Microsoft’s decision to patch Windows XP is a mistake

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 in Internet, Windows

Microsoft officially ended support of the twelve-and-a-half-year-old Windows XP operating system a few weeks ago. Except it apparently didn’t, because the company has included Windows XP in its off-cycle patch to fix an Internet Explorer zero-day that’s receiving some amount of in-the-wild exploitation. The unsupported operating system is, in fact, being supported.

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9 Key New Features Coming to iOS 11

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in Mac / Apple, Technology

Apple announced iOS 11 at its annual developers conference today, revealing details on what changes will come to your iPhone or iPad in the near future. Some of the updates include a new app drawer for finding iMessage apps and stickers, new integrations for Apple Pay, a Siri translation beta, drag-and-drop for iPad, and more.

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Microsoft Reveals for the First Time the Data It Collects in Windows 10

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in Privacy, Technology, Windows

Microsoft turned a new leaf today and published a list of diagnostics data the company will be collecting from users of Windows 10 Creators Update, scheduled for launch next week, on April 11. The list’s publication came as a surprise for all, as Microsoft has been very secretive about the telemetry data Windows 10 collected in the past.

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