The most widely read piece of software in the month of June told the story of the court dispute over the inheritance of French singer Johnny Hallyday, which was resolved thanks to photos posted on the artist's Instagram. The rocker's sons used the posts on the social network to prove they had a fortune left by the star. Another issue that drew attention was the jokes for Stories that were most successful among users. The stripe features games like Flappy Bird and filters that transform people's faces.
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Failures in the operations of Instagram and the Origin gaming platform also stood out among readers. In the case of EA's game service, 300 million accounts were exposed. Also highlighted were the new features of Excel, which allows you to send photo data directly to spreadsheets, and Google, which allows you to delete information automatically. Check out the ten most read subjects in the Software editor of the dnetc in the month of June.
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1. Inheritance dispute resolved with Instagram photos
Photos posted on Instagram caused a turnaround in the trial of French singer Johnny Hallyday's millionaire inheritance, killed in 2017. The artist's social network posts were used by his sons, David and Laura Smet, to prove that the star lived much of it. of his life in France, condition that would give the heirs the right fortune, according to the French law. The legal fight was with Johnny's living, who tried to prove that the singer had lived in the United States for the last few years, which would guarantee him the money. Based on his father's Instagram profile, David set up a chart to prove that his father and stepmother maintained their base in France, and the argument was accepted by the French court.
2. Instagram filters and pranks
Tutorial shows how to install and play the game Flappy Bird on Instagram Stories Photo: Marvin Costa / dnetc
This list published in June brought together the most successful pranks for Stories in May. One of the most famous was the baby filter, which turned anyone's face into a child. Snapchat's native effect captured Instagram and other social networks and generated fun photos and videos. Among the other options listed are the filter that puts the villain Thanos dancing in the environments and the game Flappy Bird, which came back with everything in the stories, allowing the bird to move within the social network using the movement of blinking eyes.
Instagram was down for many people in Brazil, the United States and French countries on the 13th. While trying to access the social network, users were impacted with the error messages "Unable to update feed", "occurred an unknown network error "or" network error ". The situation was quickly normalized, but the company did not comment on the reasons for the instability.
Confirm Removal of Old Data Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
The Auto-Delete function was made available to Google users in Brazil at the beginning of the month. The feature allows you to automatically delete the record of all user activity on company Internet services such as Maps, YouTube and Android apps. Functionality also excludes records from searches and websites visited. Once the service is activated, the information is removed from the history on time or every three or 18 months.
WWDC 2019 Introduces New Version of Apple Systems Photo: Thssius Veloso / dnetc
This tutorial taught you how to watch live, on the Internet, WWDC 2019, Apple's annual California conference on the 3rd, which reveals news from macOS, iOS and other operating systems. New features at the event include iOS 13 Night Mode, the new generation of Mac Pro, the release of iPadOS and the end of iTunes.
6. Instagram Print Q&A
This issue has raised questions about a fairly common question among users: Does Instagram warn me when I print? The text explains if the social network really delivers to your friend when you take a print, if you can find out who took prints of your Stories and if the contact is warned about screenshots in the images sent by Direct.
7. How to Make Animated Stories
Tutorial shows how to use Kizoa website to edit computer videos Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
The Kizoa website lets you create animated Stories with photos and videos to publish on Instagram. This tutorial taught you how to leverage the site's functionality to make custom stories, with transitional, phrase, soundtrack and video sequence effects. In the end, the files can be saved to the PC to be published by the PC or mobile, in order to draw the attention of followers with exclusive posts.
8. Failed to expose 300 million Origin accounts
Origin platform has vulnerability that puts millions of accounts at risk Photo: Reproduo / Andr Mello
A vulnerability endangered 300 million user accounts of the Origin gaming platform, offered by EA and Steam's competitor, paving the way for gamers to crack profiles and impersonate gamers. By clicking malicious links, players would open a breach so that criminals could hijack the active session, having access to the full collection of games purchased, as well as the ability to purchase more games using a payment method already registered. As soon as the bug was reported, EA released an update that fixed the bug.
9. Deezer Instagram Lyrics
Learn how to share Deezer song lyrics on Instagram Stories Photo: Helito Beggiora / dnetc
Deezer has released a feature that lets you share song lyrics directly on Instagram Stories, a feature different from the native music sticker of the social network, released in Brazil last week of the month. The user can send up to five lines of a song to the stories, accompanied by the album cover. It is worth mentioning that only the text sent to the social network, without background sound. The story can still be edited normally, with other texts, drawings and stickers.
shows how to insert data from photos in Microsoft Excel by mobile Photo: Marvin Costa / dnetc
The Excel mobile app started creating tables from photos. This means that using the phone's camera to capture the information, the program identifies a printed spreadsheet and creates its digital version automatically, allowing the user to edit the data as desired. The ideal feature for quickly scanning tables without having to type each cell manually.