People are thinking that this robot is really fooling Googles Capcha . Its not…. But it is funny. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsF7enQY8uI
Mark Zuckerberg writes heartfelt response to Trump immigration orders http://ow.ly/h798308vCAy
After years of users sticking with the Windows OS that they loved and knew would work. Microsoft underhandedly is going around forcing upgrades on users either over night or even during the middle of the day. We’ve seen numerous upgrades that have failed and caused unrecoverable errors requiring a reinstall and hours of work.
Microsoft sent out a message calming “”We updated the upgrade experience today to help our customers, who previously reserved their upgrade, schedule a time for their upgrade to take place.”
There is a way to block the upgrade by making a registry setting updates to DisableOSUpgrade, but most users don’t know about it until its too late.
Microsoft says that if you don’t love Windows 10 you have 30 days to roll back, but unfortunately the roll back does not work.
One way people are blocking the upgrade is by running Mayfields GWX Control Panel. Thats where you can set the “Windows 10 Upgrade Allowed to make the Registry setting for you. You can also use regedit to manually set the bit as well.
While Windows 10 has shown itself to be a decent OS it will cost Microsoft’s customer approval to plummet.
I admit I hadn’t, so when I came across this article I was intrigued.
By Loz Blain
April 15, 2014
I found Tom Simonite‘s article on new security very interesting, especially in the wake of the Target security breach. Many people are thinking about how to keep their information safe on their own devices. According to his article “Typing in passwords—and worrying about data breaches at online services—could soon occupy less of your time. ” In his article titled CES 2014: A Technological Assault on the Password, he says that “Typing in passwords on tablets and PCs could become a thing of the past.”
Read the full article at MIT Technology Review
According to Kim Komando, Special for USA TODAY it might be best to wait until January to purchase a new laptop. But if you are working on end of the year, that answer may be different. Check with Peter Jobst at Jobst Consulting to get your questions answered.
Follow the link to the full article USA TODAY
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Apple releases OSX 10.9 Mavericks. I love the new naming convention which follow big Waves.
As Apple puts more pressure on Microsoft for the ultimate supremacy of the OS making it Free is a low blow that I hope Microsoft follows. There are a bunch of new features that are making it worth the upgrade.
On multiple screens you will notice the menu bar at the top of all screens so you don’t have to go looking for your Apple icon or running apps. The Activity monitor got some new additions. Now the network usage shows for each application. Pretty cool to see what is eating up your bandwidth ( Dropdox) .
Tabs in finder is useful new addition. Rather than having 20 Finder windows open, now you have one Finder window open and tabs to each folder location. It pretty much like tabs in your browser. Duh! why didn’t I think of that?
icloud keychain has been added so that all of your saved usernames and passwords can be accessed from any of your apple devices. Yeah! less looking for that lost password.
Go check it out for yourself. There are many more interesting features that I’m sure will all come to love and count on.
read more here http://www.apple.com/osx/
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I-Tunes Radio bursting on the scene. According to Paul Sloan “with the arrival of iTunes Radio, which comes out this week with the release of iOS 7, Apple is poised to tackle the streaming music market like no other entrant before it.”
Full Article at CNET.COM
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