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Twitter is taking some time to refine its power-users’ beloved TweetDeck, but its efforts to consolidate the platform may leave some bitter feelings. In a blog post released today, Twitter announced a new one login system for the browser, but will also no longer support a stand-alone Windows app. “We’ve been working on infrastructure projects like this to ensure we have a stable foundation to continue improving TweetDeck in the future,” the blog post said. The new log-in system sounds a little complicated, but it’s more of an invisible improvement to accessing TweetDeck from within the browser. Previously, users always…

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