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Windows 8: The main disappointment of the year

Experts of technological institutions consider the new version of the Windows operating system failure. Publication CIO Journal decided to conduct a survey of users about the new operating system Windows 8, in order to find out whether they are satisfied with the innovative edition. According to the respondents, Windows 8 has attracted more attention than(…)

Experts: Many users can continue to use Windows XP after the cessation of its support

Analysts believe that if Microsoft will not release an update for Windows XP, and users will continue to work with it, it can lead to a global crisis in the field of technology. Many experts doubt that Microsoft will stop supporting the operating system Windows XP. Recall that this time Microsoft will no longer issue(…)

Microsoft Windows 8 shows error 0xC004C4AA

When you try to illegally obtain a legitimate version of Microsoft Windows 8 shows error code 0xC004C4AA. Microsoft has removed the opportunity to get a legitimate version of Windows 8 with false activation through KMS (key management system) and update via Windows Media Center. Recall that this method is required to install Windows 8 using(…)

Update WP8 Apollo + will also support GIF and WAV

Reportedly, Microsoft is preparing a release of updates for smartphones running Windows Phone 8, which could be code named Apollo + or Portico. Previous rumors indicated that the version of the OS can run a VPN (which is important for corporate users), fixes for Wi-Fi connections, and various other improvements. According to the recent report of the(…)

December issue patches for Windows will contain seven bulletins

According to preliminary reports, Microsoft will release as many as five “critical” bulletins for their products. According to the post of developers Microsoft, December 11 this year, the software giant will release seven security bulletins containing fixes for vulnerabilities in software products. With five notifications that are assessed by experts as “critical.” “Five bulletins include(…)

Universal USB Installer 1.9.1.7: Create bootable USB Flash Drives

New version of Universal-USB-Installer – Checker, which is designed to create a bootable flash drives. After starting The letter, which is currently pegged stick. Then select the name of the assembly for Linux, which is to be written to the media. List available for copying to USB-drive assemblies, Linux sorted by category – base assembly(…)

Anyone can get a free version of a legitimate Windows 8

In Windows 8 activation system is vulnerable, which replaces a false activation key for validity. The system authentication Windows 8 discovered a vulnerability that allows for free to get activated version of the operating system. By false activation through KMS (key management system) and update via Windows Media Center, any user can get a “legitimate”(…)

Flash Player update will be synchronized with security updates from Microsoft

Adobe will be releasing an update for Flash Player on the second Tuesday of the month, as the corporation Microsoft. According to Computerworld, Adobe has made a change in the release schedule updates for Flash Player and synchronize it with the release of Microsoft Security Bulletin on the second Tuesday of the month. «Microsoft and(…)

Windows today celebrates the 27th anniversary

In 1985, a prototype operating system, which has become by far the most popular product among users. Exactly 27 years ago – November 20, 1985 – Microsoft Corp. today introduced the first version of Windows, the following modifications which today are the most popular operating system for personal computers in the world. It should be(…)

Apple is seeking a ban on the sale of Jelly Bean devices

According to lawyers of the American corporation, Jelly Bean is violating its patents for the use of the stylus. According to the news agency Bloomberg, corporation lawyers Apple said in court that the smartphone Galaxy Note 10.1 of Samsung Electronics violates patents American corporation. The announcement was made ??yesterday in federal court in San Diego,(…)