What’s new in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update has started to
become available to customers around the world as a free update.
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Apple iOS 14 and WatchOS 7 Boast New Features
How to show full URL in address bar on Chrome
Google Chrome brings back full URL view in the
address bar, and here's how to enable the option.
Apple adds a dedicated biking feature to Maps in
How to buy a TV: everything you need to know to get
a set that's right for you
Don't buy a TV without reading this first
Chrome OS will soon support Microsoft Office and
other legacy Windows apps
Chrome OS continues its evolution on the road to
Jack of All Trades. After Android and then Linux Apps, Google
wants its desktop operating system to support Windows apps.
The Bigger the News, the Bigger the Cyber Threats
Criminals use disasters, wars, and now pandemics as
air cover to focus collective anxiety and fear into highly
targeted, malicious messaging.
HP Chromebook x360 12b review: It's affordable and
The 3:2 aspect-ratio display and solid design make
it a Chromebook fit for work or play.
Who’s Trying to Change My Password? Why It Happens
and What to Do
If your account has not actually been hacked,
there's little anyone can do to find out who's trying to log in as
you. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself from
would-be hackers and phishing scams.
Hacker arrested for stealing, selling PII of 65K
Windows 10 PCs: Why the new key to faster desktop
applications is your GPU
Microsoft is bringing OpenCL and OpenGL support to
DirectX, for both Windows and Windows Subsystem for Linux,
enabling machine learning and data parallel computing in everyday
Apple set to remove thousands of games from Chinese
App Store in license crackdown
The company is taking action on a long-exploited
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iOS 14: Features, release date, how to install the
beta, and everything else you need to know
Here's what Apple has in store for your iPhone this
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus leak reveals massive
battery to take on iPad Pro
The Galaxy Tab S7 Plus will have a monster battery
The first smartphone with a perfect design might be
- The first smartphone with a perfect design
might launch sooner than we thought, a teaser from a Chinese
display maker indicates.
- Visionox posted a short video to
demonstrate under-screen camera tech, claiming it’s the first
company in the world to manufacture such displays.
- These screens would allow vendors to
design the best possible smartphones. Recent reports have claimed
that Samsung is considering an under-screen camera for the Galaxy
Apple adding cycling directions and EV routing to
Maps in iOS 14
With limited cities and partners to start
How To Access The Windows 10 Startup Folder
One vital step you must take now to protect your
online accounts from hackers and scammers
Apple 'App Clips' Are Its Secret On-Ramp to 5G
Apple's App Clips in iOS 14 get developers ready
for a 5G world where cloud and local data start to become
indistinguishable from each other.
App Clips get you the apps you need right when you
How to show full URL in address bar on Firefox
If you want to see the full URL address in Firefox,
you need to configure this setting.
Microsoft kills Mixer, will push users to Facebook
How to send voice tweets on Twitter
Speak your mind in 140 seconds or less
New Microsoft Edge extensions site goes live for
The new site aims to serve up friendlier search and
accessibility features for everyone.
Most Contact-Tracing Apps Fail Basic Security
A survey of 17 Android applications for informing
citizens if they had potential contact with a COVD-19-infected
individual finds few have adopted code-hardening techniques.
Dropbox catches up with a password vault, folder
backup, and a family plan
The new Dropbox services are generally in beta, and
will roll out to paid Dropbox plans later this year.
Can I Move My Old Computer’s Hard Drive to My New
Computer to Transfer Data? My Recommended Approach
You can take the internal hard disk of an old
computer and install it as an additional drive in a new one; or,
consider a more flexible alternative.
Discord modified to steal accounts by new NitroHack
How to use the new Google Drive sharing options
Google has made subtle changes to how you share
files with Drive. Jack Wallen demonstrates the new process.
Apple's iPadOS 14 adds Scribble handwriting
There'll also be universal search, a new sidebar
20 of the Best Free Audiobooks You Need to Listen
Apple, Basecamp reach a détente over Hey app but no
in-app purchase offered
Basecamp sticks to its guns and Apple doesn’t lose
4 big problems Apple’s ARM-based Macs will need to
ARM Macs could rock the boat for professional
creator applications, gaming, AR and more
10 great iPhone apps I use constantly that you’ve
probably never heard of
- Many people think that the introduction of
the original iPhone in 2007 is what turned the smartphone industry
on its head, but the introduction of the App Store a year later
was just as important.
- Each new app you install expands the
capabilities of your smartphone or tablet in any one of countless
- Here, we’ll cover 10 lesser-known iPhone
apps that we love and use all the time.
iPadOS 14 comes with redesigned apps and Universal
Plus, updates to handwriting with Apple Pencil
How To Add New Custom Hotkeys To Windows 10
Update now! Facebook Messenger flaw lets hackers
into your PC
Apple iOS 14 Revamps the Home Screen, Beefs Up
App Library intends to make it easier to find apps
on your home screen, while a Messages upgrade lets you pin
conversations, tag specific people, and more.
Apple just unveiled major upgrades to the iPhone,
its own chips for the Mac, and much more. Here's everything Apple
announced at its biggest event of the year
How to check if PC is compatible with Windows 10
If you want to know whether your device is ready
for the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, then use these steps:
Apple’s iOS 14 will give users the option to
decline app ad tracking
Photoshop Camera tips: 9 ways to master Adobe’s AI
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Windows 10 May 2020 Update biggest problems and
The May 2020 Update for Windows 10 is causing a lot
of headaches for a lot of users, and here's what everyone is
complaining about the most.
Firmware Flaw Allows Attackers to Evade Security on
Some Home Routers
Networking devices sold under at least one major
brand have a firmware vulnerability that allows hackers to take
control of the device, a cybersecurity firm claims.
The AMD Ryzen XT series skimps on bundled coolers
and clock speeds
Only the lowest-end Ryzen 5 3600XT will bundle a
Microsoft Account Recovery Code – What and Why with
Possession of a Microsoft account recovery code is
proof you are the account owner and should be allowed in should
you ever lose account access.
Office 365 now checks docs for known threats before
How to add a drop down list to an Excel cell
Drop down lists can greatly facilitate data entry.
Here's a look at how to use Microsoft Excel's data validation
feature to create handy lists within your worksheets.
Chrome will soon be less of a memory hog in Windows
It's borrowing a cue from Microsoft Edge.
Become an Overnight Netflix Pro: 50+ Tips and
Tricks You Should Know
Whether you’re thinking about getting Netflix or
you’ve been a subscriber for years, we have all the tips and
tricks you’ll need to get the most entertainment for your dollar.
Improve Linux system performance with noatime
Turning off atime is a small but effective way to
improve system performance. Here's what it is and why it matters.
iPhone 12 could be seriously small — see how it
compares to iPhone SE
The iPhone 12's small size has been shown off in a
new iPhone SE comparison video
The first phones that can check your temperature
- Screening for coronavirus symptoms like
fever is a simple solution that authorities can enforce as they
open local economies.
- Fever checks could help with early
detection of potential COVID-19 patients, and limit the spread of
the disease as more people return to some sense of normalcy.
- Infrared thermometers and cameras can help
with temperature screenings, but phones can also be used to detect
this particular COVID-19 sign. The first mobile devices with
built-in IR sensors are already here.
Microsoft Teams now available for personal use as
Microsoft targets friends and families
Microsoft wants Teams for consumers to be seen as
more than just a chat app
How To Use Your PC Computer Or Laptop As A Wireless
Can I Use My Laptop as a Wireless Router?
What you need to know about this must-have security
setting coming to Zoom
'BlueLeaks' Data Dump Exposes 269GB of Files From
Hundreds of Police Departments
A WikiLeaks-like group dumped the information,
which includes internal documents and reports from the FBI and
police departments across the US.
Apple just unveiled the next version of its iPhone
software, iOS 14. Here are the biggest changes coming to your
iPhone this fall.
Microsoft letting users know if Windows 10 version
2004 is blocked
Windows 10 now provides a notification letting you
know if your computer is compatible with the May 2020 Update.
Google adds contextual fact-checking for some image
How to block a number on iPhone and Android
This will help you block spam texts and calls
Windows 10 May 2020 Update causing issues to bubble
up all over
Issues with the Windows 10 May 2020 update range
from annoying printer problems to Fresh Start not showing up on
Employees Say They're Working From Home Without
Security Guidance (these remote workers are working with you and
your personal information)
Working from home is new for many enterprise
employees, yet many say they've received little in the way of new
training or technology to keep them safe.
Money in Excel imports your live banking data into
Money in Excel is Microsoft's challenger to Mint,
Quicken, and other personal-finance apps.
5 Steps to Better Wi-Fi In Your House – Improving
Your Wireless Connection
Wi-Fi has only become more important as more
devices and online activities become essential at home. I'll
review some of the things to investigate as you search for better
Microsoft rolls out new Edge to Windows 7 via
Phishing attacks impersonate QuickBooks invoices
ahead of July 15 tax deadline
Targeting the CEO and others in an organization,
the attacks spotted by cybersecurity firm Darktrace were detected
due to artificial intelligence.
iOS 14 will let you set default apps for email and
iOS 14 lets you ditch Apple Mail and Safari for
The 5 Fastest VPN Services (One Is Even Completely
Build a Kubernetes cluster with the Raspberry Pi
Install Kubernetes on several Raspberry Pis for
your own "private cloud at home" container service.
Google Chrome’s clever new feature will save you a
ton of time
Sharing web pages can be so much easier with this
10 essential iPhone apps every single person should
Fujifilm’s webcam app supports more cameras today
and macOS soon
The X-T200 and X-A7 join the party
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Kim’s privacy how-to: Encrypt your emails and text
Microsoft Launches Money in Excel for Easier
Excel can securely connect to your bank and
automatically import all your transaction information into a
dynamic, smart template, assuming you trust Microsoft to keep your
banking details secure.
A customer is suing Apple for $1 trillion over
claims that the company stole his iPhone after he brought it in
for a repair
- A customer is attempting to
sue Apple for $1 trillion over claims that the company stole his
iPhone after he brought it in for a repair in 2018.
- Raevon Terrell Parker claims
that Apple kept the phone because it had "new features" that were
used to aid in the development of iOS 12.
- Parker's last attempt to sue
Apple was dismissed.
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