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Microsoft's not leaving things up to chance on this one. Effective immediately, XLM macros will be disabled by default in Excel.
In today's edition of "buzzwords Big Tech uses to stir the pot," we're taking a look at "metaverse." What is it? Who knows!
You can overclock just about anything if you really, really want to. But Intel warns that should you do so, you could cook your processor to a crisp.
Microsoft recently discussed a malware strain targeting various Ukrainian institutions. At the same time, Ukrainian officials named who they believe to be the perpetrators of the attack.
Windows Update KB5008212 left Outlook's Search functionality in less than ideal shape. Now the issue is fixed.
Get ready for Skype Insider build 8.80. Now you can have two camera feeds per person, with Microsoft saying more new features are on the way.
Microsoft's HoloLens headsets have all sorts of medical uses. For example, a care home in Cumbria uses them to avoid unnecessary medical complications during the pandemic.
A recent Windows cumulative update release led to VPN issues. Now, Redmond's on the case and issuing a fresh fix.
It's no secret that more Xbox and PlayStation console exclusives are finding their way to PC than ever before. The only question is: Who's next?
The semiconductor industry needs all the help it can get at the moment, and Intel's pushing hard to be the cavalry.
Another month, another round of Steam Hardware & Software Survey results. December 2021 was particularly fruitful for Windows 11.
Those in the Beta and Release Preview Channels are getting a Friday treat from Microsoft: A new Windows 11 build.
Microsoft Launcher (beta) just hit version 6.211203.0.1025841. It packs a banner, a little bit of expanded widget support, and bug fixes.
Two big industry players are about to give a lot of people jobs if a new report is accurate. Over 10,000 new staff might join TSMC and MediaTek over the course of 2022.
One German state is tired of Redmond-based software, so it's turning to Tux the penguin for assistance. This isn't the first time part of Germany's considered such a plan.
The high-level app platform's OS has a new version on the way. Expect it to hit on January 26, 2022.
With a maximum of $44 billion on the table for 2022's expenditures, TSMC is ready for manufacture. Forget turtles; it's chips all the way down.
Sometimes, Patch Tuesday causes new problems amid its efforts to fix existing ones. January's PT was one such case.