Monthly Archives: February 2020

Life with the MacBook Touch Bar is awful and I hate it

STORY BY Callum Booth I wanted to love the MacBook Touch Bar, I truly did. I thought the raft of people complaining about it just weren’t ready to see the big picture. Even if there were some teething problems, Apple … Continue reading

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Number of Mac Threats up 400 Percent, Surpass Windows PCs in 2019

Malwarebytes recently released its 2020 State of Malware Report and it states that the number of threats on Mac endpoints surpassed Windows for the first time ever this past year. On average, Mac threats showed a huge 400% increase, according … Continue reading

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There Were Twice as Many Malware Threats for Macs as Windows in 2019

Although Macs have long been viewed as a safe haven from the kind of malware and viruses that pervade the Windows PC landscape, that’s gradually been changing in recent years, and it’s something that Mac users should really be sitting … Continue reading

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Expensive repairs, scarce parts among reasons to avoid all-in-one PCs

Question: I’ve been thinking about buying an all-in-one Windows computer; what should I know? Answer: The success of Apple’s iMac computers that incorporate all of the computer processing components inside the display led to a large number of Windows-based copycats. … Continue reading

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Windows 7 users are at risk, may need to buy a new computer

Microsoft’s Windows 7 is shown at the National Retail Federation’s convention in New York. Users still running Microsoft’s Windows 7, on their computer’s might be at risk. Microsoft is no longer providing free security updates for the system as of … Continue reading

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Here’s How You Can Activate Microsoft Edge’s New Crapware Blocker

More often than not users of varied browsers see some new, unsought for apps get downloaded in the phones and computers. Microsoft recently introduced a new feature to its Edge browser that will be a welcome change. It will now … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Office 365 – January 2020

OneDrive for Business makes requesting files super easy This is interesting because I never thought about using OneDrive like this, but I think I love it. Microsoft added functionality to allow you to send out OneDrive links requesting files. So … Continue reading

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New to Windows 10? Here’s how long Microsoft will support it

Whether you’ve made the upgrade to Windows 10 or are holding out, you need to know how long Microsoft will provide updates and patches. Windows 10 will last you a good, long time, but you need to know some facts. … Continue reading

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The Microsoft Edge Features You Should Check Out First

Microsoft has totally retooled its browser. Here’s where to start if you want to give the new Edge a shot. This month, Microsoft finally released its new and improved Microsoft Edge browser, which the company rebuilt from scratch. If you’re … Continue reading

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