Category: Windows

Leaving Windows for Linux on my Primary System

Fedora

Few outside the technology business may be fully aware that Windows 10 arrives in the context of a major strategy shift at Microsoft. Feeling the heat from Google, Apple, and others, Microsoft needs to mutate and evolve its business models

Posted in Linux, Privacy, Windows

Process Explorer 16.0 Adds VirusTotal Integration

procexp

Author Mark Russinovich just dropped version 16.0 of Sysinternals procexp, an indispensable utility that displays a tree view of every process on a Windows system along with its resource consumption. Procexp’s visual representation of the activity on a system is

Posted in Host Security, Performance, Windows

Windows XP End Of Support Life Coming Soon

XP EOSL

As a reminder, Windows XP will officially reach EOSL (End Of Support Life) on April 8, 2014, a milestone in the making for over a decade, finally coming up a little over eight months from now. On this date, Microsoft

Posted in Windows

Recommended Practices for Browser Security and Privacy

Block Third Party Cookies

Historically, advertisements were limited to operating in one direction: from your newspaper, radio, or television screen to you. Enter the full duplex, bidirectional intertubes, and now advertisers have a slew of lucrative new methods to target the awful nuisance of

Posted in Privacy, Windows
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