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Windows 10: It may just be everything that Windows 8 should have been

A Verdict

Windows 10 is coming along very well – there are still some issues to be tackled, but this is shaping up to be one of Microsoft’s most popular releases yet.

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If you use both Android and Windows devices (and maybe iOS too), the latest version of Microsoft’s universal keyboard may appeal. Designed to allow you to switch easily between Android, Windows and iOS devices, the Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard is a more portable version, folding in half down the middle. 50 more words

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Microsoft OneNote 2013 available as free download

Microsoft OneNote is a to-do and note taking program from Microsoft which comes bundled with Microsoft Office suite. It allows users to save notes in various formats such as typed, handwritten, drawings, clips, audio, etc. 119 more words

Technology

NEW ARTICLE – 2015-02-28

Using complex passwords to prevent hackers from accessing your critical banking, brokerage or vendor accounts is of paramount importance. Yet, very few people do! The main reason is that they are difficult to remember and a pain in the next to enter manually if you don’t use an efficient and secure on-line Password Manager. 630 more words

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Lost - Windows 7 DVD? Download the ISO from Microsoft with your key.

Have your key but not your DVD?   Download it from Microsoft Software Recovery.

  • Create a Windows 7 DVD for installation on a new hard drive…
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Technology

Preparing for RansomWare Attacks

Recently at my day job, a coworker got a rather nasty piece of malware on his Windows machine called CryptoLocker.

Basically what ransomware (like CryptoLocker) does is that it encrypts your important documents and pictures and then gives you a 72 hour ultimatum to wire transfer money to an overseas location in order to get the encryption pass-phrase to rescue your files. 308 more words

Cybersecurity

The New Razer Blade Is The Gaming Laptop To Beat

Earlier this month, Razer launched the second generation of its ultra-high-resolution gaming laptop, the Blade. I’ve since gotten a few weeks to play with it and can confirm that its hardware lives up to the crazy QHD+ screen. 685 more words

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