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The end has come for Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer. This time next year, there will be a new CEO at the helm of the largest software company in the world, and Steve will likely be on a Caribbean island somewhere …Read More »
It seems that when Microsoft announced that Windows 8.1 will be offered as a free update for Windows 8 users, many were interested and finally got Windows 8 installed in their computers. This is probably one of the reasons why …Read More »
This computer actually runs Windows XP but apparently someone likes messing with splash screens.Read More »
Windows XP is the most exploited version of Windows while infections on Windows 7 are increasing, according to Microsoft
Wondering which version of Windows you should stick to be the safest? According to data released by Microsoft in its most recent Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, Windows XP remains at the top of the list when it comes to …Read More »
New vulnerability in Internet Explorer 7, 8, and 9 allow hackers to remotely control your Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 computer
A couple back-to-back Java vulnerabilities hit the cyber waves a few weeks back. The cyber criminal gang that exploited those vulnerabilities seems to have developed a new zero-day attack. This time the attack has Internet Explorer in its crosshairs.
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Not sure you will like Windows 8? Yeah, many people are in the same boat. If you are on the fence about purchasing a Windows 8 PC (after Windows 8 comes out), there is some good news that may sway …Read More »
Windows is the bane and backbone of modern day computing society. For better (Linux) or for worse (Mac), the world would be a completely different place if Windows was never born. Initially outed as Windows 1, Windows of the old …Read More »
RapidShare unveils RapidDrive, a cloud storage service expected to rival Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, etc.
Hoping to make a stand in the cloud storage arena, RapidShare has stepped in with RapidDrive, a cloud storage service that will act as an active competitor for established services such as Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, etc.
Technically speaking RapidDrive …Read More »
With Windows 8 on the horizon, Windows 7 has become the most used operating system in the world, recently surpassing the 50% mark in June 2012.
According to StatCounter, Windows 7 had overtaken Windows XP back in the mid-September 2011 …Read More »
Today, eligibility for Windows 8 upgrades were leaked by ZDNet. Although all XP, Vista, and 7 are all eligible for upgrades, the ability to keep applications as well as personal data depends on the operating system version, and with Vista, …Read More »
As reported earlier in a post which pointed out the connection between Flame and Stuxnet, Flame has been named to be one of the most complicated malware ever written. Security analysts have also made clear that it might be a …Read More »
Don’t you sometimes feel the need to change how your Windows looks like? I’m not just talking about the colors and the wallpaper, I’m talking about the way it feels; the way it captures your attention at a deeper level. …Read More »
Forget your Windows password? Yes? How are you going to log in! If you don’t know your password, it can really take away from that whole “using of the computer” idea. Thankfully, a bunch of Swiss developers have put together …Read More »