to multiple non-Apple devices
3. The most reliable, fastest and easiest DRM M4V to MP4 converter
4. Lossless conversion lets you Keep AC3 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound, AAC stereo tracks, AD, CC, subtitles, etc. intact
5. A DRM media converter for Windows crack that works
6. It can also be used to remove DRM restrictions from audiobooks (AAX, AA, M4B, M4A to MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, FLAC)
7. All books you have on iBooks (ePub) can be copied without losing the metadata
Is It Worth the Price?
Considering that there is simply no other DRM Media Converter for Win that comes even near to Tuneskit DRM Media Converter, it would be a safe bet to say that it's most definitely worth your money. However, this only applies if you have other Android or Windows devices that you would like to play your iTunes content on. You can even play them on the big TV in your drawing room after you have used Tuneskit to remove DRM video restrictions. The best part about the whole process is that anyone can try out iTunes video DRM removal Windows free! Download the trial version now and give it a try to see for yourself, just how well and fast everything works with Tuneskit DRM Media Converter for Windows.
Touted as the "Next Generation Innovation," an event from Samsung India is going to go down in Delhi tomorrow. As one would expect, Samsung will be launching one or many of its smartphones at the event. However, the question remains; what is this "innovation" that the company is talking about? As we are not going to see the Galaxy Note 8 (sorry if you thought so) or any new handsets that's worth the attention, it's somewhat baffling to see Samsung hyping it so much. How do we know all that? Well it's because Samsung will in all likelihood launch the Galaxy J (2017) series at the event and those smartphones do not exactly go in line with the theme of "next generation innovation!"
If the reports do turn out to be right and Samsung does indeed launch the Galaxy J5 (2017) and the Galaxy J7 (2017) at the event, then the tag is most definitely just a marketing gimmick. Nevertheless, let's hope (against hope) that Samsung surprises us and launches something that's worthy of the term innovation. I would not mind being wrong if that indeed happens to be the case.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)