CCleaner, a popular piece of security software with a squeaky clean reputation, was distributing malware for the best part of a month. Which means you need to update ASAP.
Microsoft has launched a new bounty program aimed at encouraging Windows users to find bugs in its products. And doing so could bag you up to $250,000.
Kaspersky is launching a free version of its award-winning antivirus software worldwide. Kaspersky Free offers the most basic protection for free for anyone and everyone who wants it.
If you own a device powered by a Clover Trail Atom processor then you’re never going to be able to upgrade beyond the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. And that’s final.
Microsoft has unveiled Microsoft 365, a new offering for businesses which brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. Which should help prevent IT departments from losing their minds.
Microsoft has delayed Windows 10’s new Timeline feature. We don’t know when it will be ready, but we do know it won’t be ready in time for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
You can now download Microsoft Office directly from the Windows Store for the first time. Unfortunately, at the moment the apps are only available to Windows 10 users at the moment.
Google is replacing Google Drive for PC and Mac with a new tool that it calls Backup and Sync. This allows you to backup and sync all of your various files and folders.
What if your computer recorded everything you typed in an insecure text file anyone could read? If you’re using an HP computer, that could be true for you.
What do you do when you’ve created some new Windows software and you want to share it with the world? Ideally, you’d create an EXE install package. Here’s how.
Modern operating systems provide you with easy methods to set up new applications. But what actually happens when you run that installer or issue that command?
Microsoft has unveiled a new version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 S. This is Microsoft’s answer to Chrome OS, and the new streamlined version of Windows 10 is being targeted mainly at students.
Microsoft is warning users not to install the Windows 10 Creators Update manually. Why? Because the company cannot guarantee you won’t experience “issues” during installation.
There are some caveats to consider here, but Android is on the way up, passing Windows on the way down. And that has to be a cause for concern for Microsoft.
Microsoft will soon consign Windows Vista to the dustbin of history. So if you’re running Vista the time has come to upgrade to a newer version of Windows. Pick your poison!
A settlement in a class-action lawsuit means you could be owed $10 for one or more PCs you either own now or have owned in the past.
Switching from Windows to Linux presents a challenge. Knowing certain tips and tricks aids the transition, as does choosing the right distro. The Windows-esque ChaletOS 16 could be the one you want.
It depends. Windows and Linux may not use RAM in exactly the same way, but they are ultimately doing the same thing. So which one uses less RAM?
There are many reasons to migrate from Windows to Linux. For instance, Linux might offer a lightweight environment. If you’re tired of Windows and want a change, switching to Linux should be easy.
Ahead of the release of the Creators Update, Microsoft is addressing people’s privacy concerns regarding Windows 10. But will this be enough to appease privacy advocates?
Wine gives Linux users the the ability to run Windows software and can aid in switching operating systems. But it isn’t, so what can you do to ensure your Windows software runs in Linux?
Netflix is finally offering 4K streaming on Windows 10. Unfortunately the list of requirements is so long that probably only a handful of people qualify.
Under the new system, Windows 10 updates should be smaller in size, be downloaded more efficiently, and put less strain on your system resources. A change you probably won’t even notice.
Microsoft is no longer selling Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 licenses to OEMs. This effectively means that Windows 10 is the only version of Windows available to the companies building new PCs.