Microsoft Pulls the Plug on Support for IE 8, 9 and 10

On January 12th, Microsoft ended support for all older versions of Internet Explorer. A final patch was released to deliver the last few bug fixes. This came along with an ‘End of Life’ notification encouraging users to upgrade to IE 11 or Microsoft Edge. For the uninitiated, Microsoft Edge is the company’s successor to Internet Explorer. It has been built for Windows 10.

End of Support means that these versions of internet explorer will not receive security updates and you will ...

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Windows 7 Continues to Dominate the Market

Microsoft has been moving towards the future introducing the world to new versions of the Windows Operating system to stay abreast with new technology being used in devices. Windows 8 and Windows 10 have been created with touch screens in mind so that users find the OS to be viable for new devices as well. So why exactly do we have Windows OS users so deeply rooted in operating systems that are dated? According to data from NetMarketShare, ...

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HDD and SSD – How to Pick the Right One for You

HDD and SSD – How to Pick the Right One for You

You’ve embraced the way technology works and you like to work with machines that are fast and reliable. When it comes to your laptop, you are now thinking which storage option will make more sense. Is an SSD better than the HDD? Or is it the other way around? How to make the right choice when it comes to your computer? Your needs are the best way to find ...

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Top 5 Parental Control Apps

The Internet has proved out to be a fabulous source for finding information. To provide a safe internet usage for your child in the world of unlimited access over the internet is a tough task. But however, you can have a control of what your child is exposed to when using the gadgets like smartphones. Here are the 5 apps which let parents to filter the content for their child on Android phones, restricting app purchases on Play store, setting ...

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iPad Pro – Massively Brilliant

We have all been advancing into a world of sleek and slim devices which are comfortable to use and can be easily carried anywhere. Competing for slimness has led us to see phones and tablets that could hardly be imagined a century ago. Apple has always astounded its fans with some of the best devices which are not only great to work but are a treat for the eye. iPad Pro is the latest Apple device which is being talked ...

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Top 5 Free Antivirus

The importance of an Anti-virus is known to everyone who uses a computer. Windows based devices are prone to viruses and malwares that can sneak into the system unknowingly. While Microsoft ensures that Windows Defender scans your computer for any threats in the absence of an anti-virus, it is not something you would want to rely on for PC protection. An Anti-virus that can handle all the threats without hampering your PC’s performance is a great choice. The fact is ...

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Dell Security Systems Render Two Blatant Vulnerabilities

Dell is not quite done addressing its security problems. Just when one huge security issue was being covered, a new one has emerged and it seems to have an equally destructive effect on the company’s fame and the security of Dell users. Dell’s proactive acceptance of the security breach and the quick steps it took to fix it are highly commendable. It may be one of the reasons of satisfaction among Dell’s users.

The first big security issue in Dell ...

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Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Turns 100 Years Old

A century ago, space and time got a facelift when Einstein devised the theory of relativity. On November 25, 1915, Albert Einstein had presented a series of equation to the Prussian Academy which may have seemed obscure at the time but it is now famously known as the theory of relativity.

Albert Einstein

He accomplished this by adding the force of gravity to the ...

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Windows 10 Gets Better With Threshold 2

Threshold 2 is the first update to Windows 10 and by the looks of it, Microsoft has made some substantial improvements to the already remarkable Windows 10. The latest update includes the following:

Windows 10 Activation Made Simple

When Windows 10 was originally released, Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users found the upgrading process to be quite complicated. Thanks to the latest update, you can activate Windows 10 using your Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 product key.

Colored Title Bars

Undoubtedly we all ...

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MTS 916 Smartphone Looking Good

Smartphone MTS 916 – device with the operating system Android 2.1, GPS receiver, WiFi, 3.2 megapixel camera and autofocus. But all this is particularly the most important – price, instead of connecting to any tariff cost of the phone is only around $200. Let’s take a closer look with the phone and find out whether it their money, while the amount for Android – smartphone is ridiculous. 

Specifications

  • Processor – Qualcomm MSM7227 clocked at 600 MHz;
  • Display – touchscreen TFT 2,8 inch, 240×320 pixels;
  • Connectivity ...
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