Microsoft recently did a surprising overhaul on its web browser that it's adopted its competitor's platform. What the future holds ahead is still yet to be seen. But one thing is right is that Microsoft now can focus on other things that make sense for the software giant.
Looks like folding phones are not the only great thing that user's should be aware of. The next great things to these phones are now foldable laptop.
Now I am almost sure that this product is going to change the future of laptops forever.
Looks like the new Edge browser is running on the Chrome platform and Microsoft is now cautioning user's not to open Edge with administrative privileges.
It not only causes security concerns but prevents problems with browser performance.
Looks like the new generation of USB will get the user's more confused when it comes to branding. I just don't understand why they couldn't make things so simple for everyone to understand. Instead they're just going to confuse everyone.
Looks like Facebook is getting ready to launch its payment system and it's could just change the way we pay for things. The project is still in the works and it's only a matter of time before it goes live and starts competing against rival payment companies.
Google now lets you auto-delete your app activity, location and web history. I guess they realized it that it's only a matter of time before consumers change their minds on how they are being tracked with Google, that they are now painlessly making it simple moving forward. Good to hear something good about online privacy.
Looks like the so-called new technology on expiring passwords are no longer secure. So does this mean that the technology is dead?
Yes, after careful consideration, this out of date method is not secure anymore and they recommend you change your password every 90 days so that your account is always protected.
Looks like Facebook still cannot be trusted and you should check if they did upload your contact and call history onto your profile.
It's stuff like this that they keep on getting in trouble for and from the looks of it there is no end unless you just close out your account.
Looks like some hacker is getting into the GPS software's of vehicles and killing the car's engine. It's unfortunate that manufacturers are not taking serious patching up their GPS software security problems.
Pretty cool site showing the life expectancy of people throughout the United States. And if you look closely you'll notice that no matter where you are at, you will most likely live life to the normal life expectancy age in your area.
Here is some great information on RDP for Windows Home users. It is possible to install RDP on Windows Home computer even though the application is blocked. There is a software called RDP Wrapper that lets you run the software similar to the regular software.
This is the option setting for businesses who have special devices with Windows 10 and do not need major changes on their devices because it's an out of the ordinary component. These devices are not available for consumers so it is important that they are updated differently. Ex. MRI, CAT scans, air traffic control devices and so on.