Computerworld » InSpectre: See whether your PC’s protected from Meltdown and Spectre Great post showing how Microsoft’s Meltdown/Spectre checker leaves something to be desired and two alternatives which are lightweight and easy to use. Results of a patched Dell Inspiron … Continue reading
Kudos to Microsoft for doing what it takes to remain relevant and grabbing market share in the mobile industry. It may always be in third place in the United States but, through these pre-installed agreements and others with global hardware … Continue reading
Avast blog » More cybersecurity predictions for 2015. Interesting read/prediction on how the proliferation of smart devices or the Internet of Everything will increase security vulnerability. Enjoy, happy computing.
In their post Imaging the Laptop of the Future Softpedia makes predictions not only in form but in functionality too. In form, the keyboard is king and looks to be going nowhere. 2-in-1, hinged devices with touchscreens will proliferate but … Continue reading
Along the lines of PC Decrapifier, Should I Remove It aides in removing bloatware. It’s crowdsourced data is not deemed as completely accurate but it does give a good starting point as to what action other users have taken on the same application. Program … Continue reading
Possibly. Say hello to the personal fuel cell – yes as in the technology NASA deployed in the Apollo, Gemini and Space Shuttle programs. Created by Lilliputian Systems and soon available for $300, this thing runs on $10 butane pods, … Continue reading