Five Things You Need To Know – Windows 10
Since the launch of the unsettling Windows 8, Microsoft has endeavored to produce a more cohesive and stable user interface in subsequent OS releases. They set the bar of expectations at an all time low with the previous iteration. It…
Firefox Provides Protection Against Rogue SSL Certificates
In the latest version of Mozilla’s web browser, Firefox 32, the development team have implemented a new defense mechanism which will help to prevent hackers from accessing and tampering with data intended for main online services.
Microsoft Update Bricks PCs Running Windows 7
Last week, Microsoft released a security update which happened to cripple an unknown number of PCs running Windows 7. This was brought to light on Friday when Microsoft quietly recommended that customers uninstall a particular security update after users began…
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Beta Has Been Released
On Thursday, Apple released the beta version of their newest operating system Yosemite, to the public. This gives users the chance to experience a new influx of additions and alterations to the interface and features.
Typical Android Issues and How To Fix Them
Let’s be honest, no technology is devoid of flaw. All devices under perform or stop responding occasionally whether it’s due to lack of power, memory corruption or if they are running out of date firmware. In this week’s article I…
Office 2013 Breaks After June Microsoft Patch
Whoops! It was recently announced by software giant, Microsoft that the patch which was rolled out last Tuesday, has prevented Click-To-Run users from being able to run any applications from the Office Productivity suite.
Dangerous IE Bug Patched In Latest Build
Microsoft recently patched the termed “zero-day” flaw in Internet Explorer’s programming which would otherwise have made it possible for hackers to take control of your computer. This patch has even been released for Windows XP despite the fact that the…