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#UpgradeYourWorld with the new Windows Central Ninja Cat T-Rex t-shirt!s (1 day left!)

[Just a reminder, you only have until tomorrow to order one of these and then they will be gone forever!]

To celebrate the launch of Windows 10 we’re launching another limited time only, special edition t-shirt! Ninja Cat is back, this time riding a T-Rex through the Windows 10 logo. As every good T-Rex riding Ninja Cat would.

Around back is what’s become one of the official taglines for Windows 10, #UpgradeYourWorld.

And #UpgradeYourWardrobe!

We’re aiming to sell 729 of these in honor of the 7/29 launch of Windows 10. We’re running the sales through Teespring again, and each one will cost $20 plus delivery to wherever you are. We were blown away by the response to our last t-shirt that we couldn’t leave it too long before we did another one. There’re some different colors to choose from, the one up top is just the option I’m going for!

Update: In the spirit of the #UpgradeYourWorld campaign by Microsoft, part of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to a charity. We’ll follow this up at the end of the tee-shirt campaign!

You can get your very own at the link below!

Grab the Windows Central Ninja Cat T-Rex shirt at Teespring now!

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Mail and Calendar, Microsoft Solitaire Collection, and OneNote updated on Windows 10

Microsoft has updated a few of its Windows 10 apps today, bringing new versions Mail and Calendar, OneNote, and Microsoft Solitaire Collection.

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Google has updated its only app in the Windows Store, Google Search, for Windows 10

Google has only released one app in the Windows Store, and that’s for Google Search. Now that app has been updated in the store with support for Windows 10. It includes a revamped and cleaner user interface that takes on Google’s Material Design ideas.

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How to enable the legendary ‘God Mode’ in Windows 10 for all the settings

If you are a long-time Windows user, you may remember a trick to enable ‘God Mode’. It may sound epic depending on your expectations, but the easiest way to describe the feature is that it gives access to all of the operating system’s control panels from within a single folder.

In fact, its real name is the Windows Master Control Panel shortcut. God Mode was an inside joke, but one that stuck.

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Privacy issues raised: Microsoft Windows 10 can be spying on you

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Microsoft has been a company which has been in the news off late. The company has been making major breakthroughs in the world of software technology and operating systems as the arrival of Windows 10 has changed the future and the decade to come has been all set and sorted by Microsoft. The company has been working in the direction of development of the whole Windows as a single product family, and they have been working on the lines of ‘One Device’ where all their devices will run under just one single interface which will offer a cross platform similarity. The experience that a user obtains while using the PC will be the same as when he will be using a windows based surface pro device, or while using a windows 10 mobile OS based Lumia phone. A similar experience will be observed when one uses the XBOX One with Windows 10 compatibility. Microsoft has managed to convert over 14 million people in just 24 hours with the Windows 10, and has however managed to land in a controversy that has been surrounding the OS, as the windows 10 comes with several privacy concerns to users, and it has been […]

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Windows 10 Mobile will be better at handling network activity for suspended apps

If you’re a Windows Phone developer, there’s a cool change coming in Windows 10 Mobile that will allow you to maintain better network connections when your app is suspended. As detailed by an admin on the WPDev Uservoice page, Windows 10 Mobile will allow an app to transfer its sockets to the OS when suspended.

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Your Windows XP computer is a liability

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

While the death of Windows XP is a surprise to very few, chances are, your place of work is so tight-fisted that they’re still running everything on the creaking OS. Well, you might want to tell your boss (and if you are the boss, pull your finger out already) that Microsoft have not only stopped support for the operating system, but they’ll also stop their free anti-virus software. So basically, you will be using a computer that is just asking for trouble and malfunctions. On Microsoft’s sites, they say that the Malicious Software Removal Tool and updates to Microsoft Security Essentials will stop being a thing after 14th July 2015. Yes. That’s a date that is now gone. If you don’t know, the Malicious Software Removal Tool checks your computer for infections by prevalent malicious software. Normally, it is updated once a month, but as of yesterday, any threats can now waltz their way inside your XP computer and cause bother. And you can guarantee that cyber-crooks will be looking to exploit those who are lazy and have thought ‘it’ll be fine’. That’s what they do. They’re good at it too. Naturally, if you’re running a computer that has XP on […]

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Best new Android, iPhone and Windows Phone games of July 2015

July was a strong month for mobile games: we’ve had some of the most popular gaming titles arrive on more platforms, get sequels, and we witnessed a practically unknown game become the next multiplayer craze. We’re talking about Agar.io, of course, a simple game with hand-drawn graphics (thanks, MS Paint!) and a checkered board as a background, where circles overtake other circles, and all of that happens at a frantic pace. After a few popular YouTubers played the game for a while, it has really picked up, and we’re looking forward to your high scores in the comments right …

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Microsoft employee: Samsung is disabling Windows Security Update feature

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Samsung is allegedly shipping notebooks and laptops with a custom software updater that disables Windows Updates without users consent leaving them unsecured, it has been revealed. Microsoft support engineer, Patrick Barker, was the one who, while analyzing a user’s system registry, discovered that Samsung’s SW Update tool used a program called “Disable_Windowsupdate.exe” to intentionally disable Microsoft’s built in update system for Windows. He found that attempting to re-enable Windows Update didn’t help, as Samsung’s software would simply disable the Microsoft update tool again upon rebooting. Samsung’s software is an OEM updating tool that updates the system’s drivers and keeps third-party utilities (bloatware) installed, while the Windows update in question is responsible for delivering bug fixes, driver updates, program updates and crucial security patches for Microsoft’s operating system. The update’s absence will leave holes discovered in Windows unfixed and as a result the systems would become vulnerable to attack by cyber criminals, viruses and hacking. Barker has documented his discovery in his own blog. “Windows Update remains a critical component of our security commitment to our customers. We do not recommend disabling or modifying Windows Update in any way as this could expose a customer to increased security risks. We are […]

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Seven Cell Phone Apps Your Professor Can Easily Hack—Android, Windows and iOS Users Beware

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Seven Cell Phone Apps Your Professor Can Easily Hack—Android, Windows and iOS Users Beware

Presenting their findings last Friday Aug. 22 at the 23rd annual USENIX Security Symposium held in San Diego, researchers from the University of California, Riverside found that by exploiting weaknesses in cell phone operating systems they were able to hack […]

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