Windows 10 Version 2004 is here!

At last, the latest version of Windows 10 is available to the masses.  And despite extensive testing of the operating system dating back to last December, many driver related problems are present.  From Bluetooth, GPU, sound cards, and other peripherals, it seems that no type of device is spared from it.

Hey, at least there haven’t been any reports of files mysteriously vanishing so that’s a start! HAHA!  Anyways, check out a more detailed article here from ZDNet.com to get the full scoop.

And if you do decide to bite the bullet and upgrade, let me know how it goes and if its worth the time…

Awesome security reads!

We’ll I have to say that it appears everywhere you look, there’s some type of security hack, breach, or phishing attack occurring especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Lots of sites produce great content and report on the state of cybersecurity all the time but hats off to BleepingComputer.com for staying at the forefront of such threats aimed at us.

Just a few of their latest reads about Office 365 phishing the U.S. Supreme Court and Microsoft Teams, Fake U.S. Treasury emails, and more!  Enjoy!

Kill Bloatware in Windows 10

For those of you always looking for tools to help keep your Windows 10 PC squeaky clean, take a look at SharpApp.  Its goal is to simplify the process of removing unnecessary programs which in turn aim to make your PC more secure while hardening certain privacy settings.

As stated on SharpApp’s GitHub repository:

“SharpApp is a free and portable tool building upon a PowerShell engine and community powered script files for disabling telemetry functions in Windows 10, uninstalling preinstalled apps, installing software packages and automating Windows tasks with integrated PowerShell scripting.”

Lawrence Abrams at BleepingComputer.com has the full post here…Check it out and give SharpApp a try!