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Author Topic: Developer hacks MacBook Pro Touch Bar into a Taskbar in Windows 10  (Read 3839 times)

Redaktion

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A clever developer has created a hack to allow the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar to act as a touch-enabled Task Bar when running under Windows 10 via Bootcamp.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Developer-hacks-MacBook-Pro-Touch-Bar-into-a-Taskbar-in-Windows-10.428205.0.html

Aman S

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"selecting the right emoji for your iMessage text asking your parents for more money."

Lol someone's being subtle... you do know some people buy their own macs, right? ;D

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There is no published proof of that.

DouglasBlack

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"selecting the right emoji for your iMessage text asking your parents for more money."

Lol someone's being subtle... you do know some people buy their own macs, right? ;D

Haha I apologise for the immature joke; I couldn't resist. I am sure most Mac users certainly spend their own well-earned money on them for very good reasons.

 

 
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