PuTTY 0.69 has been released

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PuTTY release 0.69.

0.69, released on 2017-04-29, is the latest release.
You can also find it at the
Latest Release page,
which will update when new releases are made (and so is a better page
to bookmark or link to).

Release versions of PuTTY are versions we think are reasonably likely
to work well. However, they are often not the most up-to-date
version of the code available. If you have a problem with this
release, then it might be worth trying out
the development snapshots,
to see if the problem has already been fixed in those versions.

Package files

You probably want one of these. They include all the PuTTY utilities.

(Not sure whether you want the 32-bit or the 64-bit version? Read the
FAQ entry.)

MSI (‘Windows Installer’)

Unix source archive

Alternative binary files

The installer packages above will
provide all of these (except PuTTYtel), but you can download them one
by one if


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Microsoft unveil its Windows 10-based Chromebook competitor

Microsoft is holding a press conference today in New York. The conference is about to start. This time, it’s all about the education market. While many schools have been buying a ton of Chromebooks and iPads, Microsoft is about to fight back.
Rumor has it that the company is about to unveil a lightweight version of Windows 10 with fewer apps and a lot of cloud functionality. Just like I wrote this weekend, tech companies have been outsourcing compute-intensive tasks to the data center. This is Microsoft’s answer to the Chromebook.
Note: If the live stream doesn’t work in Google Chrome, try Safari or Microsoft Edge as there seems to be an issue with live streaming in Chrome.


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Introducing Surface Laptop

Available for pre-order today, Surface Laptop brings the superior performance and security of Windows 10 S to a laptop that college students will love.

Earlier today, we shared our vision for empowering today’s students and teachers to create the world of tomorrow. This is a vision that resonates deeply with us on the Surface team because it taps directly into why we created Surface – to empower people to bring their ideas to life. To bring hardware and software together to transform the way people learn and create. This is what Surface has always been about. We built Surface Laptop to do two things: refresh the classic laptop form factor that our customers, especially college students, have been asking for; and make a Surface that works seamlessly to showcase the best of Windows 10 S.
The result is the most personal and balanced Surface we’ve ever made. This Surface perfectly blends fabric and


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GCC 7.1 Released

This is the mail archive of the
gcc@gcc.gnu.org
mailing list for the GCC project.

From: Jakub Jelinek
To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
Date: Tue, 2 May 2017 17:57:28 +0200
Subject: GCC 7.1 Released
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Reply-to: Jakub Jelinek
We are proud to announce the next, major release of the
GNU Compiler Collection, 7.1. This year we celebrated the 30th
anniversary of the first GCC beta release and this month
we will celebrate 30 years since the GCC 1.0 release.

GCC 7.1 is a major release containing substantial new
functionality not available in GCC 6.x or previous GCC releases.

The C++ frontend now has experimental support for all of the current C++17
draft, with the -std=c++1z and -std=gnu++1z options, and the libstdc++
library has most of the C++17 draft library features implemented too.

This releases features various improvements in the


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Angie’s List will merge with HomeAdvisor after finally accepting IAC’s acquisition offer

 After two years of wooing, Angie’s List has finally agreed to be acquired by IAC. After the deal closes, Angie’s List will combined with HomeAdvisor, IAC’s home services marketplace, into a new public company called ANGI Homeservices. Read More


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YouTube Finally Embraces Google’s Material Design, Puts Focus On Content

Google’s Material Design specs are finally coming to the YouTube desktop site, the company said on Tuesday. The feature isn’t rolling out to all just yet, but you can test drive it here. My initial impressions after playing with the new design: lots and lots of white space, but the optional dark theme looks pretty. Here’s how the company describes the changes: The key principles of this new design are: 1. Simplicity: The only thing you should be concerned about is watching the content you love. The new design is clean and fresh, thanks to the removal of visuals that can distract from your browsing or watching experience. We’re focused on making the content shine! 2. Consistency: The new design is aligned across Google platforms, including the YouTube mobile app, while still providing the features you know and love. 3. Beauty: We strive to combine beauty and purpose to create


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