Microsoft, the company, may need no introduction. It’s the American software giant whose Windows operating system powers the majority of the world’s personal computers.
The first version of Microsoft To Do (opens in new tab) was launched (as a preview) in April 2017. It wasn’t until two years later that Microsoft debuted the app’s full version. The To Do app’s interface bears a lot of resemblance to Wunderlist, a to-do-list app Microsoft purchased in 2015.
Many people around the globe say positive things about the To Do app (opens in new tab). We decided to check it out and confirm for ourselves if it’s really as good as they said.
The primary advantage the To Do app has over its rivals is that it’s totally free. You’re not paying a dime to use the app, so take it as a favor from Microsoft. The company makes enough money from licensing software and selling hardware and, therefore, can afford to deliver a lot of software away for free.
To use the To Do app, the first requirement is a Microsoft account that encompasses all services the company offers. There are 1.4 billion (opens in new tab) Windows users worldwide, and you will likely have a Microsoft account if you’re one of these users. If not, it’s easy to create one for yourself. Just head to the URL account.Microsoft.com, and you can figure out the rest.
Upon launching To Do, the first feature you should notice is adding tasks. Look for the Add a Task button and click it to type in any task. After adding a task, you can set a due date for it, categorize it according to importance, or add a comment. Likewise, you can set a reminder so that the app will sound an alarm on your device when it is due
You can sort the tasks you’ve created by specific factors, including the due date, creation date, importance, or alphabetically. This feature is helpful for people who have a lot of tasks and would find it difficult to sift through them individually.
The To Do app’s sorting feature is helpful for organizing tasks, but not as good as a grouping feature, which the app lacks. For example, on Todoist (opens in new tab), a popular to-do-list app, you can group multiple tasks under one umbrella to help you stay focused.
The To Do app supports collaboration (opens in new tab) to some extent. You can invite people to join any task list through an invitation email or a direct link. But, they must have a Microsoft account to access it. There's no view-only mode on To Do, which we consider a drawback.
Though Microsoft has promised to integrate the To Do app with its other apps, it hasn’t delivered much. The best thing you can do now is flag an email in Microsoft Outlook (opens in new tab) to have it show up as a task on the To Do app. The app has limited third-party integration, which we consider a disadvantage.
The To Do app has a minimal, uncluttered interface. There’s not much you can do with the app apart from creating and sorting tasks, so you shouldn’t have any problem figuring it out.
If you encounter any challenges with the To Do app, the first place to consult is the FAQ page, which contains solutions to commonly experienced problems. This page is easily accessible on the web interface or desktop or mobile app.
You may not be satisfied with the information on the FAQ page. In such a case, you can contact Microsoft’s support team directly through live chat.
There are countless task management apps rivaling To Do. They include popular ones such as Todoist and TickTick (opens in new tab). To Do doesn’t have as many task management features as you’ll see in these competing apps. But, it’s completely free, while the rivals are freemium or strictly paid apps.
If you need a simple task management app you don’t need to pay a dime for, To Do is a perfect choice. But, you won’t enjoy as many features as you’ll get in a full-fledged task management app.
We think To Do is best for managing personal schedules. It doesn’t have suitable features for enterprise task management and team collaboration.
We've featured the best calendar apps (opens in new tab).
Following Microsoft’s introduction of CD playback support to Media Player back in March 2022 Microsoft has now rolled out a new update to Windows Insiders adding support for CD ripping as well. Supported formats in this release include AAC, WMA, FLAC, and ALAC.
Microsoft has also rolled out a new Camera app refresh updating the application to match the design of its latest Windows 11 operating system. In addition to the existing support for camera, video, document, and whiteboard capture modes, Microsoft has also introduced the ability to scan both QR codes and barcodes.
“We are also beginning to roll out an update to the Movies & TV app in version 10.22061 and higher to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
Native Arm64 support: We’ve improved the Movies & TV experience on Arm64 devices. You’ll see faster and better performance when you use the app.
Local video playback migrating to Media Player: We are migrating video file type associations from Movies & TV to Media Player. This migration will only impact file types that are already associated with Movies & TV and only after you open Movies & TV for the first time.”
“For more information on the new updates to the Microsoft Camera App and Media Player jump over to the official Windows blog by following the link below.”
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Metadata is a quintessential part and parcel of digital data. Be it a webpage with content or a media file, all of them come with a metadata tag. The Metadata tag gives a brief introduction to the type of data it is describing. Metadata can be classified into descriptive metadata, structural metadata, and administrative metadata. In order to simplify the things, let us equate metadata with a label on a jar, a label that tells you what’s inside the jar.
Local music files on Windows PC come with album art and metadata description. The details include song name, artist name and even genre. While this information is usually accurate sometimes the metadata is wrong. This especially happens when you try to rip a music CD or buy a music album/track from third-party services like iTunes. Thankfully just like a ton of other things in the Windows ecosystem, the Music metadata can also be edited, and yes, we will tell you how.
I find this to be the best way to edit music metadata without having to use any third-party services or apps.
Open the File Explorer and point it to the location of the songs.
Right-click on the song and select Properties.
Click on details, and now you should be able to see metadata fields that can be edited. The fields include album name, artist, genre, publisher, and mood.
Please note that music files with DRM protection will not allow users to edit the metadata. Just check the value against the DRM field, if it is No, then it is now a protected song, if yes then you will not be able to change the metadata fields.
Once you are done updating all the metadata information click on Apply and subsequently OK button
In most cases, you may have to edit the metadata of an entire album. In such scenarios select all songs whose metadata you want to edit and follow the same steps detailed above. With this done you should be able to change the metadata of multiple music files in a single go.
Well, Microsoft may have retired the Groove Music streaming services, but the app can still be used for editing music metadata info on Windows 10.
Open Groove app and select My Music.
Under “My Music” select “Only on this device” option.
Now select the tracks/albums whose metadata you want to edit.
Select “Edit Info” from the menu.
In the next window, you can edit all the information including the album title, artist, and genre.
What’s more you can also update the album thumbnail by clicking on the Edit button.
Additionally, users can also turn on the Show Advanced options and change other items like song soft title.
Last but not the least, the most useful feature that Groove offers os the “Find Album info.” If you are unsure of the album info or the entire set of music metadata, click on Find Album info and the Groove will automatically obtain the accurate song information.
A note of caution, the Find Album info is prone to failure; perhaps this has something to do with the fact that Groove music streaming service has been discontinued. Another glaring downside is that Groove cannot be used to edit the metadata of music files that are stored on OneDrive.
Editing metadata for the DRM free music files is simple and can be carried out on File Explorer. The advantage of using Groove is that you get to edit some additional information and also fetch the Album Info from the online repository.
Mentor Public Library is hosting four free computer classes this August at its Lake Branch, including introductions to Microsoft Word, the internet and computers, in general.
The Lake Branch is located at 5642 Andrews Road, Mentor-on-the-Lake.
The classes include:
• An Introduction to Computers—the library’s most basic computer class—at 2 p.m. Aug. 18. People will learn the basic skills they need to use a computer—no previous experience required.
• Microsoft Word I at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 18. Learn how to create, open and save documents, as well as other basic techniques, in Microsoft’s word-processing software.
• Basic Internet at 2 p.m. Aug. 25. Learn how to navigate the Internet. Participants will need to know how to use a keyboard and a mouse for this class.
• Microsoft Word II at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 25. Learn more advanced techniques for Microsoft Word.
All of the classes are free. However, registration is required. RSVP online at www.mentorpl.org by calling Mentor Public Library at 440-257-2512.
The library also offers several online computer classes through the LinkedIn Learning database. The courses are free to watch with a public library card. For more information, visit www.mentorpl.org/linkedinlearning.
Recently, data shared by Glassnode, a Blockchain data company, has revealed that a total of 13 million ETH, or 10.9 per cent of the total supply, has been put in the 2.0 contract. Lido controlled 4.13 million ETH of this or more than 31.8 per cent of the entire investment, and Coinbase, Kraken, and Binance held nearly 3.5 million ETH together, or about 27 per cent of the total position, according to various media reports.
What Is Ethereum?
At its heart, Ethereum is a Blockchain-based decentralised global software platform. It is well-known for Ether, often known as ETH, which is its native cryptocurrency. Anyone can use Ethereum to develop any secure digital technology. There is a token built into it specifically for usage on the Blockchain network, but users can also use it to pay for tasks done on the Blockchain.
Five Real World Use Cases of Ethereum
Here are the five real world use case of Ethereum
Decentralised finance (DeFi): Decentralised finance applications, sometimes known as “DeFi”, are among the most potential real-world uses for Ethereum.
This includes loans supported by smart contracts, Stablecoin production, and decentralised exchanges. One project that stands out in this group is “MakerDAO”, which makes use of complex Ethereum smart contracts to enable the development of a Stablecoin (DAI) that is backed by Ether and has a fixed value of $1.
In payments: The basis of the global economy is commerce... and Ethereum can fundamentally alter that to a large extent, whereby so-called “smart contracts” can be created on Ethereum. These will allow for the entirely risk-free exchange of anything of value. The transaction is recorded on a computer code rather than on a traditional paper contract.
So assume that you get into a deal with the photographer to purchase the image directly, as opposed to purchasing it through a website like Shutterstock, then “If This Then That” (IFTTT) logic that is deeply ingrained in Ethereum’s structure will allow you to do this. For instance, the picture will be downloaded if the buyer deposits the money in an escrow account.
Storing data: Large amounts of data are kept in so-called server farms by businesses, such as Dropbox and Microsoft. An information storage facility with hundreds of servers is known as a server farm. The issue with server farms is that they concentrate a significant portion of a company’s storage capacity in one place. Therefore, if it is destroyed by a natural disaster or a terrorist assault, the corporation could sustain significant damages.
The solution is a decentralised storage facility. In that case, the information is not stored in a couple of server farms in the US, but in hundreds (or even thousands!) of data centres all around the world. Until now, this has not been possible because it is a big technological challenge to build a network that connects all those servers safely and enables a fast data transfer.
Ethereum is extremely likely to be the solution to this issue, though, as its Blockchain technology can be used to quickly and securely transport data between millions of servers while encrypting it.
Through initial coin offerings (ICOs): Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), also known as token sales or ICOs, are a means of raising capital used by early-stage start-ups to create “tokens”, and sell them for Ether. People buy these tokens with the intention of using them in the application the start-up is developing. However, occasionally they are also bought merely for investment considerations.
Bancor, one of the biggest Ethereum ICOs, raised $153 million by selling its BNT token to the general public in just three hours.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs): NFTs are tokens that can be affixed to one-of-a-kind products; they cannot be exchanged for any other kind of item. They enable the monetary valuation of works of art, music, and other media. They can only have one owner at a time, and they are protected by the Ethereum Blockchain. A new NFT cannot be created by copying and pasting an existing one, and no two NFTs can be identical. They work with everything created on the Ethereum platform. The proprietors of NFTs have access to the worldwide market and can sell their products anywhere.
In this piece, we will take a look at the ten best data center stocks to invest in. If you want to skip our introduction to the industry and jump ahead to the top five stocks in this list, then take a look at 5 Best Data Center Stocks To Invest In.
The boom in information technology and computing has created new industries, several of which would have been unheard of just a couple of decades ago. One such industry is the data center sector, which caters to the needs of large and small businesses to handle their data storage and processing needs as well as generate insights from big data.
This industry is growing alongside the traditional personal computing industry, particularly due to the prowess of chip manufacturers which are now able to squeeze billions of transistors into a chip the size of a human thumbnail. This growth trend is evidenced by several research reports that list down the total addressable market (TAM), market size, and compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) for the data center industry.
For starters, a report from Research and Markets suggests that the industry will grow at a CAGR of 2% between 2019 and 2025. Additionally, a similar report from the same organization also lists the expected value of this market at $69 billion by the end of 2024 in the United States.
Building on this, Allied Market Research has taken a wager to estimate the size of this market and its growth trends as well. According to this research firm, the data center market stood at a whopping $187 billion by the end of 2020. From this, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.5% to stand at a value of $517 billion in ten years by the end of 2030.
These growth figures are backed by equally impressive improvements in technological capabilities which have resulted in companies spending more on their infrastructure. For instance, Synergy believes that worldwide infrastructure spending on data centers grew by 10% annually in 2021 over 2020. The firm also outlines that total infrastructure revenue stood at $185 billion in 2021.
Some of the top companies on our list are those that supply equipment to a large number of enterprise customers, and the top three out of these are Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA).
In order to pick out the best data center stocks, we looked at the industry as a whole to analyze underlying trends and the overall environment. After this, the companies that can stand to benefit from these were sifted out and they were then studied through their analyst reports, earnings, large shareholders, and hedge fund sentiment courtesy of Insider Monkey’s 912 hedge fund survey for the first quarter of this year in order to better understand their operating environment and performance.
Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 41
SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC) is an owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure in the Americas and Africa. This allows it to build carrier neutral networks that also include edge data centers and other technologies. The company is headquartered in Florida, United States.
SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC)'s in building solutions also include the data center market as they offer companies existing infrastructure to serve their needs while avoiding the costs of setting up equipment. The ongoing shift to fifth generation (5G) communications should help the company grow since these in building solutions also cover the 5G market and enable SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC) to integrate its edge data centers with its 5G services. Additionally, by the end of the fourth quarter of 2021, its site leasing revenue had grown by 9.4%, lending support to the demand for its venues.
By the end of this year's first quarter, 41 of the 912 hedge funds polled by Insider Monkey had bought SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC)'s shares.
SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC)'s largest investor in our database is Peter Rathjens, Bruce Clarke, and John Campbell's Arrowstreet Capital which owns 717,720 shares that are worth $246,967.
SBA Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:SBAC) joins Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) in our list of hot data center stocks.
Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 45
Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC) is one of the oldest technology companies in the world and it is responsible for manufacturing and selling storage devices for computing platforms such as data centers, personal computers, and others. The firm is based in San Jose, California, United States.
By the end of its second fiscal quarter of 2022, Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC) revealed that it had boosted its revenues from the cloud computing sector. Roughly 40% of the revenue was from cloud computing, which marked a massive 89% annual growth in the segment as it indicated the strength of the company's offerings in the crucial sector.
Evercore ISI increased the company's share price target to $80 from $60 in June 2022, as it stated that Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC) is taking a long term view of its future and there are significant synergies within its business model. 45 out of the 912 hedge funds surveyed by Insider Monkey for their Q1 2022 holdings had held a stake in the company.
Andrew Wellington and Jeff Keswin's Lyrical Asset Management is Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ:WDC)'s largest investor. It owns four million shares that are worth $204 million.
Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 50
Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI) is an American company that is headquartered in Houston, Texas. It offers a wide variety of services to its customers, which include providing them with the ability to connect their data centers to cloud computing platforms.
Jefferies increased the company's share price target to $200 from $191 in June 2022, as it highlighted that Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI) has the potential to withstand the current stagflationary environment due to its strong pricing power. Insider Monkey took a look at 912 hedge fund portfolios for this year's March quarter to discover that 50 had invested in the company.
Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI)'s strength as a key data center stock is evidenced by the fact that the semiconductor industry slowdown continues to irritate large companies looking to build their infrastructure. This opens up the space for firms like Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI), which offer outsourcing for cloud computing and data centers. A cherry on top for Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI) is its dividend yield of 3.8%.
Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI)'s largest investor is Ken Fisher's Fisher Asset Management which owns 2.7 million shares that are worth $509 million.
Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 50
American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT) is one of the world's largest data center specialty real estate investment trusts (REIT). It is based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States and it offers a variety of services such as edge data centers to companies that want to outsource their big data needs.
Like Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE:CCI), American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT) can also benefit from the shortages in the semiconductor industry that are making it difficult for firms to procure components to build their data centers. The company already makes its edge data centers available through Cloudnexion, and it has multiple similar facilities such as a 360 square foot data center in Texas. Compounding American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT)'s strengths for the data center industry is the fact that it is a global brand and is one of the few companies actively targeting the edge computing space.
Insider Monkey surveyed 912 hedge fund holdings for this year's first quarter and discovered that 50 had bought American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT) shares.
Charles Akre's Akre Capital Management is American Tower Corporation (NYSE:AMT)'s largest investor. It holds a $1.7 billion stake that comes through 6.9 million shares.
Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 76
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is the world's largest semiconductor company, which naturally makes it an indispensable player in the data center industry as well. The company offers a host of central processing unit (CPU) and graphics processing unit (GPU) platforms that are used to crunch heavy data in data centers. It is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, United States.
Since it is the world's largest chipmaker, and only one of a handful that can sell processors designed through the x86 microarchitecture, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is an essential data center play. It has the largest market share in the server segment, which stood at 97.1% as the first quarter of 2022 ended. The company's scale makes it difficult for others to take away its crown, and it has grown its server market share over the past few quarters.
BofA cut Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)'s share price target to $39 from $47 in June 2022, as it worried about a rare downturn in the semiconductor industry. Crucially, the price target is unrelated to any fundamental weakness in Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)'s shares. Insider Monkey's Q1 2022 912 hedge fund survey outlined that 76 had invested in the company.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)'s largest investor is Seth Klarman's Baupost Group which owns 16 million shares that are worth $822 million.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) are met by Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) in our list of top data center stocks.
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Jul 29, 2022 (Market Insight Reports) -- Business Intelligence Platform Market (US, Europe, Asia-Pacific) 2022 research includes historical and forecast data, demand, application details, price trends, and company shares of the leading Business Intelligence Platform industry by geography.
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New Jersey, USA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/21/2022 -- A Latest intelligence report published by AMA Research with title "Cloud Computing In Insurance Market Outlook to 2027.A detailed study accumulated to offer Latest insights about acute features of the Global Cloud Computing In Insurance market. This report provides a detailed overview of key factors in the Cloud Computing In Insurance Market and factors such as driver, restraint, past and current trends, regulatory scenarios and technology development. A thorough analysis of these factors including economic slowdown, local & global reforms and COVID-19 Impact has been conducted to determine future growth prospects in the global market.
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Mentor Public Library is hosting seven free computer classes this July at its Main Branch, including classes on Microsoft Excel, Facebook and PowerPoint.
The classes are:
• PowerPoint at 2 p.m., July 26. Learn how to create, format, save and run a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint.
• Excel I at 6:30 p.m., July 26, and again at 2 p.m., July 27. In this class, people will learn how to describe a worksheet and its function; create a basic worksheet and learn how to save it to disk; apply simple formulas to perform calculations; apply simple formatting; and explore options for printing a simple worksheet. Microsoft Word experience is necessary for taking this class.
Introduction to Facebook at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 27. The hands-on class will demonstrate basic Facebook features and tips. Please come to class with your Facebook login information and password.
• Excel II at 6:30 p.m., July 27, and again at 2 p.m., July 28. Learn how to create and copy formulas and functions; understand relativity when working with formulas and functions; recognize and troubleshoot errors in formulas and functions; insert, delete and resize rows and columns; and use advanced printing features.
• Excel III at 6:30 p.m., July 28. Learn how to hide and freeze columns and rows, use print area and print titles, conditional formatting, and how to create and format charts.
All of the classes are free, but registration is required; and, because space is limited, people will want to sign up as soon as possible, according to a news release. Anyone can register at www.mentorpl.org by calling the library at 440-255-8811, ext. 1.
The library is located at 8215 Mentor Ave.
The library also offers several online courses that teach how to use Microsoft software with the LinkedIn Learning database and are free to watch, the release noted. For more information, visit www.mentorpl.org/linkedinlearning/.
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