The South Korean Netflix series, Squid Game, has taken the world by storm in recent weeks to become the streamingRead more
Since the pandemic started, we’ve seen a major change in the behaviour of gamers, live streamers, and live stream viewers.Read more
Scams are not going away anytime soon, with 213,000 reports received so far this year. This week is Scams Awareness Week with this year’s theme: Let’s talk scams. To remain vigilant, ensure you know what scams are. Scams can be classified as fraudulent attempts at tricking you in to handing over personal and financial information. Cybercriminals execute this in a variety of ways: romance scams, online shopping scams and threat based scams to name a few.Read more
Windows 11 has been released and people are now starting to upgrade to this latest Windows version.
Although Microsoft is saying that Windows 11 is the most secure Windows yet, mostly due to the hard requirement of enabling TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot, it still needs a dedicated antivirus program to secure your data and personal information.Read more
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been spending more time online than ever and sharing our lives more frequently on social media. Privacy is one thing we tend to forget when sharing our lives online, especially when it comes to our kids. In some cases, the personal information you post can end up in the wrong hands and end up on the dark web, or even used by cybercriminals for identity theft.Read more
In a blog post on August 31, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 11 will be available from October 5. The latest version of Microsoft’s operating system features a redesigned UI with a new Start menu, tidy improvements to the Settings and Quick Settings menus, a new practical Snap Groups feature, super interesting Widgets, and lots more! Can’t wait to upgrade? Cool! But first, you need to make sure that your PC is ready for the upgrade.Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven us to spend more time on social media and working and learning from home meansRead more