Windows 10x is changing Volish thinking
Software King of the world, Microsoft is considering only breaking your computer and deleting your files once a year with a feature update.
Users unsure of the difference
Cybersecurity firm Unit 42, say new malware dubbed "Lucifer" is taking over Windows devices and using them both to mine cryptocurrency and play a role in DDoS attacks.
It can now read Linux files
Software King of the World, Microsoft, which once dubbed Linux a cancer on software, is planning to fully integrate Linux file access into the built-in file Explorer.
Using an undisclosed vulnerability
Software King of the World Microsoft has warned that attackers are exploiting a previously undisclosed security vulnerability found in all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10.
If you don’t want it you have to self-isolate
Windows 10 is now running on over 1 billion monthly active devices, just six months after passing the 900 million device milestone.
Iconoclasm never ended well
Microsoft is rolling out updates to the icons for Windows 10's core apps over the months ahead, starting with the Calendar and Mail apps in a new Release Preview for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.
Snapdragon 8CX Shipping before Valentine day
Samsung is one romantic South Korean company as after months of delays it finally plans to ship Snapdragon 8CX powered Samsung Galaxy Book S and promised to deliver before February 14. All that and the promise of a 25-hour battery for video watching.
For the sake of PC
Windows 7 official support ended on the January 14 and Microsoft is urging all users to upgrade to Windows 10.
Upgrade or we kill a puppy
Software King of the World Microsoft is having another crack at getting Windows 7 users to upgrade to something more up-to-date such as Babbage's difference engine.