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Latest Windows 10 Update Fixes SSD Defrag Issue

Do you have a solid- state drive (SSD)? If so, you're probably aware that recent builds of Windows 10 have introduced an unexpected issue. It causes the automatic maintenance feature of the OS to kick in and defragment SSDs much more frequently than they should be,...

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Intel AMT Releases Security Update For Some Processors

Recently, Intel released a very important update designed to address nine separate security flaws in their chipsets as part of their September 2020 Platform Update. Of the flaws addressed by this fix, one of them is a critical issue revolving around the company's...

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Hackers Used Windows Theme Packs To Hack Passwords

Are you a fan of customizing your Windows experience via themes? If so, you're not alone. While it's true that themes aren't used by a majority of Windows users, they're still highly popular. If you're creating your own themes, you don't have anything to worry about....

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Features Of The New Android 11 Phone

If you're an Android user and you're interested in getting the latest on offer from the company, Google has announced that they're ready to release Android 11 to the general public. As you read these words, the new OS should already be available for Google's Pixel...

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Some NAS Devices Are Being Exploited By Remote Hackers

Do you have any network-attached storage (NAS) devices attached to your home or corporate network? If so, be advised that they've become the new favorite inroad for hackers around the world. According to a report recently published by researchers at 360 Netlab,...

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