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How to: Uninstall Windows 10
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How to: Uninstall Windows 10
Don't like Microsoft's new OS? Here’s how to go back to the version you had before.
 
10% of Windows 10 devices now run the Creators Update
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10% of Windows 10 devices now run the Creators Update
Sony and ASUS computers have the highest level of adoption after Microsoft and MSI.
 
Twitter revenues drop for the first time
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Twitter revenues drop for the first time
A fall in advertising revenue offsets growing userbase.
Bored cyber-security expert's wizard radar page secures the world 
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Bored cyber-security expert's wizard radar page secures the world

Ten years ago, a bored cyber-security expert named Andy Cuff set up a website on his kitchen table. Today, that website has become the go-to place for all the world's biggest security agencies.
JavaScript spam campaigns on the loose 
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JavaScript spam campaigns on the loose

More than 10,000 instances of malicious JavaScript payloads have been detected in the past two weeks.
21 Facebook Messenger tricks you're (probably) not aware of 
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21 Facebook Messenger tricks you're (probably) not aware of

Become the king of chat and the envy of your friends by levelling-up your Messenger skills.
False positive putsch: Webroot AV cant tell friend from foe  
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False positive putsch: Webroot AV cant tell friend from foe

Webroot security tools started throwing up false positives this week and quarantining critical Windows files.
How to: 21 tips top make the most of the Windows 10 Creators Update 
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How to: 21 tips top make the most of the Windows 10 Creators Update

Dig into the Creators Update and more with these helpful tips and tricks.
Kiwi for Gmail 2.0 arrives on Windows, runs Google services in a desktop app 
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Kiwi for Gmail 2.0 arrives on Windows, runs Google services in a desktop app

Zive, Inc has released Kiwi for Gmail 2.0 for PC users, migrating its popular Mac tool of the same name to the Windows platform.
Locky returns from the dead with new features and an old botnet 
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Locky returns from the dead with new features and an old botnet

News of the death of Locky ransomware has been grossly exaggerated as researchers note its return to the streets, wrapped in a new package.
Windows 10 on ARM devices will arrive at the end of the year 
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Windows 10 on ARM devices will arrive at the end of the year

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip, based on ARM hardware, will feature in Windows 10 devices.
Google Chrome 'might introduce an ad-blocker' 
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Google Chrome 'might introduce an ad-blocker'

Report - Move could help Google rival services such as AdBlock Plus.
Microsoft To-Do is a Wunderlist-like task manager 
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Microsoft To-Do is a Wunderlist-like task manager

Microsoft has unveiled a first public preview of -Do, a simple task manager with apps for Windows 10, iOS and Android.
Power Throttling makes a return to Windows 10 
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Power Throttling makes a return to Windows 10

Latest Preview Build could save up to 11% in power consumption.
Instagram now works offline in a bid for global dominance 
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Instagram now works offline in a bid for global dominance

Offline mode should make the photography app more accessible in the developing world.
Firefox 53 unveils new themes, adds reading time estimate to Reader Mode 
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Firefox 53 unveils new themes, adds reading time estimate to Reader Mode

Mozilla has released Firefox 53.0 for Windows, Mac and Linux, with Firefox for Android 53.0 due imminently.
1.7M Snapchat user details allegedly posted in India 
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1.7M Snapchat user details allegedly posted in India

After alleged comments from Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel appeared in Variety, hackers in India, as yet unidentified, took the disparaging remarks personally and in an apparent act of revenge claimed to have posted personal details of 1.7 million Snapchat users online.
How to: Ten practical steps to protect your online privacy 
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How to: Ten practical steps to protect your online privacy

Patrick Knight explores how to manage your account and passwords effectively, the power of encryption and alternate privacy apps that can secure sensitive data and communication.
Ransomware-as-a-service being sold for $US175 on dark web 
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Ransomware-as-a-service being sold for $US175 on dark web

Researchers from threat intelligence company Recorded Future have said that it is now possible to start your own ransomware outfit for as little as the price of an iPod Nano and some headphones - US$175.
10 super fun apps and games that will kill your time - not your battery 
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10 super fun apps and games that will kill your time - not your battery

It’s all very well being entertained on the go - until you can’t make a call when you arrive.
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