Upgrade to Windows 10 required soon?
Windows 7 support will end in 2020
Support for Windows 7 will end in 2020. Will upgrading to Windows 10 become mandatory soon? New compulsory compatibility updates for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. could indicate that this could be the case. Find out what’s happening with the new mandatory updates for older versions of Windows here.
Extended support for Skype Classic
Microsoft responds to user protests
Skype 8 has been available since mid-July 2018 and will replace Skype 7 – also known as Skype Classic. The support for the old Skype version should actually be discontinued in early September. But there have been many user protests and now Microsoft have responded to them. Find out what it is all about and […]
Bluetooth vulnerability discovered
Is your Bluetooth connection secure?
After the recent BlueBorne vulnerability, researchers have now uncovered another Bluetooth vulnerability. Millions of devices are affected, including many Apple devices. We will tell you what’s behind the vulnerability in the Bluetooth connection and what kind of protection it offers.
Check Windows 10 version
Is your version of Windows up to date?
As a rule, the operating system automatically does a regular check itself whether a new version is available. Sometimes it cannot find an update though – for various reasons. You can now conveniently check for yourself if your Windows 10 version is current. Find out with us how this works and whether the transition to […]
Happy 1st Birthday Fortnite patch
Fortnite’s anniversary patch is here
It’s hard to believe, but it has actually been one whole year since the original Fortnite: Save the World was launched. To celebrate this milestone, Epic Games is celebrating with new birthday-themed activities and challenges with their new anniversary Fortnite patch.
Upgrade or new device?
For PC and laptop
It’s a well known fact that if you buy a new car, as soon as you drive it off the forecourt, it has depreciated thousands of pounds. Similar things are said about PCs, notebooks, tablets, smartphones etc. The minute you get them home, the market offers even more powerful graphics cards, RAMs with far greater capacity […]
Google search tips
Search Google correctly for better search results
Is there a right or wrong way of Googling? Maybe it’s not as simple as that. But the fact is – We sometimes waste a great deal of time with filtering out irrelevant search results and “go on searching” the Google results in list until we finally find what we were looking for. Today we […]
Digital power guzzlers
Save electricity with computers and other devices
Whether it’s smartphone or tablet, smart speakers or computer and laptops, many electronic devices are always in standby and are always ready for use. But is that why they use up so much electricity? You can find out from us which devices you can save electricity with if you completely disconnect them from the electricity […]
New Rapid Ransomware
Encryption Trojan invades permanently
The topic of annoying Trojans keeps coming up. Again and again we have reported about new, nasty ransomware that spreads and causes a lot of damage. The new threat is called Rapid Ransomware. If you are thinking It won’t affect me’ then you should read on. Rapid Ransomware is one to be very aware […]