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Windows 10 build 10036 has leaked to the internet

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I’ve been playing with Windows 10 build 10036 for several hours now and can confidently say that I love it. Since this is a pre-release leak, it’s a little buggy but I really like the trajectory where Microsoft is taking

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What Mac OS X and sex have in common

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Both Mac OS X and sex are pleasurable when done right but can give you diseases when enjoyed for illicit purposes. Blunt but true. Once upon a time, dogmatic Mac gurus would gush and gloat over how the Mac was impervious to malware.  Apple aficionados

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One fish, two fish, superfish clones are everywhere

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Maniacal Malware is everywhere and it’s getting worse everyday.

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What is SuperFish?

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Quick, go to https://filippo.io/Badfish/ to see if your Lenovo computer is vulnerable to the Superfish security hole. What the heck is Vonnie talking about here? Here’s the story: between the months of September and December 2014, Lenovo (the biggest maker of consumer

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3 facts you need to know about Windows 10

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Where were you yesterday morning?  Redmond, Washington right? Microsoft lifted the curtain on Windows 10 and you should have been there.  A lot of rumors were squashed.  Here are 3 of the most important facts you need to know about Microsoft’s most

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