Back in the day, a not-insignificant number of Windows users ended up with Apple's Quicktime software installed on their computers, thanks in large part to iTunes.

Apple confirms that it is no longer supporting Quicktime for Windows

Back in the day, a not-insignificant number of Windows users ended up with Apple's Quicktime software installed on their computers, thanks in large part to iTunes.

More here : Apple confirms that it is no longer supporting Quicktime for Windows

Check Also

Picasso painting x-ray reveals hidden landscape artwork

Researchers have used a non-invasive tool to reveal artwork hidden behind Picasso’s “La Misereuse Accroupie” painting, a new study reveals. The hidden image is of a landscape; the artist is unknown. The x-ray scan, which was used to find the hidden image, also reveals earlier iterations of Picasso’s painting, helping shed light on the process that ultimately resulted in the … Continue reading

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *