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Trying Windows 11 “Government Edition”

At first glance, the idea of a government-specific version of an operating system might seem peculiar. Why would a government need its own version? The answer, as with many things in the realm of geopolitics, is layered and complex. Antivirus programs, by their very nature, collect signatures of new files they encounter. This automatic sample […]

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Discover the Simplest Way to Debloat Windows 11 with Tiny11 Builder Tutorial

In this tutorial video, see how to use Tiny11 builder which is one of the easiest methods to debloat Windows 11! Windows stands as a colossus, powering countless machines with its complex and feature-rich environment. Yet, within this behemoth lies a desire for simplicity, a yearning for the bare essentials that cater to specific needs […]

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Windows 11 Not as Popular as Windows 10 Still

This video from TechLinked covers the abysmal uptake of Windows 11 and some of the reasons why. As for me, I finally have succumbed to FOMO and I’m running Windows 11 on two machines. WSL is implemented better in Windows 11 and, for me, that was reason enough to like it. Either that or Stockholm […]

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Security

This Malware Will Hijack Your Bank Account And Gmail

This video is from Ken Harris. Cookie hijacking (aka session hijacking) is becoming a much more common piece of malware. It spreads easily with some good social engineering and you can lose access to your accounts this way.

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Introduction to Windows Copilot

This video is from Microsoft ExpertZone North America. Explore the incredible capabilities of Microsoft Copilot AI, a cutting-edge tool designed to be your virtual assistant, enhancing tasks and collaboration. We break down the advantages, address common AI concerns, and emphasize Copilot’s role as your partner, not a replacement. Discover how it improves productivity, ensures quality, […]

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The Mind Behind Windows: Dave Cutler Interview

This video is from Dave’s Garage. Dave Cutler is a seminal figure in computer science, renowned for his contributions to operating systems. Born in 1942, he played pivotal roles in the development of several OSes, most notably VMS for Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) and Windows NT for Microsoft. Cutler’s design principles emphasize performance, reliability, and […]

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Why The End of WINDOWS 10 Could Be a Huge Problem

Windows 10 has officially entered the final stage of its life cycle, and now that the end of the road is on the horizon, the community is becoming increasingly vocal about legitimate concerns. Given the current state of affairs, all the signs seem to be pointing in one undesirable direction. Should Microsoft stick to its […]

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Was there ever a NSA Backdoor in Windows? This and more from the guy who created Windows Task Manager!

David Bombal gets some great stories and advice from Dave Plummer – the original creator of task manager and other interesting software like unzip on Microsoft Windows. Did the NSA have a backdoor in Microsoft Windows? Should you learn Rust or GoLang? Learn from someone who has years of development experience!

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How Does the NT4 Task Manager Handles 32 Cores: Will it Choke?

This video is from Dave’s Garage. What happens if you run the Windows NT 4 Task Manager on a modern system with 32 cores and 128GB of RAM? Can the old Task Manager kill the new Task Manager? Dave puts it to the test! For information on my book, “Secrets of the Autistic Millionaire”: https://amzn.to/3diQILq

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