How to Download Voot App for Windows 7

Download Voot App

Reading Time: 7 minutes The “Voot” App for Windows is a very useful piece of software. It will let you scan through your entire hard drive and allow you to delete any of the damaged files that are taking up space on your computer. In order to get this application, you have to be able to use the trial … Read more

Our Absolute Favorite Tablets for Work and Play

Reading Time: 3 minutes Tablets aren’t essential, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t nice to have around. A good tablet can be a portable TV screen around the house and a way to get some light work done away from your desk. Also, with a wealth of apps for drawing, painting, and making music, they’re a great outlet for … Read more

Hackers Got Past Windows Hello by Tricking a Webcam

Reading Time: 6 minutes Biometric authentication is a key piece of the tech industry’s plans to make the world passwordless. But a new method for duping Microsoft’s Windows Hello facial recognition system shows that a little hardware fiddling can trick the system into unlocking when it shouldn’t. Services like Apple’s FaceID have made facial recognition authentication more commonplace in … Read more

Microsoft launches Windows 365 – TechCrunch

Reading Time: 6 minutes Microsoft today launched Windows 365, a service that gives businesses the option to easily let their employees access a Windows 10 desktop from the cloud (with Windows 11 coming once it’s generally available). Think game streaming, but for your desktop. It’ll be available for business users (and only business users), on August 2, 2021. Announced … Read more

Microsoft Keeps Failing to Patch the Critical ‘PrintNightmare’ Bug

Reading Time: 8 minutes An emergency patch Microsoft issued on Tuesday fails to fully fix a critical security vulnerability in all supported versions of Windows that allows attackers to take control of infected systems and run code of their choice, researchers said. Ars Technica This story originally appeared on Ars Technica, a trusted source for technology news, tech policy … Read more

Windows 11’s Security Push Puts Microsoft on a Collision Course

Reading Time: 6 minutes When Microsoft debuted Windows 11 at the end of last week, the company heralded the usual advancements in efficiency and design that come with any new operating system. But Windows 11 also comes with a less welcome tick: stricter-than-usual hardware requirements for which PCs can actually run it. Because of what Microsoft has described as … Read more

How to Get Windows 11’s Best New Features Right Now

Reading Time: 8 minutes Microsoft just announced the first new full version of Windows in years, introducing a new Start menu, translucent windows, and Android apps, among many other changes. It’s not due out until this holiday season (when it will roll out as a free update to Windows 10 owners), but if you just can’t wait, there are … Read more

The first preview of Windows 11 is now available – TechCrunch

Reading Time: 7 minutes Microsoft today released the first preview build of Windows 11 to those in the Dev Channel of the company’s Windows Insider program. If you have joined the Insider program and meet Microsoft’s new — and somewhat complicated — system requirements for the new operating system, you should see the update soon. This first preview includes … Read more

This Week in Apps: Android apps on Windows 11, App Store Search Ads hit China, Apple argues against sideloading – TechCrunch

Reading Time: 31 minutes Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also spent 3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android devices … Read more