Flash is pretty much the biggest culprit as far PC security is concerned, even with Adobe trying to keep up with patches. This Windows 10 tutorial will show you how to check for when an update is available. You will need to open Control Panel for this. 1. Go to Control Panel. 2. Make sure you are in the Icons...

Microsoft looks all set to release its next flagship, an imaging flagship, in the form of Lumia 1030. The anticipated handset has been in headlines these past few weeks. In fact, it just leaked in the form of some photos that were published from China. However, while the follow up to the popular Lumia 1020 looks good...

It is never a bad sight to see companies (particularly large ones) listening to user feedback and adjusting accordingly. And this new resurgent Redmond is lightening quick to adjust. During the development of its latest operating system Microsoft announced that it was working closely with Adobe to put in Flash support...

Windows 8 came with some major changes, and one of the things that were altered was how the new operating system’s Modern UI and Windows RT worked with Flash content. In order to keep users safe from vulnerabilities discovered in the Flash software, Microsoft manually approves new websites for Windows 8 and Internet...

A few weeks ago, Microsoft launched Windows 8 Release Preview. One of the improvements in Release Preview from Consumer Preview was the support of flash in IE10. Now, Microsoft have come up with a detailed post on the Official IE blog about the support of flash in IE 10. Microsoft integrated flash in such a way that...

It gets interesting. IE 10 will apparently support Adobe’s Flash in Windows 8. This from Arstechnica: In Windows 8, Microsoft’s browser will come in two guises. There will be the traditional desktop browser, with its full support of plugins and extensions, and there will be the new Metro-style browser that will be...

In today’s world portability is everything. We have seen the major evolution of PDAs into tablets and smartphones and even laptops into netbooks and ultra-thin notebooks. Even the way we save things has gotten more and more portable. In the 80s we had large 5 ½-floppy drives and tape drives as standard for mobile...

Never bet against Steve Jobs. Flash is dead – Long live HTML5! In an official announcement, Adobe’s official announcement, Danny Winokur, Adobe’s VP and general manager of interactive development, wrote: “HTML5 is now universally supported on major mobile devices, in some cases exclusively. This makes HTML5 the best...

These days Windows installation is much quicker than it was back in the Windows 98 era. This is in part due to improvements in hard drive read times and even the speed of your DVD drive; nonetheless it still can take about forty minutes or more. Does this have to be the case? For those of us that have moved forward...