Windows 7 machines might have been the problem
Windows XP was not as vulnerable to the WannaCry ransomware as many assumed.
Apparently Linux desktop is more secure
In the wake of the WannaCrypt malware disaster there have been moves within the Linux community to try and use it to prove that this is the ideal reason to put Linux on the Desktop.
But Windows 7 is still king
NetMarketShare’s monthly OS usage figures show that Windows 10 use is growing but it is still a long way behind the aging and insecure Windows 7.
27,000 PCs still run the ancient software
More than 27,000 PCs in use by London’s Metropolitan Police are running Windows XP despite an IT modernisation programme and fears that it makes them vulnerable to hackers.
Attacks are coming
Drupal 6 which is still on ten percent of CMS’s is a 0-day waiting to happen.
Too good to be true
Latest figures show that Windows 10's meteoric growth has finally been checked, according to NetmarketShare.
The PC market is holding its breath waiting for the release of Windows 10.
Will be available on July 29th
Microsoft has reinstated some of the most important features of Windows, the solitary games are back, and it seems that it won't stop just there.
What could possibly go wrong?
Japan's nuclear industry, which has not been particularly lucky in recent years, might be suffering from a bad case of addiction to Windows XP.