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Microsoft have announced that there will be no further support for any of the applications within the 2007 version of their Office suite. This means this version of the software will no longer be patched, therefore leaving anyone running it on their machines vulnerable to attack.

Microsoft have recently announced that they will be releasing a new version of their ubiquitous Office suite. The various versions will include some or all of the usual suspects - Word, Excel, Powerpoint et al. This release is targeted at those individuals and businesses that use the package but haven't signed up to Microsoft's 365 subscription service.

One common problem we deal with is the fallout from a Windows update resetting and removing people’s default apps. PDFs opening in Edge rather than Adobe Reader is a frequent offender. We thought a quick guide on how to get them back to just the way you like them, could be just the ticket.

We're now only a few weeks away from the launch of the next big Windows 10 update. This update is being called, somewhat confusingly, the "Creators" update. This is also what they called the last update in April. This is to draw attention to the fact that the new features are also targeted at content creators.

Last week saw the launch of the 8th major version of Google's Android operating system (codenamed "Oreo"). Android recently overtook Windows as the most popular operating system, so news of a new version should be a major event. However phone operators are often very reluctant to push out the latest version of the operating system, preferring instead that you buy a brand new phone.

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