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Among include a drop of real mode support (see more below), the removal of the Reversi game, updated icons with richer colors, an improved setup process with better hardware detection, and the introduction of batch install. The File Manager was completely revamped and a revamped hypertext help system was introduced.Applications could talk to each other not only through the DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) protocol, also used by OS/2, but also by the new Windows-only OLE protocol which allows for applications to share any type of object more seamlessly. Write, Paintbrush and the new Object Packager have support for this technology which remains with us today in Windows 8.Windows 3.1 also came with support for TrueType fonts which provide more realistic font rendering as they are outline fonts that can scale to any point size. With TrueType users could finally have a good grasp that what was shown on the screen would be what was printed without blocky outlines.
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HDCP is a copy protection system that will result in a black screen if you connect an HDMI connected XBox, PS3, Roku box, BD, DVD or TV into an HDMI equipped TV. There are three levels of HDCP but the main protection mechanism is 3-D, or 4K, this is the reason why I call the splitter 3-D (or 4K). So essentially, if the box supports HDCP it will disable the HDMI port for you once HDCP is enabled. The first attempt to do this happened with my Amazon Fire TV so I got a little angry and disabled the port. There are many YouTube videos about disabling HDCP on the Amazon Fire TV and even on the Xbox One. This is part of why the Amazon Fire TV is a great solution for so many situations. The way the browser works on the Amazon Fire TV I can surf the web with no issues at all, I can play movies on my XBox One and watch videos and TV shows on the Amazon Fire TV - its just a tremendous piece of kit. Unlike the XBox One it does not have a web browser, or any other software for that matter, they have taken the approach of letting their SDK come to the table instead of going to others and getting it. It's a bad decision and IMHO it shows that Microsoft is only interested in themselves on this process and that developers would be forced to adopt Microsoft services and protocols instead of using their existing ones. This is the beginning of the end for the XBox One. I would not even build a Roku box because of this. Sony does not have this problem. They still use their own technology and design and have created their own OS. Unlike Microsoft, Sony did not even use a master key to lock up content like Blu Ray owners were put into when the HDCP was first released. Thankfully this all changed with HDCP 2.2 and we have high dynamic range content for the user to enjoy.