Apple iMac Late 2013 – I5 , 8GB RAM , 1TB HDD

Hi Guys

Selling my iMac which is in great condition

i5
1tb hdd
8gb ram

Keyboard and mouse is in good condition hasnt seen much usage

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: cash or BT
Location: slough berkshire
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Apple iMac Late 2013 – I5 , 8GB RAM , 1TB HDD

Introducing WebRTC 1.0 and interoperable real-time communications in Microsoft Edge

We’re excited to announce the preview availability of the WebRTC 1.0 API, and support for the H.264/AVC and VP8 video codecs for RTC in Microsoft Edge, enabling plugin-free, interoperable video communications solutions across browsers and platforms.

These features are enabled by default in Windows Insider Preview builds starting with last week’s release, 15019, and will be in stable releases beginning with the Windows 10 Creator’s Update.

Background and Object RTC

Microsoft Edge introduced support for ORTC beginning in EdgeHTML 13 (Windows 10 version 1511), providing the initial foundation for real-time communications in Edge. Our priority with the WebRTC 1.0 API support is to provide interoperability with legacy implementations on existing websites, which leverage the WebRTC API as previously deployed in other browsers.

Our WebRTC 1.0 API implementation provides support for peer-to-peer audio and video based on a subset of the W3C WebRTC-PC API circa 2015, prior to the addition of the WebRTC object model.  Because this implementation is focused on legacy interoperability (including mobile applications built from early versions of the WebRTC.org source code), we don’t plan to further update the native WebRTC 1.0 API beyond this release.

To utilize the most advanced features in the Microsoft Edge RTC stack, we recommend that considering the ORTC API, especially in situations where it is desirable to control individual transport, sender, and receiver objects directly, or to set up group audio and video calls. If you need support for objects or advanced features such as multi-stream and simulcast with the current WebRTC 1.0 API, we recommend the adapter.js library, which now supports Microsoft Edge.

Codec interoperability

The H.264/AVC and VP8 video codecs are supported in the Microsoft Edge RTC stack, which means video communications are now interoperable between Microsoft Edge and other major WebRTC browsers and RTC services. We have implemented the following congestion control and robustness mechanisms for both H.264/AVC and VP8 video codecs:

These features are available within both the ORTC API and native WebRTC 1.0 API, so you can make API and video codec decisions independently.

Note that while the Edge H.264/AVC implementation supports hardware offload within both the encoder and decoder, VP8 is implemented purely in software, and as a result may exhibit higher power consumption and CPU load.  If your application uses VP8, we recommend testing on lower-end devices to ensure acceptable performance.

What’s next

As we continue to chart our roadmap for real-time communications, our next priorities are adding support for the W3C Screen Capture specification, as well as improved support for enterprise scenarios. We look forward to sharing updates and preview builds as the work progresses.  Meanwhile, we look forward to your feedback on WebRTC and our current RTC roadmap. You can try out WebRTC 1.0 in preview builds today, and if you encounter any bugs, share feedback on Microsoft Edge Platform Issues, via Twitter at @MSEdgeDev, or in the comments below.

― Shijun Sun, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Edge
― Bernard Aboba, Principal Architect, Microsoft Skype

Kaby Lake compatible board

Hi folks, I’ve just bought an Intel g4560 and am looking for a compatible motherboard. The cheaper the better to be honest.

Thanks

Rob

Location: Newcastle

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Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

The introduction of Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 was an important step towards delivering a browser that not only gives users better performance, battery life, and security, but also a browser that keeps up with the ever-changing demands of digital living.

Today, we’re excited to dive deeper into the features and improvements you’ll see within Microsoft Edge in the Windows 10 Creators Update, as well as provide a peek into how and why they came to be.

Keeping your web organized

As you may have seen earlier this month, we’ve released a set of tab management features to the Windows Insider Program that we designed specifically to address major points of anxiety for users – the chaos and clutter of the web and the fear of losing tabs.

Our research tells us that Windows users spend more than 50% of their time on the web, but are often derailed by the arduous task of having to sift through countless search results, sites, and the sheer volume of unfamiliar content online. Most of us endeavor to be masters of multi-tasking, but not all the technology we use is built to support our complex day-to-day digital habits. Thus, people often have many tabs open at any given time – resulting in stress about losing open tabs, not being able to pick up where they left off, or simply losing focus due to information overload.

With these new tab management features, users can preview visual thumbnails of all their open tabs at a glance, and set a group of tabs aside in an instant to get a fresh start, removing any distractions and providing a clean browser feel, while remaining confident that they can pick up right where they left off. We want to enable users to quickly jump from one task to another without losing focus, and help them stay immersed in the content that matters to them at that moment.

Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

Bringing more to the browser and the browser to more

In addition to new features that help you navigate and organize the web, we are also in the early stages of bringing new and expanded experiences into Microsoft Edge – and Microsoft Edge into new experiences beyond the confines of your screen.

  • Embracing 3D: Over the coming years virtual and mixed reality will change the way we interact with technology. A wave of new devices will offer users truly unique immersive experiences in ways 2D cannot. A small but growing number of web sites are offering virtual reality experiences that let users view and interact with virtual worlds firsthand. Microsoft Edge is at the forefront of this work by enabling support for WebVR so users can experience virtual reality via the web using VR devices and upcoming Windows Mixed Reality hardware. We continue to explore how 3D content can revolutionize the web, and we’re hard at work in standards bodies to deliver a new interoperable immersive web. These are exciting times, and we’re thrilled to participate.
  • Books come to the browser: A few weeks ago, we began testing the ability to purchase e-books directly from the Windows Store and read them in Microsoft Edge. We’ve designed the browser with tools built specifically to improve the reading experience on Windows 10 devices, with features that not only enable you to read content, but also to customize and create your own experience with custom font sizes, layouts, themes, navigation control, Cortana integration and more. Rolling out Books in the Windows Store and Microsoft Edge is the first of many steps towards empowering entrepreneurs, students, creators, educators and others to learn and achieve more.

Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

  • Online shopping gets even easier: Late last year we introduced a preview implementation of the Payment Request API for Microsoft Edge, which will work with Microsoft Wallet on Windows 10 PCs to make online shopping easier than ever. On participating web sites, users will have the option to checkout quickly using their payment information stored securely in Microsoft Wallet so they don’t have to navigate through traditional checkout flows and repeatedly enter the same payment and shipping address information.

Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

  • Continued expansion of extension platform We’ve continued our investment in the Microsoft Edge Extensions ecosystem and platform. Extension developers now have access to over 30% more APIs than our initial release, including access to favorites, roaming data between PCs, and the ability to securely communicate with other installed applications. We helped make developers more productive with updates to the Microsoft Edge Extension Toolkit to help with porting, as well as improvements to extensions debugging and interoperability. We continue to work closely with partners to help them release extensions that meet our shared quality and performance goals and have been delighted to welcome several new partners to the Microsoft Edge Extensions collection in the Windows Store in the past months, such as Ebates, Intel TrueKey, Read & Write, Ghostery, and RoboForm, with many more in the pipeline to come.

Microsoft Edge helps you organize your web

  • Faster, safer, and more efficient than ever: As we know, making a better browser is more than just adding new features—it also means refining the ones you use every day to be better than ever. Microsoft Edge already has class-leading efficiency, performance, and security, but we’re not satisfied to stop there! In the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft Edge will be even faster and more responsive on your favorite sites, will get even more out of your battery than today’s industry-leading efficiency, and will introduce powerful new defenses to keep you safe on the web. We’re never done making Microsoft Edge leaner and more powerful, and we look forward to sharing more about these enhancements soon.

Whether it’s to learn, play, create, or share on the web, we want to help users get through their tasks quickly and effectively. We’re excited to bring these new features and improvements to Microsoft Edge with the Windows 10 Creators Update and, as always, to get feedback from old and new users to help guide the future of the browser.