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Do I need to install an antivirus in Windows or is Microsoft Defender sufficient?

TOPICS: antivirus, malware, Microsoft, Microsoft Defender, ransomware, spyware, Windows 10

Considering that the Windows 10 operating system comes with Microsoft Defender built-in, many users are wondering whether they need to install another antivirus on their operating system in 2021, with all the updates that the company has introduced over the years. Windows 10 comes with its Defender software at no extra cost. It allows users […]

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Microsoft launches its own tool to recover deleted files

TOPICS: data recovery, deleted files, Microsoft, recovery, recovery software, Windows 10

Microsoft has announced the launch of Windows File Recovery, a new tool that will allow users of its operating system to recover files deleted from the machine they are working with, from an external hard drive and even from SD cards. Windows File Recovery is not an application as such. It is actually a utility […]

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SMBGhost, the security problem for which you must update your Windows 10

TOPICS: exploit, security flaw, Server Message Block, SMBGhost, vulnerability, Windows 10

A vulnerability has re-emerged that had been recorded for three months. In this case it is SMBGhost, an exploit that works as a gateway to the operating system for hackers to access information without restriction. This security flaw in Windows 10 computers has caused the attention of the United States Cybersecurity Agency, who have commented […]

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Windows 10 May 2020 Update is here

TOPICS: accessibility, calculator, Cortana, emojis, notepad, service pack, updates, virtual desktops, Windows 10, Windows Update

The first major Windows 10 update of the year 2020 has just been officially released. This means that it will be progressively distributed to all the users of the system from today and throughout the next days. The Windows 10 May 2020 Update, version 2004, also known as version 20H1, is not considered a “service […]

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The future of Windows 10 is only 64-bit: the steps to make us forget about 32-bit begin

TOPICS: 32-bit, 64-bit, Microsoft, OEM, Windows, Windows 10

The days of choosing between 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 10 are numbered. Microsoft has announced that 32-bit versions will no longer be available to OEMs and developers starting with Windows 10 in its last major update in May 2020, also known as Windows 10 2004. The change is the first step in a long, long […]

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