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With the word dot we refer to the @ symbol that accompanies each email address. What is the history of @ and how do they call it to other countries? In 1972, Raymond Samuel Tomlinson, programmer by profession, sent the first email, now known as the email using the @ symbol to show the location of the recipient.
Rather than delete your entire browsing history after visiting a website you want to keep secret, there’s an easy way to remove individual sites.
The latest tidbit of news coming from the Windows rumor mill is that Microsoft plans to release a preview version of Windows 9 "Threshold" on February 3, 2015. There's no indication that this will be a developer preview or a public one, but given that Windows 9 is expected to ship in April 2015, the latter option seems more likely.
The first Ivy Bridge, forerunner of the third-generation Core processors, is changing the scenery again. The "Ivy Bridge" Core i7-3770K is officially launched and is the world's first processor manufactured on 22nm. It has lower power consumption, improved architecture and powerful graphics circuitry.This is a much bigger step than we expected, and not a simple transfer of Sandy Bridge in less lithography.
Microsoft states that the 50Hz judder on the Xbox One's HDMI input will finally be resolved in the console's next Spring update... Microsoft has promised that it will release a fix for the HDMI passthrough judder issue suffered by UK and international Xbox One owners "in just a matter of weeks", finally bringing smooth TV viewing to the console outside the US.
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    TrueCrypt, the popular open-source encryption program, on Wednesday unexpectedly recommended that users drop its product and shift to Microsoft’s Bitlocker.

    TrueCrypt’s Web page redirected itself to a SourceForge repository, which carried the following warning...

    Published in Security
    Sunday, 01 June 2014 00:00

    Save your Word configurations

    When some users set up Microsoft Word the way they like. Then, suddenly, everything went back to the default settings. Can they get their old settings back? Or at least protect them in the future?

    Microsoft Word is a wonderfully configurable tool. You can set a default font and give every new document your preferred margins.

    Published in How To

    Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April, but a simple registry hack lets users continue to get security updates.

    The hack, as reported by ZDNet, fools Microsoft into thinking the system is running Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, a variant of XP that's used by ATMs and cash registers. Those systems will keep getting security updates until 2019.

    Published in How To

    China is banning Windows 8 devices from at least some government IT purchases, in a mysterious move that took Microsoft off guard.

    The ban came from China’s Central Government Procurement Center, which posted a brief notice last Friday on new requirements for government tenders.

    Published in Security

    Microsoft is rumored to be planning to release Windows 8.1 Update 2 on September 9, according to various reports.

    The date coincides with the company's September Patch Tuesday, which will include a variety of fixes for bugs and vulnerabilities in its software, except, of course, the outdated Windows XP.

    Published in Microsoft

    The latest tidbit of news coming from the Windows rumor mill is that Microsoft plans to release a preview version of Windows 9 "Threshold" on February 3, 2015.

    There's no indication that this will be a developer preview or a public one, but given that Windows 9 is expected to ship in April 2015, the latter option seems more likely.

    Published in Microsoft

    For the latest round of Microsoft’s monthly collection of software patches, the company has fixed critical issues in Internet Explorer (IE) and Windows that have already been used by malicious attackers to compromised systems.

    It is the software that Microsoft has not patched this month that is probably of greatest interest to attackers.

    Published in Security

    A three-fold increase in Microsoft Windows computers infected with malicious software in late 2013 came from an application that was for some time classified as harmless by security companies.

    The finding comes as part of Microsoft’s latest biannual Security Intelligence Report (SIR), released on Wednesday, which studies security issues encountered by more than 800 million computers using its security tools.

    Published in Security

    A lot of users hate their new Windows 8 PC and wonder if they can replace the operating system with Windows 7.

    You may or may not be able to install Windows 7 on your particular Windows 8 PC. A lot of that depends on the hardware. And, of course, you’ll have to buy a new copy of Windows 7.

    Published in Microsoft

    The Windows 8.1 Update goes public started last month, promising all kinds of new features for traditional PC users.

    One thing it won’t bring is the new Start menu that Microsoft recently debuted—that’s due in a later update in the coming months.

    Published in How To
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