Microsoft made multiple attempts to end the free Windows 10 upgrade offer and many users doubt it will ever happen. Microsoft could well mean its most recent announcement and if that were to be the case, say good-bye to your free upgrade on December 31st, 2017. Here is what you can do about it if you happen to use assistive technologies.
Have you lost your Windows 10 Product Key? Here is how you can get it back with just a few easy steps. Anyone can do this. Better still: you can even retrieve the serial numbers you lost track of. Here is how to do it.
Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock… Can you hear the bomb going off in Apple’s shiny new headquarters in Cupertino? Two consecutive iPhone generations are going to flop: the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X. The Christmas quarter is going to be a disaster. Ouch!
Here is what you need to know.
Intel’s former CEO, Paul Otellini, saw the magic of the iPhone unfold in its early days. He wanted Apple’s line-up of mobile devices to run on Intel chips, tried to convince Apple’s legendary co-founder and then-CEO, Steve Jobs and failed. According to Otellini’s own admission, this was his biggest regret. Now this is about to change.
Kaspersky Lab’s newest generation of security software, Kaspersky Internet Security 2018, sports a nifty new feature: support for scanning of encrypted connections, including IMAP/SMTP over SSL between your mail client and your mail servers. While this behavior is mostly desirable, it may occasionally go too far. Kaspersky will intercept your mail connections, inject itself between your mail client and mail server, and use its own certificates to protect the “last mile” of your connectivity. This will cause your mail client to complain about invalid certificates from your mail service providers. The good news is you don’t need to remove the software nor do you need to deactivate scanning of encrypted connections. You can have your cake and eat it too.
Here is how to fix the problem.