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Best Tools To Customize Windows 10

Windows 10 is awesome operating system is now become one of the best operating system but some of the circumstances as criticism from different users over the privacy makes users in fear but now in the market this tools freely available for all the versions of windows. There are many features …

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Mission ‘1 Billion’ — Microsoft will Automatically Offer Windows 10 Upgrade

Microsoft wholeheartedly wants you to upgrade your PCs to Windows 10, so much so that the company plans to automatically download its new operating system to Windows 7/8 computers next year. Just two weeks ago, Microsoft accidentally pushed Windows 10 installation to Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users through the …

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Microsoft doesn’t want Windows 10 Users to Switch to Chrome or Firefox

Microsoft wants Windows 10 users to use its Edge browser, and the company is pulling every trick out to make it happen. In a newly leaked Windows 10 preview release (build 10568), Microsoft has added a new prompt that appears whenever you try to switch away from default apps, including …

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Windows 10 Upgrade Become More Creepy, No Option to Opt-Out

If you are running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and have no plans to switch to Windows 10, then Microsoft could force you to install Windows 10, making it harder for you to cancel or opt-out of upgrading.Note: Above image has been photoshopped, but the original screenshot taken by Windows …

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Patch Report: All Versions of Windows affected by Critical Vulnerability

Microsoft has rolled out six security updates this Patch Tuesday, out of which three are considered to be “critical,” while the rest are marked as “important.“ Bulletin MS15-106 is considered to be critical for Internet Explorer (IE) and affects absolutely all versions of Windows operating system. The update addresses a …

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How to Activate GodMode in Windows 10

Microsoft’s Windows 10, the latest version of Windows Operating System, has been creating waves since it rolled out, and reached to 110 million devices within just 2 months. If you are a long-time Windows user, you may remember a trick called, ‘God Mode’. God Mode is an inbuilt, but hidden …

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New Attack Targeting Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA) to Steal Email Passwords

Researchers have unearthed a dangerous backdoor in Microsoft’s Outlook Web Application (OWA) that has allowed hackers to steal e-mail authentication credentials from major organizations. The Microsoft Outlook Web Application or OWA is an Internet-facing webmail server that is being deployed in private companies and organisations to provide internal emailing capabilities. Researchers from …

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Microsoft ‘Accidentally’ pushed ‘Test patch’ Update to All Windows 7 Users

A highly mysterious update that was pushed out to Windows machines globally was the result of a test that was not correctly implemented. Yes, Microsoft accidentally released a test patch (KB3877432) to consumer machines running Windows 7, making users believe that the Windows Update service got hacked, and they are infected with …

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Microsoft Chooses Ubuntu Linux for their Cloud-based Azure HDInsight Big Data Solution

Earlier this month, Microsoft surprised us all with the announcement that they built a Linux kernel-based operating system, Azure Cloud Switch (ACS), for developing software products for Network Devices. Now, Microsoft just announced that they have selected Ubuntu as the operating system for their Cloud-based Big Data services. Yes, Microsoft needs Linux. To …

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Microsoft Responds To Windows 10 Spying Concerns, But It will Still Collect Your Data

Microsoft has finally responded to the growing privacy concerns around its new operating system to regain the trust of the users who are concerned about their online privacy related to Windows 10. In a blog post published Monday, Windows chief Terry Myerson describes three ways in which Windows 10 collects and uses …

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