Windows 10 offers many customization options, but they are either difficult to access or require tinkering with Windows registry. Thankfully, there are many third-party tools that can make it easier to customize Windows 10 with just few clicks.
Windows has hundreds of built-in tools and functions that make everyday tasks easier. However, most of these tools are hard to find and use effectively. In fact it is quite common for users to opt for third-party apps when in fact there are plenty of good apps that are hiding inside their Windows OS.
Researchers have found two critical security flaws in Quicktime for Windows. Apple is killing Quicktime, so no more security updates will be released.
Hackers are nothing if not persistent. Where others see obstacles and quit, hackers brute-force their way through barriers or find ways to game or bypass them. And they’ll patiently invest weeks and months devising new methods to do so.
One of the first Windows 10 features we learned about was the return of the Start menu, which is sort of funny, since the concept of the Start menu is over two decades old. Microsoft tried to replace it with the Start screen in Windows 8, and you only have to look at the adoption numbers to see how most consumers and businesses felt about it.