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16th November 2016

Add Your Important Folders to the Start Menu

The Start menu is the linchpin of Windows 10. Microsoft has designed it so that it can be customised according to your preferences. For example, it is possible to add your own folders to the menu. If you want to put the Documents folder on to the Start m...

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16th November 2016

Windows 10 ‘Creators Update’ Due February 2017

More details of the next major update of Windows 10 are starting to emerge. Instead of using the current ‘Redstone 2’ codename when the new system is released, Microsoft will call it the ‘Creators Update’. This name reflects the new features of the operating system, ...

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16th November 2016

Security Alert: Backdoor.Korplug.D

Backdoor.Korplug.D is a Trojan infection that opens a back door on the PCs that it infects. It creates the following files on infected systems: %AllUsersProfile%\ DRM\ emproxy\ RasTls.dll %AllUsersProfile%\ DRM\ emproxy\ RasTls.exe %AllUsersPr...

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16th November 2016

Quickly Lock Your PC

If you work in an office or use a computer in another public place, it’s a good idea to lock the machine if you leave it unattended, so that no one else can access it. To do so, you can create a quick desktop shortcut that immediately locks your PC once clicked. To ...

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16th November 2016

Beware: Microsoft Security Essentials Threat!

Microsoft have had a few stabs at developing their own anti-virus software for Windows. First they developed Windows Defender, then released something called Microsoft Security Essentials. Now, in Windows 10/8.1, they've switched back to Windows Defender, which is built ...

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16th November 2016

Create More Space on Your Taskbar

Windows 10 has the search box built into the taskbar. This has the advantage that you can quickly search for things but a lot of the space on your taskbar is taken up as a result. If you need more space for your program icons and shortcuts, you can shrink the search box or m...

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