The Windows 10 November Update contains several new features that make Windows 10 more complete. One of them is scanning folders with Windows Defender.
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Over the weekend, it was discovered that Dell has been slipping a rootkit certificate called eDellRoot to assist with customer support. Here’s how to if you’re infected.
Amazon has finally added Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for users of its site. Here’s how it works and how to enable it on your account for extra security.
Microsoft rolled out several updates today for all versions of Windows and Office, as well as a cumulative update for Windows 10 and a Flash security fix.
Microsoft pushed out two new updates for the current stable RTM version of Windows 10. These updates provide bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Piriform launched a new update to its popular CCleaner desktop app. The most notable new feature is the ability to uninstall Windows 10 universal apps.
Malware, viruses, and other internet nasties are a fact of Internet computing today. They are unavoidable on almost any platform and protection is a must.
LastPass announced that it has been acquired by LogMeIn. Users aren’t happy, but before panicking and killing your accounts, let’s see how things play out.
Virus protection software used to be all the rage back in the day. But nowadays, antivirus utilities aren’t as necessary, at least for me anyway.
Microsoft today is rolling out another new cumulative update for Windows 10 KB3081455. Should Microsoft tell us what’s in these?
If you have kids and want to manage their time and activities on the PC, Windows 10 includes a built in function called Family Safety. Here’s how to use it.
Take a deep breath and accept that your password isn’t much protection. Your password is like a door lock and 2FA is like a deadbolt to deter break-ins.
Microsoft today released an emergency out-of-band critical update KB3079904 for Windows Vista and higher today. Make sure to manually run Windows Update.
Every week, we’re reading stories about compromised corps and websites. For many of us, the worst break-ins are stolen passwords. A change is needed!