Category Archives: Microsoft

Squirrel Group Messaging App being tested by Yahoo

admin/ May 4, 2018/ Android, iOS, Mobile, Phone, Smartphones, Windows/ 0 comments

Yahoo looks to be going bonkers. It is thinking to get back in the messaging app game. It looks like Yahoo is trying to do it. They have launched the Squirrel Group Messaging App. The Squirrel Group Messaging App is invite-only currently. There are many messaging apps that we use on our phones currently. We’ll at least have one or

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Windows Defender Compromised due to Microsoft Malware Protection Engine (MMPE) Flaw

admin/ April 7, 2018/ Google, Microsoft, Security, Windows/ 0 comments

Microsoft has now released an Emergency Security Update (ESU) through Windows Update on April 3. It fixes the vulnerability (CVE-2018-0986). Microsoft Malware Protection Engine (MMPE) is affected by this vulnerability. It affects Microsoft Windows Defender MMPE v1.1.14600.4. A main component of Microsoft Antivirus and Antispyware products MMPE is affected. This component is used for malware scanning, malware detection, and malware

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Reddit New Design Gets Major Overhaul in Ages

admin/ April 4, 2018/ Android, Android 6, Android 7, Android 8, Apple, iOS, Microsoft, Mobile, Phone, Smartphones, Windows/ 0 comments

Reddit has been looking the same since many years. It has barely changed from its launch of subreddits in 2008. Reddit is finally overhauling its first redesign. Reddit new design overhaul is available to 1% of the website’s population. The new design overhaul will roll out to other people in the upcoming months. Reddit has been working on its design

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Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts: An Exhaustive Cheat Sheet

admin/ September 2, 2017/ Microsoft, Windows/ 0 comments

After years of extensive and exhaustive keyboard usage, I’ve learned that keyboard shortcuts are the best thing that you can learn.  I’m betting that you would have likely noticed this as well. Microsoft released Windows 10 and many have made the switch. Many people still have not made the switch, and are still using Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows

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