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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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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Windows provides what Intel cannot

Big news hits the computer, updates sent out recently for Windows 10 are solving big problems caused by Intel’s patch. Back on January 2nd, there was an announcement that Intel CPUs were having some serious problems in regards to its security vulnerabilities and that these issues stemmed from features of the CPU that was essential

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Ransomware update: Petya

Petya-based ransomware using EternalBlue to infect computers around the world There are more reports of a massive cyber attack hitting a number of companies in Ukraine, including banks, transportation services, energy companies, and even the government. Avast says this is another example of the Petya-based ransomware, which was first identified in 2016. Petya ransomware was

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