Interestingly, Microsoft has dropped Gadgets from the upcoming Windows 8. Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and gives computer security presentations.
What you’re suffering from is a condition called “aging”.You have kids, your responsibilities grow, and it seems like the days grow shorter.You even had time to browse and meander through several of your favorite blogs. You got busy, or you got a promotion, and your mornings transformed into a busy time where you need to race through emails before the workday started.Thankfully, RSS feeds are a savior for the worker – a way to sort of auto-browse all of those headlines without the need to click and read each one.The Ticker was first launched in 2011, to coincide with Facebook introducing an algorithmic News Feed.
Instead of showing you your friends’ most recent posts and interactions in the News Feed, Facebook surfaced posts that it deemed more relevant or interesting to you, as well as posts that were already getting a lot of traction.continues to tinker with its layout and services to spur more interactions and engagement, it seems that not even the most well-known or oldest features are spared.In the most recent development, it looks like Facebook has quietly removed the Ticker, the box that used to appear to the right of your News Feed to summarize what all your friends have been liking, commenting on, and generally doing on the social network.Which is bad news if you found those sidebar gadgets useful.You better find a new way to tell what time it is, or catch the latest from your favourite RSS feeds.The removal has come after several weeks of people reporting the feature suddenly disappearing for them.