MS has just released a critical patch for all “supported” versions of Windows. It is an issue caused by insecure installment of printer drivers from bogus server sites (often “posing” as valid sites).
It turns out, in order to make Windows even easier to use for the low-information user, . . . MS disabled a built in security feature:
Continue reading “MS – Critical Patch Release – All Versions”
Well worth a read. So far, security is as lax in Android as it is in Windows. Even IoS is only slightly better. Doesn’t say much for Google, . . . Apple or MS.
Continue reading “Hummingbad Android Rootkit”
Major update coming from Microsoft for Windows 10 Users – – it’s due to be released August 2nd, and is the 2nd iteration of the Redstone Project . . (2 more major updates expected in 2017).
Windows 10 Anniversary Update Available August 2
After many complaints, it appears MS is backing off the aggressive forced upgrades of Win7, 8 & 8.1 to Win10. Continue reading “Microsoft: Backing off forced Win10 Upgrades . .”
Interesting case: a small business owner who’s PC was rendered inoperable after a forced Win10 update is awarded $10,000 after MS decided not to appeal the “small-claims” case (after much hassling back & forth).
Read about her case – she’s the very first
Continue reading “MS Pays 10k for Hosed Win10 Update . .”
How is Windows 10 running? Not so sure? Here’s how to generate a useful summary report for you. It can do some fixing too, but the main purpose is to provide info JIC (just in case) something is not right:
Continue reading “Win 10 Performance Report . .”
Tired of DRM encumbered media? DRM (or Digital Restricted Media) ensures you dance to the tune of whatever the RIAA & MPAA want. But with DRM free music from Jamendo . . . Continue reading “DRM Free & Safe MP3 Downloads”