Monthly Archives: January 2020

How to customize the new Microsoft Edge Browser in Windows 10

The new Microsoft Edge (Chromium) browser is compatible with Windows 10/8/7 as well as Android, macOS and iOS. The browser comes with a brilliant new look and features which you can customize the way you like. You can choose the … Continue reading

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11 hidden Windows 10 tricks you should know: Secret start menu and more

Whether you’ve been using Windows 10 for years or have only recently upgraded, there are plenty of new and old tips, tricks and hidden features to learn that will make using your laptop every day faster and smoother. For example, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Edge is now here for Windows 10 and MacOS. How to download

Thanks to its new Chromium underpinnings, Microsoft’s new Edge browser can now handle Chrome extensions on Windows 10 and MacOS. The new Edge browser for Windows 10 and MacOS. Microsoft Based on the same engine that powers Google’s Chrome browser, … Continue reading

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Microsoft details what the new Edge imports from Chrome, and it’s a lot

A week ago Microsoft released the stable version of their new Chromium-based Edge browser, and many of our readers may have noticed that the browser seamlessly imports more or less all of their data from their Google Chrome browser, making … Continue reading

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This Is Why Microsoft Windows Is Now A Looming Security Disaster In China

VISUAL CHINA GROUP VIA GETTY IMAGES Microsoft ends support for Windows 7 today, January 14. And for anyone still running the ten-year-old operating system, that’s a major security risk—no more updates means that any new vulnerabilities can spread like wildfire. … Continue reading

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Microsoft ends support for Windows 7: What you need to know

Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 ends today. This is by design: Microsoft provides at least a decade of support for its operating systems, split into two distinct types. Windows 7, the successor to Windows Vista, hit RTM status on July … Continue reading

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RIP Windows 7: Microsoft ends support today

Pack up your things, Windows 7 users. It’s time to move on, as Microsoft today ends support of the venerable OS. So to the millions of people still running the OS: now’s really, truly the time to upgrade. According to … Continue reading

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