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The new update of Windows 10 disables mobile devices

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment June 2, 2017

Microsoft accidentally published a new build of Windows 10 for PCs and mobile devices. As it turned out, the update incapacitates smartphones and tablets, triggering an infinite loop of reboots. Build 16212 is not intended for release, but mistakenly been sent to insiders, and even some users are not taking part in the Windows Insider […]

Windows 8.1 Can Be Crash By a Simple File Naming Bug

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment May 30, 2017

In a blast from the past, a European researcher has uncovered an easy bug in the NTFS file system that constantly crashed Windows Vista to 8. 1 PCs. Like the notorious Windows 95/98 /con/con bug, by entering a record name with “$MFT” the file-system bug locks up Windows best case situation or dumps it into […]

Wanna-Cry Ransomware Hit Windows 7

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment May 30, 2017

The most machines hit by the WannaCry ransomware worm in the cyber-attack earlier in may were running Windows 7, security organizations suggest. Much more than 97% of the infections seen by Kaspersky Lab and 66% of those seen by BitSight used the older software. WannaCry started spreading in mid-May and, so much, has infected more […]

How to maximize our Laptop’s battery Life?

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 3, 2017

Laptop manufacturer gives a lot of time of their device driver for Windows battery life.  Linux performs same as well as windows on the same hardware but it is not necessary to have as much battery life. Linux is much better when we using a laptop. But still, we have to do something to improve […]

Intel touts bug rewards to hardware hackers:

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment March 21, 2017

Web page and Intel Security (McAfee) products excluded from ‘Wild West’ payouts scheme. Intel has launched its first bug reward program, offering rewards of up to $30, 000. The processor chip maker has partnered with specialist bug reward costume HackerOne to make a scheme that aims to encourage hackers to search for a defect in […]

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