AMD recently released 20.5.1 Adrenalin 2020 Edition suite of drivers to beta testers and this update is solely focused on providing proper support for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, also known as version 2004 and 19041.

In the release notes, AMD states that its 20.5.1 Adrenalin driver adds support for hardware-accelerated graphics scheduling, but the kicker is that feature isn’t available for all AMD GPUs.

The feature is currently available for Radeon RX 5600 and Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products only. For now, it appears that Ryzen or Vega owners will have to wait longer for Windows 10

Microsoft has created a Windows 10 File Recovery Tool that recovers deleted files and forgot to tell anyone.

Everyone has deleted a file by accident and then realized that they had no backup. If this file was critical, then you may get lucky using a third-party file recovery, or undelete, program to recover the deleted data.

Windows sleuth WalkingCat recently discovered a program created by Microsoft called the ‘Windows Recovery Tool.’

This tool states it is a file recovery program that allows you to undelete files on a hard drive, USB drive, and even an SD card.

“Accidentally deleted an

Russian national Sergey Medvedev, one of the co-founders of Internet-based cybercriminal enterprise Infraud Organization and an admin on the organization’s carding portal, today pleaded guilty to RICO conspiracy.

In February 2018, US authorities indicted 36 individuals for alleged roles in the transnational Infraud cybercrime group, out of 10,901 registered members in March 2017, and apprehended 13 defendants from the United States and six countries: Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Kosovo and Serbia.

“During the course of its seven-year history, the Infraud Organization inflicted approximately $2.2 billion in intended losses, and more than $568 million in actual losses, on a