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New Windows Zero-Day Grants Local Admin Access

It seems like there’s a new local zero-day exploit that grants admin privileges on Windows almost every day, and today is no exception. A researcher publically disclosed a vulnerability that lets anyone with standard privileg…

How to Update Drivers on Windows 11

If the hardware devices in your Windows 11 PC—such as USB controllers, video cards, printers, or other peripherals—need new or updated drivers, it’s usually easy to install them. We’ll show you how….

How to Use Classic Screen Savers in Windows 11

If you’re a fan of vintage Windows screensavers and would like to relive the glory days of Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, or XP, it’s easy to install a pack of vintage Microsoft screensavers for free. Here’s how to do it….

How to Use Apple Notes on Windows or Android

Apple Notes syncs between devices for anyone with an Apple ID, which is required to use devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers. Unfortunately, there’s no native app for Windows or Android users, but the web version …

Windows 10’s November 2021 Update Is Here

It’s official: the Windows 10 November 2021 update, codenamed 21H2, has arrived. And while it doesn’t bring very much in the way of new features, some people can still download it to your Windows 10 PC right now….

How to Change DNS Servers on Windows 11

If you’d like to use alternative DNS servers with your Windows 11 machine—perhaps to speed up browsing with a free DNS service, enhance privacy, or simply use something better than what you ISP provides—it’s fairly easy t…
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