So you’ve decided it’s finally time to take the plunge and install Windows 7 on one of those computers you have lying around, but there’s a small problem…
Windows 8 is coming next year (at least, that’s what we expect) and we all know it’s going to be optimized for touch screens and tablets.
There’s a program called ChatSend currently doing the rounds on Facebook, and at time of writing just over 114,000 people have hit the “Like” button which no doubt means a high proportion of that tally have downloaded and installed it. Including one in my stream—
Network problems can be frustrating and difficult to track down, but with some time and patience you can usually figure out where the problem originates.
Fact is, regardless of the pros and cons, it seems to me we’re headed toward a
future where remaining anonymous may be impossible, or at least increasingly
Some downloads come with additional extras that you wouldn’t see if you’d grabbed them from the official developer site.
We’re seeing some more bad adverts popping up in Bing – just like the original attack, these results are served with very basic search terms…
A Windows 7 computer is a pretty complicated piece of electronic machinery…
Our engineers over at the AV Labs have spotted recently a deluge of spam about a “traffic ticket”
It’s “common knowledge” that Mac users don’t have to worry about all those pesky security issues that plague PC people, right?