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If you’re excited about installing macOS Ventura onto your Mac, you certainly are not alone. The official release date for macOS Ventura is Monday, October 24, so whether you’re going to jump right into the software update the moment it’s available, or wait a bit, is entirely up to you. Whichever you choose, you’ll probably want to take a few moments to get your Mac ready for installing macOS Ventura 13.Let’s take a look at some tips and considerations for installing macOS Ventura. 🍎🍎 Full Article 🍎🍎
World password day is this week and we’ve decided to make a tier list highlighting popular movies/TV and the passwords they used in the theatrical release. Check out our Tier Maker templateNow, before you get upset that your favorite movie doesn’t rank high enough or there is no movie in an S tier rank, let’s talk about the ranking methodology. I want to preface this with the fact that with 4x2080ti GPUs you can crack 15 characters in 15 hours (almost 3 years ago) so this alone kills anything below A tier. Also, almost every movie here (or at all) doesn’t have computer terminal interface that allows uppercase/lowercase so we had to ignore that factor when grading. F Tier → <=8 characters, No special characters, ONLY numbers or ONLY letters, repetitive, sequential or VERY easy to guess [0000, 1234, password, football] D Tier → <= 8 characters, No special characters, ONLY numbers or ONLY letters. C Tier → <=8 characters, can include special characters, MUST include numbers an
by: Jamie Cuevas If you want to optimize app performance on an Apple Silicon Mac, you’ll want to be sure you’re running universal apps or apps built for Apple Silicon. And perhaps you’re just curious about which apps you have are still running Intel code on a newer Apple Silicon Mac. It’s easy to determine which apps continue to use Intel code on an M1/M2 Mac, so let’s check that out. ★★ Full Article ★★
Intel is placing some bets that the [url=http://www.neowin.net/news/lenovo-erazer-x700-gaming-desktop-pc-review#comments]desktop PC[/url] isn't dead yet by announcing plans to release new processors made for those products; they include the company's first Core i7 chip that will have eight cores and 16 threads. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/9214iF6EDA66ED1A32918.jpg[/img] [i]Intel's upcoming "Devil's Canyon" processor.[/i] [url=http://www.neowin.net/news/intel-announces-its-first-i7-8-core-extreme-edition-processor]Full Article[/url]
Blame me for possibly be paranoid but did any of the Windows 10 users here get a Microsoft mail asking you to install Onenote by clicking on a link?? Sample screenshots below ( nevermind the lingo that's because i'm using a Dutch OS ) [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/23288iB4402B5F5DF993A4.jpg[/img] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/23289iE7FAAF9D0842029B.jpg[/img] Looks quite legit ( a bit too legit to me :@ ) The one thing that ticks me off is they send you to a link while you can get it from the app store...
[url=/people/stan/]Stan Schroeder[/url] Jan 14, 2013[url=/category/samsung/]Samsung[/url] has sold more than 100 million [url=/category/galaxy-s/]Galaxy S[/url] devices, the company has announced. Samsung reached this milestone in 2 years and 7 months after the launch of the original Samsung Galaxy S back in May 2010. [img]http://rack.3.mshcdn.com/media/ZgkyMDEzLzAxLzE0LzA5L1NjcmVlblNob3QyLmEwZWJkLnBuZwpwCXRodW1iCTk1MHg1MzQjCmUJanBn/2ec6bfab/6f5/Screen-Shot-2013-01-14-at-9.06.23-AM.jpg[/img] [b] [/b] [b][url=http://mashable.com/2013/01/14/samsung-100-million-galaxy-s-devices/]Full Article[/url][/b] [b] [/b] [b][i]TH[/i] [/b]
My Dell is only a few months and already I am having video and slow connection problems.When I stream Fox or NBC, the video freezes completely at times requiring a restart. I have TWC and my speed varies from 4mbps to 54mbps??? WTF!!!
[b]Comment:[/b] [b]In this article Microsoft would like us to forget Windows 8 and move on.[/b] By [url=http://www.computerworld.com/s/author/9000163/Gregg+Keizer]Gregg Keizer[/url]July 25, 2014 11:07 AM ET Computerworld - As talk of the next Windows begins to build and some details of what most are calling for now either Windows 9 or Threshold come into focus, it's worthwhile to take a moment to remember Windows 8. Because Microsoft will want everyone to forget it. And we will. Unless the Redmond, Wash. technology company radically changes its habits, it will throw Windows 8 down a memory hole even before the successor ships. Just like it made Vista persona non grata in its official messaging in 2009, it will shove Windows 8 so far into the background that we'll need the Hubble telescope to find it. [b]ComputerWorld/ Full Read Here/ [url=http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9249971/Microsoft_wants_you_to_forget_Windows_8]http://www.computerworld.com/s/
I think we have to work harder here to keep the members happy, I have just seen this on the Home Page: [h2][b][i]Did You Know?[/i][/b][/h2][b][i]Webroot provides the best support in the industry, bar none. We have a 95 percent customer satisfaction score.[/i][/b] Only 95%, we are down by 5% somewhere.
Good morning, beauitful community! I was searching around for a more efficient way to take notes for class. I most likely need a slightly more sophisticated option, as my notes will be lengthy (I am willing to accomodate a reasonable price in this case). I would need features such as the ability to organize and store notes, add written annotations, and needs to be compatable with a Windows 10 PC. I really trust your product knowledge, and didn't want to risk trial and error, when I could go to experts for advice! I am not sure this question should have been in "Techie". Please move it if not, and my apologies. Thank you so much, everyone :) <3 ! ~Tamela
[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/1750i0C6643B273C89C45.gif[/img]Recently, two applications designed with malicious intent were discovered within the Google Play application store. The apps were built with a façade of being utility cleaners designed to help optimize Android-powered phones, but in reality, both apps had code built in designed to copy private files, including photos, and submit them to remote servers. The applications, named SuperClean and DroidClean, did not stop there. Researchers also found that the malware was able to AutoRun on Windows PC devices when the phones were paired, and infect the main computer. The malware was designed to record audio through the computer’s microphone. AutoRun has often been used as a method of infection, and Microsoft has since sent a security fix out to Windows XP/Vista/7 in order to disable the exploitable element. In some cases, however, the feature might have been re-enabled by the user for conven
Hey everyone! I have a gigabit router and download speeds of 100Mbps (on a wired connection). I have a desktop that is 50 feet to the left and then one story higher than the router. I know I can't expect a full 100 down speed without being directly wired to the router, but which of these would give me a faster speed? The powerline adapter where one is plugged into the wall and router, and the second one is plugged into the wall and computer; or just a USB wireless N adapter? Thanks :D Shran
Regards, I got problems with browsers,when I start Youtube on any browser no matter if its Mozilla,Google Chrome,Opera,Saffari,after 15 minutes of watching videos on Youtube my browser blocked and I can t load any other page ,he start to load but he never finish and never load page,I changed modem because old one is finished,I uninstall Mozzila,Opera,I clean my PC from viruses but I still got same problem,I can work on Safari if I don t load Youtube but when I use Youube after 15 minutes he block Youtube and I can t load any other page. What should I do can anyone help,are anybody got same problem:mansad:
Microsoft is pulling the plug on MSN TV, a service formerly known as WebTV, as Apple ramps up its set-top box efforts. The pioneering service, one of the first to offer Internet access via television sets, will shut down September 30, Microsoft revealed in an e-mail to subscribers and an [url=http://www.msntv.com/msntv2/ClosureFAQ.asp]FAQ posted to its Web site[/url]. WebTV, which was founded by Web entrepreneur Steve Perlman in 1996, was [url=http://news.cnet.com/Microsoft-WebTV-deal-cleared/2100-1033_3-202038.html]acquired by Microsoft for $425 million[/url] in 1997. WebTV offered television-based e-mail and Web browsing via wireless keyboards but struggled to gain traction with consumers. Microsoft rebranded the service as MSN TV in 2001 to accelerate integration with products such as MSN Messenger and MSN Hotmail. The software giant even offered the interactive service for free to new MSN online service, but it has largely taken a backseat to the company's focus on the&
Posted by [url=http://news.thewindowsclub.com/author/vasudev/]VasudevG@TWC[/url] with Tags [url=http://news.thewindowsclub.com/tag/edge/]Edge[/url], [url=http://news.thewindowsclub.com/tag/insider-preview/]Insider Preview[/url], [url=http://news.thewindowsclub.com/tag/windows-10/]Windows 10[/url] Again, a further artcile abouit the development of Edge and something that many Community members have been asking about for a while now. We are not there yet but this would seem to indicate some light on the horizon in this area. [img]http://news.thewindowsclubco.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Edge-extensions-400x354.png[/img] [i]"Microsoft has made available first set of extensions for Microsoft Edge for Preview. This has been made available to Windows Insiders. Since the Microsoft Edge project started, Microsoft roadmap included extensions so as to bring many new and interesting features for the customers. This will also support the vibrant deve
[list] [*]Samsung and Apple both believed to be experimenting with 'flexible glass' [*]Projects expected to produce screen that can be rolled or folded up when not in use[/list]It could be the next big revolution in electronics - gadgets you can simply fold up to put in your pocket. Read here [url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2309270/Will-iPhone-fold-Manufacturers-set-reveal-bendable-gadgets.html]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2309270/Will-iPhone-fold-Manufacturers-set-reveal-bendable-gadgets.html[/url]
Howdy Folks! I'm one of the Chat Advocates, and I'm just reaching out, to talk to the real folks using Webroot. I'd love to know what you most favorite thing about Webroot is. Mine, the Lightning Fast scans, I can even use while working/playing or surfing the web! (Yes, I love tons of other things, as well, but I love saving time!) Let's get this ball rolling!
Following on from this topic [url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Techie/Opening-an-Internet-time-capsule-Internet-in-a-Box-for-Win95/m-p/161175#M6257]Opening an Internet time capsule—Internet in a Box for Win95[/url] it would be interesting to see what if anything our members could turn up such as old operating systems in disc/floppy disc form or any old programs. Computers have not been around in the public domain for too many years BUT they have exploded onto the market and improved at such an incredible pace the old programs we have all loved all too soon get superceded by new ones so what have you all got laid around? Regards JtR
Given by [b]George Anderson, Director, Product Marketing, Webroot[/b] [b]In 2014 we’ve already seen about 35% of the new malware ever seen! In this webinar you’ll learn what has created this perfect storm of new malware? What sort of malware it is? What it’s doing? And where Webroot believe this is going in the next 12 months into 2015.They say knowledge is power this webinar will give you the understanding to go with it and help you defend your organization.[/b] [url=https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8241/132751?utm_campaign=user_weekly_my_brighttalk&utm_medium=email&utm_source=brighttalk-transact&utm_content=title]https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8241/132751?utm_campaign=user_weekly_my_brighttalk&utm_medium=email&utm_source=brighttalk-transact&utm_content=title[/url] Daniel ;)
Apart from grounding your kids or having the awkward “we need to talk” talk, there are some serious risks for kids who are connected all the time. The truth is, even if parents trust that their kids are making the right decisions online, threats such as online predators, inappropriate content, and cyberbullies are real. The Internet safety for children advocacy group, [i]ikeepsafe.org[/i], brings to light three main risks associated with all connected technology: [b]Inappropriate Contact[/b],[b] Content[/b], and [b]Conduct[/b] (the 3 C’s). [b]Inappropriate contact[/b] occurs when strangers or predators online reach out to kids to establish new relationships or to engage in regular communication. “The Internet is a place to enhance existing relationships, not a place to meet new people,” warns the organization. And it happens more than we would like to think. A recent study done by [url=http://www.redorbit.com/news/technology/2065158/study_examines_online_beha
[b]The upgrade process[/b] The first thing you need to do is downloaded a [url=http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-download]small program from Microsoft[/url] which prepares your Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system for the upgrade. It is a 10 Megabyte file that runs automatically on your computer after you execute it. It requires a restart of the PC so that the changes it made take effect. The device will boot into the current operating system after restart. [img]http://cdn.ghacks.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/upgrade-to-windows10-windows-update.jpg[/img] [list=1] [*]Open Windows Update on the PC now. You can tap on the Windows-key, type Windows Update and hit enter to do so. [*]There you need to click on the check for updates button. It may take a while for the check to complete. [*]In the end, the update to Windows 10 should be displayed which you can run with a click on the install button. [*]As you can see on the screenshot above, the update has a size of 2.8 Gi
Hi, I'm wondering if the Webroot Antivirus scans all of the links/sites that are sometimes listed under UTube videos to check if they're OK to use. I've been searching for a movie but have come across lots of links to other sites that stream the full film on-line, are these sites also checked by Webroot?
In addition to all of the most well-known features like the real-time antivirus protection, the identity protection through the Identity Shield, and the Password Management (Antivirus, Internet Security Plus, and Complete editions) and Backup & Sync (Complete edition) features, there are other useful, often lesser-known features. Even some of the more major features sometimes have useful facets that can go unnoticed. The Webroot Community is full of knowledgeable Webroot users who know all the ins an outs of Webroot SecureAnywhere. In this topic, we'd like to invite the Community to share what you know about some of the lesser-known features. [b]What do you know that others might not be aware of?[/b] I'll get us started. :) [b]Did you know... [/b] WSA has a sandbox? [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/2352iAFC4AD391A325CFF.png[/img] In all three versions of WSA, (Antivirus, In
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