Companies will have to go with another antivirus. Once Windows 7 reaches end-of-support (EOS) on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will also stop updating Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) for Windows 7. Companies who purchase Windows 7 Extended Security Updates (ESU) will not receiveRead More about Microsoft Security Essentials updates not included in Windows 7 ESU
Microsoft: BlueKeep exploit will likely be used to deliver payloads more impactful and damaging than coin miners. Microsoft’s security team believes that more destructive BlueKeep attacks are on the horizon and urges users and companies alike to apply patches ifRead More about Microsoft warns users to stay alert for more BlueKeep attacks
When you set up a new Windows 10 PC, you have a choice of four types of user accounts, from the old-school local account to the newest, Active Azure Directory. Here’s how to make the right choice. When you setRead More about Windows 10 setup: Which user account type should you choose?
Deleting files in Windows 10 does not really delete the file. Security best practice requires deleted files to be completely overwritten more than once. In general, when you delete a file or directory in Microsoft Windows 10 it is moved to aRead More about How to securely and completely delete files in Windows 10 without third-party software
Are you one of those consumers who’s having WIFI connectivity issue after installing Windows 10 version 1903? After installing Windows 10 version 1903, some users are reporting losing Wi-Fi connectivity. The Windows 10 May 2019 is available, but as withRead More about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth not working after Windows 10 May 2019 Update? Here's how to fix it
Is there a new version of Windows 10 called “Ultra”? Microsoft and its PC partners may be ready to take the wraps off a new Windows 10 Home edition that potentially would work on more powerful PCs than those whichRead More about Is there a new version of Windows 10 called "Ultra"?
Understanding the different monthly security and quality updates for Windows, and how they’re getting more efficient. — Thanks to TechRepublic for this informative blog! Since October 2003, the second Tuesday of the month has seen a slew of fixes andRead More about Everything you need to know about Windows updates
Yes folks, this time last week it was Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, unfortunately this new patch won’t fully solve the latest of troublesome trojans, Duqu (not to be confused an evil Jedi master). Duqu is a recent meddling malware that manyRead More about Revenge of the Stuxnet: Microsoft isn’t ready to face off with Duqu
The Microsoft BUILD convention is finally behind us, but with the recent announcement of the new Windows 8 boot process, many developers of 3rd party software and hardware have returned worried. Microsoft seems to be doing away with the BIOSRead More about BIOS gets the Boot
The biggest buzz in the tech world is that Microsoft “accidentally” exposed the new Windows 8 file Explorer. In the post, that appeared on August 29th on Microsoft’s MSDN.COM blog for developers, screen shots of the new Explorer graphic userRead More about Microsoft’s “Accidental” Leak is a Buzz-Kill