This week’s announcement of Windows 11 was arguably the most significant event. Nine years after Windows 10, Microsoft has finally decided to upgrade its flagship operating system. The other strong news is the death of John McAfee, the creator of the eponymous antivirus, which fuels the craziest theories on social networks.
Finally, in France, the reform of the media chronology is at the heart of the news. Streaming platforms could get rid of the three-year delay between the release of a movie in theaters and its arrival online, for a fee.
Here is a summary of the news of the week in addition to our weekly program De Quelle J’Me Mail.
Microsoft is moving to Windows 11
On Thursday, Microsoft unveiled Windows 11, the future version of its operating system. In addition to a new design, Windows 11 introduces some new functions such as the native integration of Teams, the arrival of Xbox Game Pass or the compatibility of Android applications on the Microsoft Store.
John McAfee committed suicide
While due to be extradited to the United States, John McAfee was found dead in his cell in Spain. The founder of anti-virus software McAfee, turned cryptocurrency guru, has often been talked about.
Movies on Netflix soon available after a year?
Will France reform the chronology of the media? Today, a film can only be released on Netflix or Disney + three years after it first aired in theaters. Thanks to a new funding system, all that could soon change.