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28th September 2016

Security Alert: Infostealer.Atesla

Infostealer.Atesla is a Trojan that spreads via removable drives and steals information from the computers that it infects. It creates the following files on infected systems: %UserProfile%\ Application Data\ Java\ JavaUpdtr.exe %Temp%\ Mails.txt ...

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28th September 2016

Quickly Fix Microsoft Word Crashes

It’s annoying when Word crashes just as you are finishing working on an important document that you haven’t saved for a while. Often problems in Word are due to corruptions in the main Word template file, called Normal.dotm (or Normal.dot prior to Word 2007). If you find...

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28th September 2016

Windows Media Player Still Vulnerable to Attack

Windows Media Player used to be one of the hackers favourite targets to implant malware in your PC. However, in recent years, hackers have set their sights on other weak software, most often web browsers. You might have assumed that was because Microsoft had improved t...

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28th September 2016

Activate and Customise the Windows 10 Narrator

To quickly turn on the Narrator, press the [Windows Key] + [Enter]. (The same key combination also turns it off again.) When you do so, an icon will be shown in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen, showing a monitor next to a speech ...

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28th September 2016

Microsoft Improves Windows 10 for People with Hearing and Sight Problems

Microsoft has used the Anniversary Update to improve the way that Windows 10 helps people with hearing and vision impairments. If you have trouble reading long passages of small, dense text, you can take advantage of the improvements made to Windows 10 text-to-speech capa...

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28th September 2016

See Every Type of File on Your System

By default, the File System Explorer in Windows 10 hides the extension of known file types. In order to be able to distinguish between JPEGs or TIFFs and MP3s or WMA files, follow these steps: Open Explorer by pressing [Windows Key] + [E]...

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