Update your Shellshock now!

26 September 2014
Update your software, your platform and things that matter your security, your privacy and much more. Or... Read up the full story from mirror.co.uk The first bot apparently designed to exploit the Shellshock bash bug has been discovered, and many more are expected to follow. The first malware apparently designed to exploit the devastating Shellshock vulnerability has been discovered online, and experts think it's the tip of the iceberg. Shellshock is a 25-year-old, but newly discovered flaw in software run on many Linux and Apple Mac computers. The US government has rated the security flaw 10/10 for severity, and given it a complexity rating
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Finally realized: Chromebook can now also run Android applications

16 September 2014
Abstract: Chromebook start to get rid of "useless" role, because there are now finally some Android applications can run on Chrome OS, there are already four applications available. Another good news is that in the App Runtime for Chrome, the applications can run on Chrome OS without developers’ modifying.
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Microsoft’s CEO will visit China by the end of September, or involving anti-monopoly investigation

02 September 2014
According to Reuters, Thursday, Microsoft announced that its CEO Satya Nadella will visit China by the end of September, it will be the first time Nadella visit China since he was appointed as Microsoft CEO. This Nadella's visit is coincided with the Chinese government’s launch of an antitrust investigation against Microsoft occasion, it is unclear now, whether Nadella will meet Chinese government officials or try to solve problems with the State Administration for Industry and Commerce and the Chinese antitrust regulators during his visit. 
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Free antivirus solution does not mean everthing

02 September 2014
Now that you are all malware experts, let us talk about a couple of the most popular free antivirus solutions available for the PC – Avast Free, AVG Free, and Avira Free. As of today, AVG Free still ranks amongst the most popular selections, while Avast Free and Avira Free are still frequently mentioned.AVG, Avira, and Avast free solutions provide basic coverage, but fails to provide the full well-rounded solution that the average consumer should seek. A common feature many free solutions lack is the ability to scan a piece of software like some greyware (e.g., PC Performer),
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How to turn off visual effects?

01 September 2014
If your windows system is working slowly, you can accelerate it by turning off some of its visual effects. It comes down to appearance versus performance. Would you prefer to have Windows run more smoothly or look more beautiful? If your computer is efficient enough, there's no need for you to make this tradeoff, but if your computer is just barely powerful enough for Windows 7 or XP, it can do great help for scaling back on the visual bells and whistles.
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