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Booting a live CD or bootable Linux USB is one of the oldest tricks in the book when it comes to skirting parental controls. Here’s how to stop it.
Support for Windows 10 version 1511 aka the November Update will be ending soon. Find out if you are running it and what your options are.
CrashPlan, the backup service from Code42, announced it will no longer support Home subscriptions. Here’s a look at alternatives.
Encryption is one of the best ways to keep files and folders private and secure on your PC. Here’s how to use the built-in encryption technology in Windows 10.
A computer virus doesn’t have to be the end of the world. Try these simple steps to get your Windows 10 PC back to full health.
Last week we showed you how to view and download your Google search history. Here’s a look at how to delete that data and other settings to double check.
Today Adobe and Microsoft announced plans to finally put down the old dog, Flash. Let’s review the details as well as when we can expect full support to end for the legacy web technology.
Controlled folder access adds extra security to Windows 10 by monitoring protected folders for changes that apps attempt to make. Here’s how to turn it on.
Preventing sophisticated malware attacks can seem like a losing battle. But there are simple steps you can take to protect yourself.
You can increase the Windows Defender Cloud protection level for Windows 10 Pro via Group Policy; here’s how to do it in Home versions with a Registry edit.
Want more control over your Windows Updates? Here’s how to tell Windows 10 when and what to install.
This malware is even more malicious than WannaCrypt. Find out it if you are vulnerable and what you should do.
Are you a holdout still using one of these obsolete applications or services?