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10 Things To Know about Windows 10

10 Things To Know about Windows 10
There were some surprises in Microsoft's announcement about its next operating system update, including that it will be called Windows 10. But Redmond has much more in store for users.
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Windows 10: Built for Business Users
Microsoft on Tuesday took the lid off its much-anticipated Windows 10 operating system. An updated user experience and better security and management functions are at the core of the announcement.
Salesforce Warns of Trojan Malware
A new computer Trojan may be targeting clients of Salesforce.com, the company warned. The malware, known as Dyre or Dyreza, appears to be a variation of the Zeus Trojan.
Patch Tuesday: IE Again Top Priority
IT admins are breathing a collective sigh of relief this month. That’s because Microsoft only released four security bulletins. One, a cumulative patch for Internet Explorer, is rated critical
Microsoft Patch Tuesday Stars IE
Surprise, surprise. Microsoft’s August Patch Tuesday focused heavily on Internet Explorer. Redmond rolled out 29 patches for IE. One plugs a hole that could allow a remote attacker to access a PC over the Web.
Kaspersky Looks Inside 'Epic' Attack
Ongoing cyber-espionage analyzed.
MS Plans Final Windows 8.1 Tweak
Focus shifts to upcoming Windows 9.
Barracuda Secures Microsoft Azure
With updated Web Application Firewall.
Windows 7 Ends Mainstream Support
But extended support still available.
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