While Windows 7 was very well-received by users around the world, Windows 8 was not so much. It had to do with the brand new user interface introduced by Microsoft that threw many off their game, which is why many are looking forward to Windows 10 which will not only offer up new features but hopefully addresses the problems people had with Windows 8.
Unfortunately it seems that not everyone is too thrilled about the upcoming operating system. Intel is one of them. Speaking at the company’s annual shareholder meeting, Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich expressed his doubts about Microsoft’s upcoming operating system, claiming that in the long-run, he doubts that Windows 10 will have a positive impact on the industry. Read full post →Intel Not Overly Optimistic About Windows 10
The idea behind security questions is that it is assumed that these are answers that only you know. Some of it might be personal that no one else knows which is why it makes sense that many online services tend to offer up the feature as a means of logging into an account in the event you forget your password.
However according to a recent study conducted by Google, it turns out that as well-meaning these questions and security methods are, security questions are actually not as secure as many would think they are. According to Google the simple reason behind this is because either the answers to these security questions are too secure or too easy to remember. Read full post →Google: Security Questions Aren’t That Secure