Microsoft Edge to support existing Chrome extensions

Though they are the competitors of each other, Microsoft Edge will now be seen to support existing Chrome extensions. According to the post on Reddit, it is a confirmation from the Microsoft Edge team that Microsoft is going to provide […]

Qualcomm announces 8cx built on 7nm for PC Platform

Earlier this week, at Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm announced its all-new Snapdragon 8cx chip. It is specifically built for Windows 10 Always Connected PCs. It is first chip that is designed specifically for the PC platform that is […]

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Microsoft withdraws Windows 10 Update that causes BSOD

Windows 10 Optional updates apply to Windows features or Microsoft-related software. They do not necessarily fix any security issues. However, they can interfere with the functioning of software or drivers. The Optional Update, KB4467682 added to OS Build 17134.441 is […]

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Microsoft Edge will soon be rebuilt on Chromium!

Microsoft has been increasing its participation in the Open Source Software (OSS) community for a few years now and are becoming one of the largest supporters of OSS projects. Microsoft has now made some major announcements for Microsoft Edge. The […]

Quora’s 100 million users personal data compromised in attack

The folks at Quora had a big scare recently when it was revealed that some of its user’s data were compromised in an attack. Apparently, the attack took place last Friday, and what the attackers walked away with is quite […]

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Dell & Dunkin Donuts websites face cybersecurity incidents

In two separate cybersecurity incidents, involving Dell and Dunkin’ Donuts, it was revealed that customers’ information might have been stolen by hackers. Dell.com faces cybersecurity incident Dell, the American multinational computer technology company, came out with a release on its website […]

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Multi-million dollar online ad fraud operation 3ve disrupted

The internet is a great place to be on an everyday basis, but it can also be an unsafe space, and that’s an issue that won’t go away anytime soon. Here’s the thing, a major online advertisement fraud operation known […]

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Official VLC Player site is dangerous says Bing

Bing, the Microsoft search engine warns us that the official VLC Player site is suspicious. Bing suggests choosing another result and also offers a link to the ‘Bing Site Safety Report’ wherein you can check the details. VLC web page […]

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Best antivirus software for Windows Home User: 2018

Protecting your computer from viruses and malware is very important if you want to keep your files and personal data safe from hackers. The question is, then, which antivirus software is best for Windows 10? AVTest has released the findings of […]

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KB4467708 may botch Notepad or Windows Media Player functioning

On November 13 this month, Microsoft came up with KB4467708 update (OS Build 17763.134) that applies to Windows 10 version 1809 (October 2018 Update). KB4467708 fixes some security issues and rolls out security updates to a few Windows programs, including […]

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Microsoft blocks Windows 10 v1809 Upgrade on some Intel PCs

Microsoft has blocked the October 2018 Update being delivered to systems running Windows 10 on some Intel PCs. Specifically those computers running Intel driver versions 24.20.100.6344, 24.20.100.6345 have been blocked. Incompatible Intel Graphics drivers force Microsoft to block Windows 10 […]

Microsoft makes support for Windows 10 on ARM development official

Most electronic gadgets (computers and smartphones) around the world have become a part of our daily life and to a great extent, we remain dependent on them. These gadgets often come equipped with processors that not only occupy less space […]

Windows Update quality gets better with every release, says Microsoft

Microsoft had some time back paused its October 2018 Update to fix some issues. This raised eyebrows as this was the first time update was pulled back and paused temporarily. Microsoft has now re-released the October 2018 and has also […]

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Microsoft rolls out a new AI-powered To-Do feature for Word

The explosion of digital data coupled by advancement in technology has enabled tech giants like Microsoft to create a whole new world of possibilities. They have started building solutions powered by Artificial Intelligence. Some have already been enrolled in Office […]

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Microsoft resumes the rollout for Windows 10 v1809

Microsoft had earlier released Windows 10 v1809. But with this release, many users reported a number of critical issues with the new feature update – as a result of which they had to pulled down the Windows 10 October 2018 […]

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Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.5 released for Windows 10 v1809

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.5 supports Windows 10 October 2018 Update (v1809) and adds several new tweaks. While you may be able to access all these via the Windows 10 Settings app, the Registry Editor or the Group Policy Editor, Ultimate […]

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Surface Pro 6 & Surface Laptop 2 Drivers and Firmware available

Microsoft recently launched the Surface Pro 6,, and the Surface Laptop 2 is currently being shipped to those who had preordered. And as expected Microsoft Surface Pro 6 & Surface Laptop 2 Drivers and Firmware are now available on the […]

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Solid State Drives that support hardware encryption may not be that safe

Solid State Drives (SSD) are the future, and they’ll one day replace Hard Disk Drives (HDD) as the default hardware for storing files on computers. Now, some of these SSDs support hardware encryption, but there’s a problem. Vulnerabilities in hardware […]

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Microsoft ports ProcDump to Linux; Other SysInternal tools to follow

Microsoft is also planning to port the highly popular Sysinternals tools to Linux. It has started with ProcDump – and its version for Linux is now available. This tool offers a convenient way for Linux developers to create core dumps […]

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Microsoft retires Hotfix service

Microsoft seems to have retired its popular update service, Hotfix as indicated by a message on the company’s official website. If you are looking to download hotfixes through Microsoft support website, you will be instead shown the following message, The […]

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Flickr will limit Free account to 1,000 photos and videos

The premiere online photo sharing site – Flickr has decided to shrink the free storage tier space. Because of the new move, free users will be limited to 1,000 photos in total, although the photos & videos will not be […]

Sticky Notes come to the Web

The Sticky Notes team at Microsoft have been pushing great updates to the app. First, they released an all-new major update with Sticky Notes 3.0. Then they announced the integration of Sticky Notes with the OneNote app and announced their […]

Windows Community Toolkit v5.0 announced

Microsoft has announced the next version of their Windows Community Toolkit. This major update bumps up to version number to version 5.0. It brings in a notable amount of new features with this update. It brings in all new WindowsXamlHost […]