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What You Should Know About OneDrive Integration in Windows 11 Pro

In case you’re not quite sure, OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud server-based file hosting and backup service for customers of the company’s numerous software and hardware products. Naturally enough, it comes as an option for Windows 11 Pro users as well. When it comes to OneDrive, the application and its services have both their ups and

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Windows 11 vs. Windows 10: Should You Upgrade?

Windows 10 was a big step up from Windows 8, and many people wonder if they should upgrade to Windows 11. Windows 11 vs. Windows 10: Should You Upgrade? Microsoft has not released any information about the new operating system yet, but we can make some guesses based on what we know about Windows 10.

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Windows 10 Will Uninstall Bad Updates

Windows 10 seems to be learning how to avoid problematic updates. A recently published page on the Microsoft support site describes what Windows will do in the event of a recent update causing a boot failure. First, Windows will uninstall the recently updated software and roll-back to a configuration that has worked before. It will

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Zero-Day Vulnerability affects Chrome and Windows 7

Security analysts at Google and Microsoft have watched assailants utilizing a mix of a fixed Chrome weakness and an unpatched Windows 7 vulnerability. The declaration of the issue comes as a major aspect of their vulnerability disclosure policy. Both the Windows bug and Chrome bug deal with accessing memory that should not be accessed by

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Windows Sandbox Works Around Untrusted Software

Have you ever been in a predicament where you have downloaded some software, but then a pop-up arrives and says “we can’t identify who this is, or what it does” and suddenly your uncertain if your about to put yourself at risk? Welcome to the club.  Microsoft has noticed this precarious situation and created a

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Microsoft Admits…

Windows Users Are Underpaid Testers In Windows We Lack Trust… Windows 10 hasn’t had the strongest run throughout it’s time in the limelight. Many of the more tech savvy users have been, as of late especially, weary about installing any windows OS updates for fear of some major “unresolved” issue. Back in October at the

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Technological Advancement in Video Processing

Video Processing Has Evolved The Evolution of Encoding and Processing Just recently, a report of a technological evolution has made its way across the world. Computer Scientists at the University of California San Diego have broke upon a new technology that can encode, transform and edit video faster, several orders of magnitude faster, than the

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Avoiding Windows 10 October Update

Windows Newest Update Features Bugs On our most recent article, we broke down the new features and details of Microsoft’s Windows 10 October update which has been in the making for a while now, and the last major update for Windows this year. Since writing the article, the internet has been taken by storm with comments

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Windows 10 Update Breakdown

Windows 10 October Update Detail Breakdown Windows 10 has released their newest update just in time for October. As per the past updates,  we will breakdown the core elements of the update so that you can make the best use of the optimizations and new incorporation’s! Before We Start Before breaking down the details, we

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Microsoft Releases ‘Teams’ For Free

Microsoft has released a free version of Teams with their Office 365 Recently, as a celebration of the one year anniversary of the release of Microsoft’s Office 365, Microsoft has released a free version of Teams. This free version is accessible in over 40 languages and was designed for small businesses and groups that don’t

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