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21st November 2017

Security Alert: W32.Styes

W32.Styes is a Trojan that opens a back door on the PCs that it infects so that they can be remotely controlled. It creates the following files on infected systems: %AppData%\ Windows Objects\ wmiintegrator.exe %AppData%\ Windows Objects\ wmimic.exe...

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20th November 2017

Microsoft Plan Complete Reconstruction of the Windows 10 User Interface

Microsoft has made some major changes in Windows 10, with an optimised Windows Explorer, plus many other new features. But now the company plans a complete reconstruction of the Windows 10 interface! The Control Panel, Start menu and search tool have all ...

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17th November 2017

Windows 8.1/7 Users: Switch to Chrome Now!

Sometimes Windows bugs are so simple, it's amazing no one has noticed them before. And this is certainly the case with a new bug affecting Windows 8.1 and 7 users. The problem occurs when you try to open a file path that accesses the Master File Table (MFT). MFT is a prot...

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16th November 2017

Always Remove Drives Safely

If you have a removable USB drive, it is important that you safely remove it using the icon shown in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. This will ensure that any files saved to the drive have actually been written to the drive before it is removed, preventing the da...

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16th November 2017

How to Move Apps to a New Hard Drive Partition

Once you've installed an App, you can’t simply drag it to a folder on another hard drive. However, Windows 10 does contain a hidden feature that allows you to move Apps. Press the [Windows Key] + [I] key combination to ...

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15th November 2017

New Technology to Replace MP3

There’s no doubt that the MP3 format has revolutionised music and pretty much killed off the CD in the process. Developed in 1982, by the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, the format allows musical tracks to be saved in relatively small files, so that lots of them can be fi...

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