Google reveals a vulnerability in Windows 10 S because Microsoft is running out of time to fix it

Google reveals a vulnerability in Windows 10 S because Microsoft is running out of time to fix it

Google has published a zero-day exploit in Windows 10 S , the version of Windows that Microsoft has tried to sell as “ultra secure” in large part because it does not accept apps facilities outside of the company’s official store.

Although the failure is of average severity, it was found on Windows 10 systems that use Device Guard , a function that just restricts the operating system to execute only code that is signed by trusted signers, and which is supposed to make everything more secure .

Microsoft offers free courses on photo editing and game development if you are a Windows 10 Insider

Microsoft offers free courses on photo editing and game development if you are a Windows 10 Insider

Microsoft already begins to make custom its offer of free courses in Linkedin Learning for a limited time. With the launch of Windows 10 build 17074, four new courses have been offered to Insider program members.

These courses can be taken by anyone who enrolls in the Microsoft beta testers program and has their associated LinkedIn account. The courses remain open for free until February 18, 2018.

Microsoft says that Windows 10 has many more installations than Windows 7

Microsoft says that Windows 10 has many more installations than Windows 7

According to the statistics of two of the most important firms when it comes to measuring the use of systems, Windows 10 has not yet managed to exceed Windows 7 in market share. In NetMarketShare Windows 7 is much higher than Windows 10 in percentage, and according to the StatCounter data, Windows 7 is the version of the system that dominates, although by a minimum percentage.

Microsoft removes the Windows command prompt

Microsoft removes the Windows command prompt

It was the year 1992, I was eight years old and had just given me a computer. Amstrad PC specifically a 5286 HD technology virtually tip for the time I had the particularity to include a hard drive and be able to read diskettes high density, accommodating up to 1.44 MB. It also meant my first contact with an operating system, to be exact MS-DOS 3.30. As they report in Computerworld soon all this will be little more than memories.

Leave this digital grandmother to finish telling his story. In those years I wanted a Amiga 1200, mainly by the video game catalog of those machines – remember that I was only 8 years old. What I can say is that the person who gave it to me someone commented with a very good opinion that the PCs and MS-DOS were the future. Needless to say, he was right.

Windows 10 will add a section of e-books to its application store in the Creatos Update

Windows 10 will add a section of e-books to its application store in the Creatos Update

Currently, the native application store of Windows 10 includes games, applications, music and movies, and in the next Creators Update we also know that it will also begin to include themes for Windows itself. But that’s not all, because according to some filtered images collected by MSPoweruser, it seems that there will also be e-books.

The new section was discovered in a latest build Insider Preview for Windows 10 Mobile. With it, Microsoft’s eBook strategy is starting to make sense, especially since in the latest updates of the Windows Insider program, the Microsoft Edge browser had added support for the EPUB format.