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Blue Screen On Windows 11 Could Be Audio Driver Issue

Blue Screen On Windows 11 Could Be Audio Driver Issue

Sometimes the development process is smooth and sometimes it's not so smooth. Right now Windows 11's development is falling into that latter category. Recently Windows Engineers announced a serious issue plaguing the OS. The culprit was compatibility between the new...

YouTube Will Start Hiding Dislike Counts From Public

YouTube Will Start Hiding Dislike Counts From Public

Some months back YouTube announced that it would begin experimenting with the notion of hiding the number of down votes or dislikes that displayed content receives. At present for most of the content on the platform the number of "thumbs down" votes is displayed...

You Can Now Easily Block Users in Spotify

You Can Now Easily Block Users in Spotify

Are you a Spotify user? Have you found yourself wanting or needing to block another user? Until recently if you found yourself in that situation you had no choice but to contact customer support and have them block the user for you. Apparently it's become a big enough...

Twitter Will No Longer Auto-Crop Photos On The Web

Twitter Will No Longer Auto-Crop Photos On The Web

Twitter hasn't had a very good relationship with auto-cropping. Images just haven't historically displayed very well on the platform. Fortunately that is soon changing. The company recently announced that it is dropping crop on the web altogether on both its Android...

Most Bait Phishing Attacks Target Gmail Accounts

Most Bait Phishing Attacks Target Gmail Accounts

A new report by Barracuda was recently published. It revealed that the vast majority of baiting email attacks conducted this year were done via G-mail accounts. The firm surveyed 10,500 different organizations and found that more than a third (35 percent) of them...

Legacy Contacts Shares Data From Those Who Have Passed

Legacy Contacts Shares Data From Those Who Have Passed

The internet has been around for a while at this point and it has brought to mind an issue we've never had to deal with until now. What happens to your digital "stuff" when you die? Does it just go away? Does it simply become inaccessible? In the here and now the...

Twitter Rolls Out New Paid Plan Called Twitter Blue

Twitter Rolls Out New Paid Plan Called Twitter Blue

One of the things that has allowed social media platforms to grow so quickly and utterly dominate the internet is the fact that they're free to use. They're not completely free however because users are required to give up a lot of personal information. The bottom...

Update Microsoft Exchange Server For Important Security Patch

Update Microsoft Exchange Server For Important Security Patch

If you use Exchange Server to handle your company's email then you're probably already aware that a critical security flaw has been discovered that puts the server at risk. The issue is being tracked as CVE-2021-42321 and impacts both Exchange Server 2016 and 2019....

Linux Users Are Getting Some Security Help From Microsoft

Linux Users Are Getting Some Security Help From Microsoft

Open-source applications don't get much in the way of protection. However in recent years Microsoft has taken steps to change that and especially as it relates to Linux. A few months back the company expanded those protections by adding endpoint detection and response...

Firefox Is Now A Download Option In Windows Store

Firefox Is Now A Download Option In Windows Store

If you spend a lot of time browsing the Windows Store you may have noticed something unexpected. You can now download Mozilla's Firefox browser from that source. Previously Mozilla was unable to upload its browser to the Windows Store because Microsoft's policies...

Facebook Will End Facial Recognition Program

Facebook Will End Facial Recognition Program

Facebook has seen no end of trouble lately and has been called before Congress multiple times over the past year to explain themselves and their policies. This is all happening as the US tries desperately to stem the unending tide of mis-information and...

Microsoft Excel Adding Useful Features For Developers

Microsoft Excel Adding Useful Features For Developers

There's great news in your immediate future if you're one of the legions of Excel users. Recently Microsoft made some behind the scenes changes to the venerable spreadsheet application that allows developers to code their own custom data types for use inside the...

Microsoft Windows 7 And 8 OneDrive Support Is Ending

Microsoft Windows 7 And 8 OneDrive Support Is Ending

Are you a OneDrive user running Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1? If so be aware that on January 1st, 2022 your OneDrive desktop application will reach end of support. The company offered the following by way of explanation: "In order to focus resources on new...

AI Comes To Microsoft Office Products

AI Comes To Microsoft Office Products

The folks of Microsoft have been busy quietly making improvements to their venerable MS Office Suite. Recently Excel got some intriguing updates that expanded the number of data types cells could accept. That is with a bit of programmatic help of course. At this...

Major Data Breach At Robinhood Is Affecting Millions

Major Data Breach At Robinhood Is Affecting Millions

Do you buy stocks via the no-cost RobinHood platform? If so be advised that the company has recently disclosed a massive data breach estimated to impact more than seven million customers. The attack against RobinHood's networks occurred on November 3rd. It happened...

Windows 10 Update Includes PC Health Check For Users

Windows 10 Update Includes PC Health Check For Users

If you're one of the legions of Windows 10 users you may have recently noticed a new application on your machine. Rest assured that you didn't get infected with some type of malware. The new app is part of a Windows 10 update. Specifically KB5005463. If your system is...

New Android Malware Wreaks Havoc For Some Users

New Android Malware Wreaks Havoc For Some Users

There's a nasty new strain of malware you need to be aware of that targets Android devices. Don't let the funny name fool you because AbstractEmu is a serious threat. Not only will it root an infected device but it will allow the controller of the malware to take...

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