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Microsoft has pulled the links to its August update for Windows 8.1 and recommends that users uninstall it. If you've already downloaded the updates, however, there is a fix.
A report from ZDnet says Microsoft is almost ready to make the shift away from Windows 8.
The flaws could allow attackers to access data stored on BlackBerry phones or sensitive credentials logged on servers
The security patches released by Adobe include one affecting Adobe Reader that's being exploited by attackers.
The Windows 9 reports keep filing in and boy oh boy does this upcoming release sound the like modern OS Windows fans have been waiting for.
Exploit code for the flaws was released Tuesday
The August update will include improvements to the touchpad and Micracast support, which will be quietly rolled out to Windows PC owners. Microsoft has also abandoned its strategy of major milestone updates.
The vulnerability affects the OSPF routing protocol implementation on Cisco networking equipment
The tale is akin to what happened when Microsoft ended Windows XP support, which lead to PC upgrades
Red Hat wants Linux for ARM servers to avoid the fragmentation that plagued Unix in decades past
A Microsoft boss rushed to reaffirm the company's commitment to Xbox Music and Video after comments from CEO Satya Nadella had people wondering if the services were destined for the dead pool.
It's not here yet, but recent leaks have given us another look at the refreshed Start menu for Windows due in 2015.
Attackers could exploit the flaw to steal information from the databases of websites running vBulletin 5