Microsoft Win10 compromise! Kaspersky withdrew antitrust lawsuit

Since last year, antivirus software maker Kaspersky’s fight against Microsoft’s free Windows Defender has not stopped, and in the EU, Germany, Russia’s antitrust authorities to use, and now Kaspersky has renounced the complaint, mainly because Microsoft made a compromise, will be in the Win10 autumn creative update system released after the change.   Kaspersky complains […]

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Microsoft will remove many Windows 10 features in the fall creator update

Windows 10 Fall Creator Update is coming soon, will improve Windows 10 accessibility, enhance security, enhance Windows AutoPilot management tools, and Microsoft account recovery. However, there are some existing Windows 10 features will also be deleted or not recommended. Now that Microsoft has released a comprehensive list of these removed and deprecated features, this allows customers and IT […]

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Windows 10 market share continues to grow, XP first fell to below 7%

According to NetMarketShare statistics show that Windows 7 and 10 in the market share has increased, while XP fell to 7% for the first time. Windows 7 market share this month has increased by nearly 1 percentage point, now accounts for 49.46% of the market. Similarly, Windows 10 market share from 26.28% last month rose […]

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Microsoft released security update for Windows XP/Vista

Last month, in view of the wreck of the global WannaCry extortion virus, Microsoft has stopped supporting the Windows XP system released a patch. In this week’s patch Tuesday , Microsoft once again for Windows XP released a variety of security updates, and warned the user is now sponsored by the government sponsored by the network attacks […]

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Microsoft will disable the SMBv1 protocol on the next major update for Windows 10

Microsoft plans to release the next major update for Windows 10, which is codenamed Redstone 3. In this release, Microsoft plans to disable the 30-year-old SMBv1 file sharing protocol. At present, due to compatibility reasons, Microsoft is still in all versions of the Windows operating system by default enabled SMBv1, but the implementation of the SMBv1 protocol loopholes […]

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