Patch Tuesday (a.k.a. Update Tuesday) is an unofficial term used to refer to when Microsoft regularly releases security patches for its software products. It is widely referred to in this way by the industry. Microsoft formalized Patch Tuesday in October 2003.
We cover these updates as they happen: let us do the testing first, read up our reports and get ready to update!
When a new cyber threat is detected, security specialists jump into the action trying to develop the antidote or at least some means to help […]
Microsoft recently rolled out two new patches aimed at fixing the boot up bugs triggered by the latest Meltdown & Spectre updates. More precisely, Windows […]
Monitors, otherwise VDUs (Visual Display Units), can get outdated pretty quickly. So if your desktop is getting a little outdated, the VDU that came with […]