One of the basic premises of computer security for individual users is to have a good security suite or solution, commonly known as antivirus software. With the increasing number of malware threats such as adware, ransomware, phishing, crapware, and more, it is essential to take extra precautions.
Microsoft said goodbye to Cortana. The tech giant confirmed that it will stop supporting Cortana on Windows 10 and Windows 11 versions by the end of this year.
Lowering your guard in cybersecurity is one of the mistakes that an average user should never make. News about the emergence of new ways to infect computers are frequent, and when facing threats like QBot, it is crucial to be cautious.
Windows 12 will be the long-awaited update to fully integrate Android into the Microsoft operating system. An update to the Windows subsystem for Android has been released, bringing several significant improvements for its use.
They will be the only RTX cards that many people can afford, but it seems like we are taking a step down compared to the previous generation.
Rumors suggest that at the upcoming WWDC 2023, which will be held next month, we will see new Macs powered by Apple's M2 chips. However, while these computers are presumably on their way, Cupertino is already working on the next evolution of its ambitious silicon project.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has unveiled a new processor developed by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and the University of Bologna in Italy. This processor has been designed for space exploration and does not require any cooling system.
If there's one thing German manufacturer be quiet! is famous for, it's the quality of its power supplies, and this time they're going all out with new models from their TOP power supply family.
If you're someone who feels more at ease with having all the Windows updates at maximum speed, Microsoft has good news for you. In the latest version issued for its operating system, a new option has been incorporated to ensure that your operating system is always up-to-date.
In the world of monitors, advancements are usually associated with gaming, but Philips has just surprised us with the Philips 24B1D56000, a unique monitor that has an electronic ink screen attached to its right side.