Just 2 days before, I found a solution for a Windows reporting file being used by a Trojan virus. And now you can’t even trust a MS security patch!
‘Microsoft announced last night that it has stopped pushing a security update originally released on Patch Tuesday because the fix is causing some PCs to blue screen. Microsoft recommends users uninstall the patch, which is also causing compatibility with some endpoint security software…’
A Radio-free Zone
A totally green haven for electro-alergics
‘For most people, Virginia and West Virginia’s National Radio Quiet Zone is a place to generally avoid: within its 13,000 square mile territory, Wi-Fi, cell service, and most other broadcast technology is banned to minimize interference with nearby radio telescopes and Navy radio receivers. But for a small group of people who believe they are hurt by radio frequencies, it’s one of the only places they can live a normal life. At Slate, Joseph Stromberg takes a look at the lives of people suffering from what they call electromagnetic hypersensitivity, a condition that’s thought to be psychogenic but gives sufferers headaches, chest pains, or irregular heartbeats in the presence of electronics…’
Tech group representing Google, Yahoo backs CISPA
Google, Yahoo Hint at supporting CISPA. Imagine what will they do to activist enterpreneurs with online business.
Why I Still Use Windows 7
After a Year of Trying to Like Windows 8
‘Have you upgraded to Windows 8 yet? We’ve published a lot of Windows 8 articles here at How-To Geek, and I’ve written many of them, but I haven’t. I still use Windows 7 on my PC.
‘This is just one geek’s opinion. I’ve been playing with Windows 8 for much longer than most people. It has been about a year since I wrote my first Windows 8 articles (using a prerelease) here at How-To Geek.
‘Mark has already written about how he learned to love Windows 8, so I thought I’d chime in with my own experience. I tried hard to love Windows 8, but I just can’t make it work…’