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Microsoft Launches Windows 10

Microsoft launches windows 10.. Technical preview is available to download. It’s recommended that you don’t download it on your primary home or business PC. You may face following problems: unexpected PC crash, download errors, corrupted downloads, BIOS settings, UEFI settings, making USB sticks bootable or crashing installations. 164 more words

Launching Of Windows 10

CVE-2014-6352: Critical Vulnerability in Microsoft Windows

Critical Vulnerability: Remote Code Execution in Microsoft Windows

Microsoft warns users about 0-day attacks via PowerPoint OLE objects. Hackers are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Windows. 205 more words

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Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with a Notification Center

Microsoft released its first Windows 10 Technical Preview just three weeks ago and the software maker is now ready to issue a fresh update. If you’re already testing Windows 10 then a new preview build (9860) is available from the update and recovery section of PC settings. 449 more words

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Microsoft identifies PowerPoint security flaw that leaves all Windows versions vulnerable

Microsoft’s “Security Response Center” today highlighted a new PowerPoint bug that affects all supported versions of the Windows operating system (save for Windows Server 2003). But fear not: Microsoft has a temporary solution to the problem. 148 more words

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Upcoming Game "Hatred" Creates an Uproar

Remember the days where Mortal Kombat and Night Trap caused an uproar? It might be coming back after this game releases. 280 more words

Gaming

.Net Training at Bacademy

.NET Framework (pronounced dot net) is a software framework developed by Microsoft that runs primarily on Microsoft Windows. It includes a large class library known as Framework Class Library (FCL) and provides language interoperability (each language can use code written in other languages) across several programming languages. 152 more words

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Get BitLocker Recovery From Active Directory with Powershell

At the company I currently work for we’ve been using BitLocker since Vista (although Vista install base was rather small). Having moved from another “Pretty Good” Disk encryption technology, one thing we struggled with was Recovery information. 1,018 more words

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