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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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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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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 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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[Download/OpenSource] PrivacyFix 10 – v1.0.0.0 – Fix Win10 Privacy Issues – Anti-Spy

formation Let’s be honest, Windows 10 is the BEST Windows version to date (IMO). But as we all know, it has MAJOR privacy concerns, more information can be found on both Google and HF. I’ve made this tool so you all can enjoy Windows again, without your privacy getting shitted …

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Lenovo Caught (3rd Time) Pre-Installing Spyware on its Laptops

Lenovo has once again been caught installing spyware on its laptops and workstations without the user’s permission or knowledge. One of the most popular computer manufacturers is being criticized for selling some refurbished laptop models pre-installed with invasive marketing software that sends users data directly to the company. This is …

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Windows 10 got huge updates

Microsoft has released a huge update for its Windows 10 apps on 24th September.Totally 9 apps on Windows 10 got huge updates. All these apps can be updated through the store. 9 Windows 10 apps that received improvements are PowerPoint Mobile, Mail and Calendar, Excel Mobile, OneNote, Microsoft Photos, Groove …

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Microsoft has Built its own Linux Operating System

Sit Tight on your seats, because you’re gonna get a Shock. Microsoft has developed an Operating System powered by LINUX. Close your mouth first. It’s True! Microsoft has built its own Linux-based operating system called Azure Cloud Switch (ACS) and believe me, under Satya Nadella, Microsoft has become more open than ever. …

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