November 29, 2022
  • November 29, 2022

Snowflake presents Snowpark, a new development environment for data programming

by on November 17, 2020 0

Cloud data and warehouse management provider Snowflake on Tuesday announced a slew of product updates aimed at improving data discovery on its platform. Key feature updates include support for more data types, a new developer experience, more granular data controls, and expanded access to data services from third-party vendors. On the developer side,...

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Google wants developers to build Windows apps using the Flutter framework

by on September 26, 2020 0

google announced the alpha release of Floating support for Windows. Flutter is Google’s open-source software development framework for building cross-platform and native apps. It enables cross-platform software development from a single code base. Flutter already supports Android and iOS. So far, this framework has powered more than 100,000 apps only available on the Google...

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Google extends its Flutter SDK to Windows apps

by on September 23, 2020 0

Join the leaders in online gaming at GamesBeat Summit Next on November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next. Google has announced that Flutter, its open-source UI development kit for building cross-platform software from the same codebase, is finally available for Windows apps in alpha release. For the world’s first desktop operating system...

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How to use Windows apps on a Mac

by on August 7, 2020 0

Apple’s macOS operating system is more than capable of performing most of the tasks Windows PCs can do. However, there are times when you need specific software that is only available on Windows. So what can you do? Unless you buy a brand new, separate Windows PC, there are actually more than one...

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How Google Brings Windows Apps to Chromebooks

by on July 31, 2020 0

Google revealed earlier this year that it plans to support Windows apps on Chromebooks through a partnership with Parallels. It’s a collaboration that will see a full version of Windows boot into Chrome OS, giving businesses the ability to run existing desktop apps on Google’s range of lightweight Chromebook devices. In an exclusive interview...

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Google gets into Windows apps for Chromebook laptops

by on July 31, 2020 0

Google provided more details on the plan to bring the Windows experience to Chromebook laptops. Last month Google revealed it would partner with Parallels visualization software to bring full Windows apps to Chromebook Enterprise users. However, in a new interview, Google said the integration will be a stand-alone project that will allow many other...

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Windows apps on Chrome OS coming soon

by on July 31, 2020 0

TL; DR A Google official has confirmed that Windows apps on Chrome OS will soon become a reality. Unfortunately, Windows will be virtualized through Parallels instead of the hoped-for dual boot option. Chromebooks will need to be powerful enough for this to work, and the service won’t be free. Although Chromebooks have come a...

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Statistical Software Market Expected To Experience Huge Growth By 2026 | TIBCO software, Institut SAS, Microsoft

by on July 22, 2020 0

Jul 22, 2020 7:16 PM ET ICrowd News Wire – Jul 22, 2020 A new business strategy report released by HTF MI with the headline COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Statistical Software Market Research Forecast to 2026 . This report on the Global COVID-19 Outbreak Statistics Software Market brings data for the estimated year 2020 and...

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The madness of Windows apps on Chrome OS

by on June 18, 2020 0

Here, in the land of mobile technology, worlds collide more than ever. Up is down. The left is the right. And the lines blur everywhere you look. As we speak, Microsoft is getting ever closer to releasing its first self-made Android phone – one that could turn out to be the most interesting Android...

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Launch of the statistical software Q-DAS v13 – Metrology and quality news

by on February 5, 2020 0

Q-DAS GmbH, part of the Manufacturing Intelligence division of Hexagon, has launched version 13 of the statistical software Q-DAS enriched with new functionalities and intelligent modules. This latest version improves performance and usability for an intuitive user experience while supporting a greater number of interfaces. Version 13 expands the Q-DAS portfolio of web-based...

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Minitab Launches New Minitab® 19 Statistical Software

by on June 5, 2019 0

A better, faster and easier solution for statistical analysis STATE COLLEGE, Pa., June 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Minitab, LLC, a leader in intelligent data analysis software and provider of expert statistical services, announced the launch of Minitab® 19 Statistical Software, a better, faster and easier solution for executives, professionals, educators and students. The...

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Minitab Launches New Minitab® 19 Statistics Software

by on June 5, 2019 0

A better, faster and easier solution for statistical analysis STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania., June 5, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Today, Minitab, LLC, a Leader in Intelligent Data Analysis Software and Provider of Expert Statistical Services, announced the launch of Minitab® 19 Statistical software, a better, faster and easier solution for executives, professionals, educators...

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Put Windows apps on the web with Uno

by on May 28, 2019 0

There’s a lot of focus on WebAssembly right now, as an alternative to JavaScript and as a way to provide more complex and powerful user experiences in Progressive Web Applications and inside cross-platform JavaScript hosting frameworks like than Electron. But there is one place where it falls: there is little room to provide desktop-like...

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How to Run Windows Apps on Linux

by on September 1, 2018 0

Gone are the days when Linux was considered the operating system for geeks and nerds, coders and seasoned developers. Linux operating systems are now spotting some truly beautiful and intuitive user interfaces and distros like Ubuntu and Linux Mint already boast millions of active users. Safe to say that Linux is quickly shaping up...

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​How to run Windows apps on your Chromebook

by on November 9, 2017 0

Video: Samsung’s new hybrid Chromebook Pro can run Android apps Have you ever heard someone with a new Chromebook complain that they couldn’t run their favorite Windows app on it? I have. Now there’s a solution for them (or, for you, so you can run that Windows app you can’t live without). For years,...

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Mathematics and statistics software available campus-wide thanks to a new budget collaboration

by on October 10, 2017 0

Submitted photo New budget collaborations mean math and statistics software is now available across campus. Barriers are removed campus-wide with a new cost-sharing initiative that allows all students, faculty and staff to access math and statistics software applications without being billed individually. This initiative, launched under the leadership of Tim O’Donnell, Vice Chancellor...

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How to Run Windows Apps on a Mac

by on June 28, 2017 0

If you need to run Windows apps on a Mac, virtualization (running Windows on your Mac using a tool like Parallels or VMWare) isn’t the only option. There is another method that has the following advantages: You don’t need to actually install the Windows operating system, or even own a Windows license; That’s right,...

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10 Essential Pen-Friendly Windows Apps

by on June 7, 2017 0

Forget about limiting yourself to typing and touchpads. Microsoft’s Surface family, which has recently grown with Surface Laptop and Surface Studio, and a legion of touchscreen Windows laptops, are designed to do so much more than your standard regular computer. Whether sketching artwork, signing documents on the fly, or taking quick notes, embracing the...

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Run Windows apps on Android hardware, courtesy of the St. Paul – Twin Cities company

by on September 14, 2016 0

Windows applications everywhere: this is the long-standing mission of the Saint-Paul-based company CodeWeaversa software company that marked its 20th anniversary in May. Most have never heard of CodeWeavers. But for those who rely on his crossing products, it’s simply magical. CrossOver, in a nutshell, allows computer users to run Windows applications without having to...

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RAT-STATS – Statistical Software | Office of Inspector General | Government oversight

by on July 10, 2016 0

RAT-STATS is a free statistical software package that suppliers can download to assist in reviewing complaints. The software package, created by the OIG in the late 1970s, is also the primary statistical tool of the OIG’s Office of Audit Services. Among other tasks, the software helps the user select random samples and estimate inappropriate...

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Geek Uninstaller: Remove Windows Apps

by on June 22, 2016 0

The last version from Geek Uninstaller, a third-party solution for Windows to remove installed software, supports the removal of Windows applications. Geek Uninstaller is one of the few programs that you can use as an alternative to Windows built-in uninstaller. Just like Revo Uninstaller and others, it not only supports removing programs but also...

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Microsoft UWP strengthens Windows app security

by on March 31, 2016 0

Microsoft’s renewed emphasis on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) goes beyond an improved user experience or an attempt to get additional apps into the Windows Store. UWP brings Windows app development closer to a more secure ecosystem where Windows software can’t wreak havoc on user devices or compromise data. UWP was originally introduced alongside...

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Minitab Statistical Software adds conditional formatting, new subset and sorting options, and data personalization tools

by on March 17, 2015 0

Minitab 17.2 adds new data manipulation and exploration tools that provide deeper insight into your data. I can explore my data and draw conclusions in no time by highlighting the most common outliers or faults. – Meredith Griffith STATE COLLEGE, PA (PRWEB) March 17, 2015 Minitab 17.2, an update to the most recent...

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Microsoft acquires statistical software company Revolution Analytics for big data insights

by on January 23, 2015 0

The The Transform Technology Summits begin October 13 with Low-Code / No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Register now! During the same week Microsoft announced it was buying text analytics software startup Equivio, the computer giant has now revealed it is buying Revolution Analytics, a business services provider for a language of programming used...

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Minitab® 17 Statistical Software Eliminates Fear of Data Analysis with Improved Assistant and New Tools

by on February 18, 2014 0

Minitab 17 offers new features and other enhancements designed to facilitate statistical analysis and give quality improvement professionals a better understanding of their processes. When using Minitab, you don’t need to be intimidated by the statistics. State College, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) Feb. 18, 2014 Minitab Inc. today released Minitab® 17 Statistical Software, the latest...

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Top 10 Underrated Windows Apps

by on February 16, 2013 0

Some applications are essential, and everyone knows he has them on his computer. Some apps, however, are fantastic, but fly under the radar. Today, we’re looking at our top 10 underhyped apps on Windows. We have shared our favorite under-hyped web apps a a few times before, but we were shocked to find that...

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