How Microsoft to Issue Security Patches & Other Updates

Microsoft has this time quite a big pile of security patches in its November 2014 Patch Tuesday, which will address almost 60 non-security updates for its Windows OS along with 16 security updates.The software giant released Advance Notification for 16 security bulletins, the most in more than three years, which will be addressed as of tomorrow, 11 November, 2014. Five of the bulletins have been marked as critical, nine are important in severity, while two were labeled moderate.”The updates will patch vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s various software including Internet Explorer (IE), Windows, Office, Exchange Server, SharePoint Server and the .NET framework as well.
Five critical vulnerabilities affect specific versions of Microsoft Windows, including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Server. One of them also affects Internet Explorer versions 7 through 11 as well.Four of the five critical bugs are said to allow remote code execution, meaning that successful hackers could hijack a system and install malicious software’s on the victim’s machine, while the last could allow an attacker to gain administrative privilege on a vulnerable machine.

How “Windows10” Technical Preview watching your every move to get feedback…

Microsoft announced the next version of its Operating system, dubbed Windows 10, providing “Windows 10 Technical Preview” release under its Insider Program in order to collect feedback from users and help shape the final version of the operating system, which is said to be coming sometime in summer 2015. The Technical Preview requires users to register with the Windows which allows users to submit their own feedback about the operating system.

Well, how many of you actually read the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy documents before downloading the Preview release of Windows 10? I guess none of you, because most computer users have a bad habit of ignoring that lengthy paragraphs and simply click I Agree and then next, which is not at all a good way.According to the Privacy Policy the company is collecting things like text inputted into the operating system, the details of any/all files on your system, voice input and program information. Continue reading

How Microsoft Announces new “Windows 10” The next Version of Windows Operating system

When the whole world was waiting for the next generation of Windows  i.e. Windows 9, but skipping right over 9, Microsoft has announced the next version of Windows is Windows 10,on Tuesday at a windows event in San Francisco.The latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, which will be available for everyone next year, brings back the popular Start Menu, which had been removed from Windows 8.Windows 10 will be Microsoft’s single platform for developing apps across all devices, from Smartphones and tablets to desktop PCs. However, Windows 10 will not be a one-size-fits-all operating system and instead will vary a bit from device to device.

Codenamed as Windows Threshold, Windows 10 will come with customizable live tiles in the new Start menu, which will look familiar to Windows 7. Among other features, “Windows 10″ will provide new options for re-sizing windows, multiple desktops, and a convenient task view to switch between them.The resizable tiles will provide users a quick view of notifications from relevant applications, such as details of new emails, Facebook messages, weather forecast updates and more.
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How to Copy Text from an Image

There might be a time you just need to copy the text in that funny Internet meme you found on Facebook or Reddit. The problem is, your browser will not let you highlight and copy the text. Luckily, there are ways to do this, the most reliable of which is a Google Chrome extension called Project Naptha. It’s still in its testing stage, but it will save you time by helping you avoid hand-typing every image text you see. Continue reading

How Microsoft Fixed Patch Update that caused Windows Blue screen of Death

Microsoft today reissued a security update for Windows to the faulty update that previously caused PCs to suffer Blue Screens of Death (BSoD).
The new security update comes almost two weeks after reports emerged that the dodgy update crippled users’ computers with the infamous “Blue Screens of Death.” The company later advised people to uninstall the update, but now it has fixed the issue.
The offending Microsoft patch identified as MS14-045, fixes Windows kernel vulnerabilities in 47 of Microsoft’s systems which the company marked as important, can cause system crashes forcing users to reboot it.

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How to make Banners for website ,presentation and documentaries

Banner Maker : Is software that quickly (and easily!) allows you to create web-based banner ads, web buttons, web headers, animated gifs, logos, image ads and other web graphics. It’s not just for banners. It’s an animated banner ad maker, button maker, and logo maker all in one -and it’s just $39.99 for unlimited banner making. By using a wizard-like interface, Banner Maker Pro allows you to easily create professional looking banners, buttons, and graphics for web pages in just minutes. Continue reading

How to build RSS Feed reader in Windows phone using App Studio

Everyone wants to build his own app for window store and it’s like a dream to build his own app. A developer can easily do that but a non-technical has much difficulties.

Microsoft launched a tool called App Studio which allow non-technical to develop his own app without any programming skills. This article will guide you how to develop your windows phone app using App Studio.
Let’s start building RSS feed for MSDN Blog. Make sure you have a proper RSS feed. Do to link below for RSS Feed of MSDN Blog.

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