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A new interface optimized for Windows 8 makes it easier to get at the interesting new features in Avast 8, which include a file shredder, browser cleaner, and software update tool.
Microsoft offers a choice of a straight ISO file or a setup assistant that can tell you if your current environment is compatible with the new OS.
While formatting a used Mac is always best, you can set one up to be as new as possible without formatting.
In the wake of the latest OS X Trojan, a new one has surfaced that disguises itself as an Adobe Flash Player installer.
The Flashback Trojan is the latest malware attack to target Apple's Mac platform. Here's your guide to what it is, whether you have it, and how to get rid of it.
Apple has updated its XProtect malware scanner to contend with the second revision of the Flashback malware, though this update comes after a bit of a delay.
A new Trojan horse being distributed through pirated software for OS X will try to scam the Bitcoin network and steal personal information.
The criminal malware developers who released a fake Flash installer Trojan for OS X a few weeks ago have revised the program, but oddly this revision is a little easier to detect than the previous one.
The latest malware threat for OS X is a minor and obscure Trojan horse of which new versions have been found recently.
We compare three patch-management utilities that identify applications on your PC for which updates are available: CNET TechTracker, Secunia Personal Software Inspector, and Sumo.