In case you missed the notice, we are now hours away from the official roll out day of Windows 10 which is scheduled to take place tomorrow, 29 July. While it is true that not everyone will get the new operating system on the first day it goes into the market, some users have already received the installer inside their PC.
Steam accounts belonging to several prominent streamers were temporarily stolen when attackers discovered a flaw in the gaming platform’s password reset system. There is no telling how many people were affected by the problem, although it has been solved and most of the stolen accounts returned to the rightful owners.
As per our announcement few weeks ago, we have embarked on a quest together with Microsoft Malaysia to seek out stories from users regarding their experience with Windows 10. In exchange for the most creative #MYWindows10Story from users, we are giving away a fully-kitted Microsoft Surface 3 which is inclusive of Surface 3 Type cover and Surface Pen.
Today marks the beginning of Week 4 and the final week for our contest. In other words, this is the last chance for you to win great goodies from Microsoft through this contest! Hence, let us reveal the final weekly theme for our #MYWindows10Story contest.
We are now two days away from the public release of Windows 10 on 29 July and while this will not be the last time you’ll hear about the operating system on our site , it is now time for the final part of our Get To Know Windows 10 series. For the final piece of the series, we are going to slightly broaden our discussion and are taking a look into productivity with the help of several new features within the operating system.
The Hacking Team cyberattack saga is not yet over, at least not while software companies rush to plug the exploits used and analysts pour over the 400gb of data that was leaked. For the average consumer, the idea that the Hacking Team products could be used by governments to spy on them is scary enough. Fortunately, there is now a free tool available for checking for the presence of Hacking Team spyware on home computers.
Welcome to yet another edition of our Get To Know Windows 10 series and for those who are new to the series, so far we have covered two topics: the new Start Menu, and Windows Hello. Now that we are only a week away from the official global release of Windows 10, the timing is rather right to discuss yet another new feature in the operating system called Windows Continuum.
Welcome back to our Get To Know Windows 10 series which kicked off last week by taking a look at the new Start Menu that is one of the latest features in Windows 10. This week, we are going to discuss about Windows 10’s offering of a more personal and natural experience. A classic example of this is in a new feature in the operating system called Windows Hello which is a secure way to access a Windows 10 device.
Office 2016 has officially been launched for Mac computers. The productivity suite has been available as a consumer preview for a while now, and brings the same features as its Windows counterpart. Anyone who currently has an active Office 365 subscription can simply download and install the new Office suite the same way they would on any other computer.
The fallout from the massive 400 GB leak from the Hacking Team continues as researchers have discovered an unpatched vulnerability in Flash. It turns out that the Italian spyware maker had discovered this vulnerability, and used it as an attack vector for its products. A couple of other vulnerabilities in Windows and SELinux also turned up in the documentation as well.
Italian spyware maker Hacking Team is currently facing a massive nightmare. The company has had its security breached, and some 400GB of files leaked on to the internet. Human Rights associations and privacy advocates are having a field day sorting through the data which shows sales to numerous oppressive regimes.