What You Need To Know About Windows 10

Many people have asked me about Windows 10. They want to know if they should upgrade, and how they can reconfigure the settings to avoid Win10's notorious privacy issues. Windows 10's default security settings are not conducive to consumer privacy, to put it mildly. (Microsoft isn't alone in this; it's become an increasing problem with modern operating systems.) … Continue reading What You Need To Know About Windows 10

Microsoft Alienates Customers With Forced Windows 10 Upgrades

Microsoft is facing public backlash for automatically upgrading the computers of unsuspecting customers to Windows 10. Since public outcry Microsoft has reversed course, claiming that the forced installations were due to their accidentally making the Windows 10 upgrade checked by default. In theory, this means that there should be no more forced upgrades. But the … Continue reading Microsoft Alienates Customers With Forced Windows 10 Upgrades

How To Protect Your Privacy On Social Media Sites Like Facebook And Twitter

When was the last time you checked the privacy settings on your social media accounts? Once? Twice? Never? If you don't check periodically, you run the risk of having your account hijacked by hackers. Related article: Strong passwords key to social media privacy by Triona Guidry (The Northwest Herald) What do you mean by "social … Continue reading How To Protect Your Privacy On Social Media Sites Like Facebook And Twitter