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A new look of Microsoft Office for Windows 11 and Windows 10

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A new look of Microsoft Office for Windows 11 and Windows 10 Microsoft has recently announced Windows 11. The company has also introduced a new UI design in Microsoft Office apps. These sophisticated Office apps can now be experienced by Windows Insider members (beta testers). By the end of 2021, office apps with more sophisticated designs will be available to the general user. Office apps with a new user interface design are currently available for Insider running 2108 Build 14301.20004 or later.

Problems of computer crashing after a new windows update, how to fix?

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Problems of computer crashing after a new windows update, how to fix?  The infamous 'Blue Screen of Death' error has started appearing on computers after the latest update in Windows. After the new update, there is a problem when computers connect to the printer. Due to Windows's latest Automatic Security Update (KB5000802) package in March, Windows Ten has completely crashed with error codes. It looks like 'APC_INDEX_MISMATCH for win32kfull.sys'. One user said, ‘Printing through the Kyocera Universal Print Driver caused a blue screen to appear after this update.’ Many other users have had similar problems. Windows Ten crashes when users try to print through a Notepad, Microsoft Office app, or another app. This type of problem is also seen in other printer brands including Kyocera, Rico, and Zebra. Users have started reporting this kind of problem even on Reddit. The company’s support page reads, ‘After installing this update, you may get an‘ APC_INDEX_MISMATCH ’err

The era of Windows 7 is over, upgrade to Windows Ten for free

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The era of Windows 7 is over, upgrade to Windows Ten for free Microsoft has just shut down Windows 7. Windows 7, which went public ten years ago in October 2009, is now dead. It is said that Windows 7 was a solid operating system, with millions of computers still running on it. What if you are still running Windows 7 on your device? So you can still run the computer on this operating system. But from a security standpoint, this is not going to be good. Because Microsoft will no longer bring any security updates and fixes for Windows Seven. Because of this, your computer will always be at risk. But Microsoft is still offering users a free upgrade to Windows Ten. The company has removed its special upgrade offer site but has activated Windows Ten's license for users upgrading to Windows 7 and 8.1. If your laptop or PC supports the minimum requirements of Windows Ten, it is possible to upgrade it from Microsoft's site. But upgrading from Windows 7 to Ten can erase your apps and se

A new bug has been found in Windows 10, threatening to take control of a computer as an admin

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A new bug has been found in Windows Ten, threatening to take control of a computer as an admin Microsoft has confirmed that a 'Zero Day' security vulnerability that is not patched on the Windows operating system is being affected from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Microsoft's Project Zero team was the first to inform Microsoft about the vulnerability. The Dedicated Group of Leading Vulnerability Hunters discovered the Zero Day Security Bug. The team warned that hackers were targeting Vulnerability, giving Microsoft seven days to fix the bug or exposing it. According to Forbes, Google has revealed the Zero-Day Vulnerability after Microsoft failed to provide security patches during the period. Which is tracked as CVE-2020-17087. The bug is located inside the Windows Kernel cryptography driver, called CNG.sys. This gives hackers as much power as accessing a Windows machine. Its full technical details can be found in Google Project Zero Disclosure. But in general, it is a memory buf

Here's how to monitor CPU temperature on Windows and Mac computers

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Here's how to monitor CPU temperature on Windows and Mac computers Is your computer too hot? If so, don't take it lightly. This can damage the performance of the computer. Temperature can also shorten the life of a computer. If you use it on your bare lap, it can burn your skin and cause other problems. Most computers do not have a built-in temperature monitoring tool. If your computer does not have such a tool, you may need to download some software to monitor the temperature of the CPU. In the meantime, I have presented the relevant article presented by PC Mag here. Core Temp: CPU Temperature Monitoring for Windows There are dozens of temperature monitoring programs on the market. If you use a computer with a Windows operating system, it is better to use Core Temp. It can also be installed and is also available in standalone EXE format. It provides ample information about the state of the CPU. It also allows you to monitor the temperature from the Windows taskbar. First, down