A light month of Windows updates means we can focus on applications that need patching.
After last month’s heavy load of updates, we could use a break! But we also need to worry about what we’re not patching, not just what we are patching.
A recent blog by the Microsoft Malware Protection Center reported that attacks on Java code far exceeded Adobe exploits in 2010.
In light of this finding, it’s time to review your PC for any unneeded or out-of-date versions of Oracle’s OS.
Sometimes, what seems to be a networking problem is actually caused by the actions of a totally different PC subsystem.
By making simple adjustments to that second system, you can often resolve the networking problem.
Most of us are all too familiar with the funny and somewhat obnoxious PC-vs.-Apple commercials. But back in the 1980s, Compaq took a more indirect but just as humorous swipe at the competition — IBM. Starring the famous and hilarious John Cleese, Compaq’s new portable computer is put up against a … 22-pound fish!
Sometimes the best application is not the one with the most bells and whistles — it’s the one that does the job with minimal fuss.
Lounge member Dick Moores is helping out a friend who’s migrating to Windows 7 but may find Outlook more than is needed. Dick raises the question of what’s the best, simple e-mail client, and gets a passel of opinions.
On October 22, Microsoft pulled the plug on sales of Windows XP, ending the operating system’s spectacular nine-year run.
With no new copies being sold, support for XP will start to decline. Fortunately, XP’s long run has produced a ton of collected wisdom: everything you need to keep your copy going strong and — when ready — to help you move on.