Monthly Archives: July 2015

Don’t want mandatory Windows 10 updates? Microsoft has a tool to block some | Windows Central

Don’t want mandatory Windows 10 updates? Microsoft has a tool to block some | Windows Central This isn’t a total fix but more of a workaround. For us in the pre-Windows 10 crowd, who are picky about what Windows does … Continue reading

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How to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 | Windows Central

How to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 | Windows Central Windows 7 users migrating to 10, the start is just days away! Here is more great information from Windows Central you should familiarize yourself with BEFORE the upgrade.

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Cheetah Mobile: Hacking Team can remotely control computers and smartphones

http://www.cmcm.com/blog/en/security/2015-07-17/685.html No matter what follows please believe that this data breach is bad for many but – in motivation – could someone have been trying to right a wrong? Maybe, more below. First the confusing irony, a┬ásurveillance company called Hacking … Continue reading

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Three practical reasons to use your browser’s private mode | PCWorld

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2106766/three-practical-reasons-to-use-your-browsers-private-mode.html There is no silver bullet or one-click protection for online security. It requires vigilance at all times on multiple fronts and this tip is in no way a cure-all but it will help reduce the size of your digital … Continue reading

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JAVA update: Do you like using Yahoo?

Unless you want the Yahoo-experience for your web browser – default search engine/home page – pay attention during the installation of the latest Java update. If you do not opt-out then that is exactly what you will get.

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