All good things must come to an end, even Windows 7. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7. But you can keep the good times rolling by moving to Windows 10. Moving to Windows 10...
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We invite you to join us at The Waverley on Sunday the 16th of September where we will be supporting Pixels Against Cancer in aid of Cancer Research UK. There will be fantastic prizes to be won from our friends at Gigabyte and Cooler Master! The event will...
We Now Offer Secure Data Destruction As identity fraud attacks become more widespread and more sophisticated, it is imperative that businesses and organisations ensure that secure data destruction processes are in place prior to the disposal and recycling of...
Both Meltdown and Spectre allow low-privilege users who execute code on your system to read sensitive information from memory via Speculative Execution. The difference is that Meltdown takes advantage of a specific Intel privilege escalation issue to do this, while Spectre uses the combination of Speculative Execution and Branch Prediction. Both issues can be addressed with software patches, but this is more effective for Meltdown than Spectre.
A video demonstrating the clear speed benefits of a SSD vs HDD The SSD Laptop shown is a Lenovo V110 15VSK - https://goo.gl/jLyNBq Like a memory stick, there are no moving parts to an SSD. A hard disk drive uses a mechanical arm with a read/write head to...