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Best Antivirus For Windows 10 Business Users

The folks over at AV-TEST are at it again. The independent German security institute has performed a new study to determine the best antivirus for Windows 10 business users. And the enterprise results have almost no surprises,

Best Windows 10 Antivirus For Home Users

Microsoft has made Windows Defender a strong contender for top notch security on its OS, but there are a few other excellent Windows 10 antivirus programs available for home users. Which have been carefully compiled by the

Windows Security To Debut In Redstone 5

If you were wondering when the next name change is coming from Microsoft, it’s here. The company has announced the Windows Security will make its debut with the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 5. The new update that’s

Microsoft Antivirus Programs Now Offer Top Security

Who’d have imagined! There were days when Microsoft antivirus products like Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender used to fail the majority of security tests. So much so that they were mostly considered base level protection, the

Windows 10 Twice As Safe As Windows 7

Microsoft never wastes a chance talking about just how secure its latest OS is, but another study has revealed that Windows 10 is pretty much twice as safe as Windows 7. For home users, that is. Redmond

Microsoft Announces Windows Server 2019

So, we are getting a 2019 version, then! Microsoft has officially unveiled Windows Server 2019, alongside making the first preview of this server variant of its OS available for download. As announced, Windows Server 2019 is seeing

Windows Defender Now Protects Against Cryptocurrency Mining

The miners are running amok! Microsoft is here with some new research showing just how much of a concern cryptocurrency mining has become lately. And how Windows 10 protects against it. Or Windows Defender, rather. As Redmond

Microsoft Fixing Meltdown, Spectre On Windows

The technology world was shaken to its very core at the start of 2018, pun always intended, as two big new vulnerabilities named Meltdown and Spectre were made public. The former is being called one of the

The Password Is Dead, Says Microsoft

Starting to sound like a broken record here, as Microsoft has exclaimed this a couple of times before, but Redmond is adamant that password, as we know it, is already a thing of the past. Time to

Windows XP ATMs Being Hacked Simply By Pressing Shift Key

Windows XP is probably the worst operating system to power an ATM, considering the fact Microsoft has now retired it, several vulnerabilities are floating around for it, with no new updates in sight. And yet, many banks