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Microsoft Paint Gets New Look In Windows 11

MS Paint has had a long and interesting history. It is one of the oldest apps bundled with Windows and has been present for literally decades. Microsoft made plans to retire Paint ...

Microsoft 365 Getting Button To Easily Report Phishing Emails

We're beginning to see increasing collaboration between giant tech companies and government agencies around the world. In the UK the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) launched its Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS) ...

iCloud For Windows Adds Cloud Password Access And Management

Version 12.5 of iCloud for Windows is now out and features a small but important upgrade. The new version adds password access and management features. These allow users to manage passwords that ...

Coalition Of Big Names Coming Together To Fight Ransomware

If you're worried about ransomware attacks know that help is on the way. The CISA (Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency) has announced a partnership with some of the biggest names in tech. ...

Windows Turned On Default Blocking For Potentially Unwanted Apps

Microsoft made a small but significant change to Windows 10 recently as it relates to PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Apps). It wasn't something that got a lot of press but it's a change ...

Microsoft Teams Fend Off Phishing Attacks With Link Protection

Microsoft Defender has long included "Safe Links" protection as part of its overall function. The company recently announced that it would be extending Safe Link functionality so that it provides protection from ...

Microsoft Issues Patches For PrintNightmare Bug

If you're one of the legions of Windows users, you may be aware that the OS currently has some printer issues. In fact, they're so severe that the bug has been dubbed ...

Some Netgear Devices May Have Vulnerabilities According To Microsoft

Do you use a Netgear DGN router, either at home or in your office? If so, be aware that Microsoft has discovered a number of security flaws that impact those devices, if ...

Windows 11 Might Change The Blue Screen Of Death

On the heels of Microsoft's announcement of Windows 11, the Redmond Giant published an overview of the changes we can expect when the new OS rolls out. There's a lot to like ...

Microsoft May Allow 7th Generation Intel CPU’s On Windows 11

Not long ago, Microsoft announced the development of Windows 11, which formally brought the Windows 10 era to a close. Details were sketchy of course, as is often the case with announcements ...

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