Windows 8 Blue Screen Of Death – How To Uninstall A Windows8 Update
Dec15

Windows 8 Blue Screen Of Death – How To Uninstall A Windows8 Update

This is a quick tutorial on how to uninstall a Windows 8 update if you’re having an issue with annoying BSOD (blue screen of death) crashes after doing an automatic update. I had to do this with security update KB2778344 after experiencing 5 to 6 crashes per day after allowing the automatic update to install. I have two ASUS X55U laptops with the AMD Radeon HD6290 graphics chip and was still experiencing the BSOD issues until I...

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File wintool.exe information
Dec11

File wintool.exe information

Should I remove Wintool.exe? Wintool.exe is an executable file that starts a certain process or launches a program on the computer. Though the regular users may consider it a legitimate and important Windows program, in fact, wintool.exe is not a part of the Windows OS setup. More importantly, malware developers often use this executable to disguise their malicious products and sneak them into the computers easier. Then, this...

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Windows 10 “Home Hub” feature will take on Amazon Echo and more
Dec08

Windows 10 “Home Hub” feature will take on Amazon Echo and more

  Microsoft is going to make the Windows 10 PC a more family-focused device, taking on Amazon’s Echo and Google Home as it does, according to the latest reports and rumors about forthcoming features. The story starts with Twitter user Walking Cat poking around preview builds and finding reference to a feature named Home Hub, which appears to take the multi-user features of Windows 10 in a new direction. In addition to...

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What is Windows Defender Prevented Malicious Software Tech Support Scam?
Dec06

What is Windows Defender Prevented Malicious Software Tech Support Scam?

Reasons why you should not trust “Windows Defender Prevented Malicious Software” alerts Windows Defender Prevented Malicious...

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Microsoft Gives Businesses All-Clear For Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Dec04

Microsoft Gives Businesses All-Clear For Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Over the summer, Microsoft began pushing out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to consumer PCs (and the Xbox One). While Regular Joes might not mind putting up with bleeding edge software and a few bugs here and there, businesses and those that use Windows 10 in mission critical situations aren’t very keen on taking chances with new updates. Thankfully, Microsoft has just declared that after months of testing by its various...

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Windows 10 Security Test

Windows 10 Security Test Does Windows 10 need an...

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