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Review: Gunmetal Razer Blade Stealth PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 02:28
Gunmetal Razer Blade StealthSince its inception, Razer has been known for its incredible gaming hardware. Not only that, but the attention to detail the company gives to every product rivals Apple and Microsoft. If you look at any accessory, even the Xbox One controllers, the build quality is phenomenal and even surpasses Microsoft’s entry-level accessories. Razer’s gaming laptops are on another level though. The metal is smooth and feels sturdy to the touch. The green logo stands out beautifully in a dimly-lit room. The keyboard changes color in a seamless way which mesmerizes the user. Razer’s machines are a work of art. However, the company has had limited appeal in the past due to their fixation on gaming machines. With the Razer Blade Stealth though, that stereotype has been shattered because this is the perfect device for any mobile professional. The laptop is made out of aluminum and feels smooth to the touch. If you’ve ever felt Apple devices, you’ll know that the company prefers a rougher finish which is prone to scratches and other issues. Well, you’ll be happy to know that the Razer Blade Stealth’s smooth finish also gives it a somewhat scratch-resistant property. We wouldn’t advise putting your keys in the same bag as the Razer Blade Stealth, but you don’t need to constantly worry about putting it in a case as accidentally hitting it against the corner of your table will give it a noticeable gash. Unlike Apple’s laptops, this device won’t scratch unless you purposely take a sharp metal object to it. This is a surprising blessing for people who hardly have the time to constantly protect their devices. Continue the review on OUR FORUM.
 
Microsoft is taking over the enterprise antivirus market PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 March 2018 14:21
windows defenderWriting on their blog, Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Enterprise Mobility + Security at Microsoft revealed that Microsoft ‘s Windows Defender antivirus solutions have been rapidly taking market share in the enterprise, and when it comes to protecting Windows 10 solutions, currently has more than 50% market share in companies both big and small. According to Microsoft’s own numbers, 18% of Windows 7 and Windows 8 devices are using Defender and over 50% of Windows 10 devices are using this built-in solution. Microsoft in part attributes this to a great improvement in the efficacy of Windows Defender, noting a complete rewrite in 2015 has seen the solution become near perfect at blocking infections, both in industry benchmarks and in the wild.Efficacy is of course not the only reason to use Windows Defender, as many other companies perform equally well when blocking malware. Anderson lists the following reasons Windows Defender is dominating on Windows 10. Full details are posted on OUR FORUM.
 
The next update to Google Chrome will block autoplay videos with sound PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Sunday, 25 March 2018 10:10
google chromeGoogle Chrome is, hands-down, the most popular browser with a market share which competitors can only dream of. The nearest competitor in the desktop market is Firefox which has a market share of only 11.5% whereas Google Chrome has a share of about 67.45%. Most of this is because of the simplicity, speed, security, features, extensions, apps, updates and also due to the fact that Google owns the internet.The best part is that Google consistently provides updates which bring new features to Chrome. One of the most annoying things in any web browser is when it plays an autoplay video with sound without giving any clue that the speakers are gonna blow. Google will finally address this issue in the next update by blocking autoplay videos with sound. Google has given three conditions which will automatically play the autoplay video with sound. The first one is that the autoplay media will be played only if it does not play sound by default. The second condition is if the user clicks or interacts with the site. The last condition is  whether the user “has previously shown an interest in media on the site.” This feature was originally planned for Chrome 64 which was launched in January but it got delayed. By the way, the latest version of Chrome is version 65. Follow this on OUR FORUM.
 
Windows 10 is twice as secure as Windows 7 for Home users PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 24 March 2018 17:44
windows 10 safer, more secureMicrosoft always brands Windows 10 as the most secure Windows yet. Statistics were done by analytic companies also come to the same conclusion as is expected since newer operating system means better security. But the real comparison lies in how much more secure is Windows 10 when compared to older versions of Windows 7 and Windows XP. A security report published by Webroot on the malware infections on Windows in 2017 shows some interesting results. Going by the numbers, 63% of all the files were found to be malware in Windows 7 while only 15% were found to be malware on Windows 10. Potentially Unwanted Applications per device on Windows 10 has dropped from 0.06 at the beginning of 2017 to 0.01 by the end of 2017. On taking an average every 100 Windows 10 PCs had 4 malware files while it was double at 8 malware files on 100 Windows 7 PCs. Even then Windows 7 is still the most common operating system used by businesses. At the beginning of 2017, only 20% of known businesses were using Windows 10 but it increased to 32% by the end of 2017 whereas Windows 7 market share for businesses decreased from 62% to 54%. Windows 8 also saw a decrease from 5% to 4%  by December of 2017. Though it is difficult for enterprise companies to migrate completely to Windows 10, they should do it as soon as they can because the longer they stay with Windows 7, the more they are exposed to malware attacks. Follow this at OUR FORUM.
 
Microsoft push Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17128 (RS4) to Fast Ring users PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 23 March 2018 21:13
windows buildMicrosoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview for Insiders on the Fast Ring. Cortana Show Me is a new feature that guides users to Windows 10 settings and allows them to make the needed changes.ShowMicrosoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview for Insiders on the Fast Ring. Cortana Show Me is a new feature that guides users to Windows 10 settings and allows them to make the needed changes. The app is now available for download in the Microsoft Store through this link. In the preview app, Cortana will show you how to change settings step-by-step. In this release, you can launch guides directly from the app homepage, but plans are for future voice entry points. For Insiders, the app is available in English (US and UK) and in German. Microsoft created guides for 15 settings so far but plan to offer more. Build 17128 also removes the watermark, but Microsoft warns this does not mean this is the final build as Microsoft is not done yet. Microsoft is currently in the beginning phase of checking in final code to prepare for the final release. Additionally, Microsoft has also released Build 17127 to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring with the ISO for this build expected early next week. We have the list of improvements posted on OUR FORUM.
 
iOS is now a toxic hellstew PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Thursday, 22 March 2018 17:59
iOS is now a toxic hellstewI like my iOS products, I really do. Do I like them better than my Android products? Hard to say. It used to be a fairly clear-cut kind of thing. I used to be able to say, definitively, that I enjoyed the iOS experience more than the Android experience. Android, as my ZDNet colleague Adrian Kingsley-Hughes has so famously said, is a "toxic hellstew." iOS, due to its proprietary code and completely closed development model, is supposed to be resistant to the types of issues that Android, due to its open source and licensable nature, is commonplace among its various OEM implementations. This is not to say that Android is a bad operating system. Android is an excellent operating system, and it has far more potential in vertical markets than iOS does because it can be altered. As a business mobile platform, I think Android is an absolutely top notch. And Android phones, dollar for dollar, are increasingly better values than their iOS counterparts. Highly competitive Chinese companies like Huawei, ZTE, and OnePlus which have strong vertical integration are continuously demonstrating that. Learn more on OUR FORUM.
 
Microsoft’s foldable Windows 10 Andromeda is also called “Project AND” PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 21 March 2018 21:11

Microsoft’s foldable Windows 10 AndromedaYet more news regarding the Andromeda device (Surface Phone / Journal) pops up and this time confirms the existence of such a device. Microsoft is known for providing code names to devices they are working on. For example, the Xbox One X was called Project Scorpio. Today, WalkingCat has tweeted that Andromeda is also called “Project AND”. Project AND may refer to Andromeda which is obvious but it can also be an abbreviation. AND maybe Adaptive Notebook Device which makes sense as Microsoft is aiming it to be a device which can adapt to different situations.The Andromeda device or the Surface Phone as people like to call it will create a whole new category for mobile computing. Microsoft has always envisioned a portable PC with telephony. A device which can adapt to different situations. A PC which is truly mobile. Microsoft is trying to make the PC more mobile. Microsoft has failed in its attempt to take on Android and iOS with its Windows Phone OS and is now trying to stick to what Microsoft does best and make it more mobile. There is more posted on OUR FORUM.

 
Microsoft proposes using existing commercial aircraft to provide worldwide WiFi PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 March 2018 13:34
flying wifiScientists from Microsoft Research have proposed using existing commercial aircraft flights and air routes to provide worldwide internet coverage at much lower cost than proposed solutions such as Google’s Project Loon (which uses balloons) and Facebook’s Aquila efforts (which uses solar-powered aircraft). They propose using existing license-free WIFI spectrum and WIFI routers on commercial aircraft which already criss-cross the skies to communicate with repeaters on the ground, and believe they can offer at least some internet connectivity to 80% of the population of Africa at low cost and with existing technology. They additionally propose to use the existing  ADS-B signals from planes as a control channel to ensure that there is a strong link from the plane to the ground and that the stations intelligently wake up and associate to the appropriate AP. We have the full story on OUR FORUM.
 
 
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