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After announcing in 2013 that it would provide support for Chrome on Windows XP through “at least April 2015,” Google this week clarified its commitment, pledging to support the browser on the aging operating system through the end of the year.
Apple now blocks users from running Adobe Flash Player if their version is out of date or has known security vulnerabilities. While most Mac users will do well to heed Apple’s warning, those who need to run older versions of Flash and are willing to accept the risks of doing so can manually circumvent Apple’s Flash block in OS X. Here’s how to do it.
Despite continued improvements in spam detection and filtering, spam email is almost unavoidable these days, and while you likely won’t ever be able to stop it completely, there are steps you can take to minimize it. One of those steps is disabling remote images and content in the OS X Apple Mail app. Here’s why and how to do it.
Private Browsing in iOS is a useful and important feature, but things have changed quite a bit in iOS 7 and iOS 8. We’ll show you how to enable Private Browsing in Apple’s latest mobile operating system.
In the aftermath of this week’s high profile celebrity photo leak, Apple has issued a statement claiming that any of the photos stolen from victims’ iCloud accounts were the result of a “very targeted attack” and not part of a broader security hole or breach.
All modern versions of Windows include a built-in Administrator account with unparalleled access to your PC. Although these accounts are disabled by default, they represent a potential security risk because hackers and malware know their default name. But if you change the name of your built-in Administrator account, you can slightly increase your PC’s security. Here’s how to do it.
All Windows users should have a strong account password, but not everyone necessarily needs to require a password in order to log-in to their PC. Here’s how you can bypass the Windows 8 password screen while still maintaining your account password.
User Account Control in Windows limits the ability of applications to access critical parts of Windows without administrator privileges. Users can always set an app to run as administrator as needed, but for those who frequently run apps that require this setting, here’s how to always have an app run as administrator by default.
Apple is introducing a new level of user security and privacy in iOS 8 with a new setting that allows apps to access user location information only when they are active. Third party apps will have to be updated to support the new feature, and users may have to tolerate a lot of pop-ups in order to confirm their settings for each app.