Can’t prevent viruses?
Well, ultimately, you can!
So… There are a couple of different issues that I want to talk about with this question.
One is that there is no single anti-virus or anti-malware product that will absolutely catch every single virus or Trojan or other form of malware that’s out there. There just isn’t.
I have an article on that: “I run anti-virus software. Why do I sometimes still get infected?”
Read more “How Can I Prevent Virus’s?”
Windows 10 was made available to consumers on 29 July 2015, but should you install Windows 10? There are plenty of reasons to embrace Windows 10, not least the fact it it is a free upgrade to users of Windows 7 and 8.1. We explain who should upgrade to the new version of the OS, plus a few things to consider if you’re using older hardware and software. Over 200 million devices run Windows 10, but is it right for you?
Read more “Should I upgrade to Windows 10?”
Microsoft said it would push Windows 10 upgrades onto people’s PCs much harder this year – and Redmond has been true to its word.
Read more “Windows 10 to now automatically download and install on PC’s”
Google is updating VirusTotal, their file scanning utility to check if your system firmware (commonly called BIOS or UEFI) is infected with viruses.
Read more “Google developing a way to detect malware on your system firmware”
New reports are surfacing of Microsoft Edge having a flaw allowing people to retrieve web history of information for users of Microsoft’s Edge browser, even those using InPrivate mode appear to be affected also.
Read more “Microsoft Edge: Not as secure as it seems?”