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Linux mint 19 tara mate beta release   

Linux Mint 19 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2023. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use.

New features:

This new version of Linux Mint contains many improvements.

For an overview of the new features please visit:

"What's new in Linux Mint 19 MATE".

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Published on June 5, 2018 by Paul Illingworth  --  Revised on June 9, 2018
Ios 12: everything you need to know about apple's new iphone software   

Apple is going to dramatically change your iPhone. Even if it's old.

The company announced iOS 12, the new version of its operating software for iPhone and iPads. And while it did not include some of the dramatic features found in previous updates, it did include at least two profound changes.

And as well as those, it introduced a raft of fun and meaningful new changes, designed to make the iPhone more fun. They include changes to animoji and new features to improve the phone's augmented reality tools.

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Published on June 5, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Steam SHOCK: Hackers could have taken control of YOUR PC thanks to this vulnerability   

Steam fans are being warned about a vulnerability that experts say has existed for 10 years.

Cyber security experts have put Steam users on alert about the remote code execution vulnerability.

Context Information Security said this backdoor affected all 15 million active Steam clients.

In a blog post online, the cyber security firm said the vulnerability allowed hackers to carry out remote code execution attacks.

Leveraging this, it was possible for hackers to control a victim's machine.

Writing online Tom Court, a senior researcher for Context, said: "This was a very simple bug, made relatively straightforward to exploit due to a lack of modern exploit protections."

He added: "The fact that such a simple bug with such serious consequences has existed in such a popular software platform for so many years may be surprising to find in 2018 and should serve as encouragement to all

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Published on June 4, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
No Kernel 5.0! Linus Torvalds Prefers Releasing it as Kernel 4.17   

Linus Torvalds has announced the release of Linux Kernel 4.17. Take a look at main new features in the latest kernel release.

A new Linux Kernel has been released today and unlike the expectations, it is not called Kernel 5.0.

On Linux's Kernel Mailing list webpage, Linus Torvalds describes why he didn't prefer to term this release as the Linux Kernel 5.0:

"No, I didn't call it 5.0, even though all the git object count numerology was in place for that. It will happen in the not _too_distant future, and I'm told all the release scripts on kernel.org are ready for it, but I didn't feel there was any real reason for it. I suspect that around 4.20 which is I run out of fingers and toes to keep track of minor releases, and thus start getting mightily confused I'll switch over. That was what happened for 4.0, after all."

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Published on June 4, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Lightweight Distribution Linux Lite 4.0 Released With Brand New Look   

Ubuntu based lightweight Linux distribution Linux Lite 4.0 has been released. Check out the fresh look and new features in the latest release.

Linux Lite, one of the top lightweight Linux distributions, has released its latest major version 4.0. Based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Linux Lite 4.0 has a fresh new look and a couple of new applications.

If you didn't know already, Linux Lite is an Ubuntu-based distribution and it uses Xfce desktop along with a bunch of lightweight applications to target older devices with low hardware specification.

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Published on June 1, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Microsoft Office diagnostic info- tell them a little or a lot but always tell Microsoft   

The latest early release of Office for Windows/Mac gives you 'choices' for sharing diagnostic information about Office.  You can choose to send Microsoft a lot of information or just a little data but you can't refuse completely.

There are legitimate questions about what information is being sent to Microsoft and how it's being used. That includes being combined with other data to discover more about individual companies or individuals.

The corporate culture at Microsoft has always been arrogant and assured of its own righteousness.  These 'choices' are just the latest example of it.

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Published on May 30, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Android warning - these phones come loaded with malware out the box, are you affected?   

users have been put on alert after malware was found pre-installed on hundreds of phones straight out of the box.

The adware, dubbed Cosiloon, was discovered by researchers from cybersecurity firm Avast.

Security experts said the malware was found on hundreds of Android phones with owners in the UK, US, Germany, Italy and Russia among those affected.

The adware creates an overlay to display an annoying advert over a webpage within the users' browser.

Thousands of smartphone owners are affected - in the past month alone Avast discovered the Cosiloon adware on around 18,000 devices.

Avast reported the findings of their research to Google who have "taken steps to mitigate the malicious capabilities of many app variants on several device models, using internally developed techniques."

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Published on May 27, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
How to protect your Twitter account following major security gaffe   

Twitter has admitted a bug in its system caused all 330m of its users' passwords to appear in plain text, free from the protection provided by encryption.

The social media site alerted its users to the error on Thursday evening, saying the bug had been fixed and an investigation had returned no evidence of a breach or that the data had been misused.

However, Parag Agrawal, Twitter's chief technology officer, urged everyone to change their passwords out of an "abundance of caution."

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2wilSQO

Published on May 4, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Top 10 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop   

So you've successfully installed Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and hoping what do to next? Yes, you can always browse on the new features introduced in the 18.04 LTS, the Bionic Beaver. But let's not hurry up, let us list out the top 10 things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.04,

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Published on April 29, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is Finally Released. Download Now!   

Brief: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver has been finally released. Here is a quick recap of new features and the download links for Ubuntu 18.04.

The wait is over. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is finally available to download. 

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2HW8giu

Published on April 26, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
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