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Automated updates and installations are a good thing, especially given that most users don’t tend to apply updates in a timely fashion. If you are a Windows 10 user, the Windows 11 upgrade will automatically be delivered later this year (assuming your hardware supports it). But what if you are happy with your Windows 10 installation and aren’t ready for the changes Windows 11 brings along? PCWorld revealed that Microsoft will allow you to easily…
We have to do a better job dealing with passwords. TechRepublic posted some results from a password practice survey of over 1,000 professionals conducted by Beyond Identity and it is not a pretty picture. As a summary, almost half of respondents admit to sharing passwords while more than a third write their passwords on paper. The lesson for employers is that one in four still have access to login credentials from previous employment. Password reuse…
Ever want to know how many days there are from a certain date? How about finding out what the 137th day of the year is? You can always ask Google or do some date calculation with Microsoft Excel. How-To Geek has a post with instructions to perform date calculations. The basic principle is to create three columns for the date calculations. In the first column, put in your base date such as a due date…
Many of us use an external USB device to augment our computer storage or as a backup device. Last week, BleepingComputer reported that Western Digital My Book NAS devices were being factory reset with all of the files being deleted. Originally, it was thought that the problem was related to a 2018 vulnerability. Not so fast. Ars Technica posted a more detailed analysis of the “disappearing data” from My Book Live devices. To make matters…