Month: <span>December 2019</span>

Microsoft has added non-removable ads to its calendar and mail apps In November of 2018, Microsoft experimented with the idea of placing small banner ads in the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar UWP app for Windows 10. They must have been pleased with the outcome of their experiment, because now those non-removable ads are back […]

Intel CPUs released since 2013 are impacted by Zombieload v2 In May of this year, the Zombieload vulnerability, which affects older Intel CPUs, was disclosed to the public. Zombieload now has a second variant that also works against more recent Intel processors. This means that Cascade Lake, Intel’s latest line of high-end CPUs, is also […]

Microsoft has rolled out the Windows 10 November 2019 Update Microsoft has rolled out the Windows 10 November 2019 update. This update is Windows 10 build 18363 and will bring Windows 10 to version 1909. The Windows Update will be sent to your computer for update automatically, but you can also download it manually from […]