Is Windows 10 S a worthy response to Chrome OS? Last Tuesday, Microsoft launched its latest version of Windows 10. Known as Windows 10 S, the S possibly stands for Surface, in relation to its new range of laptops. In our previous blog post, we looked at the launch of Microsoft’s sleek Surface laptops. With […]
Google Chrome 56 released with new security features and bug fixes This month, Google Chrome 56 was released with a host of new features that will please anyone who has experienced slow browsing speeds on previous versions. For users with Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems it will strike a blow to Adobe Flash and, […]
Data leaks spotted on Telegram, though quick response saved users from security leaks Some time ago, your friends may have told you about this off-limits nuclear bunker in the middle of nowhere. Then you find the bunker’s not-so-secret any more due to the brown tourist signs off the arterial road. You dread the day when […]
How Windows’ Activation Troubleshooter may have a familiar ring Who remembers the days of Windows Genuine Advantage? Back in the day (well, 2005 to be exact), it was used to check if your copy of Windows XP was legit. If WGA wasn’t activated, your Windows desktop would turn black. You would also have a speech […]
Microsoft set to kybosh hackable passwords When you check your emails or log in to a social networking site, remembering your password is half the battle. If your choice of password is “123456”, “password” or “starwars”, we at Tabard IT suggest you ought to change your memorable phrase to another one. Like now.